Big Batch Breakfast Recipes to Make on Sunday (and Eat All Week)
Breakfast is something we all struggle with. We’re feeling this especially right now, as we try to make the most of summer, while still preparing ourselves for back-to-school/back-to-work/back-t0-normal routines. The best way to check breakfast off your morning to-do list? Prep it ahead of time. Carve out a little time on Sunday to make one big batch breakfast that you and your family can enjoy all week long without having to even think about it.
Here are 7 ideas to inspire you.
1. Overnight Steel Cut Oats from Well Plated by Erin
Steel cut oats are an extra-hearty and comforting breakfast but they take quite a long time to cook. Here they soften overnight while you sleep so you can wake up to a perfect bowl without having to wait.
2. Sheet Pan Veggie Frittata from Kitchn
Toss just about any mix of vegetables you have on hand into this customizable frittata. Then enjoy it in slabs in the morning or tuck a square between a split and toasted English muffin for an impromptu egg sandwich.
3. How to Batch Prep Breakfast Sandwiches from Simply Sissom
Speaking of sandwiches, clear out freezer space for these and your future self will definitely thank you. They can be rewarmed quickly in the microwave or toaster oven and can be made with a mix of different fillings.
4. Best-Ever Egg Muffins from Delish
These savory egg muffins can be eaten warm, room temperature, or cold, depending on your mood and how much time you have. They also freeze well if you want to make a double batch to store for a future busy week.
5. Grab and Go Breakfast Cookies from The Picky Eater
These lightly sweetened breakfast cookies are filled with good things like oats and dried fruit. Yet, they manage to feel like a total treat – and pair exceptionally well with your cup of coffee.
6. Vegetarian Breakfast Egg Burritos from A Cedar Spoon
If you have vegetables leftover from dinner, use them to make these breakfast burritos come together even faster.
7. The Easiest Homemade Granola from Foodal
While it’s easy enough to pick up a bag of granola from the grocery store, it’s often not the healthiest choice. It’s truly just as easy to make it yourself and pair it with your favorite yogurt for a quick breakfast.