Better Breakfasts in Baltimore

stack of pancakes

Breakfast can definitely be one of those rushed things that doesn’t get the attention it deserves. If you already prioritize your breakfast, good for you! Whether you’re a pro at making your days start off with a delicious and nutritious meal or you need a few ideas to help you on the task, today The 501 Blog has some recipes you can try for a great start to your day. Try these and your day in your apartment or out and about in Baltimore is sure to go great!

Breakfast Recipes

Brown sugar banana French toast casserole

This make-ahead casserole makes use of the sweet and salty flavors in the brown sugar caramel sauce, sliced bananas, and a brown sugar crumble topping. All you have to do is assemble it all the night before you plan on eating it and bake it in the morning as soon as you get up. You won’t even have to change your morning routine too much to fit it into your morning meal time. This is a great option if you need to serve others, too!

Lemon ricotta pancakes

Pancakes can be dense and leave you sluggish for the rest of the day, but we think this recipe is a great way to combat those feelings and still enjoy the beauty of this breakfast classic. The blogger of the recipe calls the pancakes “light and airy” and says they “will make your mornings shine even on rainy days!” The lemon and ricotta give this delectable pancake mix a fresh and delicate touch and flavor. Top with your favorite fruits to make it extra pretty and tasty!

Italian baked eggs

At just a five-minute prep time and ten-minute cook time, this recipe will have you never skipping breakfast again. And it’s super easy, too, if you have a small dish for baking (the author uses two 10-ounce ramekins). Just dump some marinara sauce into the dishes, top them with eggs, milk, cheese, and salt and pepper to taste. Then bake and help yourself! We love the suggestion of dipping bread in it!

What are your favorite breakfast recipes? Let the rest of our Maryland apartment community know in the comments so we can try them out! Thanks for reading. Happy breakfasting!

 

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