Be honest, how many times do you hit the snooze button in the morning? More than you’d like to admit huh? You’ve got a meeting to get to but you know better than to start your morning on an empty stomach. Yes, we’re not going to let you leave for work in a rush and feeling like you’d gobble up Artcaffe’s entire kitchen on your way to work (the coffee, the croissants… ah, that aroma..). That’s why we’ve come up with quick and easy breakfast ideas for you on those mornings you feel like time’s not on your side. These recipes take about 7 minutes or less.
Egg in a hole
One of the best ways you can enjoy your eggs as well as your slice of bread. This is perfect for when you don’t have a lot of time to prepare enough French toasts. Best part is? You’re only using one egg which means you don’t have to break the bank when getting your eggs. Imagine, just two ingredients at most!
Get the recipe: Egg in a hole
Who said you can’t have a taco for breakfast? Definitely not us! This taco just changes a few of the ingredients and that’s it. It’s ready to be eaten for breakfast. Tacos are the best because you get different flavours wrapped into one. Don’t also forget that you have the liberty of playing around with the kind of fillings you want.
Get the recipe: Breakfast taco
Bacon and Cheese Fingers
Worry not, we’re not asking you to slice your fingers for this. It’s never that serious. But we do, however, want you to try making cheese fingers with bacon and have it for breakfast. If you enjoy having cheese, then this breakfast recipe will put a smile on your face and will give you enough reason to turn your friends into cheese lovers.
Get the recipe: Bacon and cheese fingers
Breakfast fried rice
If you have leftover rice and you’re wondering what to do with it, here’s your answer. Yes, fried rice isn’t just for having during dinner or lunch, it’s quite versatile and you’ll have an energetic day. Why? Rice is a carbohydrate so we suggest this for when you know you’re going to have a long day.
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Chilled avocado soup
We know you’re probably thinking, ‘not for me,’ but give it a try. This is also a great way to utilize your chicken leftover stock. You can prepare this overnight to enjoy it on a rush Monday morning. If you have kids, this is something they will definitely enjoy if they love fruits and you won’t have to worry about their vitamin intake.
Get the recipe: Chilled avocado soup
Beans on Toast
You can buy canned beans or use leftover beans for this breakfast recipe. Beans are a source of protein which is good for you in the morning so go ahead and enjoy your beans on toast. Most restaurants have this kind of breakfast as well so try making this if you haven’t before and see if it will be as good.
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Ham and Cheese Toast
This toast is a staple for most of us so it’s no surprise you probably know how to go about it. If you’re unsure about how you’ve been preparing it or want to switch things up a bit, you should try this recipe and see where this journey takes you.
Get the recipe: Ham and cheese toast
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