We’re big on breakfasts on the weekends. During the week it’s sort of a grab-and-go situation, but on the weekend we have time to slow down and think about breakfast.
This weekend, you can slow down and have some breakfast, too. But you don’t have to think about it, because I’ve gathered five great breakfasts for you right here. More than enough to make this weekend.
You can use fresh or frozen blueberries to make these muffins. They are a snap to whip up, and some of the moistest muffins I have ever come across. And who doesn’t love a blueberry muffin in the morning?
I love this bran muffin recipe for many reasons: they’re super-moist (not like the bricks most bran muffins feel like), they’re only 150 calories (give or take) per muffin, and the recipe is very basic, which means you can add anything you want, or happen to have, in the house. I have made them with blueberries, cherries, raisins, and plain. They were good all those ways. Feel free to use mashed banana, pumpkin puree, or applesauce as oil substitutes.
I can never decide if this is a breakfast, or a dessert. But since it’s the weekend, I’ll say breakfast. This ooey, gooey, pull-apart bread is so easy to make and so decadent that I can’t not make it at least once or twice a year.
This is not something I usually make on the weekend. But it is really, really delicious, so I thought I’d share it anyway. Baked oatmeal has the texture and taste of an oatmeal cookie, and you can make single-serving sizes and freeze them for the rest of the week.
I hope everyone has time to stop and make a yummy breakfast this weekend.