Food·Posted on Mar 14, 201615 Breakfasts You Can Eat With One Hand When You're Running LateSoak up those extra few minutes in bed.by Spoon UniversityBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Original article by Kirsten Andersen for Spoon University. 1. Blueberry Muffin Meredith Ross / Via spoonuniversity.com Skip your morning trip to the bakery and have one of these homemade blueberry muffins instead. Recipe here. 2. Rainbow Bagel Angela Pizzimenti / Via spoonuniversity.com Why order a regular bagel at the dining hall when you can make a legendary rainbow bagel the night before to eat on the way to class? Make it like this. 3. Toaster Waffle Marcus Jeffrey / Via spoonuniversity.com OK, you can't serve it like this and eat it with one hand — instead make it into a waffle sandwich like this BEC. 4. Green Smoothie Yonatan Soler / Via spoonuniversity.com The perfect balance between healthy and sweet, smoothies can act as a breakfast, snack, or even dessert. Make a green smoothie that actually tastes good with this recipe. 5. PB&J Sandwich Tarika Narain / Via spoonuniversity.com Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will always have your back. Find out how to take yours to the next level here, or just add bacon with this recipe. 6. Cold Pizza Jenn Durfey / Via spoonuniversity.com It’s a widely known fact that cold pizza is even better in the morning than it was the night before. Find out how to upgrade your leftover pizza here. 7. Breakfast Burrito Julie Mirliss / Via spoonuniversity.com If you have a few extra minutes to spare, whip up a quick breakfast burrito, the holy grail of hangover foods. Recipe here. 8. Homemade Pop-Tart Amanda Shulman / Via spoonuniversity.com Pop-Tarts taste like cake (or heaven) in a portable breakfast form. Make your own the night before, and you have the perfect on-the-go breakfast the next morning. Recipe here. 9. Oatmeal Cookies Kristine Mahan / Via spoonuniversity.com If it has the word “oatmeal” in it, it still qualifies as breakfast, right? And you won't believe these oatmeal raisin cookies are vegan and gluten-free. 10. Homemade Doughnuts Phoebe Melnick / Via spoonuniversity.com Make a batch of these homemade doughtnuts on the weekend, and you've got an entire week of one-handed breakfasts ahead of you. Make them like this. 11. English Muffin Caitlin Shoemaker / Via spoonuniversity.com Just pop 'em in the toaster while you tie your shoes, and you'll be off to class in no time. If you have 30 seconds to spare, add this homemade chia seed jam. 12. An Apple Olivia Mattyasovszky / Via spoonuniversity.com An apple a day keeps the doctor (and your hangover) away. Apples are great at detoxifying your liver and have a high water content to replenish your system. Grab one on the go, or turn it into apple chips with this recipe. 13. Coffee Amy Miller / Via spoonuniversity.com Caffeine counts as breakfast. Find out how you should be brewing your coffee here. 14. Croissant Kana Hamamoto / Via spoonuniversity.com Make your own Nutella-stuffed croissants with this recipe. 15. Snack Bar Alex Furuya / Via spoonuniversity.com A snack bar is the breakfast of someone who’s successfully keeping up the façade of having his or her life together. Make your own with this recipe, or see where your favorite brand ranks against other snack bars here. For more, check out Spoon University.