Whether you’re running out the door to work or just remembered you agreed to host Sunday brunch, odds are you need a ridiculously quick breakfast recipe. Calling for just three ingredients each, these nine sweet and savory breakfasts come together faster than you can make a stop at the bagel place—better yet, the ingredients are probably stuff you already have in the kitchen.
You don’t have to save your pancake breakfast for the weekend. This pancake batter is just eggs, milk, and flour—we think that’s perfectly reasonable to mix up before work or on a Sunday morning.
Make the cutest personal bacon and eggs for brunch: Crack an egg into each cup of a muffin tin lined with a strip of cooked bacon. Sprinkle with chives, then bake until eggs are cooked.
This vibrant acai bowl looks intricate, but it’s actually ridiculously easy to make. Blend a frozen acai pack, a frozen banana, and a bit of nondairy milk or yogurt into a thick purple smoothie. Top with fruit and granola, or spoon it up as is.
Essentially a giant cheesy, eggy hash brown, this speedy vegetarian breakfast skillet is a morning dream, thanks to eggs, sweet potatoes, and a bit of sharp cheese.
You don’t need to stop for a muffin to grab a quick breakfast. Mix nut butter, cocoa powder, and eggs, then pour into muffin tins. Stash a few in your purse for a hangry emergency.
This creamy smoothie is packed with good-for-you fats, making it a perfect post-workout meal. Blend avocado, frozen banana, and milk until pale and smooth. Throw it in a jar and drink it on the go if you want.
Stir chia seeds with a blended mixture of coconut milk and raspberries. Let it sit overnight, then wake up to the easiest (and prettiest) chia pudding breakfast around.
A breakfast skillet is without a doubt the best meal to serve to a group of friends for brunch, made better only by a short ingredient list. Brown ground turkey in a pan, then add spicy salsa and crack in a bunch of eggs. Breakfast is served.
Blend frozen strawberries and milk into a thick mixture, then pour into a jar of oats. Stash in a jar overnight, then spoon up all that pink goodness tomorrow morning.