A Christmas Breakfast Casserole You'll Love Waking Up To - RachaelRay.com. The trouble with Christmas morning is that you invariably get pulled in too many directions.
Toys need assembling. Batteries need to be found. Wrapping paper needs to be herded into trash bags. The family needs to be fed. And of course all you really want to do is sit with your cup of coffee and enjoy your kids enjoying their presents. I can't help you with the badly written assembly instructions or the suddenly MIA batteries or the mountains of paper, bows, and boxes. But I can share a recipe for a do-ahead breakfast casserole that at least will keep you out of the kitchen and in where the action is.
This simple casserole blends all the many things we - and our kids - love about a hearty, warm breakfast. To keep it simple, I started with a layer of frozen whole-grain waffles. And the real beauty of this dish is that it is best prepped the night before. For serving, you can keep it savory and eat it as-is. Christmas Breakfast Casserole Ingredients Instructions. Chia Seed Breakfast Bowl. My skin is not a happy camper lately.
I don’t know what’s up, but I know it’s ticked off. Angry. Inflamed. What’s the problem? That, my friends, is anyone’s guess. Not surprisingly, my family doctor suggested an allergy elimination diet and to examine my environment for possible culprits. Of course, skin flare ups could be from a billion things, including stress. As I’m leaving my doctor’s office she says, “Above all, DO NOT stress about the rashes. [Is it just me or do you get more stressed out when someone tells you not to stress?
She’s so right though. Of course, breakfast is a natural way to start the day on the right foot. The recipe below makes 2 servings so you can share it with a loved one or wrap up the leftovers for your next craving, which if you are like me won’t be far off. Chia Seed Breakfast Bowl I like mashed banana in this because it thickens the mixture while adding a lot of volume. Email, text, or print this recipe. Mini Frittata. My son started kindergarten this year.
And here it comes the picky eating adventure because he’s never been an easy feeder. When it comes to school lunch, I knew it’s going to be a drama. Many attempts had already been rejected, including these mini frittatas. I am still posting the recipe here because they are truly tasty. My daughter ate two in a row when they just came out of the oven. Good luck with your kids. Ingredients (8 mini frittatas): 6 large eggs 1/3 cup heavy cream 3 slices of deli meat of your choice (turkey, ham or roasted beef), roughly chopped a handful of baby spinach, briefly chopped 1/4 cup frozen corn 1/3 cup shredded cheese of your choice salt and pepper to taste Directions: Preheat oven to 350F.
Cheese and Bacon Breakfast Strata Cake (Bread Bake) Overnight Blueberry Baked Oatmeal Crisp - Flavor the Moments. Overnight Blueberry Baked Oatmeal Crisp is baked oatmeal assembled mostly the night before, then baked in the morning.
It’s topped with a coconut oil crumble that makes this like breakfast fruit crisp, so it’s perfect for that special brunch! You all know I love my oatmeal because I’ve told you so time and time again. I have two baked oatmeals here on the blog already (apple blackberry and blueberry morning glory), but this one takes the cake. It’s an overnight oatmeal/baked oatmeal/fruit crisp hybrid, and I’m so glad I made it.
So, so glad. If you’re not familiar with overnight oats, you simply toss old fashioned rolled oats with the milk of your choice, a bit of sweetener, and some cinnamon if you’re so inclined, and leave it in the fridge overnight. My thinking behind this Overnight Blueberry Baked Oatmeal Crisp was to get most of the oats to absorb the liquid before baking so that we can top them with a crispy, coconut oil crumble and make it like a breakfast crisp. Ingredients Notes.