13. Tater Tot Omelet Bites
Mini omelets with a tater tot crust are what you have been missing out on your entire life, but today that can change. You, too, can eat these scrumptious little bites of heaven, and believe it or not, they’re pretty easy to prepare! Just hop on over to Ella Claire for the recipe and baking instructions. If you’re baking for a crowd, you could even do all the prep work the night before, and whip these together in no time at all.
14. Blueberry Croissant Puff
If you only knew what that heavenly mixture is being poured on top of those chopped croissants and blueberries. Ok, I’ll tell you– A cream cheese mixture that is to die for! The best part about this recipe is you can prepare it the night before, and simply pop it in the oven for breakfast. Go get all of the gooey and delicious details for this recipe over at The Girl Who Ate Everything!
15. Breakfast Enchiladas
This ingenious breakfast recipe is perfect for preping the night before! This is a must for those of you that aren’t morning people, but still like to eat like a king for breakfast. The sauce is actually an egg custard, so there’s no need to fill the enchiladas with egg, just your other favorite ingredients that complement them. Hop on over to Inspired Taste for the recipe and baking instructions.
16. Tomato Avocado Melt
This could be a meal for any time of the day, but I love this idea for breakfast because it is so easy! I would sprinkle mine with garlic salt and pepper to give it that finishing touch. There is also an ingredient in here that you wouldn’t guess! Just hop on over to Tastes Better From Scratch for the recipe and instructions.
17. French Toast Roll-Ups
Did your eyes just get REALLY big? I thought so. French toast is amazing in itself, but just imagine it rolled and stuffed with fruit and cream cheese (or Nutella), dipped in egg, and finally a cinnamon-sugar mix before being grilled on a skillet. Awesome. Go check out the recipe an instructions for this over at The Girl Who Ate Everything!
18. Banana Pops
What a fun way to get the kids to eat something healthy for breakfast! I suppose if you put a popsicle stick on just about anything they’re more likely to eat it. You could also freeze these and serve them as dessert or an after-school snack. Go check out the instructions and add-on ideas for these over at Chocolate-Covered Katie!
19. Baked Oatmeal Bars
These baked oatmeal bars may look like dessert, but they are made with oats and peanut butter! I think they might be calling my name for breakfast this weekend. They are just as good left over, so bake up a big batch to last you the entire week. Hop on over to The 36th Avenue for the recipe and instructions.
20. Bacon Pancake Dippers
This may sound strange to you, but these bacon stuffed pancake dippers are the BEST! I like that you can just pick them up and dip them, as opposed to having to cut them up for all of the kids. They’re incredibly easy, too. Go check out all of the tips and tricks on how to get them just right over at Lady Behind The Curtain.