Make-ahead FREEZER breakfasts! French toast sticks, egg muffins (+ Nana’s buttermilk syrup!)

Happy Shelf-Cook May, Freebs! Let's be honest…who doesn't need more quick and easy breakfast ideas in their life? And how about topping it off with delicious recipes that actually taste as good when they are make-ahead, FREEZER breakfast recipes?

Now we're talkin'.

As y'all have been interested in cooking more this month (yay for shelf-cooking!) I have had an influx of requests asking for some of our quick and easy breakfast ideas. Mama J heard you! Today I'm showing you a few of our favorite make-ahead freezer breakfasts that taste incredible fresh, AND made-ahead and pulled from the freezer. In this video I'm showing you our favorite CRUNCHY French Toast Sticks, mouthwatering egg muffins, and a bonus recipe of Nana's famous buttermilk syrup!

In case you missed it, the month of May is our Freebs #ShelfCookingChallenge. I'm giving away a freezer at the end of the month for those who participate in the challenge, it is not to be ignored! So hurry and check out THIS POST for the details, and follow me on Instagram and Facebook for daily updates!).

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There you have it! Two of our favorite freezer meals PLUS the bonus of Nana's famous buttermilk syrup. Here are the recipes for you:

Here are the products I used:

  • Toaster bags. Great for re-heating things you normally wouldn't stick in the toaster, like cheesy things and sandwiches!
  • Silicone baking mats. These bad boys are inexpensive, and NECESSARY in the kitchen! Any time something touches my oven, they are baked on one of these bad boys. It keeps things from sticking/burning, which is a necessity for me as a dysfunctional cook.
  • Food processor. THIS is the one that I have, but it looks like there are tons of options. I like having a large capacity so I can crush several cups of food at once.

Here are the recipes I made:

FRENCH TOAST STICKS

I used THIS RECIPE from the Pioneer Woman cookbooks, because I'm obsessed with her and you can NEVER go wrong. She is my spirit animal. I doubled this recipe, next time I will triple it because we eat these bad boys so fast!

NANA'S BUTTERMILK SYRUP

(Get printable recipe HERE)

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 stick of butter
  • 1 Cup sugar
  • ½ Cup buttermilk (if you don’t have buttermilk, use ½ C whole milk mixed with 1T vinegar that has sat for 5 minutes.)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • ½ tsp Baking soda

DIRECTIONS:

Melt butter. Add sugar and buttermilk. Stir well, let come to a boil. Remove from heat. Add vanilla and baking soda, stir. Syrup will become foamy. Let it rest for a few minutes. Serve warm, store leftovers in the fridge.

Again, get the printable recipe HERE.

EGG MUFFINS

This is also a Pioneer Woman Recipe (surprise surprise). You can add ham, veggies, whatever you'd like! I kept mine plain for my picky children. *Enter eye roll.* I doubled this recipe, you could easily triple it!

There you go! Some of our other make-ahead freezer breakfast ideas include:

What are your favorite make-ahead breakfasts?
Want to see more freezer breakfast ideas? Let me know below if so! In the meantime…Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Love it! I am Pioneer Woman obsessed too. Her recipes are always delicious. She is a great inspiration as living way out on the ranch forces her to cook everything and pull from the freezer. No pizza delivery at the last second for her! My favorite freezer breakfasts are egg sandwhiches that are so yummy, healthy, and less expensive than any fast food restaurant!

  2. I love egg muffins!! I’ve actually only made them once, so thank you so much for reminding me about them! I put in tomatoes and chunks of veggie-ham (I’m vegetarian) and it was so good!

    Thank you for the french toast sticks recipe, yummm! Those might end up as dessert 🙂

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