We’ve done it again. We already showed you the joys of mason jar salads, and now we’re back with another Instagram-worthy meal: mason jar breakfasts.
Not only are your breakfast faves now in a totally cute mason jar, they’re also portable! And since eating a good breakfast is so stinkin’ important, we’ve picked recipes that will help you start your day off right and avoid a crash later. So no matter how many times you hit the snooze button, knowing you have a nutritious breakfast ready to go will make your rushed morning just a little bit easier.
This parfait has managed to cram in four different kinds of fruit, so you know this sweet treat is packed with fiber and nutrients. The combination of protein and fiber guarantees that your stomach won't start growling an hour later.
A recipe that has "French toast" in the name isn't going to be 100 percent healthy. But swap the regular ingredients for more nutritious options, like whole grain bread, unsweetened almond milk, and a lighter butter, and you have a delicious (and fairly nutritious) breakfast, my friend.
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