Goodful·Posted on Jul 16, 201527 Healthy Breakfasts Under 400 Calories For When You're In A RushBecause hectic mornings shouldn't keep you from enjoying the best meal of the day.by Shannon RosenbergBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed 1. Avocado Toast sacramentostreet.com Because avocados. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 2 toasts365 calories7.9 g protein23.6 g fat186 mg sodium44.6 g carbohydrates (2.5 g sugar, 16.7 g fiber) 2. Vegan Chocolate and Banana Chia Pudding fascinatingfoodworld.com This chocolate pudding is prepared with chia seeds so that you won't be 'hangry' before lunch. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 cup172 calories4.3 g protein5.1 g fat86 mg sodium36 g carbohydrates (14.5 g sugar, 7.8 g fiber) 3. Herbed Ricotta & Tomato Toast recipegeek.com Each toast is light, tangy, and packs 16.1 grams of protein. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 toast227 calories16.1 g protein9 g fat297 mg sodium21.7 g carbohydrates (3.5 g sugar, 4.7 g fiber) 4. Berry Beautiful Overnight Oats liveanddiet.com Take a few minutes to throw the ingredients together the night before, and easily grab and go in the morning. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 bowl235 calories8 g protein6 g fat0 mg sodium38 g carbohydrates (10 g sugar, 7 g fiber) 5. PB and J Yogurt Parfait eatineatout.ca This parfait makes a great pre-workout breakfast because it's filled with simple carbs and has 13 grams of protein. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 cup315 calories13 g protein14.3 g fat129 mg sodium35.8 g carbohydrates (20.1 g sugar, 10.3 g fiber) 6. Egg and Vegetable Breakfast Sandwich foodiecrush.com Bagel thins are a great alternative for people who can't get enough of the starchy breakfast favorite. Make this sandwich with egg whites, avocado, and red bell peppers for a boost in protein, vitamin C, and fiber. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 sandwich371 calories30.9 g protein13.1 g fat637 mg sodium36.4 g carbohydrates (6.8 g sugar, 10.9 g fiber) 7. Waffle PBJ-Wich greatist.com Throw this gooey waffle-wich together in just five minutes. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 sandwich385 calories12 g protein24.2 g fat400 mg sodium34.4 g carbohydrates (4.8 g sugar, 4.9 g fiber) 8. Ham, Egg, and Avocado Breakfast Burrito tone-and-tighten.com Make this hearty breakfast burrito with egg whites and part-skim mozzarella to get the nutritional info listed below. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 burrito400 calories16.4 g protein24.2 g fat635 mg sodium35.8 g carbohydrates (1.1 g sugar, 10.2 g fiber) 9. Egg White and Avocado Salad Toast eat-yourself-skinny.com Avocado, eggs, and turkey bacon make this simple toast delicious AF, and just one packs a whopping 16.9 grams of protein. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 toast238 calories16.9 g protein13.8 g fat342 mg sodium17.7 g carbohydrates (3 g sugar, 6 g fiber) 10. Sweet Potato and Spinach Breakfast Bowl popsugar.com Roast the sweet potato (instead of pan frying) and use only a 1/4 teaspoon of Kosher salt to get the nutritional info below. Get the recipe here.Serving Size: 1 bowl245 calories6 g protein17.3 g fat477 mg sodium35.8 g carbohydrates (4.8 g sugar, 4.9 g fiber) 11. Coffee Protein Muffins southerninlaw.com Set aside 30 minutes on the weekend to make these yummy, gluten-free muffins and have a breakfast for the rest of the week. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 2 muffins104 calories4.5 g protein4.8 g fat46 mg sodium10.7 g carbohydrates (7.7 g sugar, 1 g fiber) 12. Healthy Egg Muffin Cups showmetheyummy.com Loaded with vegetables, high in protein, and low in calories. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 2 egg muffins96 calories7.4 g protein5.4 g fat74 mg sodium4.8 g carbohydrates (2.4 g sugar, 1.4 g fiber) 13. Berry Flag Toast toasterovenlove.com A light breakfast that tastes just as good as it looks. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 toast207 calories10.4 g protein10.7 g fat229 mg sodium19.5 g carbohydrates (4.6 g sugar, 3 g fiber) 14. Peanut Butter Cookie Energy Bars Kari Peters / Via gi365.co If sweet breakfasts are your thing, you're going to love these peanut butter cookie bars that surprisingly only have 6.6 grams of sugar. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 bar159 calories6 g protein11.2 g fat51 mg sodium11 g carbohydrates (6.6 g sugar, 2.5 g fiber) 15. Purple Protein Smoothie cookwithlife.com This refreshing smoothie is loaded with 32.7 grams of protein, which will help keep you full and energized throughout the day. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 2 smoothies292 calories32.7 g protein4.7 g fat312 mg sodium32.7 g carbohydrates (9.9 g sugar, 6.4 g fiber) 16. Pecan Caramel Granola Bars vegandoesit.com These all natural, vegan bars are high in fiber, iron, magnesium, and calcium. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 bar176 calories3.6 g protein6.6 g fat1 mg sodium28.3 g carbohydrates (12.2 g sugar, 4.1 g fiber) 17. Whole-Wheat Apple Sauce Waffles slimsanity.com This simple recipe is easy to whip up and yields seven waffles per batch. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 waffle226 calories5 g protein13 g fat250 mg sodium33 g carbohydrates (12 g sugar, 5 g fiber) 18. Smoked Salmon & Cucumber Wraps blog.williams-sonoma.com Working salmon into your morning routine is great because it's an awesome source of protein, potassium, B12, and omega-3 fatty acids. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 wrap169 calories11.7 g protein6.9 g fat678 mg sodium15.6 g carbohydrates (2.6 g sugar, 2.6 g fiber) 19. Superfood Mint Cacao Nib Green Smoothie ambitiouskitchen.com This surprisingly low-cal smoothie has a ridiculous 23.1 grams of protein and as an added bonus it tastes just like mint-chip ice cream. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 Smoothie270 calories23.1 g protein6.6 g fat33.1 g carbohydrates (15.9 g sugar, 5.1 g fiber) 20. Avocado and Egg Breakfast Bowl popsugar.com Hardboiled eggs and avocado makes for a low-carb, high-fiber, and protein-heavy meal. Add soy sauce, hot sauce, or salt and pepper for extra flavor. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 bowl333 calories13.1 g protein28.4 g fat145 mg sodium9.8 g carbohydrates (1.2 g sugar, 7 g fiber) 21. Hawaiian Acai Bowl refinery29.com This Hawaiian favorite is an antioxidant heaven, and can be made in under 10 minutes. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 bowl331 calories7.8 g protein15.3 g fat52 mg sodium73.4 g carbohydrates (39.9 g sugar, 13.2 g fiber) 22. Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie edibleperspective.com Breakfast that tastes like an oatmeal cookie. YUM. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 smoothie320 calories9.3 g protein13.9 g fat95 mg sodium44.8 g carbohydrates (15.8 g sugar, 7.7 g fiber) 23. Steel Cut Oatmeal perpetualnomming.blogspot.com Oats are great because they contain lots of soluble fiber, which helps regulate your blood sugar levels. You can toast the oats in coconut oil and add any type of fruit toppings you desire for extra flavor. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 mug115 calories2.7 g protein4.7 g fat8 mg sodium16.1 g carbohydrates (2.4 g sugar, 2.1 g fiber) 24. Easy Breakfast Roll-Ups homecookingmemories.com Add whatever veggies, meats, and cheeses, you want to these simple, easy to pack roll-ups. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 roll-up235 calories14.7 g protein14.4 g fat270 mg sodium12.5 g carbohydrates (0.8 g sugar, 2.2 g fiber) 25. Banana Applesauce Muffins fromaway.com Microwave a few muffins before leaving the house and easily enjoy a warm and comforting breakfast on the road. Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 muffin91 calories2.0 g protein0.6 g fat155 mg sodium20.8 g carbohydrates (11.6 g sugar, 1.6 g fiber) 26. Pumpkin Protein Bars Recipe foodfaithfitness.com The spiced, crunchy coating makes it taste like you're biting into a piece of pumpkin pie. Get the recipe here.Serving Size: 2 bars154 calories10.6 g protein10.6 g fat45 mg sodium28.5 g carbohydrates (14.9 g sugar, 3.6 g fiber) 27. Apple Vanilla Greek Yogurt Pancakes kimscravings.com One stack of these pancakes packs 17.8 grams of protein and is only 296 calories. Nom. Nom. Nom. Get the recipe here.Serving Size: 5 pancakes296 calories17.8 g protein2.9 g fat94 mg sodium50.1 g carbohydrates (19 g sugar, 6.5 g fiber) Want awesome health tips in your inbox twice a week? Sign up for the BuzzFeed Health & Beauty newsletter!