If your mornings are anything like ours, they probably involve lots of chaos and a mad breakfast dash . But make one of the following morning muffins in advance, and you can be assured your kids will won't go to school hungry. From a muffin that tastes just like a jelly doughnut to healthier versions loaded with berries and even some savory ingredients, these muffins make for a great grab-and-go breakfast so easy your kids can even eat them in the car!
Jelly Doughnut Muffins
What2Cook's jelly doughnut muffins  might not be the healthiest breakfast option, but your kids will appreciate the splurge!
Raspberry Chocolate Chip Muffins
Sally's Baking Addiction's raspberry chocolate chip muffins  balance out decadent dark chocolate with healthy and yummy fresh raspberries.
Like Mother Like Daughter's bakery style strawberry muffins  use fresh strawberries, limited sugar, and a sweet crumb topping.
Lemon Blueberry Muffin Bread
Who says muffins have to be muffin-shaped? Eat, Live, Run's lemon blueberry muffin bread  is easy to make and slice up for your little ones.
Ham and Cheese Muffins
Protein, dairy, and whole grains in one easy-to-serve dish? These ham and cheese muffins  from Weelicious  combine it all and can even be made in advance, frozen, and defrosted as needed, each morning!
The Curvy Carrot's cinnamon muffins  are the perfect Fall breakfast, complete with a cinnamon swirl filling and a cinnamon streusel topping.
Blueberry Lemon Muffins With Cinnamon Sugar Topping
Your kids will probably ask for seconds after they try Marshalls Abroad's lemon yogurt muffins . Fresh blueberries and lemon zest add fresh flavors, Greek yogurt makes them moist, and the cinnamon and raw sugar on top gives them a sweet crunch.
Feta and Olive Oil Muffins
Adventurous eaters and lovers of all things savory will love this recipe! Leaving the butter behind — and using olive oil in its place — Cat Cora's created a lighter and healthier, version of some sweet cakes for hungry kids. These feta and olive oil cakes  don't require much baking time so they can be quickly prepared in the morning or the night before.