What is your favorite prep ahead berakfast?

Clara W.
Overnight oats…one small jar, half oats and half oat milk. Add flavour and fruit. At the moment I am putting frozen cherries, cacao powder, maple syrup and chia seeds. Leave overnight

Florence J.
Start prep with clean counters and no dishes
Enjoy chopping dicing up veggies onions n herbs
Also like to keep extra baked potatoes for homemade hash browns
Baked potato’s shredded ready prepped
Also making big batch of protein shake and chill in fridge having it ready saves time in the kitchen
Once my food is cut up n portioned in containers in fridge it’s so easy to whip up some eggs with milk add pre cut veggies and make omelette
Toss shredded potatoes in fry pan
Grab my premade protein shake and breakfast is ready

Stanley P.
Prepping breakfasts ahead of time. I like to make a big batch of sausage patties and egg cups and freeze. Then I can either take them out the night before or if I forget (as I often do) I can defrost them then reheat in the morning.

Elias E.
I like prepping my vegetables for omelettes in advance so that all I have to do is break a few eggs, add the veg and cook. Voila! Breakfast is served

Ola Des N.
Having veggies already cut to throw into an egg and make a quick veggie egg scramble. A lot easier to do in the morning when the veggies are cut and ready to go. Literally takes a few mins to cook the eggs and I'm eating a healthy breakfast.

Joey Y.
A simple Friut smoothie usually does it for me. A handful of any kind of fruit like strawberries, blueberries, or bananas with a spoonful of peanut or almond butter, a cup of greek yogurt (vanilla or plain is best),and a dash of milk to make it a little smoother all blended together make a deliciously sweet way to start your morning.

Harri R.
I don’t often prep ahead, I generally opt for a quick breakfast such as scrambled egg on toast, or a boiled egg – both ready in less than 10 minutes. I occasionally prep pancake batter the night before.