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7 easy grab-and-go breakfasts

  • Maple Corn Muffin and Sausage Sandwiches

    Sausage patties, sliced apples, and other goodies stacked on maple-flavored muffins make delicious slider-style breakfast sandwiches.

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  • Morning Glory Muffins

    Apples, pineapple, and raisins give these muffins a fruity sweetness. The kids won't even know there are carrots inside!

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  • Protein-Packed Smoothies

    Fruit, peanut butter, and yogurt come together to make a stick-to-your-ribs breakfast drink. With 10 grams of protein per serving, this smoothie should hold off hunger until lunchtime.

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  • French Toasted Sausage and Pear "Hot Dogs"

    Finally, the kids can have hot dogs for breakfast! Prepare sweet hot dog buns like French toast, and stuff with Provolone cheese, pear slices, and smoked sausage.

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  • Raspberry Croissant Sandwiches

    Turn store-bought croissants into a creamy, fruity breakfast sandwich. Sweetened cream cheese holds everything together, and sliced almonds add a little crunch.

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  • PB&J Smoothies

    Who says smoothies can't take the place of a meal at breakfast? With Greek yogurt, milk, jelly, peanut butter, and banana, these sandwiches-in-a-glass pack a whopping 15 grams of protein per serving.

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  • Strawberry-Cream Cheese Waffle Sandwiches

    Turn a sandwich of whole grain bread, cream cheese, fresh fruit, and granola into a toasty portable breakfast by grilling it in the waffle iron!

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