What We’re Loving: Homemade Breakfast Bars

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For me, breakfast-on-the-go once meant nothing more than coffee in a travel mug. Thankfully, I have since learned the importance of the first meal of the day. And though I still rely on my trusty travel cup o’ joe to start my morning off right, I now accompany it with something a bit more substantial. The fancy-schmancy store-bought granola/energy/health bars became my quick fix to breakfast in a rush. That is, however, until I realized how easy and cost-effective it was to make my very own bars. I also get the bonus of choosing my own flavors and who doesn’t love that kind of power?

I am also not alone in the quest to make breakfast foods fast (it is in the word, breakfast, after all), and a few of my favorite food bloggers have come up with a variety of ways to make your morning meal easy and transportable. Just think of these inspired bars as a great start to a good day.

Begin your day with the healthy, satisfying crunch of these Trail Mix-Power Cereal Bars (pictured above). {from Moey’s Kitchen (in German)}

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Breakfast just got a whole lot sweeter, thanks to these Blueberry Vanilla Greek Yogurt Bars. {from Half Baked Harvest}

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Healthy 5-Ingredient Granola Bars. Just five ingredients to breakfast bliss. {from Minimalist Baker}

The name says it all: Cherry, Pistachio and Coconut Bars. {from Made by Girl}

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Peanut butter. Honey. Bananas. Oatmeal Breakfast Bars. You’re welcome. {from The Law Student’s Wife}

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These gluten-free and vegan Chewy Chocolate Chip, Coconut Granola Bars are guaranteed to brighten your day. {from Top With Cinnamon}

Photos courtesy of Maja, TieghanErin, IzyJohn & Dana, and Jen.

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