5 Easy Thanksgiving Breakfasts for Groups
You can mix the ingredients for this Pumpkin Spice Baked Oatmeal together the night before, so all you have to do Thanksgiving morning is pop it in the oven. It’s a perfect fuss-free breakfast with lots of seasonal flavor!
If you don’t have time to crack eggs into a pan you should probably rethink your holiday. Pick up pre-sliced mushrooms and shredded gruyere and you’ll have this recipe for Baked Eggs with Mushrooms and Gruyere in the oven before you can say pumpkin pie.
Why we love it: Gruyere cheese. No explanation needed.
Make a double batch of this Apricot-Maple Granola because you’ll want to be snacking on it! Serve it for breakfast with yogurt or milk and a side of fruit.
Why we love it: This recipe from Elana, our Culinary Director, is delicious and healthy! Store-bought granola masquerades as healthy, but is often loaded with processed sugars. This recipe is naturally sweetened with maple syrup!
This Caramelized Pear and Gorgonzola Quiche is kind of ridiculously good. Mix up the filling and make the crust the night before, and all you have to do in the morning is assemble and bake!
Why we love it: Kevin from Closet Cooking is a master at bringing together unique flavors to make deliciousness happen in the kitchen, and this recipe is no exception. Pears, browned butter, thyme and a walnut crust make this quiche hands.down.good.
Pancakes are oh-so-good, but who wants to be flipping cakes at the griddle while everyone else is chatting around the breakfast table? This Skillet Apple Pancake recipe is the perfect solution: No pancake flipping required.
Why we love it: It’s so quick! In just 15 minutes you can be setting this skillet of deliciousness on the table.
- Alivia Duran
RECIPE: Easy Carrot Cake Oatmeal
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