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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, blah-blah-blah, we get it. But there’s one problem: The time it typically takes to prepare breakfast is always better spent in bed. That’s where these 20 recipes come in—you can make them the night before and store them in the fridge overnight. Go ahead, hit snooze one more time.
Packed with protein, fiber and antioxidant-rich berries. Oh, and totally delicious.
Dessert for breakfast? Don’t mind if we do.
Wanna get fancy? Top it with your favorite nut butter, sliced kiwi and mint leaves.
A billion times better than instant oatmeal. Trust us.
Now this is the most important meal of the day. (Maybe the month.)
Finally, no need to decide between cinnamon rolls and French toast.
It’s like fro-yo (if fro-yo were secretly healthy and totally acceptable to eat for breakfast).
Whip up the base the night before so the steel-cut oats soften up overnight.
Fun, colorful (thanks to chocolate-covered sunflower seeds) and perfect for the kiddos.
Feeding a crowd? Assemble the night before, then pop them in the oven right before serving.
Way less sugar than the store-bought cups.
Filled with healthy fats, good-for-you grains and a drizzle of chocolate for good measure.
Juicy fruit meets rich, bitter cocoa powder.
Yep, we went here. And you’ll thank us when you try them.
The granola takes eight minutes to whip up on the stove.
You totally deserve breakfast in bed this weekend. Just leave this recipe in the kitchen. They'll figure it out.
We’re never standing in front of a hot stove with a spatula again.
Serves 12 of your closest friends (or just you, a dozen times).
Mix cinnamon, apples and toasted pecans into Greek yogurt and voilà, breakfast is ready whenever you need it.
Who needs coffee when you can wake up to this massive flavor explosion?
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