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Free Make Ahead Breakfasts for the Freezer Cooking Plan


Head over to Life as Mom to get a Breakfast Freezer Cooking Plan to help you make breakfasts much easier at your house. Here’s what you’ll make:

  • Buttered Maple French Toast Casserole, 3 batches
  • Cinnamon Apple Oat Cakes, 2 batches
  • Spicy Turkey Egg Bake, 2 batches
  • Steel-Cut Oats, 2 batches (servings vary)
  • Ham and Gruyere Quiche, 2 quiche
  • Lemon Drop Scones, 2 batches
  • Maple Vanilla Almond Granola, 1 batch
  • Basic Pancakes, 2 batches mix
  • Homemade Waffles, 2 batches (baked)

The downloadable plan gives you the recipes, the shopping list, the instructions on how to prep everything, and details on how to freeze and thaw items.

Get the plan for free here.

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  • Kirbee N. says:

    We just put the leftovers from a big batch of french toast bake in our freezer! I was super excited to get store-brand whole wheat bread clearances for $.50 a loaf. I diced almost two loafs into large squares, and crammed a 9×13 pan full. I poured a large batch of a basic french toast batter over it (eggs, pinch of brown sugar, half-n-half, milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice), then pressed it to make sure all the bread was moist. We happened to have some really yummy apple syrup, which I drizzled over top. It was baked in a half hour, and those leftovers are in breakfast-sized squares to reheat. I’m a violin teacher, so when I teach, I can’t prep dinner in the afternoon, and my husband sometimes works late, so it needs to be quick and easy to wait until somebody can serve it 🙂

  • Jennifer says:

    I don’t do a lot with the freezer for breakfast, but that would sure make things easier! I do throw pancakes and waffles in the freezer, but that is about it. Thanks!

  • Shelly says:

    I recently made some maple granola and the house smelled so good for the whole day. We are out now, I really should make another batch.

    I like to make breakfast sandwiches, waffles and pancakes for the freezer too. They are all great for those busy morning.

  • Jessica says:

    Thanks for sharing my breakfast plan!

  • Thanks for sharing this post! We are really trying to get away from eating cold cereal every morning and just needed a push in the right direction to start making changes. I can’t wait to try some of these recipes. 🙂

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