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Egg and Toast Cups Recipe. Make Ahead Steel Cut Oats for Breakfast All Week. As much as we try to eat a solid breakfast every morning, with a busy schedule and a few extra snoozes of the alarm, it never seems to happen on a consistent basis.

Make Ahead Steel Cut Oats for Breakfast All Week

Combine that with the never-satisfying-enough banana on the run and we’re left lethargic, hurried, and worst of all, hungry! This post is here to change that. One of our favorite weekday breakfasts is oatmeal because it can be made in a snap and topped with a never-ending variety of additions like brown sugar, honey, dried fruit, nuts, and berries. While we typically stick to old fashioned oats from Monday through Friday, weekends are reserved for nutty, chewy, and unfortunately long-cooking steel cut oats.

Rolled oats take only a few minutes on the stove or microwave but steel cut oats take considerably longer, from 30-40, minutes on the stove. Until now. When you’re ready to eat, pull out a jar, add a splash of milk, and just reheat in the microwave for a breakfast on the go. Want an even easier way to take these on the go? Overnight, No-Cook Refrigerator Oatmeal. Don't miss my follow-up post to this one with8 MORE REFRIGERATOR OATMEAL FLAVORSplus FAQs and more tipsCLICK HERE This easy, no-cook "summer porridge" has make-ahead convenience and is packed with nutrition to get your day off to a healthy start.

Overnight, No-Cook Refrigerator Oatmeal

Make it in individual mason jars for a perfect serving size and an easy grab-and-go breakfast straight from the fridge (it's eaten cold). Take it along to work or anywhere. Great to serve on a breakfast or brunch buffet. High in protein, calcium & fiber; low in fat & sugar. Apparently this kind of cold yogurt & oatmeal mixture has been around for awhile. Breakfast Recipe: Slow Cooker Spiced Porridge for a Crowd. I love lazy holiday weekends, emphasis on the lazy.

Breakfast Recipe: Slow Cooker Spiced Porridge for a Crowd

This creamy slow-cooker porridge of steel-cut oats, dried fruits, and spices cooks overnight and is ready when we wake up. Perfect for when I have family visiting and want an easy breakfast that makes everyone happy. Make another pot of coffee and bring on the lazy morning! How To Make Oatmeal in Jars: One Week of Breakfast in 5 Minutes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn. I know you are always looking for healthy, make-ahead breakfasts, and I keep coming back to my all-time favorite: steel-cut oatmeal.

How To Make Oatmeal in Jars: One Week of Breakfast in 5 Minutes — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

With a little forethought and a few Mason jars, you can make enough steel-cut oats for a whole week in just five minutes. The result? Monday through Friday, you have a jar of wholesome oatmeal all ready to go. Pop it in the microwave at work and breakfast is served! Here's how I do it. Healthy and full of fiber, with a nutty creaminess that puts the mushiness of other porridges to shame, steel-cut oats are simply one of the best breakfasts you can eat.

Some people get around this by cooking them in the slow cooker (here is a great recipe with dried fruits and spices). But personally, I find that the slow cooker makes even steel-cut oats a bit too soft for my taste, and I usually don't want to make a big enough batch to fill my slow cooker. Most Definitely Worth It: Making a Pot of Oatmeal to Last You All Week. Wanna get organized?

Most Definitely Worth It: Making a Pot of Oatmeal to Last You All Week

Wanna do something good for yourself? Want this to be the best week ever? Okay, then. Go do this right now. Put 2 cups of steel-cut oats in a medium pot. Tomorrow morning, pack up the oatmeal and stick it in the fridge. In the AMs, add a splash of water to the oatmeal and reheat on the stove or in the microwave. Some ideas to keep it exciting: Bananas, Walnuts and Honey This was my breakfast probably 80% of days during culinary school. 20 Crowd-Pleasing Breakfast Casseroles for Christmas Morning. Christmas morning is always a feast for the senses.

20 Crowd-Pleasing Breakfast Casseroles for Christmas Morning

The smell of the tree, the hum of holiday music, and now, the rich and welcoming smell of a fresh-out-of-the-oven casserole. From an updated ham and cheese casserole — filled with fluffy eggs, pancetta, and Gruyére cheese — to a sweeter take, like lemon-scented baked French toast — here are 20 breakfast casseroles to make and serve at this year's Christmas brunch. Sweet Breakfast Casseroles 1. Cinnamon French Toast Casserole This creamy, gooey, crunchy, and slightly savory casserole is a far cry from your standard French toast. 2. This beautiful breakfast strata will win you over with its apple-cinnamon filling and not-too-sweet cream cheese glaze on top. 3. Whether you serve this rich, seasonal breakfast treat straight from the oven, or plate it up at room temperature for the late risers in the family, this is the kind of breakfast that makes Christmas morning a little more special. 4. 5.

Savory Breakfast Casseroles 6. Eggs. Breakfast. Bacon, Tomato and Cheddar Breakfast Bake with Eggs Recipe -Grace Parisi. Baked Breakfasts.