Easy Breakfast Recipes to Make Year-Round

Easy Breakfast Recipes to Make Year-Round

No matter who you are or where you’re from, there’s no doubt that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Skipping breakfast can delay essential body functions and cause you to be groggy at work and school until you get some food into your stomach. Although the side effects of skipping breakfast are unpleasant, so many people still choose to delay their first meal of the day. Some people cite that they’re too busy in the morning or don’t have enough ideas to keep breakfast exciting every day. Whatever the case may be, here are some easy breakfast recipes to follow that you can make any time of the year:

Eggs & toast

Simple. Easy. A classic. Eggs your way with a side of toast is a great high protein option for anyone looking to begin their day with a bang. Spice this dish with some hot sauce like sriracha or add some sweetness by slapping some strawberry preserves on the toast. Whatever you choose, it’ll be sure to give you the energy you need to have a productive day.

Pancakes

Whether they’re frozen or made from scratch with love, pancakes are an easy and versatile breakfast staple. They’re popular for a reason and are a crowd pleaser for even the pickiest of eaters. Boost the nutrition in this meal by adding some protein powder, superfoods powder or oats to the flapjacks to keep you and your crew fuller for longer.

Waffles

Just like pancakes, buttermilk waffles are a great breakfast option for people on the go – especially families! Think about it… what kid hasn’t started their day with a toaster waffle or two? You can elevate this dish by adding a berry compote or fresh whipped cream if you have the time to make it. 

French toast

A favorite breakfast food of many, french toast is also great at making your home smell like the perfect holiday candle. The cinnamon mixed in with the egg batter mixture fills the air with intoxicating aromas that will draw your entire family to the table. Put a tasty spin on this dish by using cinnamon or raisin swirl toast instead of plain white bread.

Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats

Speaking of holiday candles, pumpkin pie overnight oats is such an easy recipe for busy families on the go. Overnight oats of all flavors can be made overnight, so it is a true grab-and-go breakfast meal with nutrition. It’s also easy to make this in large batches to last you throughout the week!

Green Smoothie

If your kids are picky about eating their veggies but don’t think twice about indulging in a breakfast smoothie – here’s your chance to get them a serving or two. Green smoothies often get a bad rap for being too earthy and not tasty enough for kids. But kids go crazy for them when they’re made with their favorite fruits! Try using apple juice as a base, frozen pineapple, frozen green apple, frozen grapes, and frozen kiwi with a handful of spinach. Your kid will enjoy their favorite fruit flavors while also getting in a secret serving of veggies. 

Sous vide eggs

The best part about sous vide eggs is that they’re endlessly customizable. Bonus points for being super simple and easy to make as well. You can purchase sous vide egg makers or make them from scratch in mason jars. Both recipes using either method can be easily found online.

Fresh fruit & cereal

One of the simplest ways to have a balanced breakfast is by combining fruit with breakfast cereal. Consider combinations like Wheaties and bananas, GrapeNuts and blueberries, Chex and strawberries, etc. The list goes on and on. Be creative and try an outlandish combo – it might just be the next best breakfast. 

Homemade PopTarts

Packaged PopTarts are good for on-the-go families but can be rather bland and lack nutritional value. PopTart might not even make a pastry that includes your favorite fruit. Make some baking memories with your family or indulge in self-care in the kitchen by baking homemade PopTarts. Don’t forget to make crazy-colored icing!

Chocolate chip breakfast cookie

One of the most filling options on this list, the chocolate chip breakfast cookie is a great option for people looking to keep mid-day cravings at bay. Start your day with a gooey chocolate chip cookie made of oats, milk, and other household ingredients. It can be made in the oven but is most popularly prepared in an air fryer.

Oatmeal with toppings

Oatmeal is a quick, easy, timeless, and delicious breakfast option for everyone. If you crave variety in your life – create a different kind of oatmeal topping for every day of the week. Monday can be maple and brown sugar, Tuesday is blueberries and cream, Wednesday will be apples and cinnamon, Thursday can be raisins and honey, and Friday can be a wildcard like chocolate chips or even a berry compote with whipped cream. Make it fun!

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