Sometimes you don't feel like cooking, especially in the summer. That's when lazy no-cook breakfasts come in handy. Because who wants to labor over a hot stove when there's fun to be had outside?
These lazy no-cook breakfastideas are great for busy weekdays but also suitable for vacation or anytime you have a surprise guest come over.
5 Easy No-Cook Breakfast Ideas for Lazy Mornings
Greek yogurt, plain yogurt, vanilla yogurt…the choice is yours. Top it with seasonal fruits like berries, sliced peaches or plums. Sprinkle in a bit of granola or chia seeds and you’ve got yourself a breakfast of champs that has protein, fiber and natural sweetness.
There’s something magical that happens when you mix chia seeds and liquid. The result is a creamy gel-like mixture that can be dressed up in a million ways.
You can use coconut milk or almond milk as a base for a dairy-free pudding. Let it rest at least 15 minutes or overnight and top with fruit, nuts or coconut flakes. Give this raspberry chia seed pudding a try. Scrumptious!
Yup, we went there. Leftovers are a great lazy no-cook breakfast option depending on what you had to eat the previous day.
Got any leftover deviled eggs from brunch? Or some quiche? Maybe gazpacho? It’s a good idea to plan your menus so you always leftovers you can easily turn into breakfast the next day.
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