Need something fast and to-go? These quick breakfast recipes will fill you up and get you out the door.
Cost per serving: 22¢
Be sure to buy 100% pure pumpkin, not sweetened canned pumpkin pie filling. The sweetened variety makes these muffins too sugary.
See recipe: Mini Spiced Pumpkin Muffins
Cost per serving: 37 cents
Give muffins a kick by adding jalapeno peppers to the mix.
Recipe: Mini Spicy Cheese Muffins
Cost per serving: 24¢
Prefer savory to sweet? These protein-packed muffins are a perfect way to start the day.
See recipe: Bacon-Cheddar Muffins
Cost per serving: 35¢
These carrot-filled muffins are a quick and tasty way to get your veggies in the morning.
See recipe: Morning Glory Muffins
Cost per serving: 69¢
For a pop of protein in the morning, grab these skewers as you head out the door.
See recipe: Fruit Kebabs with Honey-Yogurt
Cost per serving: 44¢
For less than 50¢ per serving, you can prepare this delicious, nutritrious homemade version of a snack favorite. Pack with school lunches or on a summer picnic, or just enjoy with a glass of cold milk.
See recipe: Fruit and Nut Granola Bars
Cost per Serving: $.49
These tasty scones pair well with a cuppa, a large mug of joe or a tall glass of cold milk. And to top it off, they're super easy to bake!
See recipe: Old-Fashioned Cream Scones
Cost per serving: 12¢
Family and friends won't be able to stop at just one of these Sweet Potato Biscuits. If you happen to have leftovers, toss them into a breakfast scramble the next morning.
See recipe: Sweet Potato Biscuits
Save time by leaving the peach skin intact. But if you prefer yours peeled, a serrated peeler does the job quickly. If you don't have one, cut a shallow X in the bottom of the fruit, drop it into boiling water for 30 seconds, then remove to a bowl of rice water until cool and then slip it off with a paring knife.
See recipe: Peach Oatmeal Yogurt Parfait