Quick and Easy Morning Meals For Your Children
Quick and Easy Morning Meals. Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, and one of our favorites, but it’s also a tough one! We have to come up with breakfast ideas before we’ve even had coffee and that’s just, well, it can feel like a really tall order.
Soft-Scrambled Eggs, please
Ideally served with a big slab of toasted bread and some good, flaky sea salt. If you like your scrambled eggs hard and rubbery. We’re OK with that (kind of), but this recipe probably isn’t for you. This scrambled egg recipe yields the creamiest, fluffiest, most silky eggs your kitchen has ever seen. And while you can add stuff to it—Parmesan, cream cheese, hot sauce, fresh herbs. These soft-scrambled eggs stand alone, as-is. As a stunning testament to the levels of greatness that can be achieved when the simplest of ingredients are paired with just a little bit of culinary technique.
Baking a batch of this zucchini bread—which we humbly present to you as the BEST zucchini bread recipe on earth. Will make your house smell like a home, and it’ll make whoever you share them with feel special as only a warm-from-the-oven zucchini muffin can. One steaming, cinnamon-scented bite rights the wrongs of the day.
German pancakes, often called Dutch Baby pancakes are baked pancakes made from eggs, milk, flour and vanilla. The pancakes are baked in a metal or cast-iron pan. Puff up in the oven and then fall as they cool.
Baked French Toast Casserole
Baked French Toast is a quick and easy overnight casserole that tastes great and can be completely made ahead of time. I’m in love with breakfasts you can make ahead of time and simply throw in the oven in the morning. Like Breakfast Casserole, or Overnight Cinnamon Rolls are a great idea to pre bake too! Plus your kids will surly love to have some of this before school.
Simple Oat Scones
Simple oat scones. Moist and tender, with a nutty richness from the addition of quick oats. They’re best enjoyed right out of the oven alongside a big jar of homemade raspberry jam. This idea might be more of a weekend breakfast idea, but come around on Monday they are still perfect for a quick grab and go. If you’re feeling really generous—a bowl of clotted cream will go perfectly with this wonderful morning treat.
Leftover Breakfast Casserole
No mess or work in the morning! Just wake up and pop it in the oven, making it the perfect breakfast for Christmas morning, baby showers, brunch, or even just a regular busy weekday! Leftovers reheat great to enjoy for several days. Easy to adapt based on your own preferences.
The flakey, buttery delight of a warm biscuit is so comforting and perfect for a shmear of jam or dipping in gravy, but it can often seem like a ton of effort to whip up a batch.
Ham & Cheese Brunch Bake
After your first bite of this amazing (and easy to make) brunch bake, you’ll want to make it almost every morning. This breakfast casserole is also our FAVORITE way to feed a crowd. It’s got all your favorite breakfast components: a little egg, a little cured meat, bread, and cheese. All you need is a glass of OJ and a mug full of java and you’ve got a perfect start to your morning. Its also a perfect way to use any leftover ham from dinner the night before.
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