10 Easy Breakfast Recipes You Can Prepare the Night Before

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For all you night owls!

© Secretsmagazine 10 Easy Breakfast Recipes You Can Prepare the Night Before

While many of us may pride ourselves to be party animals, there may not be that many who pride themselves on being morning people. The result being a hurried or skipped breakfast on several occasions. Here are a bunch of recipes that you can prepare the night before, so that you can start your day with a good breakfast. After all, your breakfast is deemed to be the most important meal of the day!


Frittatas

© little bites of everything Frittatas

Eggs make for great breakfast food. However, having boiled eggs, especially on a packed schedule, can get really boring. Try these amazing frittatas instead. This recipe gets an added bonus because you can make it on a Sunday night and portion it out for the rest of the week, reheating it in the morning. And since you can throw practically anything into it, it serves as a good way of cleaning your fridge of the leftovers of the week.

Prep process:  Make the frittatas at night and portion them out. Reheat and eat them in the morning.


Strawberry Waffle Sandwich

© ulive Strawberry Waffle Sandwich

Waffles have always served as a classic breakfast food. However, they can be made that much more fun by turning it into a special delight.

Prep process: At night- Make the filling. In the morning- Toast the waffles and assemble sandwich.


Breakfast sandwiches

© eatwholly Breakfast sandwiches

Everyone loves sandwiches for breakfast. They are healthy, filling and tasty. But the hassle of it all often puts us off when we’re in a rush in the morning. However, there are effective ways of making freezer-friendly breakfast sandwiches that you can make and store to see you through those rushed mornings.

Prep process: At night- Make the sandwich. In the morning- Heat and eat.


Chocolate walnut bread pudding

© Archanaskitchen Chocolate walnut bread pudding

For those who have a sweet tooth, this recipe is perfect to start the day.

Prep process: Make the pudding at night. Eat it cold the next morning!


Mango Lassi Smoothie

© naturalnoshing Mango Lassi Smoothie

This smoothie is perfect for a healthy start to your day that is as delicious as it is healthy.

Prep process: Make the smoothie at night. Drink it cold the next morning!


Yogurt cups

© wikimedia commons Yogurt cups

These fruity yogurt cups are bound to give your day the kick start that you need. Packed with fruity goodness, these fruit cups taste best cold.

Prep process: Make the cup at night. Eat it cold the next morning!


Crust-less Mini Quiches

© wickedgoodkitchen Crust-less Mini Quiches

These little morsels of heaven are as delicious as they are easy to make. It gets even better as you can throw in any fillings you like- even if it is just so that you can get rid of it from your pile of leftovers in the fridge.

Prep process: Make the batter and fill the moulds at night. Bake and serve hot the next morning!


Breakfast Egg Casserole

© foodieaholic Breakfast Egg Casserole

This breakfast snack can be easily be baked the night before, frozen and eaten in the morning.

Prep process: Make the batter and bake it at night. Thaw and serve hot the next morning!


Homemade mini idlis

© my love for cooking Homemade mini idlis

As Indians, idlis are undoubtedly one of our favourite breakfast foods. Using this recipe, you can now make your own mini idlis as a healthier choice. The best part is that you can make them the night before, store them and serve them with mulgapudi which you can buy from the market, thus saving yourself the hassle of preparing sambhar or coconut chutney. Alternately you can stir fry them with some onions and spices to pack an extra punch into your breakfast.

Prep process: Make the batter and steam the idlis at night. Heat and serve with mulgapudi mixed with ghee/oil the next morning.


Bacon and Egg Cupcakes

© gracefulleats Bacon and Egg Cupcakes

These savory cupcakes are a fun way to start your day.

Prep process: Line the cupcake tins with bacon and drop in the egg at night. Bake and serve hot the next morning.

 

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