Good stuff that will keep you going and get you out the door on time—sounds ideal, right? We've partnered with Bob's Red Mill to bring you our latest #f52grams: inspiration for easier, happier weekday breakfasts. One lucky winner will get a pack of breakfast treats from Bob's Red Mill.
Breakfast person or not, morning person or otherwise, a good, intentional-feeling breakfast can make any morning feel thoughtful and full. And with Labor Day passed and the back-to-school press imminent if not already here, reliable breakfasts are the things holding our mornings down.
We asked you to share your steady, go-to weekday morning breakfasts on Instagram last week—here are some of our favorites!
A big congrats to our winner, who made this breakfasty peach crisp! (Why not, right? It's got oats in it and everything.):
Make pizza dough the night before, and in the morning, crank the oven while you make your coffee—then slide on your toppings and go:
A fried egg, avocado, tomato, and onion—all bundled up in a toasty paratha. It's an Indian egg roll crossed with avocado toast!:
Clean out the fridge, put the contents in a skillet, and crack a couple of eggs over the top. It's hash! And it's delicious. And it's ready lickety-split:
Make a batch of scones on the weekend, freeze them, and heat them up in the oven on your way out of the door:
Little toast soldiers plus a dippy egg—a weekday breakfast that feels like a weekend one:
In Sierra Leone, breakfast is groundnut butter and bananas on pita bread (and lots of coffee):
The best time of year is when oatmeal and blueberries are both in season:
An already-spiffy quick bread gets even spiffier with a row of sliced figs down the top:
A veritable cloud of yogurt, a long pour of honey, a sprinkle of nuts and lots of chopped fruit (psst—learn to make your own yogurt! It's easier than you'd think.):
A New Way to Dinner, co-authored by Food52's founders Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, is an indispensable playbook for stress-free meal-planning (hint: cook foundational dishes on the weekend and mix and match ‘em through the week).Order now