I have a healthy bran muffin recipe that I just love. On a Saturday morning I'll quadruple the recipe and make 4 dozen muffins. Pop two into a sandwich bag, put all the sandwich bags into a gallon freezer bag. When I am running short of time or need a healthy snack, remove a sandwich bag. Micro for one minute or just eat it at work.
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The week is so busy, that I prepare the main part of Monday-Friday's meals on the weekend, then freeze them for my husband and I. At dinner I simply re-heat and serve with fresh or steamed veggies. FAST & EASY! 12302286254
I also make a dozen muffins on the weekend, with protein powder and fruit in them for a fast breakfast on the go each morning.
On mornings when I know I'm going to be rushed, the night before I will put EVERYTHING out. For example, if I want to have a fried egg on an english muffin with laughing cow cheese (a favorite breakfast of mine), I'll put out the small fry pan and in it I will put the PAM spray and a spatula. Then I will get a small plastic container and place one egg, one wedge of cheese, and my english muffin (after I slice it).
Then, in the morning, I can make a very healthy and portable breakfast in under five minutes (or as long as it takes for the muffin to toast and the egg to cook). And it is a protein-rich and high-fiber breakfast, so it will last me through to lunch without getting snacky!
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