The Best Winter Break Breakfasts to Wake Up ToOle & Shaina Olmanson
The kids are home. The holiday hustle and bustle is coming to an end, and now you alone are in charge of feeding and entertaining them for the next 6 or 7 days before school resumes. Start your days off to a great start, with these winter breakfasts guaranteed to be a hit with the winter break crew.
Bacon and Egg Cups 1 of 10Toast, eggs, bacon. It's a meal in a cup.
Bacon and Egg Cups via Martha Stewart
Cinnamon Baked French Toast 2 of 10This is great because you can do it the night before and pop it in the oven the next day. All the work is done ahead of time.
Cinnamon Baked French Toast via The Pioneer Woman
Gingerbread Praline Sauce with Cardamom Cream Stuffed French Toast 3 of 10Still looking for a bit of holiday spice? This easy praline sauce and stuffed french toast will get you just that.
Gingerbread Praline Sauce with Cardamom Cream Stuffed French Toast via Food for My Family
Mini Frittatas 4 of 10The kids love making frittatas. They take no time to prepare, and they can choose what they want in theirs, getting them involved in the process.
Mini Frittatas via What's Gaby Cooking
Oatmeal in a Jar 5 of 10A breakfast to go. Make them ahead and they're ready when you need them.
Oatmeal in Jars via The Kitchn
Apple Pie Oatmeal 6 of 10Kids will go crazy for this breakfast that tastes just like a dessert.
Apple Pie Oatmeal via Family Kitchen
Pear Muffins 7 of 10Spiced pear muffins make an excellent breakfast for cold winter mornings.
Spiced Pear Muffins via Family Kitchen
Breakfast Pizza 8 of 10Eggs and bacon on pizza? Why not? You'll be the coolest mom on the block when you serve this for breakfast.
Breakfast Pizza via Family Kitchen
Skillet Breakfast Cake 9 of 10Everyone loves a good coffee cake. This one whips up in a jiffy.
Blueberry Breakfast Skillet Cake via Family Kitchen
Snickerdoodle Waffles 10 of 10Cinnamon and sugar top this snickerdoodle waffle.
Snickerdoodle Waffles via Family Kitchen