Multi-Serving Breakfast Recipes: Egg and Oatmeal Bakes
I don’t have time to make breakfast every morning, but prefer something healthy and home cooked. Do you have any recipes that are easy to prepare over the weekend so I can eat ‘em all week long?
Hungry Girl on the Go
True story: Studies show that people who eat breakfast weigh LESS than morning meal skippers! But whipping something up every single morning can seem daunting. Multi-serving breakfast bakes are the way to go… Check out these recipes!
Egg BakesForget single-serve scrambles or omelettes… Combine all your favorite veggies, cheeses, and proteins into one delicious egg bake. Use a muffin pan for portion control (and adorableness) or bake up a family-sized casserole in the slow cooker or oven. Either way, the result is DELICIOUS!
Oatmeal BakesGrowing oatmeal and overnight oats aren’t the only oat-based breakfasts I enjoy. These hearty oatmeal bakes are insanely filling and delicious!
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Hey, it’s November, a.k.a. National Raisin Bread Month! Celebrate with this raisin-studded bread pudding for one, made in a mug…
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