We all know mornings are difficult. It takes everything we have just to get out of bed and hop in the shower. Sometimes you just find yourself beating the clock and walking out the door without a bite of food. We’ve been there, too. And we’re here to make sure you won’t just settle for a cup of coffee on your way to the office. That’s just a sugar rush that’s going to leave you even more tired and hungry later.

You won’t believe how many breakfast recipes out there as so quick and easy to make – you can probably make it while waiting for your Uber or while you’re waiting for your moisturizer to sink in before doing your makeup.

Whether you’re looking for an overnight oats recipe, bacon cups, breakfast muffins, or avocado toasts, this list is hell-bent on making your mornings easier and yummier.

5-Minute Protein Breakfast Sandwich

Photo: Macheesmo

Mash some black beans, microwave an egg for a hot minute, add some cheddar, and toast an English muffin to get this protein-packed breakfast snack! It has 24 grams of protein, and it’s vegetarian!

Banana and Cinnamon Porridge

Photo: Jamie Oliver

We all know porridge as a staple breakfast food. And this vegetarian recipe is sure to make you feel full, energized, and ready to take on the crazy Monday morning traffic. Grab your rolled oats, organic soya or almond milk, and mix it in with bananas, honey, cinnamon, almonds, and chia or poppy seeds. Cook for 15 minutes and ta-da!

One-Minute Cheesy Mushroom Scramble

Yes, you read that right. This only takes a minute to cook! Whisk together eggs, mushroom, and cheese in a bowl. Then cook and scramble it to your liking! Total prep time is only four minutes!

Five-Minute Breakfast Tacos

Photo: EazyPeazyMealz

This recipe from EazyPeazyMealz seems like a lot of work compared to the others on this list, but it’s actually pretty easy! You can even pack these for work!

Five-Minute Oatmeal Power Bowl

According to Oh She Glows, this recipe is vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, and also doesn’t have refined sugar! What more are you going to look for, right? The recipe also includes chia seeds, almond milk, toasted coconut, cinnamon and ginger.

Photo: OhSheGlows

Chocolate and Peanut Butter Protein Shake

Photo: Eating Well

It’s high in fiber and low in sodium if the selling points “chocolate” and “peanut butter” doesn’t quite cut it for you. If you wanna opt for a vegan option, try using a chocolate pea protein powder!

French Toast In A Mug

Photo: Jelly Toast Blog

Grab some bread, milk, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and your favorite toppings to make this! Whether you’re thinking of reaching for chocolate chips, pecans, raisins or berries, this go-to breakfast in a mug is a tasty pick-me-up for your mornings.

Avocado Toast

This is probably one of the most popular breakfast foods out there. It’s healthy and very easy to make too! Spread avocado onto a slice of whole wheat bread, and sprinkle with lemon, salt, and whatever toppings you wanna add!

Keto Pancakes

Keto has become one of the most touted diet regimens out there, and it’s for good reason. So many people have seen results from it, and those who wanna get started are probably surfing the internet looking for keto recipes to help them out. This recipe makes use of almond flour, cream cheese, and eggs. Enjoy your journey to weight loss with this go-to breakfast recipe!