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17 Hot Breakfasts For When You Need To Warm Up

It's cold as balls. Eat breakfast.

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Summer was a time of smoothies and yogurt parfaits for breakfast. But as beautiful as acai bowls are, they're hard to eat when it's below freezing outside. So here are 15 breakfast recipes that are guaranteed to keep you warm – at least until you step outside.

Original article by Nancy Chen for Spoon University.

1. Bacon, Egg, Cheese & Avocado Nachos on a Bed of Mini Waffles

It’s nachos and waffles’ beautiful love baby. Here's how.
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It’s nachos and waffles’ beautiful love baby. Here's how.

2. Cinnabun Waffles

Literally heaven. Directions here.
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Literally heaven. Directions here.

3. Secret-Ingredient Vegan Waffles

Vegan ≠ boring. Learn how here.
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Vegan ≠ boring. Learn how here.

4. Cream Cheese French Toast with Caramelized Bananas

Believe us when we say cream cheese makes your french toast 100x better. Recipe here.
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Believe us when we say cream cheese makes your french toast 100x better. Recipe here.

5. Microwavable Oatmeal with Chia and Flax Seeds

For those mornings when it’s too cold to make a real breakfast. Here's how.
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For those mornings when it’s too cold to make a real breakfast. Here's how.

6. PB&J Stuffed French Toast

The ultimate comfort food. Recipe here.
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The ultimate comfort food. Recipe here.

7. Hot Chocolate Pancakes with Charred Marshmallows

Who said you couldn’t eat chocolate for breakfast? Epicness starts here.
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Who said you couldn’t eat chocolate for breakfast? Epicness starts here.

8. Bacon, Egg & Cheese Cookies

Are they cookies or are they breakfast sandwiches? Either way, you should eat them. Watch how here.
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Are they cookies or are they breakfast sandwiches? Either way, you should eat them. Watch how here.

9. "Crack" Oatmeal with a Secret Ingredient

Even oatmeal-haters like this one. Recipe here.
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Even oatmeal-haters like this one. Recipe here.

10. Baked Pancakes

For when normal pancakes just don’t make the cut. Learn how here.
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For when normal pancakes just don’t make the cut. Learn how here.

11. French Toast Twists

The secret ingredient? Nutella. Roll 'em up like this.
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The secret ingredient? Nutella. Roll 'em up like this.

12. Grapefruit Dutch Baby

Apple dutch babies are so yesterday. Recipe here.
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Apple dutch babies are so yesterday. Recipe here.

13. Classic Shakshuka

In need of some yolk porn or some comfort food? This recipe has got you covered. Recipe here.
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In need of some yolk porn or some comfort food? This recipe has got you covered. Recipe here.

14. Egg, Cheese, and Scallion Oatmeal

Who said oatmeal can’t be savory? Get it here.
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Who said oatmeal can’t be savory? Get it here.

15. Cinnamon Sugar Pop-Tarts

Sometimes the boxed stuff just isn’t gonna cut it. Recipe here.
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Sometimes the boxed stuff just isn’t gonna cut it. Recipe here.

16. Bacon and Egg Toast Cups

These are how Ron Swanson would eat away the cold. Make ‘em like this.
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These are how Ron Swanson would eat away the cold. Make ‘em like this.

17. Chilaquiles

Best part is you can make this using leftover chips and salsa. Thrifty. Recipe here.
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Best part is you can make this using leftover chips and salsa. Thrifty. Recipe here.

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