These 10 make-ahead breakfast ideas include recipes that can be made the night before and put in the oven in the morning, others that can be made and just need to be reheated, and others that can be made and frozen for a great breakfast on the go!
Make-Ahead Breakfast Ideas That Will Save You Time Later
And with the busy holiday season approaching, these make-ahead breakfast ideas will keep you ahead of the game!
Pumpkin French Toast Casserole by Marzia of Little Spice Jar
Yum! This pumpkin flavored french toast with a pecan streusel topping is sure to wow your guests! Marzia shares with us that these can be made as individual servings, too.
Skip the drive-thru line with this egg mcmuffin copycat recipe. Make ahead and freeze for a great breakfast on the go!
Cheesy Spinach Mini Frittatas by Marlynn of Urban Bliss Life
These can be made in just under 30 minutes for a great protein breakfast. Make the night before and simply reheat for 5 minutes in the morning.
Everything about this says holiday to me! Get the messy work done the night before and simply bake the next morning for a wow breakfast!
Make this for the vegetarian lovers or add the sausage for the meat lovers (which we are!) in your family. It’s so full of veggies and flavor! The entire casserole can be made and frozen for up to 3 months, or serve individual servings in freezer bags.
We recommend these pans if you wish to freeze the entire casserole. If you want to do smaller portions, this size pan is a good option. Not one for foil pans? These pans are freezer safe and come in different size options.
Jen shares a very simple recipe with us that is such a time saver! Make a big batch of these and stick in the freezer for a quick, delicious breakfast.
Baked Oatmeal Breakfast Cups by Izzy of She Likes Food
I love everything about these! What’s great about these is that the base is the same for all, so you can add the different ingredients of the different flavors you wish to make. You’re going to want to stock your freezer with these!
This 1/4 cup scoop is great for filling the muffin cups with little mess!
Omelet and Potato Breakfast Bites by Kristen of Ella Claire Inspired
These can be frozen as individual servings for a hearty, protein-filled breakfast. Pull from the freezer and pop in the microwave for just a couple of minutes. It can’t get much easier than that!
***Tip- make sure you use freezer bags over sandwich bags. If you use sandwich bags, they are going to get freezer burnt quickly.***
Made with sausage, eggs, cheese and peppers and rolled up just like a cinnamon roll. What a clever idea!
With just 5 ingredients and 5 minutes to make, it’s sure to be one you’ll want to try! The recipe was inspired by Starbucks.
These are some great Christmas morning breakfast ideas!