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Let me guess – you don't have time for a healthy breakfast.

Me neither. It's always the same old excuses for not eating healthy... and let me tell you, I am more guilty of this than anyone else.
But not anymore!! Thanks to this awesome hack for a grab-and-go healthy breakfast, that takes so little effort to prep that you'll be kicking yourself and thinking, "Why didn't I do this sooner?!"

Ready for your mind to be blown? Here's what you do:

1.) Grab a blender and 5 mason jars.
2.) Prepare 5 servings of your favorite healthy smoothie – green, fruit, avocado, banana, whatever suits your fancy! Here are a few ideas:
3.) Fill the mason jars up to the freezer fill line (or about an inch below the rim). This is an important step – it gives the liquid room to expand as it freezes, so your glass containers won't explode in the freezer!
4.) Place smoothie jars in the freezer.
5.) At night, before going to bed, remove one jar from the freezer and place it in the refrigerator! It will thaw overnight, and when you wake up refreshed from your beauty sleep, you'll have a delicious, fresh, healthy breakfast all ready to go!!
So now you know the secret to hacking your morning routine and saying to no to unhealthy cheat breakfasts. Just load up your freezer with mason jar smoothies on Sunday, remove one each night of the week and put it in the fridge to thaw until morning, and voila!

You're got a week's worth of yummy breakfasts that are great for your waistline, your wallet, and your morning routine :)

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Glad you like @nicolejb :) go ahead and give it a try!!
@allischaaff Okay! So I tried the coffee smoothie! Very delicious! Just a heads up, though, for anyone else interested in trying it: when the shake thaws, the coffee separates from the rest of the smoothie. I just mixed it up, again, so it didn't bother me, but the texture might bother some people. The only adjustment I made to the recipe listed above was some added protein powder.
Aha! Thanks so much for reporting back, @DaniVO!!! Much appreciated! :DDD <3 That's good to know. I bet nixing the ice from the original recipe and making more of a shake than a smoothie (or just drinking it with ice cubes the next day) would help with that, at least a little. I'll have to test that theory and let you know :) protein powder ftw!!! Get buff, girl ;D
this is a great idea. thanks
@LateashaChantae no problem! I hope it makes your mornings easy and healthy :)