I don't know about any of you but we eat breakfast on the run around here from time to time and it's always nice to have a good easy breakfast to turn to. These are frozen homemade breakfast items that are confirmed reheatable from the freezer! If you ever have any questions, please come over to the Cooking on a Budget: OAMC, Make Ahead, Freezing & More
Like most teens, my DD didn't have a lot of time for a healthy breakfast, and at most would just grab a bagel on the way out the door. Since she likes things pretty mild, I came up with these tasty breakfast burritos. They are so easy. She just heats one in the microwave and takes it with her to the bus stop. (Cooking time is for reheating in the microwave)
I find it's easier in the morning if I have something easy to make for breakfast. These take all of 5 minutes to assemble and about 10 minutes to cook right out of the freezer. (Great served with orange syrup)
This is one of my favorite monthly freezer cooking recipes. So easy and cooks up perfectly every time. It's from the Freezer Cooking Manual, but I tweaked it a little. Can be done in endless variations. My favorite combo is chicken, bacon and spinach with swiss cheese. Also great as a vegetarian meal- just skip the meat and add extra veggies.
This is a recipe I found online and adapted to suit my family's taste. You can use either Chorizo or regular bulk breakfast sausage, depending on your tastes. They're both good. If you like spicy foods, add a 4 oz can of chopped and drain green chilies.
If you have an abundance of rhubarb and don't know what to do with it before you loose it, you may want to try this bread! The bread keeps in the freezer up to 3 months so you can savor the sweet-tart treat long after rhubarb season is over!
I got this basic recipe from another site but changed it a little for my family. The original recipe called for orange juice as the liquid instead of milk. I also added the vanilla as we think it gives it a nice flavor.
This evolved from a camping recipe that my DH and I usually come up with on Sunday mornings before we break-down camp. I decided to make them easy to travel so that DH wasn't stopping at the local burrito shop and getting stuff that wasn't included in his diet. Time includes marinating time.
I am letting my long held secret out of the bag! My family and friends love these and always want the recipe but I have, until now, guarded it with my life. My kids love to eat these after playing sports or for breakfast. You can also make these an OAMC recipe for quick on the go meals! (See below for instructions on OAMC)