We all know the struggle of finals. What's even worse is that most of us have crappy breakfasts because, well, it's college and a lot of us don't even have kitchens. Here is a list of all the morning foods I've tried and have found to be easy to make and super yummy. The best part: these are all breakfasts made in your dorm.

1. PB, Fruit and Granola Wrap

This breakfast is pretty much ideal. Slice up some apples and bananas, add some granola, top it off with peanut butter, and wrap it up. It's amazing what you're able to make when you put your mind to it.

2. Avocado and Egg Sandwich

Believe it or not, this is something you can make in your dorm. Eggs can easily be made in a microwave, and then you can toast your bread, spread that delicious avocado, and top it off with the egg and some veggies. Trust me when I say that after eating this, you'll be ready to go.

3. Berry Breakfast

This is pretty much the most simple, healthy breakfast that will prepare you for the studying/test-taking you have ahead of you. There are a bunch of health benefits that berries have including antioxidants and anti-cancer properties. Throw your favorite berries in a bowl and top them off with some chia seeds for an added boost of ~healthy~. 

4. Yogurt Granola Parfait

The way I enjoy this breakfast most is by using strawberry-blueberry flavored yogurt (it adds flavor). Pour your desired amount of granola in, and you're set! Simple and sweet.

#SpoonTip: Add some fresh fruit to spark up your morning.

5. Berry Smoothie

Blend blueberries strawberries, and bananas, along with some chia seeds on top. This is one of the most refreshing breakfasts you can make.

6. Chocolate Almond Milkshake

This is a great breakfast, because both almonds and chocolate work as energizers. It'll wake you right up in the morning, and doubles as a comforting drink. You'll feel relaxed enough to start the day stress free.

7. Cream Cheese and Lox To-Go

This is my absolute #1 favorite breakfast. It's super simple (should only take you a few minutes to make), not messy at all, and there's barely any cleanup (always a plus).