Look, I’m not really a “share my recipes online” kind of person, because I don’t really use recipes. I’m more of an intuitive cook. That said, I do have one recipe that I follow religiously and it’s these pancakes. They only have FOUR ingredients, so they’re fabulously easy to make.
Back in the summer, we featured a call-out to readers for their favorite easy breakfast ideas and you delivered. Y’all delivered so hard that I had to pull out the ideas into a post to share. The recipes are solid, easy, and sound guh-mazing. I’ve divided them into categories: oats and grains, stuff on toast, and yogurt and smoothies.
Prepare to be inundated with genius easy breakfast ideas straight from your fellow readers that will have you throwing yummies into bowls at break-neck pace.
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner — ever since I discovered I can make egg and avocado on toast in less than five minutes, it’s become my go-to meal when I’m short on time. In addition to being fast, it’s filling, full of protein, and only about 300 calories!
Since I can’t afford to go out to brunch every day, where I’d be able to fill my maw with eggcellent dishes (I’m sorry, you know I had to), I decided to learn how to make quiche myself. This is the easiest, quickest, and most affordable crustless quiche recipe…
I know what you’re thinking, is it really “instant” if I have to make it myself? There may be a lot of info here, but trust me, once you get the hang of it the prep is so easy a three year old could do it! It will take you less time to make this oatmeal than it will take to read this article.
If you’re trying to same some cash but still want yummy pre- or post-workout treat options, these no-bake protein snacks will save your butt (and help your butt with those squats!). Or if you’re not so into working out, they’re still rad as hell just for snacking and breakfast. And right now! Let’s grab the nearest mixing bowl and get to making these super easy no-bake little treats full o’ goodness.
Having guests over is very unfun if you’re stuck cooking for a large crowd in the kitchen. I’m always looking for ways to make food ahead of time so I can get to more socializing and less stirring on the fly. Here are my go-to easy breakfast recipes to serve a crowd, emphasis on EASY. Let’s see what we’re serving up…