Mason Jar Breakfast. Perhaps some distraction from troubling times? Well, then this is for you! Take a look at the pictures below to see some healthy make-ahead breakfasts you can eat on the go.
Mason jar breakfasts aren't all layered parfaits, oats, and chia seeds. Hearty combinations like this one work just as well, making eggs portable without putting them on an English muffin or bagel. Not Your Grandma's Mason Jar Anymore! You can cook Mason Jar Breakfast using 6 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mason Jar Breakfast
- You need 1 of Butter (enough to butter inside cooking vessel).
- It’s 1 of Egg (1 or 2 or with some egg whites).
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Milk.
- You need 1 of Anything you want in it, i.e. cheese, tomatoes, spinach, mushrooms, sausage, bacon, cooked potatoes, black beans, ketchup, hot sauce – you get the idea, anything works.
- Prepare 1 of Salt, pepper, or herbs.
- It’s 1 slice of Bread.
This recipe is dedicated to my sister, Ashley, who suggested I find a way to put her favorite breakfast, French Toast, in a jar. I had a lot of fun with this recipe and it turned out great, but it wasn't without a big fat super fail…. which I will share with you at the bottom of this post! Crack two eggs into each jar. Divide cheese, onion, ham, and bell pepper between the two jars and season with salt and pepper.
Mason Jar Breakfast step by step
- Butter inside the jar, cup, coffee mug, or bowl you plan to use.
- Add eggs and milk and whip.
- Add any ingredients you want to use. Leave enough liquid to cover bread.
- Cut the slice of bead in pieces and push the pieced down to soak up the egg liquid.
- Now you can cook, or save until breakfast time tomorrow. If you use a mason jar, just screw on the lid and place in the refrigerator.
- Cook in the microwave until the egg mixture is no longer liquid and the mixture has raised to not quite double in size. About 3-minutes for 1 jar, 4-minutes for 2 jars.
- You can empty your creation out onto a plate, or eat right in the jar or coffee mug.
Make-and-Take Mason Jar Breakfasts for Busy Mornings. For a take-with-you morning meal that will also stay with you, grab a mason jar and try these nutritious recipes. Many can be made ahead of time, so all you need to do is grab the filled jar and a spoon on your way out the door, and you have a fresh, healthy, homemade breakfast, no matter. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But yet so many of us just press the snooze button waaaaayy too often and then hurry to work without having breakfast.