Don't settle for cold cereal when you're craving a warm bowl of oatmeal. Instead, think ahead, and make these oatmeal cups (complete with toppings) in advance. Then just heat them up in the microwave!
Prep this loaded breakfast casserole the night before, then bake in the morning before your hungry crowd arrives at the table. With bacon, eggs, hash browns, and cheese, this savory pie combines all of our favorite breakfast ingredients into one scrumptious bite.
Overnight oats are always a delicious and easy go-to breakfast on busy mornings. Prep and chill the night before, then just add your favorite toppers (we recommend strawberries, coconut, and orange zest) and go.
You can never go wrong with chocolate pancakes at breakfast, but making them one at a time on your griddle can be time-consuming. That's where these make-ahead pancakes come in. You can freeze them for up to 2 months, so you'll never be without a pancake when cravings kick in.
Ideal for grabbing on your way out the door, this make-ahead recipe lets you have dessert for breakfast (but in a healthy way). We promise you won't notice the shredded carrots and zucchini—especially once you mix in cranberries, pecans, and brown sugar.
Not only did we manage to turn the burrito into a make-ahead meal, but we also upgraded it to breakfast food with eggs and hash browns. If you're skeptical about chicken for breakfast, you can also swap in ham, pork sausage, or bacon.
Decadent Gruyere cheese and bacon combine with fresh mushrooms and thyme to create a full-flavor filling surrounded by a flaky piecrust for the ultimate make-ahead breakfast.
These yummy scones can be made then frozen up to two months in advance. Don't you want to be known as the person who always has scones on hand?
The secret to this blueberry-studded breakfast casserole is pockets of luscious, melty cream cheese. Top it off with your favorite breakfast syrup for a sweet finish.
Simple scissor work is all it takes to give this gorgeous tea ring its unique look. A final drizzle of orange-flecked icing makes it irresistible.
Not only are these peanut butter bites easy to make, they're also easy to grab on the go. Thanks to rolled oats and PB, they'll keep you full for a while, too.
Sausage, poblano peppers, and oregano flavor this colorful Mexican-style dish. A sprinkling of queso fresco adds a delicious finishing touch.
The day before you're making a big breakfast, prep these gourmet cinnamon rolls. The next morning, it's just as easy as baking the store-bought kind—but they taste better.
This beautiful braided bread is worth a little extra effort for the tender, spicy-sweet results. It makes an exciting addition to your brunch buffet or a hearty snack for holiday guests.
Chopped peaches and prosciutto add a distinct sweet and salty twist to the classic cornmeal muffin. For added sweetness, serve them with honey or peach preserves; if you prefer a saltier flavor, serve with butter.
Hosting a brunch? Make this pretty and delicious casserole the night before. With sourdough bread and crumbled bacon on top, your guests will eat it right up.
Tart, citrusy, and buttery, this slightly crumbly cake is perfect when paired with coffee for breakfast. Pecans or walnuts work in place of almonds, if you prefer.
Shredded apple, spices, and a dusting of cinnamon-sugar give these donuts fabulous fall flavor. And because they’re baked and not fried, you can indulge without guilt.
The souffle is spread in a shallow pan and baked, then topped with ham and cheese and rolled into a spiral. The result is an elegant brunch entree that’s sure to impress.
Layer upon rich, decadent layer of sausage, cheese, pasta, potatoes, and creamy Alfredo sauce will satisfy even the largest appetite. If you have any chives or green onion left over, sprinkle them on top for a fresh garnish and a pop of color.
Baking fruit-filled oatmeal is an excellent way to use up any leftover fruit in the house. Don’t worry about which fruits work together best—any combination is delicious in this recipe.
Gooey caramel, crunchy pecans, and tender bread are an unforgettable taste sensation for anyone with a sweet tooth at breakfast.
The classic Denver omelet is transformed into a one-dish meal complete with veggies, meat, English muffins, cheese, and, of course, eggs. Serve with a side of your favorite fresh fruit to hit all the food groups.
Chocolate croissants are a staple at any pastry counter. You'll quickly discover you can create an equally delicious treat at home in a jiffy with this shortcut make-ahead version.