these are good breakfast ideas suitable for teens that will pack them nutrients and energy to start of the day

1.Muffins. You can buy pre-packaged muffins or you can make them yourself. Either way, they won’t go stale for a while and they are easy to grab (and eat!) as you’re running out the door.

2.Toasted English muffin and peanut butter. It’s easy. It’s cheap. And it’s full of protein to help you power through your day.

3.Peanut butter and jelly. Even the busiest of students can find 30 seconds to put together this classic sandwich.

4.A piece of fresh fruit. Consider an apple or a banana—they’re nature’s original to-go foods and they’re good for you, too.

5.Granola or energy bars. Keep an eye on the calories, but these little bars can pack a big dose of protein to help you make it through your morning.

6.Veggies. Who says you can only have fruit for breakfast? Grab a bag of baby carrots and munch all the way to class. Added bonus: You can keep the snack bag with you throughout the day and munch as needed.

7.Yogurt. You can get yogurt in a cup, in a smoothie, . And yogurt is a healthy breakfast that often tastes like dessert. What’s not to like?

8.Cereal and milk. It’s a classic for a reason. Consider buying cereal in bulk, too; you can split it with your friends and save some serious cash.

9.Oats and milk. oat are really good carbohydrate food which gives you sufficient energy to start of the day. One can also add honey and fruits in them to make them more appealing and delicious.

10.Trail mix. The stuff can last for weeks and is a great way to power up without losing too much time—or cash. Just make sure the mix you choose isn’t candy in disguise.

11.Breakfast burritos. You can buy frozen ones you can heat up in the microwave, or make your own ahead of time for maximum convenience and savings. Tortillas + scrambled eggs + cheese + other tasty items = an awesome breakfast you can eat on the run. Consider adding leftovers from last night’s dinner (veggies, rice, beans, and meat) for variety and extra flavor.

12.Frozen waffles or pancakes. You can buy these frozen or make them yourself and then freeze them. Either way, a quick drop in the toaster or microwave leads to a great hot breakfast with little to no effort.

13.Toast bread and tea. This regular common breakfast is rich in carbonhydrates,protien,vitamin b and minerals such as phosphorus and zinc which is good to start the day off. One can also eat bread and egg and bread and beans which are also suitable for breakfast

14.Cheese and crackers. Cut a few slices of cheese, grab some crackers, and throw everything in a small Ziploc bag. You’ll have a tasty breakfast ready in under a minute.

15.Dried fruit. A small baggie of dried apricots, pineapples, apples, or other fruits you enjoy is an easy way to get a healthy, fruit-based breakfast—without having to worry about the fruit going bad. Consider buying in bulk to save money.