The Most Popular Back-to-School Breakfast Recipes, According to Pinterest
Let’s be real: When the school year rolls around, who has the time to sit down for a full-fledged breakfast? If you do, we commend you, and if you don’t… we’re with you.
Of course, when the folks at Pinterest sent us very official data on their site’s most popular back-to-school recipes, we weren’t surprised in the slightest to find that they’re all very on-the-go friendly. Think ‘shove it in a napkin and bring it in the car on the way to school’ friendly.
Here are the four most-saved, easily-transportable recipes on Pinterest that you should have up your sleeve at the start of back-to-school season:
Make Ahead Breakfast Burritos
The best part about these breakfast burritos is that you can make a whole batch and stuff them in the freezer so you never have an excuse not to eat the most important meal of the day.
Get the recipe: Make Ahead Breakfast Burritos from Fit Foodie Finds
Banana and Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Cups
There’s nothing more brilliant than taking a recipe you’d typically have to eat while sitting down with a bowl and spoon and introducing it to the humble muffin tin. Voilà! This banana and chocolate chip oatmeal cup recipe is magic. You know that saying? One in the hand and eleven more in the muffin pan? No? Me neither.
Get the recipe: Banana and Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Cups from Organize Yourself Skinny
Loaded Breakfast Biscuits
Have a plate of scrambled eggs with cheese and sausage in biscuit form instead with this super smart, portable, savory biscuit recipe. Why didn’t we think of it first?
Get the recipe: Loaded Breakfast Biscuits from Kitchen Dreaming
Baked French Toast Muffins
Are you sensing a theme here? Hello muffin tin, our old friend. Like I said, if you have time to lovingly drizzle syrup over anything on a weekday morning, I salute you. But if you’re the kind of person who wants a weekday breakfast that they love as much as a weekend one, try these smart French toast muffins. Bonus? This recipe is a great way to use up a loaf of bread that’s on its way out.
Get the recipe: Baked French Toast Muffins from Eating on a Dime
Which of these recipes are you adding to your back-to-school routine?