Looking for quick breakfast ideas? Try our ideas for breakfast on the go to make sure you fit in the most important meal of the day without the hassle. Next, try our healthy breakfast recipes.
Quick breakfast ideas
Raise your breakfast game in a flash with our easy and inventive croissant fillings – pack your pastries with ricotta and blueberry, ham and cheese or Nutella and ice cream for a quick start to the day.
Check out these quick, fun, sweet toppings to give ready-made waffles a lift. All our toppings are easy and speedy, and are enough for four servings.
Give your energy-packed porridge a flavour boost with one of our vibrant, quick and easy topping ideas.
We love how quick and easy avocado toast is, so much so that we’ve found five new ways to make it even fancier. These simple recipes are perfect for a speedy breakfast or mid-morning snack.
Try our quick and easy solo brunch recipes that will jazz up your one-pan eggs. From punchy chilli eggs, to cheesy mushroom and brie omelette, these are made in a flash.
Upgrade your crumpet with one of these quick, irresistible toppings, from easy rarebit crumpets, to eggy brunch crumpets with avocado and crispy bacon.
A nourishing breakfast, brunch or snack, this lassi smoothie bowl is packed with mango and banana. Top with chia seeds and pistachios for crunch.
Bircher muesli is a Swiss invention from the turn of the last century. It consists of rolled oats, apple, milk and other ingredients – we’ve used chia seeds, yogurt and some extra fruit. This is best when it’s left to soak overnight, so you’ll have a healthy, fuss-free breakfast ready to go in the morning.
Blueberry breakfast muffins might seem like an indulgence, but they don’t have to be. A few little tweaks, like using flaxseed and yogurt, bring these in under 200 calories. We have plenty more muffin recipes here.
We’re seeing these little balls of energy everywhere – they’re great to eat before exercise or when you feel as if you’re flagging, as the simple sugars in the fruits will give you instant energy and the nuts, nut butters or oats will give you a slow release of energy. We’ve made three flavours, but you can create your own using the same idea. Chill until needed and they’ll keep for five days.
A healthy on-the-go breakfast or anytime snack, these breakfast bars are held together with dates and nut butter and provide a real energy boost. You can add a sprinkling of chia, flax or other seeds too.
This recipe for overnight bircher muesli with cherries, peach and coconut is a great healthy, make-ahead breakfast if you’re short on time in the mornings.
Peanut butter is a breakfast staple and, as this fruity, tangy, crunchy creation proves, its potential goes far beyond simply topping toast.
This nutritious smoothie is loaded with spinach, kale, banana and rolled oats – sure to give you plenty of energy to get the day started.
These healthy breakfast cookies are easy to make and full of wholesome ingredients, including fibre-packed oatmeal and fruit – ideal for breakfast or a mid-morning snack.
Breakfast smoothie bowls are a big trend, and it’s all about how you arrange your toppings. Experiment with different fruits, veg and any toppings you enjoy.
Check out our quick and easy dairy-free breakfast pots. Packed with mixed berries, creamy coconut yogurt and crunchy granola, this recipe is great for a cooling breakfast on a hot summer’s morning.
Check out our simple rice dish with spicy red chillis, salty-sweet bacon jam and soft-boiled eggs. This low-calorie breakfast recipe is easy and ready in 20 minutes.
Packed with nuts, fruit and oats, this hearty bowl is perfect for a post-workout breakfast.
Full of good bacteria for your gut, this fruity smoothie recipe makes a great on-the-go breakfast.