22. French Toast Sticks
These are perfect for little fingers, and most definitely the most requested breakfast in my house. Probably because I almost always have the ingredients on hand, and they’re super easy and quick to make. Hop on over to Just A Taste and check out all of the details and instructions (including the best type of bread and egg mixture for the “sticks”).
23. Canned Biscuit Waffles
Nothing says “easy breakfast” better than throwing a few canned biscuits on your waffle maker! Who’d a thunk? My family would love these. They would even make for awesome breakfast sandwich bread– throw some eggs and cheese in there! Go check out the directions and reviews for this idea over at bj’s sweet nothings.
24. Cheesy Ham & Egg Bowls
You know how soup looks and tastes so much better in a bread bowl? Well, there’s nothing different about this! Breakfast in a bread bowl seems like an obvious choice, and you wouldn’t believe that these suckers are actually pretty low in calories. Go check out all of the details including the recipe and baking instructions over at Recipe Tin Eats!
25. Hash Brown Cups
These baked hash brown cups are the ultimate breakfast side (or any meal, really!), and are pretty darn easy, too! I love just about anything baked in a muffin tin, but crispy hash browns are an all time favorite. Yes, I love carbs! Head on over to Play Party Pin for the recipe and instructions.
26. Crock Pot French Toast
This recipe might just make you and your crockpot BFFs. Who doesn’t love something you can just throw in the slow cooker and forget about for hours? Heck, you could even serve this up with fresh fruit and ice cream for dessert! Hop on over to Tablespoon for the recipe and instructions.
27. Crescent Breakfast Ring
Is this not the most beautiful breakfast ring you have ever seen? It looks like perfection. You have got to love Pillsbury Crescents for how easy, versatile, and tasty they are, and jo cooks certainly knows how to make them look pretty! Go check out her recipe and instructions for this breakfast masterpiece.
28. Crescent Breakfast Roll-Ups
See, I told you Pillsbury Crescents were nothing less than AMAZING! I’ve seen so many recipes that use these magical triangles for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but this one takes the cake. Maybe that’s because I’m a little partial to sausage, and I understand if not everyone has the same love for it, but if you would like to try these breakfast roll-ups at least once in your life, go check out the recipe and instructions over at Pillsbury!
29. Bell Pepper Egg-In-A-Hole
I’ve made these bell pepper eggs at least a dozen times because they’re incredibly easy and guilt free! I can usually only get 4 bell pepper rims (depending on the size of the pepper), so one pepper is the perfect serving size for 2 people.
Simply throw the pepper rings on a pan on medium heat with a little bit of oil a few minutes before cracking your eggs in there to give them a chance to soften first. Also, sometimes I find that one side of the pepper is flatter than the other, so make sure that side is face down on the pan when you crack the egg. Season to taste, and cook until the eggs are done to your liking. Half of the time they don’t come out looking so pretty because the egg whites leak out through the bottom, but they’re still just as tasty! I also flip them half way through because I don’t like my eggs runny.