Ideas for Breakfasts That Can Be Sent in the Mail?

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It’s okay if it needs a warm up or quick bake/cook at the destination but they should be as ready-to-go as possible.

Sent by Benjamin

Editor: Benjamin, I’d caution against mailing a cake in a jar, which can harbor the bacteria that cause botulism. Instead, I’d recommend a batch of homemade granola or muesli made with the recipient’s favorite nuts, fruit or other mix-ins. Here are a couple recipes from our archives:

Readers, any ideas for special breakfasts that can be sent in the mail?

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