If you are looking for easy to make breakfast recipes for your busy morning, you are at the right place.
These are make-ahead breakfasts, which are freezer-friendly and will save you more time!
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Look, I may not a busy mom but my job takes the most time of my day. Here’s why:
I try to make my day as productive as I can so that when I wake up, I drink my morning coffee and eat breakfast.
Most of the days, I prefer something quick for breakfast. Preferably healthy and quick.
This is why make-ahead breakfasts come in handy. It keeps me on my budget and it’s easy to do.
I also realized these freezer-friendly breakfast recipes prevent me from eating otherwise processed and unhealthy foods.
Freezer-Friendly recipes will help you save and spend less on food!
For dinner, I cook a meal that can be eaten for 2-3 days, so that the dinner budget is kept on track.
Here are some tips that could help you get into this make-ahead meal prep:
Tip #1: Start with simple recipes
I remember the first time when I made a big batch of breakfast burritos, I found the process overwhelming.
As a beginner, I tried to make various burrito fillings to make them less boring.
For example, you can prepare a 10-day batch at first and make 2 types of fillings.
If you’re loving it and want to go a step further, you can try making a bigger batch of 20 days with 3-4 different fillings
Me personally, I will do 2 fillings x 15 days batch.
It gets easier with time and I’m not messing up too much my kitchen.
Tip #2: Make space in your freezer
Lesson learned that when I do meal prep, it’s best to reorganize your space in the freezer compartment.
You would not want to mix your frozen chicken with your freezer breakfast.
My best advice is to separate your frozen cooked meals separately from the other groceries.
Tip #3: Invest in some good freezer containers
Not only these freezer containers are great for storing waffles, pancakes or casseroles, but they will also help to organize your freezer.
By having your own freezer containers, you don’t use disposable ones and that’s a thumbs up for the environment!
Did you know Freezer-Friendly Meals can keep you on your diet?
#1 Breakfast Burrito
The breakfast burrito is a staple for make-ahead breakfast or lunch.
Easy to make, pop in the freezer for one month and reheat it every time you want to eat. Try this recipe to make it yourself!
My favorite thing to add to this is spinach, you can add frozen or fresh spinach to make it more healthy.
Defrost the spinach in microwave and add to the filling mix. I eat this with a cup of warm green tea for lunch!
Need a recipe for 3 weeks straight? Why not try these sandwiches for easy on the go breakfast.
Heat up the sandwiches in the microwave while preparing yourself to work and grab it before you leave home.
Your morning will be much easier!
I gotta share this because it’s my personal favorite. These banana oatmeal pancakes are the best ever!
It’s healthy and filling you up. Two pieces of pancakes, drizzle them with some maple syrup and fresh blueberries or strawberry.
It tastes the best!
These low carb breakfast casseroles are a perfect meal for a large group. Great for a week’s worth of breakfast and easy to make.
These smoothie recipes are one of my go-to recipes to eat after a workout.
When you mix it with protein powder, it makes a healthy breakfast option after a workout. It fills you up until lunchtime!
Save more time by reheating these freezer-ready meals and Focus on what matters
If you are a sweet tooth like my husband, you will love this recipe.
Since I have a stomach that can’t digest regular whole milk in the morning, a dairy-free breakfast option is what I prefer.
Since I have no problem with almond milk, these blueberry muffins are great for me.
Bored with burritos? Try these frittatas! Packed with protein and a great option for kids too!
#8 Oatmeal bars
There’s something about oatmeal that I love to add to my breakfast.
It’s filling you up and give you fiber at the same time.
Instead of plain oatmeal porridge, why not make these oatmeal breakfast bars.
Great when you’re craving for chocolate in the morning!
What I love from this waffle recipe that it is a mix of flour and sweet potato.
At least, I am not feeling so guilty in the morning eating a lot of carbs!
Sweet potato is known to be a good source of carbs (as long as you don’t overeat it).
And because I am a carb-lover girl, I can eat this without feeling too much guilt!
#10 Banana bread
If you love to eat bread in the morning, this banana bread recipe is perfect for you.
Pair it with green tea and you get yourself a healthy breakfast.
All of these freezer-friendly breakfast recipes are easy to make and you can save more money at the same time.
It sounds like a win in my book!
Let me know in the comments which recipes you would love to try?
My two favorite recipes are breakfast burritos and pancakes! You gotta try them!
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