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Simple Hot Breakfasts You Can Make While You're Getting Ready for Work

December 6, 2019

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but oftentimes, it seems that mornings are so hectic, you’re lucky to even grab something on the go such as a muffin, donut or granola bar. These go-to options are often loaded with sugar so instead of keeping you full, you’re hungry within a couple hours and feeling the slump from your morning sugar rush. If this sounds like you, don’t worry, there’s a way to enjoy a hot breakfast that is simple enough to make while you’re getting ready for work! Keep reading for ideas on simple hot breakfasts that you can enjoy during busy weekday mornings or as a weekend breakfast for the whole family. 

Slow Cooker/Crockpot Breakfasts 

The benefit of using a slow cooker or crockpot for breakfast is that it is quick and easy. Mornings can be busy and most days it might seem like you’re rushing to get out of the door on time. Using a slow cooker or crockpot means that you can prepare everything the night before so that when you wake up in the morning, you’ll be greeted by a hot breakfast that is ready and waiting for you. Gone are the days where you’ll have to rush in the mornings to try and eat something, with these breakfast recipes, all you need is a little bit of prep time the night before and you’ll be ready to enjoy breakfast the next morning! 

Crockpot Breakfast Casserole

Want a hearty meal that will cook overnight and be ready when you wake up? Featuring eggs, potatoes, veggies and cheese, what’s not to love in this delicious breakfast casserole. You can use bacon, sausage or ham or all three! This can be a perfect weekend breakfast option for the family or a tasty option to give your kids before they head off to school.

Slow Cooker Ham and Cheese Quiche

Ham, eggs and cheese is a classic breakfast combination. This recipe also offers veggie options including broccoli, peppers and onions to add some nutrients to your plate. If you have any extra, simply refrigerate and microwave at work the next day to save you time in the morning.

Slow Cooker Scrambled Tofu Breakfast Burrito

Replace eggs for tofu in this healthy breakfast option that will certainly start your day off right. You can make this recipe as you sleep so you’ll be ready to go first thing in the morning. The recipe keeps well in the freezer if you’d like to store some for a busy weekday morning and the southwestern flavors in these burritos will certainly keep you coming back for more. 

Slow Cooker Make Ahead Scrambled Eggs

Featuring bacon, mushrooms, tomatoes, chives and cheddar cheese, these scrambled eggs will keep perfectly warm in your slow cooker until you’re ready to serve. Feel free to mix and match with the veggies by adding whatever you already have on hand. Serve with an english muffin and you’ll be good to go. 

Southwest Crockpot Breakfast Casserole 

Looking for something warm to wake up to on a cold winter’s morning? As you get ready for work, this tasty breakfast casserole will be staying warm in your crockpot. Add in peppers, spices, sausage and cheese for this filling breakfast that won’t have you getting hungry before noon. Serve with a side of salsa for an added southwestern option.

Pressure Cooker Breakfast Options 

Weekday nights can be busy too. From getting the kids to bed to finishing last minute details on your work project, sometimes the nights can seem just as busy as the day time. If you have a busy night and aren’t able to prep breakfast the night before, no worries, the pressure cooker is just the thing for you! The pressure cooker cooks things quickly and evenly. So all you need is a few minutes to throw the ingredients in first thing in the morning, then you can spend the rest of your morning getting ready. Once you’re done getting ready, your breakfast will be ready too! Eat at home or take it to go and enjoy a hot breakfast at work. 

5 Ingredient Pressure Cooker Egg Bake 

With just 5 ingredients and 30 minutes, you can serve up a tasty, easy breakfast that starts your day off right. Prep time is just 5 minutes so you can throw everything in the pressure cooker, get ready for work, and once you’re ready, enjoy your breakfast with no hassle! 

Pressure Cooker Maple French Toast 

Wanting something a little sweet as a weekday treat? This french toast recipe starring maple syrup might be just the thing to satisfy your sweet tooth. With just 5 ingredients, this recipe is nice and easy. If you want to save even more time, cut up your bread the night before so in the morning, all you have to do is toss the ingredients in, cook for 20 minutes, and serve yourself a plate of delicious french toast. 

Pressure Cooker Bacon and Eggs Breakfast Bowl

Have you ever grabbed a small bite to eat for breakfast and then your stomach is growling but its barely 10am? To avoid that scenario, start your day off with this hearty breakfast bowl, which includes fried eggs, bacon and steel cut oats. Thanks to the 23 grams of protein and 10 grams of fiber, you’ll stay fueled well into lunch time!

Pressure Cooker Tater Tot Breakfast Casserole

Who doesn’t love tater tots? For everyone who loves these delicious, bite sized potatoes, this recipe is for you. The casserole also includes eggs, cherry tomatoes, spinach, sausage and of course, cheese! Your kids are sure to love it too. 

Apple Cinnamon Pressure Cooker Steel Cut Oats  

What’s better than waking up to a warm bowl of oatmeal? This hearty and satisfying recipe also adds in apple and cinnamon for an added twist to your weekday meal routine. Top with brown sugar and you’ll really be in for a treat. The recipe comes together in just minutes so you can spend your morning preparing for the day instead of over the stove trying to come up with something to eat. 

Hard Boiled Eggs

What’s easier to take on the go with you than some hard boiled eggs. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or even a snack to munch on throughout the day, hard boiled eggs are easy to make and delicious to eat. Check out this easy recipe from BTSY to enjoy perfectly cooked hard boiled eggs. 


6 large eggs

2 cups of water



1. Add the water to the BSTY Pressure Cooker. 

2. Put the steam rack in the pot and place the eggs on top.

3. Select Steam and set the timer for 8 minutes. 

4. When the timer goes off, release the pressure manually. When all the steam has been released and the safety latch has lowered, open the pressure cooker. 

5. Remove the eggs and set aside to cool before peeling.

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