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3 Freezer Breakfast Meals

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been talking about freezer cooking for a month!  Ready to hear the winner??  (Drum roll, please….)

The winner is:

lil_lady_dz@

I have one last tip for you:  freezer breakfasts.

Our family is always rushing out the door and I love to have something on hand that I can thaw and have ready to go in the morning.  Here are some quick breakfasts you can make, pop them in the freezer and be good to go.  All of the recipes are very adaptable to what ingredients you like.

Egg Muffins:

Mix up all of the ingredients you want (like a breakfast casserole) in a big bowl, grease a muffin tin, bake them for about 30 minutes, let them cool and throw them in the freezer for next time you run out of breakfast.

I like to use:

Eggs
Hashbrowns
Cheddar Cheese
Bacon
Spinach

Breakfast Croissants:

Fry an egg white and cook either bacon or sausage.  Cut the croissant in half and stack the egg, meat and cheese between the bread.  Individually wrap the croissants in wax paper or plastic bags.  I wrap mine in a paper towel to defrost, then wrap it in tin foil and bake for 20 minutes so it’s crispy.

I like to use:

Egg Whites
Bacon
American Cheese
Croissant

Breakfast Burritos:

Scramble eggs, brown the sausage, make the burrito like you normally would, roll them and individually wrap them in aluminum foil.  Pull them out as you need them and cook them in the oven.  Top them with whatever salsa you want.

I like to use:

Eggs
Ground Sausage
Onions
Bell Peppers
Spinach
Flour Tortilla
Cheddar Cheese

What are your freezer breakfast meal ideas?

    • JW

      Thanks for the recipes! Years ago a friend made these for me when my husband came home from the hospital. They were great to fix for an easy breakfast:
      Just fry a pound of sausage. Then take a package of plain English muffins; split and toast in the oven. Sprinkle each muffin with crumbled sausage. Top with shredded cheddar cheese. I freeze them on a cookie sheet then transfer to baggies or containers. Pull out of the freezer and toast until the cheese melts.

    • SmoochTheCook

      The breakfast burritos are a HUGE hit with my son…always have been! I make them with sausage, bacon, or ham, eggs, cheddar cheese and give him salsa or ketchup to dip them in. Also good in them is a little bit of cooked brown rice for fiber. I use wheat tortillas and he doesn’t seem to mind. Wish I could add in the spinach or something!!!

    • Beverly Jordan

      Love the idea of having ready made quick and healthy food due to our busy schedules over the holidays and all year long.

    • sk

      Breakfast Muffins

      Preheat Oven: 350 degrees & Grease medium muffin cups with Pam (24)

      Ingredients:
      1 pound bulk sausage
      6 eggs, beaten or 1 box egg beaters
      2 cups half and half or evaporated milk
      1 cup Bisquick (or 1 ½ cups for “breadier” muffins)
      ½ teaspoon salt
      ¼ teaspoon pepper
      2 cups cheddar cheese (or less)

      Directions:
      1. Brown sausage and drain. Divide among muffin cups.
      2. Mix together other ingredients (except cheese).
      3. Divide into cups. Top with divided cheese.

      Cooking Time: 22-25 minutes or until slightly browned.

      Freeze when cooled and use when wanted. Microwave 1 minute for 2 to 3 muffins.

    • Elizabeth

      Congratulations, lil_lady_dz@!

      • https://twitter.com/lil_lady_dz nicole dziedzic

        Thanks so much! I am so excited!!! ;) Enjoy your Thanksgiving!

        • Elizabeth

          Enjoy yours as well! My fingers are still crossed for the remaining printers. ;) Be sure to grab the penny paper at Staples today if you can!