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These mini loaves are packed with greens, which means you'll get one serving out of the way before the day gets going. Pretend your work commute is a beach vacay by sipping on one of these mango, strawberry, raspberry, or green smoothies. When all you have time to do is fry an egg but you still want your breakfast to be cute.
Okay, once you drown French Toast in maple syrup and butter, they aren't exactly healthy. But on their own? They're not so bad. Follow this recipe to make the best French toast ever. If you want to celebrate Taco Tuesday from morning 'til night These savory little pockets filled with eggs, spinach, cheese, and sun-dried tomatoes will take you back to your childhood self. Hot Pockets, anyone?!
The chocolate drizzle is recommended but not necessary okay, that's up for debate. Your blender isn't just for smoothies anymore. You can also use it to whip up this gluten-free batter in no time! Make a big sheet pan of this almond and oat granola bark and you'll be set for breakfast and snacks!
Go ahead and sleep in, because these creamy oats literally cook themselves overnight in the fridge. These protein-packed muffins come together in just 20 minutes. Pop 'em in the oven on Sunday night and breakfast is set for the week ahead. We ditched the crust for this low-carb skillet, but don't worry — we kept the bacon. Make it ahead of time and eat it all week.
This spinach- and cheddar-packed quiche only takes five minutes to make in the microwave — perfect for those mornings when you really just can't be bothered. This hot cereal recipe has got it all, packed with grains, raisins, and nuts. It only takes five minutes to make and will leave you feeling full until lunchtime. Combine bananas and berries for an energizing morning smoothie, with ginger and pineapple juice for an extra kick. If you only have ten minutes, but you're craving a good-as-dessert breakfast, this dish has your number.
Get your protein mix in two minutes flat by following this quick and easy recipe.
Quick and Easy Homemade Breakfast in 15 Minutes Or Less! - Living on a Dime To Grow Rich
Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Learn how your comment data is processed. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It's also served at the most hectic time of the day. And it's likely the first thing that gets cut when you hit the snooze button on your alarm too many times.
I mean really, your exhausted when you wake up and not even hungry. Breakfast is a great start to the day, it instills a healthy routine, keeps you satiated until lunch, gives you a nutritional balance and helps you set healthy habits to model to your family or future family. What an extra bonus? Eat Breakfast outside in early morning light, either on your deck or patio my favorite! If you know you're going to hit the snooze button no matter how much I try to convince you not too… Just start simple.
Look for make ahead options like our breakfast burritos, which are also portable. Just microwave for 90 seconds and take it with you. If even that isn't going to happen, pack protein bars, fruit, trail mix or peanut butter and granola bars in your car or on your desk. Know what your weakness is and trick yourself into achieving the desirable results. For weekdays, the only way for me to make pancakes is to make them ahead of time.
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Flip up a batch on the weekends and freeze them in groups of 3, wrapped in wax paper and then stored in freezer bags in the freezer. When your ready to eat, just remove a wax packet of 3, and microwave for 90 seconds. You can do the same to sausage patties or buy precooked sausage. While your microwaving the pancakes and sausage, heat a griddle with butter or cooking spray we use our misto with olive or canola oil , and break two eggs directly into pan and scramble with a fork.
Eat, then rinse your dishes if you don't have time to run the dishwasher. Total time: 7 minutes. You can do the packets, but making your own from a giant tub of quick oats takes the same amount of time. Measure out the oatmeal, add water, sprinkle with salt and microwave usually about two minutes.
Then add toppings. You can swirl in maple syrup and brown sugar or dice up an apple quickly then add walnuts and raisins. Whatever sounds good will work.
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Total time: 5 minutes chop the apple while it's microwaving if you want to add apple. Waffles with cherry topping and chocolate. This is my favorite decadent breakfast.
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I usually reserve it for special days although it actually isn't that unhealthy. Much better than donuts or cinnamon buns!
You can either make your own waffles ahead of time and freeze using the same method we used for pancakes, or buy premade frozen waffles. Add a scoop or two of canned cherry pie filling we use the no sugar added kind. Then sprinkle with chocolate chips. You can also do this with other pie fillings. Try blueberry and coconut flakes, apples with cinnamon and walnuts, strawberries with sliced bananas. Whatever you're in the mood for or have around the house. Total time: minutes depending on toppings and whether you want to warm your pie filling.
Breakfast pizza: English muffin version. Breakfast pizza is amazing, but takes a few minutes to cook. Why not do the same with English muffins or bagels? Just toast a bagel or muffin while you scramble an egg and sausage cut up the frozen sausage and just microwave it. I have given it to some friends and they've all liked it better than the French toast they usually make!
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By Bonnie Molleston. Sarah's Applesauce. Make your own applesauce at home with just apples, sugar, cinnamon, and this recipe. Sauteed Apples. Sweet, sauteed apples are great for breakfast, but you can serve them at any meal. The syrup from the apples is delicious on homemade pancakes or waffles. By E-Z Drop Biscuits. Quick and easy drop biscuits that taste great with butter and jam or plain with sausage and gravy. By Angela. Sausage Balls. Golden, tender and savory baked sausage balls.
By Stephanie. Chef John's Buttermilk Biscuits. Flaky, buttery buttermilk biscuits are perfect any time of day.
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