I recently joined forces with the Grain Mill Wagon Challenge to help people experience freshly milled flours! I make all my own breads and use 95% freshly milled flour in my recipes. I’ve been grinding my own flour since 2005 and love it! I thought this Challenge would be a fabulous way to share wonderful recipes with you, my fabulous readers!
Since I’m gearing up for Back2School, the first recipe I’m sharing with the Grain Mill Wagon Challenge is for Homemade Toaster Waffles. I quadruple this recipe so we can eat some on cooking day and also freezer quite a few. When we’re ready to eat them after they’ve been frozen, I just pop them in the toaster and we enjoy!
If you’re looking for more breakfast recipes that can be frozen ahead of time for easy mornings, here are some of my favs!
Eggy Breakfast Muffins – these unique muffins combine flour, meat, cheese, and veg. They are delightful and a favorite of my 8 year old.
Homemade Monkey Bread -this is a fun treat. Normal people buy frozen bread dough at the store and make this recipe with pre-packaged bread. I’m not normal, though, and make my own. 😉
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread – this is another fabulous recipe and is my father-in-law’s favorite. I also quadruple this recipe so I have extras to freeze.
Mix & Match Muffin Packets – I learned this trick from LifeAsMom! Instead of just making one batch of muffins, I whip up 4 or 5 extra packets of the dried ingredients. When we want hot, fresh muffins, I take a packet out of my freezer, add oil, mix-ins, and milk, and we enjoy!
Buttermilk Pancakes – Another easy recipe to double and then freeze. These also heat up very nicely in the toaster.
Scone Packets – This is very similar to the muffin packets, except it’s scones! We love scones at my house and having the dry ingredients already mixed together saves me time on busy mornings.
Don’t forget to find the recipe for Toaster Waffles at the Grain Mill Challenge. Do you have a favorite breakfast recipe that can be made ahead of time and frozen? Please leave a link in the comments, if so! I’m always on the prowl for new ideas!