Easy and Savory Breakfast in Bed Recipes for Saturday Mornings

Posted: August 20, 2021 3:24 pm

You can make every Saturday, or the entire weekend, special for your loved ones by serving your favorite breakfast in bed recipes. When you’re done cooking and serving, climb into bed and enjoy eating with them. Your family is bound to love the variety and tastiness of these recipes. Everything’s here from breakfast casseroles, stuffed French toast to traditional bacon and eggs with a twist. Give pleasure to your family this weekend. Serve them breakfast in bed with the most interesting and favorable recipes we’ve found for you to use. Try any of them out on any Saturday.

Breakfast Sausage Casserole

Trisha Yearwood is not only a music superstar, but her cooking and cookbooks with family-inspired recipes are the best. If you need a quick, easy, classic and delicious breakfast casserole for a Saturday morning breakfast in bed family get together, look no further than this recipe. All you need is a half loaf of white bread, bulk pork sausage with sage, five eggs, extra sharp cheddar cheese, half and half and seasoning.

Creamy, Fruity Stuffed French Toast Hearts

You’ll love the taste of stuffed French toast hearts, especially for breakfast with a cream cheese and berry mixture slathered on stacked bread slices that are cut in the shape of hearts with a 4-inch heart-shaped cookie cutter. Drizzle warm syrup over browned bread tops for a yummy and heartfelt finish.

Breakfast Egg Muffins

Egg muffins are perfect breakfast companions and make a substantial breakfast in bed healthy treat. They’re easy to make and give you and your family the protein boost they need. The recipe provides you three different combinations of egg muffins that include spinach, tomato and mozzarella, bacon and cheese and garlic, mushrooms and peppers. Serve these egg muffins with diced avocado and chopped tomatoes on the side. You’ll get additional nutrition and the right kind of fats.

Epic Tater Tot Breakfast Pizza

Here’s an easy all-in-one tater tot breakfast pizza that’s easy and fast to make and perfect as a breakfast in bed casserole. You get eggs, bacon, cheese and potatoes all in one bite. Make a spicy finish with Sriracha or add maple syrup for a little bit of a sweet taste.

Breakfast Nachos

If you want your favorite snack in a breakfast combination, you’ll enjoy this breakfast nacho. It’s easy to make ahead of time for a breakfast in bed treat. Just add a side of fruit to complete this meal. You’ll need a bag of tortilla chips along with eggs, bacon, cheddar and Monterey jack cheese, sliced avocado, cilantro and sour cream. Add some hot sauce and salsa to achieve full flavor goodness.

Quiche Lorraine with Hash Brown Crust

There’s nothing like a savory quiche to satisfy breakfast morning cravings. Hash brown potatoes make the crust and the combination of eggs, cream, sour cream and either grated Gruyere or Swiss cheese along with bacon, onion and seasonings create a breakfast worthy of a special breakfast in bed tray.

Healthy Buckwheat Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce

Just about everyone loves healthy pancakes along with a warm blueberry sauce covering them. This breakfast recipe is for vegans so if you’re a true follower, you’ll appreciate the natural ingredients. Vanilla buckwheat bakes up into a fluffy, soft and comforting breakfast delight. The recipe calls for buckwheat flour, coconut sugar, eggs, almond milk and coconut oil. Fresh blueberries go into the sauce for a sweet covering.

Breakfast Frittata Squares

A frittata is an easy, one-dish egg meal that is really an egg casserole that can feed a large family quickly. If you want a go-to recipe for Saturday breakfast in bed, this is the one. Beaten eggs with milk are first mixed with softly cooked onion, slivered asparagus and mushrooms. Add cheese (preferably goat cheese). Allow it to cool and cut into squares and serve.

Poor knights of Windsor with Blackberry Compote

Looking for a breakfast in bed brunch or a dessert for two? The recipe is fairly simple and tastes heavenly. Whether you’re making this recipe for two for breakfast or for a family, you’ll enjoy the results. The recipe calls for lightly beaten eggs, milk, sugar, soft cheese, day old white bread, icing sugar and blackberry compote. Spreading the soft cheese over the bread slices and drizzling with the compote is part of the first step and then putting the sandwich in the egg mix and soaking it well puts this sandwich on its way to the frying pan. Finally, frying the sandwich in butter is the finishing touch and slicing the sandwich in half and serving it with blackberry compote is the crowning glory.

Ham and Cheese Hash Brown Waffle for Two

If it’s just you and your better half, you’ll enjoy making this recipe for breakfast or breakfast in bed, or make it for the entire family. It cooks up in 15 minutes, so it’s a scrumptious meal in minutes. The recipe calls for packaged hash browns, cheese, deli ham, green onions, and eggs. You’ll need to heat a waffle maker and oil it well. Place the hash brown mixture in the waffle maker and allow the mixture to cook until it actually looks like a waffle. Fry the eggs in a separate pan and when fried place them on top of the individual waffles.

Cinnamon Roll Casserole

An easy recipe that’s quick, tasty and fun to make is what you want to deal with when you’re making Saturday morning breakfast in bed for your family. Ingredients include two tubes of 8 count cinnamon rolls, milk, eggs, cinnamon and maple syrup. Cut the biscuits into pieces and place them in a greased baking dish. Combine the milk, eggs, cinnamon and maple syrup in a bowl. Pour the mixture over the cinnamon roll pieces. Bake the casserole at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Once cooled, frost the cinnamon rolls with the pre-packaged frosting mix or make cream cheese frosting to give the casserole extra oomph.

Sausage, Egg, Cheese Biscuit Casserole

Make this breakfast casserole the night before and just put it in the oven the following morning. This is a perfect choice for breakfast in bed meals and everyone can have seconds. Serve it with juice, coffee and fresh fruit on the side. All you need are large buttermilk biscuits, sausage, Colby and Monterey Jack cheese, eggs, milk, a sausage gravy packet, water and seasoning. You could even add peppers and onions or add bacon rather than the sausage.

Breakfast Burritos

Bodega burritos are the best, and these burritos are chuck full of spicy sausage, smoked scrambled eggs, cheese and fresh avocado salsa. They’re tasty and easy to make for a hungry family and everyone will love them for a breakfast in bed morning treat. The salsa is spicy so reduce the jalapeno pepper ingredient. For the burritos you’ll need large eggs, chorizo sausage, shredded Monterey Jack cheese, smoked paprika, 10 inch flour tortillas and vegetable oil. The salsa will require a large avocado, 1-2 tomatoes, a small shallot, minced garlic, a seeded and minced jalapeno pepper, lime juice, salt, ground cumin and fresh cilantro.

Breakfast Peach Cobbler

Peach cobbler for breakfast meets immediate approval by you and your family. It’s totally appropriate and is as delicious for breakfast in bed as it is for dessert after dinner. Your family will love the sweet baked goodness of this cobbler and it’s as good as any more traditional cobbler. Serve it with yogurt as opposed to ice cream. You’ll get the benefit of a dairy serving for breakfast. You’ll need peaches, corn starch, cinnamon, lemon juice and brown sugar. For the topping or crust put together flour, oats, sugar, baking powder and soda, salt, butter, coconut oil, cream and milk.

Breakfast Stuffed Waffles

You can transform biscuit dough into waffles that are stuffed with scrambled eggs and melted cheese, and it’s easy to make. All you need is large eggs (slightly beaten), green and red pepper, salt and pepper, cheddar cheese slices and a tube of refrigerated biscuits. Separate the biscuits into 8 sections and then cut them into lengthwise pieces 16 in all. Place the biscuit halves in the waffle iron. Top them with the cheese slices, egg mixture and a biscuit half. Close the waffle iron carefully and allow them to cook for 3-4 minutes.

Inner Goddess Raspberry Breakfast Bowls

Breakfast bowls are a pleasant addition to a breakfast in bed meal. This recipe is full of nutritious ingredients that can help you start your day off with a bang. You’ll need frozen mangoes or peaches, water, frozen raspberries, coconut milk, chia seeds, flax meal, honey, salt and granola, nuts, coconut and cream for any toppings. Simply soften the frozen fruit, blend the peaches (with the water) and blend the raspberries with the coconut milk. Once you have done that, combine the fruit mixtures and stir in the other ingredients. Use any toppings that you like and store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to three days.



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