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May 2, 2007 10:12 AM

Breakfast that can be frozen

Hey all! I am looking for ideas for breakfast foods that I can freeze and my mom can easily reheat. She enjoys sweeter stuff in the morning so I guess muffins and the like would be best. I would like to cook stuff in batches so she will have stock for a while and I won't have to bake constantly. Any suggestions?

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  1. I don't have any sweet ideas, but in the South Beach Diet Cookbook there is a recipe for mini quiches that you make in advance and freeze. They use eggbeaters, but I don't know why just using whichever quiche recipe you prefer with fillings wouldn't work. Bake them in muffin tins and they are a great reheatable breakfast.

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    1. re: MalinDC

      Made strawberry scones the other day -- its only me and the BF so ended up freezing most of them -- they're great for breakfast, just pop them in the toaster!

      1. re: xnyorkr

        So do regular home made waffles-just pop them in the toaser-a la eggo, but better.

      2. when i make pancakes i always make a double batch and freeze the leftovers. they come out great in the toaster/toaster oven. my husband nukes them and says they're fine. but i don't do that. waffles work really well, too. i usually have bagels in the freezer, too.

        1. These scones freeze well as long as you do not glaze before freezing.

          It has been months since I made them, but when we had them on hand we would reheat and just smear whatever preserves, honey, or other condiment we had on hand. They're also good w/cranberries subbed in for the blueberries.