I love a clean kitchen but the kids gotta eat…
My kitchen is not always this spick and span, but I can dream right???
I’m a busy mom-on-the-go and I can bet that you, too, are busy juggling all the things. It can be tough (and tiring) to make sure my kids get breakfast before the leave for school.
I know breakfast is important, so I’m sharing my time saving hack for THREE easy school morning breakfasts for the mom-on-the-go.
Each of these breakfast ideas include sausage. You can always switch this out and add to the recipes below.
Here’s what you’ll do first…
- Cook all your sausage on Sunday when you usually have a little more time and time to clean up.
- Put it in a container to pull from all week.
Breakfast Idea #1:
Scrambled eggs with cheese and sausage mixed in.
This literally only takes about 5 minutes of prep time and it’s filling for your kiddos.
Breakfast Idea #2:
Sausage and Cheese Puffs
This was a staple made by my friend throughout our years of tailgating. (Go VOLs!)
I take two Pillsbury Crescent Rolls then add my pre-mixed goat cheese and sausage. Then, I wrap them up, place them in the oven for the duration of the crescent roll cook time and then viola!. In less then 20 minutes, you have a quick and easy breakfast.
Note that while you’re waiting for you oven to preheat, you’ll want to assemble the sausage puffs to save you time!
Breakfast Idea #3:
Cheese and Sausage Balls.
This is a blast from the past. We ate these all the time growing up. I love being able to adapt them for my dairy free children now. Mom used to make these a TON at a time and freeze them in sets of 12 in the freezer. Hello genius!
This recipe does take a bit more prep work on Sunday, but totally worth the time for the quick and easy breakfast during the week!
Here’s my momma’sbreak recipe in her handwriting below!