Super busy with work but want to eat healthy? Try one of these healthy breakfast snacks for meetings!
Welcome to my post featuring a big list of healthy breakfast snacks for meetings. If you’re here, it’s safe to assume that you’re already making a great effort to eat well even though you’re busy.
It can be so hard to eat clean when your job and family life demand so much of you. I totally get it!
My name is Chantal and I’m the owner of this little blog, Ironwild Fitness. I’m also a certified personal trainer who also a certified nutrition coach.
So while I’m not a nutritionist or doctor, I understand quite a bit about the challenges of eating well. I also understand more about what it means to eat in a healthy way than the average Joe.
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So – keep all of that in mind while you read this list. Don’t forget that not everything will work for you, and don’t see is at a black-and-white thing, either.
These are just ideas! But if they will help you start to get creative and get into the habit of eating healthier in the mornings, then my job here is done.
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Are you in charge of office meeting breakfast ideas for the whole crew?
While you can use my ideas just for yourself, a lot of these would make some great healthy breakfast snacks for all of your coworkers.
My favorite idea is to take a handful of these healthy breakfast snack ideas and put them on one big platter for a charcuterie-style breakfast!
If you select several different items to take to your meeting, it can be a real crowd-pleaser.
This makes it fun, it’s a good conversation starter, and you can meet the dietary needs of different people. Try it out!
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59 Healthy Breakfast Snacks For Meetings
What are good snacks for meetings? / Healthy meeting food ideas
2. Homemade Granola Bars
3. Individual Oatmeal Packs
Just opt for a low-sugar or natural variety.
4. Adult Go-Gurts
5. Blackberries / Blueberries
Great for getting in those antioxidants!
6. Individual Nut Butter Pouches
7. Protein Bites
Homemade or store-bought.
8. Chia Squeeze / Adult Applesauce Pouches
9. Pineapple Chunks
11. Hard Boiled Eggs
Opt for a natural variety without a lot of sugar.
13. Healthy Breakfast Cookies
Such as Erin Baker’s.
14. Banana Chips
15. Cantaloupe Chunks
16. Mini Wheat Bagels
Top with peanut butter or a low-fat cream cheese.
17. Breakfast Biscuits
Such as the almond butter ones from Nature Valley.
18. Clementine Oranges (Easy Peel)
19. Applesauce Muffins (No Added Sugar)
20. Fruit Juice
Orange juice, no added sugar is preferred!
21. Dried Mangos
Not candied – get the plain ones!
22. Low-Sugar Fruit Cups
23. Apples with Yogurt Dip
My favorite yogurt dip is a vanilla yogurt & peanut butter combo. You can also mix a little honey into plain yogurt, then add nut butter.
24. Mini Scones
25. Pre-Portioned Nut Pouches
27. Apple Chips (Freeze-Dried)
28. Individual Protein Shakes
Such as Premier Protein.
29. Mini Cereal Boxes
Just get a “grown up” variety instead of the sugar cereals.
31. RX Bars
34. Dried Apricots
With no sugar added / not candied.
35. Fig Newtons
36. Skim Milk
37. Herbal Tea
Go for green tea for some caffeine if you want!
38. Yogurt Dipped Nuts
Just make sure to read the ingredients – some “yogurt dipped” items are high sugar and have engineered ingredients or additives.
39. Avocado Toast
40. Fresh Smoothies
Or make the night before & refrigerate.
42. Yogurt Dipped Cranberries
43. Superfood Smoothie Pouches
Such as NOKA brand.
44. Protein Oatmeal Bowls
45. KIND Bars
46. Trail Mix
Just skip the kind with a lot of chocolate!
47. FlapJacked Mighty Muffins
They come in little cups, as well as protein and probiotic varieties.
48. Almond Yogurt Cups
49. Kodiak Cakes Cups
On-the-go protein pancake mixes.
51. Smoothie Bowls
Top with granola and chia seeds!
52. Overnight Oats
53. Oatmeal Squeeze Pouch
Yep, this is a thing! I’ve heard good things about NOKA brand.
54. Greek Yogurt Cups
High-protein, low-sugar if you can!
55. Healthy Breakfast Burritos
You can batch-make these and freeze them.
56. Carrot Cake Muffins
57. Healthy Breakfast Coffee Cake
58. Mini Quiches
Make it healthy with some veggies and egg whites if you can.
59. Egg Muffin Cups
You can find my recipe for easy egg muffin cups with turkey sausage in this post. Skip the crust if you can!
That’s it my friends! Hopefully this helps you get some ideas for healthy breakfast snacks for meetings.
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