Pancakes, muesli, panini or omelet? If you’re struggling with great ideas yourself, here are 12 suggestions for what you can put on the breakfast table this weekend.
1. Pancakes with berries and syrup
You may have eaten them in the United States or seen them served in a movie and dreamed of classic American pancakes. With Anne Hjernøe’s recipe, you can whip up small thick pancakes in your own kitchen.
2. Omelet in many varieties
The omelet can be filled with so many things. The Price brothers offer herbs, asparagus, pepperoni or pine nuts and goat cheese.
3. Fruit and nut oatmeal
Oatmeal is good both on weekdays and on weekends. Here with fruits, berries, cottage cheese, nuts and chia seeds.
4. Light, Airy and Delicious Panini
Impress with an airy and delicious panini. Italian bread that tastes great with toppings.
5. Banana slices for young and old
If you have ripe bananas at home, this recipe can quickly become a hit with adults and children. Coconut milk replaces milk, which means that even children under ten months can eat these patches.
6. Egg and onion salad
The eggs are good. Onions are good. Why not mix them in a salad with bread?
7. Muesli with lots of digg
Homemade muesli is easy to prepare. This variant by Mats Paulsen can be enhanced with fruit, chocolate, berries and nuts. Then you have an easy meal that gives strength to today’s challenges.
8. Pancakes with bacon and syrup
Bacon and syrup pancakes are the breakfast of many Americans. And while it’s not the healthiest option, it’s okay to have a pile of them once in a while.
9. Coarse breakfast bread for lunch
Here you get great tips from Ingrid Espelid Hovig. Coarse breakfast breads should rise for a little over an hour, but the baking time is short, only 15-17 minutes.
10. Egg pancakes
Try Lars Erik Vesterdal’s egg pancakes with bacon, asparagus, radishes and pea shoots. Tasty and delicious!
11. Herring and eggs
Herring can be varied in many ways, here with eggs, dill, pickles and capers.
12. Smoothies in several varieties
Smoothies are a refreshing way to get fruits and berries. Maybe this weekend you have time to get out the blender and make a new variation? Here you get four twists on the popular drink.