Want to sleep in but still wake up to a homemad breakfast? We have the answer: overnight dishes! These recipes are hearty, healthy, and fresh and they require no more than a few minutes in the oven. They're perfect for when you're hosting guests, large parties, or just lazy mornings when you want to hit the snooze button a few more times. Just mix and prep the night before and then wake up and pop these dishes in the oven. They'll be ready before you finish your first cup of coffee (or mimosa).
In this crowd-pleasing recipe all the flavors of a classic breakfast burrito are baked into a portable egg muffin studded with cheese, beans, onions and peppers. Make a big batch and enjoy these easy and healthy grab-and-go breakfasts whenever you don't have the time for a full meal! You can also mix up the batter and ladle out into the muffin tin one night, then bake fresh the next morning.
Capirotada is a family favorite on most Latin tables during Lent but it's great year round. Crisp buttery slices of bread soaked in brown sugar and spices, with dollops of blackberry jam are pushed over the top with the subtle, traditional nuances of onions, cheese, and black pepper. To some, this might be an unusual combination of flavors; we just call it divino! Prep and layer in the evening, then let it sit overnight. In the morning, bake until golden and fragrant.
Looking for a new and healthy way to spice up your brunch menu? This Jalapeño Cornbread Strata is the answer. Jalapeño cornbread and sweet red peppers provide the flavor kick; good-for-you ingredients like olive oil, agave and soy milk provide the base; and protein-packed eggs and bright kale provide the super-fueled super foods.
These Simple Veggie Egg Muffins are delicious and clock in at under 85 calories each. Enjoy this zucchini, onion, and habanero pepper jack cheese bite alone or add a slice of toast for a quick under 200 calories breakfast! Just mix up the batter and pour into muffin tins and let sit overnight. Then bake until crunchy and set.
This Green Chile Strata is a creamy, custard-soaked egg dish filled with poblano chiles, hearty bread, and tomatillo salsa. Mix it up, pour it into a casserole dish, and let is sit overnight. Then when you're ready, pop it in the oven and then pop open some champagne. What's breakfast without a mimosa?