Make these portable versions of omelettes, french toast, and cereal when you're in a rush.
Greek Omelet with Feta, Tomatoes, and Olives
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This homemade omelet is actually workday friendly—it cooks in two minutes flat and withstands travel. Just add the ingredients to a jar, and when you're ready to eat, shake it and microwave, says chef Kathryne Taylor, the author of the new vegetarian cookbook Love Real Food and the food blog Cookie + Kate, who created each of these recipes.
Photo: Ted Cavanaugh
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Don't want to give up your morning grains? Swap quinoa for oatmeal for bonus protein. Try out this microwave recipe when you're short on time. You'll make use of leftover quinoa by topping it with cooked apples, pecans, and shredded coconut. (Here are 10 more quinoa breakfast recipes.)
Peanut Butter & Banana French Toast
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Making this mason jar peanut butter and banana french toast is almost as simple as assembling Elvis' sandwich of choice. Add the ingredients to a jar, shake it up, heat it in the microwave, and bam, you've got instant PBB french toast. (Related: French Toast Recipes for a Healthy Twist On Breakfast)