These healthy apple oatmeal muffins are the perfect to-go breakfast for fall


Eating a healthy breakfast every morning can be a major challenge. If you’re looking for portable breakfast ideas, muffins can be a great way to get a satisfying breakfast on-the-go. Now is a great time add an autumnal muffin to your rotation, such as apple oatmeal muffins. Oatmeal is a healthy breakfast staple, and apples are the fruit of fall, so this is the perfect way to combine them for a portable and yummy morning snack.

This recipe from Prevention only takes about 15 minutes of prep time and 20 to 25 minutes to bake, so they can easily be made ahead on the weekend to stock grab-and-go breakfasts for the week ahead.

In addition to the apples and oats, it also incorporates other signature fall flavors, including pecans, cinnamon and nutmeg. Prevention recommends using diced Granny Smith apples in the muffins.

granny smith apples photo
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These muffins should take about 20 minutes to prepare and another 20 to bake. Once you’re done, you’ll have 12 grab-and-go breakfasts for 225 calories a pop!

Looking for other nutritious, convenient and portable breakfast ideas? Check out these 10 muffin recipes that involve four ingredients or less each. These easy-to-make pumpkin muffins will hit the spot this time of year. Get the recipe from Kirbie’s Cravings.

Kirbie's Cravings

Or steal some of these breakfast hacks that will save you time in making popular breakfast foods like oatmeal, eggs and smoothies.

Make-ahead breakfast casseroles are another great option that allow you to snooze until the last possible minute and still have a filling, tasty breakfast waiting for you and ready to go.

What’s your favorite, easy breakfast solution?

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Kate Streit lives in Chicago. She enjoys stand-up comedy, mystery novels, memoirs, summer and pumpkin spice anything.

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