Weekends are for slowing down, enjoying time with family and friends, and maybe taking some time for some self care or even doing some serious spring cleaning. However you like to spend your weekend, we think everyone should start with a delicious breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day, you know. But as wives and mamas, we have a lot on our plate (even if it is the weekend), so we’ve found some simple recipes to make for a delicious weekend breakfast with the family, even if you do have a lot to accomplish this weekend.
The Perfect French Toast
Next time you have a lazy weekend (or want your husband kids to help you clean the house) try this Perfect French Toast Recipe, top it with fruit, powdered sugar, maple syrup or whatever you love and pair it with a bowl of fresh fruit or some bacon and eggs. What’s great about this recipe, is that the creator uses everyday items you would have in your kitchen-so no special trips to the store are required to make this special weekend treat for your family.
No-Cook Overnight Oatmeal
No time to sit and enjoy a luxurious breakfast this weekend? No problem! If you’ve got a million places to go, do, and be, this no-cook overnight oatmeal is a filling and healthy grab-and-go option for the whole family, plus its a super cute way to use Mason Jars and you can make this during your week too! Not to mention, you don’t have to worry about your house getting too hot on those summer days, when the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven.
Chorizo Bacon Breakfast Burritos
Who doesn’t love a breakfast burrito stuffed with cheese, eggs, potatoes, bacon, and Chorizo in the morning? The best part about these loaded breakfast burritos, is that if you make too much filling, just save it for breakfast burritos on-the-go for the upcoming weekend, it’s a win-win! You can find this delicious burrito recipe, here.
Looking for something different? Check out Food Network's Page for some more scrumptious breakfast ideas or try Joanna Gaines' new cookbook if you prefer getting your recipes from a book. Happy Cooking!
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