10 Satisfying Summer Breakfasts That Don’t Require You to Turn on Your Stove
Everyone needs a few breakfast recipes that don’t require heating up the stove during the heat of summer, or waking up at the crack of dawn to bake something before the kitchen heats up. These are 10 of our favorite breakfast recipes for summer — mostly no-cook with a few slow cooker exceptions — that help beat the summer heat.
If you love granola or muesli but don’t want to heat up the oven to bake a batch, CADA is your new summertime go-to. The delightfully crunchy mixture of almonds, apples, dates, and coconut comes together quickly in the food processor.
The slow cooker is an excellent solution for mornings when you need a hearty breakfast but don’t want to heat a skillet. This slow cooker casserole feeds a crowd, or can be cooked and eaten cold throughout the week.
Smoothies are a nice and easy no-cook breakfast, and this kiwi cutie is anything but boring or basic. Plus, it’s loaded with fiber from the kiwi and spinach to keep you full until lunch.
Here’s the deal with overnight oats: You assemble them in advance (no heating required) and then you can eat them cold. Or if you bring them to the office, where the AC is always pumping, you can warm them in the microwave too.
Yes, Popsicles are a totally legitimate breakfast — even for grown-ups. Full of protein-rich peanut butter, these will keep you full (and cool) all morning.
This hearty fruit salad does call for stovetop cooked grains, but you can skip the cooking by using from-frozen brown rice instead. Or, use you Instant Pot to cook a batch of your favorite grains without heating up the kitchen.
Right now is the best time to make this fruity smoothie, when strawberries are so juicy and ripe. Feel free to use frozen berries the rest of summer as needed.
The slow cooker comes to the rescue again. This time, we’re cooking hearty oats and sweet fruit in it overnight for a big-batch recipe that can be easily added to your meal prep.
While you can use the stove to top these bowls with a fried egg, you can also top them with a pressure cooker steamed hard-cooked egg or swap the egg for a tortilla wrap. Either way, you’re getting tender potatoes and sausage enriched with salsa without breaking a sweat.
This cauliflower smoothie tastes a lot like a mango lassi, but with lots more fiber to keep you full for longer. Use frozen mango for an even creamier smoothie.
Yes, yogurt and fruit with store-bought granola is the ultimate no-cook breakfast, but take them one step further and freeze them into Popsicles for those sweltering summer mornings.