Prepping breakfast ahead of time means fewer rushed mornings and more time relaxing before a long day, or spent with your family. These meal suggestions from The Kitchn are delicious, simple to make the night before and can even feed a group of people.
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The dishes fall into three main categories: casseroles, baked goods and uncooked dishes you can heat up in the morning. You can whip together a breakfast casserole or quiche (like this overnight casserole or this sausage and herb quiche) and pop it in the fridge overnight, then straight into the oven while coffee is brewing.
Baked goods like banana bread, stuffed rolls, or muffins are breakfast favourites you've likely tried and can be made a day or two ahead of time, warmed up in the oven, then served with jam and other spreads. If you don't have much prep time at all, dishes that don't need any cooking, like yoghurt, cereal, overnight fridge porridge, or fruit salad, are quick to make and easy to store.
You can make these dishes during the week for easier mornings or save them for brunch on the weekend. Either way, you'll spend less time slogging away in the kitchen while everyone else is chatting at the table. For specific recipe suggestions, check out the link below.
Our Guide to the Make-Ahead Brunch [The Kitchn]