13 Breakfast recipes to go for every type of diet

If you don’t work from home or your mornings are quite busy to have a proper breakfast, you won’t be hungry with these breakfast recipes to go. Most of the recipes are easy to make, some are also good as a make ahead meal prep and others take less than 5 minutes to make. 

From keto breakfast recipes, low calorie or low carb meals to guilty pleasure breakfast food. 

Breakfast with eggs – keto, savory, sweet

egg muffins

Egg muffins 

This egg muffins recipe is keto and low carb and it can be made ahead. Broccoli and red pepper egg muffins with cheese or red pepper and mushrooms egg muffins. They are the perfect breakfast to go as you can make them in advance and they can last up to four days in the fridge. Not to mention that they are so easy to pack. 

Mushrooms, broccoli and prosciutto quiche

Similar ingredients to egg muffins but with some carbs, quiche is a good choice if you are not on a keto diet. Fully nutritious and it can be made the night before, what else do you need? If you prefer a warm quiche, just reheat it in the microwave and you are ready to go. 

khachapuri recipe


Probably the most popular Georgian food, khachapuri is very delicious but also very high in calories. Imeruli khachapuri or adjaruli khachapuri, they are both made from pizza like dough and filled with cheese. Adjaruli khachapuri is topped with an egg and it can be reheated the next morning. Or, you can eat it cold, it will still be very delicious. 

French toast roll ups

This guilty pleasure breakfast is what everyone needs from time to time. Bread soaked in orange juice, eggs and milk mixture, with Nutella, ricotta or cream cheese spread and strawberries. What a treat! This is not a breakfast recipe that you can make the day before but if you have some extra time in the morning, you can prepare these French toast roll ups and have them on the go. 

Appetizers for breakfast 

Energy balls – keto, low carb 

Who doesn’t like energy balls? They are small, easy to pack and eat. Plus, you don’t need more than two to call it breakfast. Mix anything you have in the fridge, from cured meats to boiled eggs, pickled or fresh veggies, olives etc. Use cream cheese or sour cream as a glue and roll the balls in chopped nuts, cashews or pistachios. 

spinach pinwheels recipe

Ham and spinach pinwheels

This holiday appetizer is filled with spinach and ham (cured ham, like salami, not the baked Christmas ham) . The roll crust is made of eggs and flour and baked in the oven. These pinwheels can stay in the fridge up to four days but trust me, they will disappear sooner. 

Pastry recipes for breakfast – savory or sweet pastry

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Savory phyllo dough pie with cheese 

Check out these three levels of recipes with phyllo dough for beginners and advanced bakers. These cheese pies can be eaten cold or reheated in a microwave. They can last up to three days in the fridge. 

Phyllo dough pastry with sauerkraut 

If you have made too much sauerkraut, you can use some to make the savory pastry with phyllo dough, leeks and sauerkraut. Similar to the previous breakfast recipe to go, you can eat it cold or reheat it. Definitely something to keep you full until lunch. 

Blueberry muffins 

Muffins are the best choice for breakfast to go so next time you want to plan your weekly meals, don’t forget to bake these blueberry muffins

pumpkin pie cinnamon rolls

Pumpkin pie cinnamon rolls

If you like to have sweet pastry for breakfast, have you tried cinnamon rolls? In Sweden they call them cinnamon buns and they are often served with coffee or matcha tea. Even if you don’t like cinnamon, you won’t have a problem eating these soft buns. 

Breakfast smoothies to go

You can’t make ahead these breakfast smoothies but they are so quick to make. For less than five minutes you will have your healthy breakfast ready to go. 

blueberry smoothie recipe

Blueberry smoothie 

A combination of frozen blueberries, a banana, oats, cashews and chia seeds. Instead of blueberry muffins, choose this healthy blueberry smoothie.

Raspberry smoothie 

This weight loss smoothie is made with oats, yogurt, flaxseed, almonds and of course raspberries. Just put all the ingredients in a food processor or a blender and you will have your healthy breakfast smoothie ready in a minute. 

healthy smoothie

Blackberry smoothie 

Similar to the other two smoothie recipes but features powerful blackberries. You can never get bored with these healthy smoothies to go. 

How did you like these 13 breakfast recipes to go? Share in comments what’s your favorite choice.

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Amazing breakfast egg muffins stuffed with cheese and veggies

Eggs and oats are the most commonly used ingredients for breakfast. If you like sweet, fruity breakfast you will probably go for oatmeal or a smoothie bowl. Those who like savory breakfast rather choose scrambled eggs. These egg muffins are like scrambled eggs in a muffin tin. Full of delicious veggies and extra creamy thanks to cream cheese and sour cream.

If you don’t have much time in the morning, you will love this egg muffins recipe. It is perfect as a meal prep, make it ahead and refrigerate it for up to 4 days. You can also freeze the muffins and defrost them when you need. However, egg muffins taste the best when you eat them fresh or in the next two days. I prefer to eat cold egg muffins rather than to eat them straight from the oven.

Baked egg muffins – Broccoli and red pepper, Mushrooms and red pepper

My simple egg muffins recipe calls for a muffin tin with 12 cups but you can also use smaller tins and bake the muffins in baches. 

What I like about these muffins is that you don’t need 12 eggs for 12 muffins. Eight eggs are enough because you will add some cream cheese and sour cream. The muffins will be creamy and fluffy. 

Even though these egg muffins are made with broccoli, red pepper and mushrooms respectively, you can add other veggies as well or anything you find in the fridge. 

egg muffins

How to make egg muffins 

Making egg muffins is easier than scrambled eggs. Yes, that’s right, you need the right technique to make scrambled eggs. On the other hand, things cannot go wrong with egg muffins. Even if they deflate, they will still be tasty. It all comes down to these steps:

Beat the eggs. If you have enough time, you can beat the egg whites first and add the egg yolks and stir with spatula. The foam from egg whites will make the muffins extra fluffy. For 12 muffins you will need 8 whole eggs, but you can also reduce the number of egg yolks to 7 instead of 8.

Add the cream cheese. Eggs can have pretty strong taste and you need something that will soothe that flavor. Add any type of cream cheese, or two different types. I sometimes even add some sour cream, feta or cottage cheese. 

Spice it up. Like any other dish, you need to season it well. However, don’t put too much salt. The amount of salt depends on the ingredients you will put in the egg muffins. If you add some bacon and feta cheese instead of cream cheese, you need less salt. Pepper and paprika are also the top spices to use and don’t forget some herbs. Basil, parsley or oregano are the safest choice. 

Pour the eggs and cream in a muffin tin, leaving room for the veggies. If you add the vegetables later, you can make different combinations of muffins. Play with the ingredients you find in your fridge and make two or three different combos. Or, if you are in a hurry, just add all the ingredients in one bowl and pour the mixture into muffin tins. 

Add veggies. Mushrooms and red bell pepper are a good combo. Also, broccoli and red pepper, spinach and mushrooms. These are the combinations that everyone will like. If you like tomatoes, you can also add some to the egg muffins with spinach or broccoli. 

Cured meat. Bacon and eggs, ham and eggs – that’s classic. So if you like those old school egg dishes, you can make egg muffins with any type of cured meat, hash brown, sausage or ham. 

Seeds. Add some flaxseed or chia seed for extra healthy breakfast. 

Bake egg muffins for about 20 minutes at 350F (175C). Don’t leave the muffins too long in the oven or they will become rubbery. If you can, use a non stick pan or a non stick oil spray. Let the muffins cool down a bit before taking them out from the tin. 

How to serve egg muffins 

These egg muffins to go can be eaten on foot, while you are heading out to the office. They are perfect for a lunch box for your youngest ones. 

If you eat egg muffins at home, you can serve them with yogurt, warm pita bread or any type of bread. Put some hummus on top of the muffin, an olive or cherry tomato. Fresh rocket salad also goes well with egg muffins. 

How to store egg muffins 

Muffins in general are the best choice of food for a meal prep. You can make them ahead of time and refrigerate them for up to 4 days. Egg muffins are also freezer friendly, in case you have leftovers. When you need to defrost the muffins, leave them in the fridge overnight and then reheat them. Don’t microwave them longer than a minute. 

Can you reheat egg muffins

These egg muffins are baked in the oven, and can be reheated in a microwave. However, don’t reheat them for too long, no more than 30 seconds at medium temperature. 

Can egg muffins be eaten cold

I prefer to eat cold egg muffins than warm ones. Straight from the fridge or cooled off at room temperature after baking. That’s the only time the eggs taste good when they are cold. 

Baked egg muffins with cream cheese and vegetables

Cheesx egg muffins with broccoli, mushrooms and red pepper . Freezer friendly, keto and low carb.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: Appetizer, Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: egg muffins, eggs, keto, low carb, muffins
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 250kcal


  • 8 eggs
  • 200 g cream cheese
  • 1 tbsp sour cream
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp pepper
  • 1/4 tsp paprika
  • 1/2 cup red pepper
  • 1/3 cup mushrooms
  • 1/3 cup broccoli


  • Beat the egg whites first and add the egg yolks and stir with spatula.
  • Add any type of cream cheese, or two different types.
  • Season egg muffins with salt, pepper and paprika.
  • Pour the egg mixture in muffin tins leaving room for the veggies.
  • Add broccoli and pepper to several muffin tins and mushrooms and pepper to the rest of muffin tins.
  • Bake egg muffins for 20 minutes at at 350F (175C)


Check the post above for more ideas on what to put in egg muffins.

You can stir fry mushrooms before adding them to the egg mixture, that’s optional.

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