Whether you’re a morning person or not, jumping out of bed is never easy. Fortunately these breakfast products are making mornings much easier on us. In addition to being nutritious, each of these breakfast products is quick and easy requiring little preparation, and each happens to taste better than the healthy nutrition labels imply. It’s a win-win! Here are our favorite breakfast products this month.
Organic Happy Muesli
Cozy, filling, and hearty, muesli is a Swiss-inspired cereal made with nutrient-filled grains, seeds and fruits. Organic Happy Muesli provides an excellent source or protein and fiber. Bakery On Main‘s muesli is made in a gluten-free facility, making gluten-free breakfasts easy and stress-free. This non-GMO breakfast is low in sodium and saturated fat and completely free of trans fat, cholesterol, dairy, casein, soy and wheat. Now that’s a lot to jump out of bed for. We tried Organic Blueberry Muesli and Organic Super Seed Muesli with Sprouted Chia, and we love them both.
Smári Organic Icelandic Yogurt
Smári yogurt has more protein per serving than any other yogurt in the U.S. It’s thicker and creamier than any other yogurt we’ve had. It’s thick because most of the water is strained off. It takes four cups of whole milk to make one cup of Smári, so if you like thick and creamy yogurt, look no further. From Vanilla to New Orleans Coffee, we’re obsessing over this yogurt.
Rebel Kitchen’s Chocolate Coconut Mylk
Feel like a kid again and jump out of bed for this chocolatey, dairy-free goodness. Made with paleo-approved ingredients you can count on one hand—filtered water, organic date nectar, organic cacao and organic milk pressed from coconuts, Rebel Kitchen‘s “mylk” also has no additives, preservatives, emulsifiers, or carrageenans.
Follow Your Heart VeganEgg
Tofu and chickpea scrambles are great, but Follow Your Heart VeganEgg is by far the most convincing egg replacement we’ve tried. VeganEgg starts out as a pretty unassuming powder, but add some water and it suddenly begins to look just like real beaten chicken eggs. Better yet, throw the mix into a frying pan and it scrambles up just like eggs. Your kitchen will even smell like eggs are cooking. The result: a savory scramble that you probably would never know was vegan had you not just cooked it up yourself.