Give yourself a break on busy mornings with make-ahead breakfasts that are ready for eating whenever you are. Whip up the wholesome recipes when you have the time, then enjoy the fruits of your labor when another soggy bowl of cereal just won't cut it. From weekend-ready baked French toast and breakfast casseroles to savory burritos and mini egg muffins that can be devoured on the go, these meals will take the stress out of preparing a good breakfast and brighten your mornings any day of the week.
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Use sliced white bread to make this flavorful overnight sausage and egg breakfast casserole, which gets cheesy flavor from plenty of cheddar. Make it the night before and keep in the fridge for easy baking in the morning. You can swap in turkey sausage for the meat if you want.
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With just a handful of ingredients, you can whip up these fun sausage, egg, and cheese breakfast burritos to microwave and enjoy anytime. This recipe wraps up the ingredients in a large flour or corn tortilla, but go ahead and add your own favorites to the filling, such as frozen hash brown potatoes, onions, or minced jalapeno peppers.
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Wow your family or holiday guests with an irresistible baked bananas Foster French toast casserole inspired by a famous New Orleans dessert. The combination of bananas, vanilla, and caramel sauce is impressive enough to serve at weekend brunch or for special occasions. Make it the night before to bake in the morning, or freeze unbaked up to one month, thawing in the fridge when ready to cook.
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Opa! These Greek mini frittatas with Greek cheese and seasonings are prepared in muffin tins and make an excellent portable snack on busy days. This recipe includes onion and red bell pepper, but you can include any other fresh chopped vegetables you have on hand. Freeze in airtight plastic bags up to one month and quickly reheat in the microwave to serve.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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This simple make-ahead recipe for sausage and cheddar-filled biscuits freezes like a dream. Reheat them straight from frozen for a quick hand-held breakfast that will fill you up when you're rushing out the door. You can also add chopped onions to the meaty filling for an extra savory flavor.
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This moist, lightly-spiced coffee cake with brown sugar cinnamon crumb topping makes a wonderful weekend treat you will want to snack on all day. Bake the cake with topping, then store in the fridge up to a week before serving, or cut into slices and freeze in heavy-duty freezer wrap for up to three months.
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What are Swedish pancakes? They're thin pancakes similar to French crepes, but with pretty bubbles on the surface that form from the seltzer water in the batter. Scented with vanilla and sweetened with sugar, they make an elegant breakfast you can prepare and freeze for quick microwave reheating. Top with strawberry jam and a sprinkle of powdered sugar.
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These quinoa egg muffins with spinach are actually crustless mini quiches. They are vegetarian, gluten-free, and high in protein thanks to the inclusion of quinoa. They also freeze well for a make-ahead breakfast on the go, stored in airtight plastic bags in the freezer for up to one month.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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This flavorful broccoli quiche fills a store-bought pastry shell with a nutritious filling of broccoli, cheese, and mushrooms. Prepare it up to three days ahead and store in the fridge or wrap the dish tightly in foil and freeze up to three months. To reheat, defrost in the fridge overnight, then bake covered to heat through.
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This crock pot breakfast casserole cooks while you sleep, so you can wake up to a satisfying breakfast. Refrigerated hash brown potatoes, eggs, ham, green and red bell peppers, and plenty of cheddar cheese team up to form a hearty dish your family is sure to love. Freeze it easily for reheating later too, wrapped in heavy-duty foil up to three months.