If you are anything like me, you probably find yourself making the same thing everyday for breakfast. Even at the grocery store, I tend to load my cart up with the same old, boring things every week. I’m perfectly fine with eating eggs and fruit every morning for breakfast, but my family (especially the kids!) love it when I make something a little more exciting, so I’ve decided to make it a family tradition to cook or bake up something fun for breakfast every Sunday morning. That’s what Sundays are for, right!? That and wearing your pajamas the entire day.
I especially like the recipes that are fun and easy to make for a crowd– I’m thinking Christmas morning! I’ve found that muffin tins are excellent for making individual sized breakfast cups to serve a lot of people fast. There are so many possibilities, and a lot of these recipes are really quick and easy, too.
1. Fruit Ring Pancakes
It doesn’t get any easier than this! And because the fruit is naturally sweetened, you could get away with serving these without any syrup at all. Perhaps use a whole grain batter to keep it on the healthier side, too. I would add a little cinnamon to the batter for the apple rings (it would almost be like apple pie!). I think the kids will especially enjoy this easy recipe. Go check out the full instructions for these creative pancakes over at Betty Crocker.
2. PB & Banana Quesadillas
Quesadillas for breakfast! That’s what I’m talking about. Gooey bananas and peanut butter with a crispy outer shell is almost guaranteed to be heavenly. Go check out the instructions for these over at Budget Bytes— if you like step-by-step photo instructions like me, you will love this site! She even breaks down the cost per serving for all of her recipes.
3. Quiche Toast Cups
These little breakfast cups are perfect for serving a crowd. They also don’t require any silverware (less clean up!). You could also omit or add different ingredients to each cup for a nice variety. I love how the flattened toast in the muffin tins turned out to look like little flowers. Hop on over to to Recipe Tin Eats for the recipe and instructions. She has a ton of other cool recipes like this, too!
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