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So, I am not headed to the beach as planned this morning. Thanks a lot, Hurricane Florence.

Better safe than sorry, for sure, but I am bummed to be missing my annual girls weekend. On the other hand, there are much bigger things to worry about with this storm, so I'm trying to keep some perspective.

Anyways... on to the breakfast fun today!

Between my early morning start for work (by 6 a.m. most days) and getting my kids ready for school, I have a serious need for healthy grab-and-go breakfast ideas.

So today I’m sharing 16 of our favorite ideas to get in a healthy breakfast on the go and start your day off right, no matter where you are heading.

(You can also check out my 5 easy make-ahead egg breakfasts if you're an egg lover like me! And if you like the portable part, see these 25 ideas for folded wraps that you can make and take with you, everything from breakfast to lunch to snack to dessert.)

A lot of these are make ahead grab-and-go breakfast ideas, and those are perfect for prepping at night or over the weekend or whenever you do your meal prep.

Other items in this list are breakfast ideas that you can throw together in 5 minutes or less. Cause that’s often all we’ve got, right?!

Don't worry, we're also not doing all carb-loaded muffins and toasts. (Though we have some of those, to be sure!) This list also  includes some high protein breakfast ideas that will help give you plenty of energy to tackle your day.

And I included a free printable of these ideas in case you want to have it on hand so you don’t get stuck in a breakfast rut!

Feeling inspired? Ready to put some of these ideas into action?

Let’s do it!

I’ve included some specific recipes below to help get you started.

And of course, hard boiled eggs are a great way to take eggs on the go. Pair with a smoothie, cereal or whatever else you can grab before you run out the door.

There you have it folks! Tons of easy, healthy grab-and-go breakfast ideas that will get you going on the right foot in the morning and help fuel your day!

Last tip: Keep some easy containers on hand to make this all run more smoothly in the morning.

Everything from plastic cups to small plastic containers to just some aluminum foil are helpful. We use these small glass jars for overnight oats and parfaits a lot. You can also get reuseable snack bags for things like granola, bars and fruit.

Or use these ideas for healthy breakfast snacks on the go if you need a mid-morning pick-me-up. I call it second breakfast. 🙌

Also, here’s that FREE printable of the 16 ideas above in case you want to save it to have on hand. (It's a PDF.)

You can also pin this post to save it for reference later or to come back and check out some of the recipes. 👍

Enjoy!

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What’s more is that you can get your fill of several cuisines at very reasonable prices. So let’s find out what’s on offer. Here are 11 great places for an early morning breakfast in Mumbai!

Head over only if you’re an early riser (between 7 am and 8 am), as you will otherwise be kept waiting at least 30 minutes any day of the week. This iconic restaurant serves delicious South Indian favourites such as Upma (try it with podi), Idli (try it with rassam for a change) and Set Dosa (with a dollop of white butter) at very reasonable prices. End your meal with some sweet filter coffee. Walk out very happy.

Many residents complain that there’s not enough authentic Maharashtrian fare in Mumbai. Well, Mumbai no longer is the Maharashtrian city now, is it? But in Dadar, this surely doesn’t hold true. Look around and you’ll find plenty of small joints serving Kotimbir Vadi, Sabudana Vada, Puri Bhaji and Piyush. And the best place to get them all is Prakash, a stone’s throw away from Shiv Sena Bhavan.

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If you live in Mumbai long enough, you’ll notice signs that read ‘Gurukripa samosas’ all over town. The shop with the sign may be 20 kilometres away from the restaurant in Sion, but it’s famous all across the city. But samosas aren’t all they get right; they chole bhature and the lassi are also excellent. Like Madras Cafe, you’re likely to be kept waiting here as well.

Under a kilometre from Madras Cafe, in the largely Tamil Brahmin area of Matunga/King’s Circle is Mani’s. It’s a restaurant straight out of Chennai. Staunchly no-frills, they serve the most authentic version of the humble idli sambhar you’re likely to find in India’s wealthiest metro. If you have a bit of a sweet tooth, do also try their sheera (on Sunday’s, they do one with pieces of pineapple that is far superior).

Also Check : 13 Places for Awesome Street Food in Navi Mumbai

It’s got health home in the name, but most of the food here is fried and/or loaded with carbs. But who cares, right? The food is excellent. From piping hot vadas to puri bhaji, they’ve got all the Maharashtrian favourites. If you’re not into Maharashtrian food, they’ve got a Gujarati menu you may be interested in. Packed from opening time at 7 am, when senior citizens descend upon this place with their laughter and great conversation.

If you get here when it opens at 6 am, you’re sure to find a few bleary-eyed people partying since the previous night. They’re up for Ram Ashray’s delicious and crispy medhu vadas and melt-in-the-mouth puris. Get here even 30 minutes after opening time and you’re likely to be kept waiting (be sure to get some filter coffee while you’re outside). The food, like most places on this list, is cheap, fresh and scrumptious.

The restaurant that barely sleeps, here is where you should go if you’re in the mood for some kheema and bhurji at the crack of dawn. From the crack of dawn, they serve up some delicious non-vegetarian breakfast items (including a divine paya soup) with hot and crispy tandoori rotis. If you’re on holiday and living in the suburbs, a good idea would be to head here for breakfast before taking the train to South Mumbai.

Pricey, relative to the other places on this list, Leopold (or Leo’s) is among the most famous hangouts in Mumbai. The food isn’t spectacular, but you should go here for the relaxed vibe (you could even order a beer at 7,30 am, not that we recommend it, of course). Get the omelettes with cheese or chicken, cornflakes if you want to be healthy and some fruit juice.

Also Read : The Top 19 Places to Visit in Navi Mumbai

If you’re in the mood for a fancy breakfast early in the morning, head to Smokehouse Deli. Serving a typical deli menu all through the day, you can get your pancakes, waffles, omelettes, cereals or even French toast. While there are a few Smokehouse Deli locations in Mumbai, only the one in Bandra opens early at 7 am. They’ve got a beautiful outside seating area from where you can watch the suburb wake up. Service is excellent.

A Keralite restaurant in Mahim, Sneha serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. Dosas, appams, idlis, medhu vadas, puri bhaji are all available as early as 6 am. If you’re looking for something heavier, go for the egg roast with paratha. Service is quick and friendly at this no-frills restaurant. Finish off your meal with some banana fry and panpoli.

A Bandra icon, Goodluck has been around for several decades, serving kheema pav, eggs, bun maska and chai. The charming thing about this place is that it also houses a store with general provisions. And if you want them to cook something that is being sold at the store, go right ahead and ask them. You can buy your cornflakes and milk, and they’ll serve it to you. But the best thing to have here is the kheema pav.

Over a 100 years old, this Parsi cafe probably hasn’t changed much since it was started. The old-school decor, the waiters you know have been working there forever, the cacophony of the street, the extra buttery bread, the garish cakes in the shelves, they’re all part of the experience.

Also Check : The 15 Most Romantic Places in Navi Mumbai

Another 100-plus-year-old restaurant, Sassanian Boulangerie is less popular but the food is just as good. So if the wait is too long at Kayani, you can just take a 5-minute walk over to this joint. In addition to the eggs, kheema, brun or bun maska, you can also enjoy some delicious puffs.

Looking to see an old school Irani join, head over to Olympia Coffee House. While the coffee isn’t what we would recommend, you should have some of their biscuits with chai or some eggs and kheema with pav (the food is on the spicy side, so let them know if you need a milder version). They still serve the food in what must now be antique ceramic cups, saucers and plates. A treasure of Mumbai, located across the road from Leopold.

The Bagel Shop is the kind of place at which you order your breakfast and open a book. You end up sitting there for hours, drinking your coffee and enjoying the view.

In terms of food, of course, you should get a bagel, of which they have many types, along with eggs, sausages and maybe some fruit.

A fine-dining option in South Mumbai and Bandra, Saltwater Cafe is expectedly pricey. A breakfast for two is likely to set you back Rs. 2000, if you have coffee or juices. This is expensive, but on tasting your first order, you may be fine spending double that.

The French Toast is the best you’ll have ever tasted, the eggs are fluffy and the meats are premium. Do also order their bread basket, if you enjoy freshly baked goods.

Of their locations in Mumbai, Indigo Deli’s Bandra space is most luxurious. There are tables that seat nine. Even if you’re just having a romantic breakfast with your spouse, you could take one of these tables if you get here early. After all, chances are, you will need to lie down once you’re done with breakfast.

The best thing to have here is the Eggs Benedict (preferably with Salmon). If you’re vegetarian, go for their Couscous Upma. A great early morning breakfast in Mumbai.

Cafe Zoe is a great place to go for breakfast if you plan on shopping in the Lower Parel (the Palladium shopping mall in a few minutes away) area after. Not that it’s not worth making the trek for the food alone.

Their freshly baked breads are divine and they do eggs numerous ways, satisfying any craving you may have at the time. If you’re vegetarian, though, skip it for breakfast.

Are you living in Andheri and don’t want to make the trip to Bandra or South Mumbai? Here’s where you go for breakfast. Jamjar Diner (which now has a Bandra location too, by the way) can go toe to toe with the best of them, serving wonderfully fluffy eggs and deliciously buttery Brioche French Toast. Also, their Versova location is so cute you just may want to carry a camera along.

Even if you’re not hungry or aren’t the type who eats breakfast, you should visit Candies at least once on your trip.

Spread across three (very unusually designed) levels, they’ve got such a large selection of baked items (from patties to breads to muffins to cakes to croissants; you name it, they’ve got it). Not all of it will be available at 8:00 am, but the scrumptious chicken sandwiches will be.

Theobroma isn’t a breakfast place, exactly. It’s a dessert shop. They’ve got some of the best desserts in town (at their price point) and they’re available from the time they open. This means that you can have your omelette or pancake or sandwich or croissant with a slice of New York Cheesecake, a muffin or even some mousse. You take your pick.

If you’re up too early on your holiday or want to get an early start on purpose, you now know where to go. Even if your hotel is far away from any of these places, public and private transport in Mumbai is easily available, so getting there won’t be any trouble. Do let us know how you enjoyed the food.

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Breakfast muffins make a great on-the-go breakfast as you can prepare them the night before, ready to eat in the morning. Our delicious breakfast muffins are healthier than your average muffin, using mashed banana and apple sauce for natural sweetness plus blueberries and seeds for an extra nutritious hit. For a more decadent option, try our easy banana muffins that use buttermilk to make them extra moist and pecans for those buttery healthy fats.

Look at our breakfast muffin recipes for more batches of delicious, fluffy muffins to give you an energy boost in the morning.

Our breakfast bars are fruity, chewy flapjacks packed with delicious oats and cereal. Kids will love to help make them, and they’re perfect for lunch boxes. Or try our on-the-run breakfast bars, which can be frozen and saved for a later date.

Breakfast on the go has never been easier with our tasty granola bar recipes. Choose from energy-boosting oats, fruit and nut fillings for a quick snack.

Overnight oats are ideal for a busy schedule because they can be prepared the night before. Our banana overnight oats are a great start to any day as they are filling and full of fibre. Or try our chia & almond overnight oats for a healthy and energising breakfast, rich in omega 3. It’s a vegan recipe, but cow's milk and yogurt can be substituted if preferred.

Try more of our healthy overnight oats recipes for a quick and nutritious breakfast.

Granola is a beautiful way to start the day as it’s packed with heart-healthy oats, seeds, nuts and berries. Enjoy with milk or yogurt and fresh seasonal berries – sure to make you feel great. Try our homemade granola recipe, which can be made in a batch of up to 15 servings, or our nuts & seeds granola which serves 10. Great for saving time as you only have to prepare once every week or two.

Start the day with one of our energy-boosting granola recipes. From crunchy fruit and nut breakfast cereals to tasty snack bars, these oaty treats will power you through to lunch.

Smoothies are a great make-ahead breakfast as they're so quick to make – all our recipes having a preparation time of five minutes or less. Our kale smoothie is vegan, gluten-free and gives you a great hit of vitamin C to start your day off. Or try our strawberry smoothie, vegan and gluten-free but a sweeter option as it's made with bananas and orange juice. Try our super speedy two-minute breakfast smoothie for a low-fat alternative.

For more natural energy drinks and filling breakfasts, try more of our nutritious smoothie recipes.

This variation on the traditional avocado toast is incredibly moreish. The addition of salty feta to the creamy avocado is a great flavour match, with a little chilli for a slight kick. Topped with a runny poached egg, this recipe is irresistible and worth setting aside 10 minutes in a busy morning.

These simple nutty pancakes can be made in just 10 minutes and are a great healthier alternative to regular pancakes with the addition of nuts and agave syrup instead of maple or sugar. The recipe makes four pancakes but can easily be doubled.

Master the omelette with our easy-to-follow recipe and then add the filling of your choice – grated cheese, ham, fresh herbs, mushrooms and smoked salmon are some of our favourites.

This variation on the classic breakfast adds pumpkin seeds, curry powder and smoked salmon to take your scrambled eggs to the next level. Enjoy with your toast of choice and season well. Delicious!

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Cafe Madras has been running for decades now and it is definitely one of my top choices for breakfast in Mumbai! This cafe serves you throughout the day with some authentic and delicious idlis and masala dosas. They also have rasam vadas, the soft upma and the best filter coffee. Cafe Madras is also known for some great dessert dishes like panpoli, which is made with jaggery and banana, and their sheera is delicious too! Let’s just say this is the perfect eatery if you want delicious food with a hint of nostalgia to it.

Where: Matunga

When: 7 AM to 2:45 PM & 4:00 PM to 10:30 PM

Cost: ₹250 for two

Well, it is always said that you should start your day early and with a heavy breakfast. Kyani’s in Marine Lines is your one comfort food eatery and one of the best breakfast places in Mumbai. The best things to try are their egg dishes, sodas, caramel custards, and their beautiful cake. They have quick bites like chicken samosas and bun maskas along with Irani chai. Curly Tales recommends the Kheema Pav which still remains the best in town! Kyani has been running for more than 100 years now.

When: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Where: Marine Lines

Cost: ₹200 for two approx.

Ram Ashraya will always stay on the list of our favourites. Breakfast here is so satisfying. From the pineapple sheera to the lassi in a bottle, there is nothing here that can disappoint you. Special attention should be given to their masala dosa which is served alongside delicious chutneys, Medu vada, filter coffee and tamarind rice. The service is absolutely phenomenal with the servers working there for over a decade.

When: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Where: Matunga

Cost: ₹200 for two approx

The Nutcracker Cafe in Bandra is all you need for a perfect breakfast. If you are a sucker for some amazing pancakes, then this is your place! They have a variety of pancakes but we absolutely love the classic chocolate pancake. Apart from these, the hot chocolate is just bang-on. On a rainy day, it is just a delight to sit here and enjoy a heavy breakfast. Some other things you must try here are their pasta, mushrooms on toast, and egg dishes. Nutcracker is definitely the best breakfast place in Mumbai.

Where: Multiple Locations

When: 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Cost: ₹1,200 for two approx

One of the best things about 5-star restaurants is their breakfast buffets. They are just so filling ans with so many options! Your mood just lifts when you see so many options for breakfast. You must try their Farm Fresh Eggs, smoked bagel benedict, masala omelette and more.  These gourmet dishes will definitely make your mornings better which intern makes your entire day better!

Where: Lower Parel

When: 12:00 PM to 11:30 AM

Cost: ₹5,000 for two.

If you want to sip on some good Parsi Tea in the morning, then come to Cafe Military, they will not disappoint you. In their breakfast options, you must try their Egg sandwich and omelette or a club sandwich. If you love chicken, do try their chicken sandwich. Nothing can ever go wrong with classic Bun Maska and Chai. We love their desserts and caramel custard is a must-have here.

Where: Fort

When: 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Cost: ₹250 for two approx

Yazdani Bakery is a decade-old Irani outlet which has the best Chai and Bun Maska. You can also try their puddings. If you want to give your taste buds a vintage tinkle, then this is a must-visit breakfast place. This place has been in Mumbai for years and there is so much more to it than just being a cafe. It tells a story and the walls here hold history. They serve delicious Kharis and one bite of it and you’re taken back to an ancient era. You must also try their mava cake!

When: 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Where: Fort

Cost: ₹200 for two approx.

Kandivali is famous for Gujarati food and the iconic store of Rajubhai Dhoklawala is just the right thing you need to kick start your mornings. You will be thrilled to know that they have about 20 different types of Dhoklas. The best one we like was pizza dhokla and all the other ones were delicious too! You can try their kachoris and Idlis too. They are really delicious and very fresh.

Where: Kandivali

When: Saturday to Thursday, 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM

Cost: ₹200 for two approx.

Also Read: Heritage Breakfast At 75-Year Old ‘Vidyarthi Bhavan’

On the iconic Marine Drive stands this restaurant which serves great pizzas. But do you know what else they serve best? Their breakfast menu. They serve breakfast at a fairly decent price. You can try their omelettes and other egg dishes, pancakes, Bombay french toast, and the big bird. Everything here is just delicious. Starting your day with the view of Marine Drive and delicious food, breakfast in Mumbai can’t get better than this! Breakfast starts at ₹249.

When: 7:00 AM to 12:30 AM

Where: Marine Drive

Cost: ₹2,500 for two

This one’s for our devoted ‘Grammers! A cute cafe hidden inside tiny lanes, this cafe will add a pop of pink to your Instagram feed! Meals so cute that wouldn’t wanna eat them at all!

Where: Matunga

When: 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Cost: ₹400 for two approx.

Also Read: 7 Dishes To Try On A Breakfast Trail In Kandivali, Mumbai

Jamjar diner has two outlets in the city and the ambience of both is just beautiful. The diner has a positive vibe and you can start your perfect day having something from their delicious breakfast menu. It starts at 11 am and they serve up to 4 am in the evening. I suggest you try Nutella and banana pancake, cinnamon french toast, waffles and any of their smoothie bowls. If you are looking for egg dishes then fluffy egg white omelette and from the chef’s special section breakfast booty burger is a good option to pick!

When: 9:00 AM to 1:30 AM

Where: Multiple Locations

Cost: ₹1,000

The Saltwater Cafe serves an amazing breakfast menu and you have a lot of variety to choose from! They have two outlets one in Bandra and another one in Churchgate. But the Churchgate outlet is temporarily shut, keep an eye out on Zomato. Some of the amazing things to eat here are Chocolate Chip Waffles, french toast, scrambled eggs, masala omelettes, and a 4 cheese omelette. If you like pork for breakfast then they have ham and cheese as well. They serve their breakfast menu from 9 am to 11:59 am which is a pretty decent time to grab a bite and start your day.

When: 9:00 AM to 11:30 PM

When: Bandra

Cost: ₹1,000 for two approx

This cute cafe has it all. Great ambience, good food, and amazing people. The environment is very family-friendly so you can come here for a nice family breakfast.

When: 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Where: Khar West

Cost: ₹1,700 for two approx

The Bandstand Pantry leaves no stone unturned in order to provide you with its very best. The food and environment there will have you coming back time and again for more.

When: 7:30 to 12:00 AM

Where: Bandra

Cost: ₹1,700 for two people (approx.)

They have multiple outlets across Mumbai and the best part id that they serve their breakfast menu all day long! Some of the dishes on their menu that are a must-try are sandwiches, eggs benedict, eggless pancakes, oats porridge and masala and cheese omelette. And fo all the vegan, I know it is very difficult to find a vegan restaurant, but worry not! Indigo Delicatessen has a vegan breakfast menu that consists of oatmeal pancakes, upma, finger millet waffle and museli with chia seed, soy and almond milk.

Where: Multiple Outlets

When: 11:00 AM to 10 PM

Cost: ₹3,000 for two approx

Prakash Shakahari Upahar Kendra in Dadar is a perfect place for some Indian breakfast. Their typical Maharashtrian dishes are spot on. Misal Pav, Upma, Sabudana vada, Thalipeeth and the Piyush drink! It is a local joint which is very affordable, filling and delicious. Shivaji Park of Dadar is one place buzzing with food lovers and hence the restaurant sees a lot of people on a daily basis.

When: 7:30 AM to 10:00 PM

Where: Dadar

Cost: ₹150 for two approx

They have two outlets in Mumbai, one in Malad and another one in Borivali. Both these outlets serve the breakfast menu. They give you a variety of healthy breakfast options like regular egg dishes, English breakfast, pancakes, continental breakfast, and even bombae breakfast. So many options for you to choose from!

When: 7:00 AM to 1:00 AM

Where: Malad & Borivali

Cost: ₹950 for two approx

The five-star luxury hotel, J W Marriott has a cafe that serves a buffet breakfast from Monday to Sunday for ₹1,711. This unlimited breakfast has a variety of dishes right from continental, Indian, Italian, and Chinese. They have freshly prepared waffles, juices, pancakes and much more. The spread will not disappoint you and with so much variety, you will definitely love starting your day with food from here.

When: 6:30 AM to 11:00 PM

Where: Chakala, Andheri East

Cost: ₹5,000 for two approx

Fable is a fine dining restaurant in Mumbai and they have outlets in Juhu, Powai, and Andheri. These outlets serve a breakfast menu with a lot of options for you to choose from. They have a section for breakfast sandwiches which also come with a bagel. You can order a veg sandwich or a non-vegetarian one and they are very filling. They also serve regular breakfast egg dishes, their desi benedict is a must-try!

When: 9:00 AM to 12:30 AM

Where: Juhu & Powai

Cost: ₹2,500 for two

Also Read: This Iconic South Indian Restaurant From Pre-Independence Era Still Serves Dosas Under ₹50 Only

Gurukripa in Sion serves the best samosa and chole which will most definitely be a tasty, crunchy breakfast option to start your day with. This little place also serves the best Sindhi breakfast options. Their Dal Pakwan is a must-have! Apart from that lassi, chaat, pani puri are also spot on. Once, at least, you must come here; it is worth the visit. This is an iconic eatery and the best breakfast place in Mumbai!

When: 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM

Where: Sion

Cost: ₹350 for two approx

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Suzette Creperie & Cafe is spread across Mumbai and these outlets are beautifully designed. They are a perfect place to start your day, the vibe here is amazing. Along with the regular egg dishes they serve french breakfast too. Their crepes are very famous and in beverages don’t miss out on their tea options or coffee. If you are in for a heavy breakfast, then give their sandwiches a try! This breakfast place in Mumbai is winning hearts.

When: 8:00 AM to 11:30 PM

Where: Multiple Locations

Cost: ₹1,800 for two approx

Also Read: 10 Cheesiest Dishes In Mumbai

Perch is a great place to visit when you want to catch up with friends over breakfast. With wholesome meals that will help you conquer the day, the place is sure to be your breakfast spot.

When: 8:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Where: Khar

Cost: ₹225 for two approx.

Also Read: Top 17 Fine Dine Best Chinese Restaurants In Mumbai In 2019

Kala Ghoda Cafe in Fort is a cute little place that serves delicious food and that too at prices that are reasonable. The quality of their food is perfect and the quantity is also not so bad. Some of the must-try things here are their cappuccino coffee, Waffles with fruits and honey, Sandwiches, Hot Chocolate, Millet Upma and Parsi Pora. This should totally be on your list of top breakfast places in Mumbai.

Where: Kala Ghoda

When: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Cost: ₹1,200 for two approx.

Also Read: This Italian Restaurant In Mumbai Serves About 9 Types Of Hand-Rolled Pasta

Bombay Baking Company offers unparalleled food and service. The ambience is great and if you’re looking for a cafe where you can sit in peace and get some work done, you know where to head!

Where: JW Mariott, Juhu

When: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Cost: ₹1,900 for two approx

Cafe Noir is for those of us who like to get bougie occasionally and splurge on our meals. So if you’re looking for a special breakfast place to celebrate your promotion or any other big/small victory in your life, this place is perfect!

When: 9:00 AM to 10:30 PM

Where: Lower Parel

Cost: ₹1,800 for two approx

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