6 Quick Store-Bought Breakfast Foods
Amy’s Gluten Free Tofu Scramble Breakfast Wrap
A thin, crepe-like tortilla is bursting with a tasty mixture of healthy, GMO-free ingredients—mushrooms, spinach, tomatoes, potatoes, and tofu for protein. It retains crispy edges and won’t get soggy in the microwave.
To buy: $3 each, at supermarkets.
Featured September 2013
BetterOats Classic Steel Cut Oats
With added flaxseed to offer a boost of omega-3, these hearty, creamy oats help you start the day off on the right foot. Enjoy plain or add your favorite fruit.
To buy: $3.50 for 10 pouches, at supermarkets.
Van’s Power Grains Waffles
Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside, these frozen waffles—with a hint of cinnamon and nuts—are every bit as delicious as they are healthy. Packed with a solid 10 grams of protein, this satisfying morning meal will keep you full until lunchtime.
To buy: $3.50 for 6, at supermarkets.
Evol Egg & Green Chile Burrito
With big chunks of fluffy potatoes, meaty pinto beans, and a nice kick of heat from the green chile sauce, this vegetarian burrito makes a great on-the-go starter.
To buy: $2.50 each, at supermarkets.
Love Grown Foods Peach Vanilla Almond Hot Oats
Like to eat breakfast at your desk? This instant oatmeal—in a convenient microwavable container—is perfectly packable. With pieces of real peaches and almonds and a hint of vanilla, this is one hot cereal even Goldilocks would agree is just right.
To buy: $7 for 3 containers, vitacost.com.
Kellogg’s Special K Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Flatbread Breakfast Sandwich
Move over, McDonald’s—the juicy sausage patty, egg, and melted cheese on a good-for you multigrain flatbread has all the decadence of a fast-food breakfast sandwich, but without the grease and excess calories and fat.
To buy: $6 for a box of 4, at supermarkets.
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