All Photos by Teresa Sabga

Do you even brushi, bro? As in, have you experienced the magic and wonder of homemade breakfast sushi? Nah? OK, here’s your chance to come correct on June 18, International Sushi Day. Roll like a pro with these easy-to-follow homemade sticky-rice breakfast masterpieces, and invite your whole crew for a DIY-sushi party. Whether your friends are craving the crunch of fruity granola or the heat of a spicy ham sandwich, our menu offers Instagram-worthy options, deliciously crafted with breakfast food flavors to please all. No soy sauce needed, but please do pass the syrup. 

Breakfast Sandwich Sushi Roll

Forget the bread—wrap your ham and tots in a thin egg wrap. Here, Sriracha-amped avocado subs in for wasabi.

5-Ingredient Chocolate Banana Bites

Dessert for breakfast? Who are we to argue? You’re only 10 minutes away from devouring this sweet-and-salty treat. No bamboo mat required.

Granola Parfait Frushi Roll

Rich, creamy yogurt pairs with granola for a power-packed breakfast. Thinly sliced kiwi and strawberries create a beautiful wrapper around the rice.

Bagel with Cream Cheese and Lox

Mimic the look of a classic New York breakfast, minus the carb coma that usually ensues.

Watermelon “Tartare”

Everything isn't always what it seems. It looks just like tuna, but it’s not. Ain’t nothing fishy about this vegan-friendly watermelon alternative.

How to Make It

Step 1

Melt ½ tablespoon butter in a large skillet over medium heat. Whisk salt and pepper into the eggs and pour the mixture into the hot skillet. Swirl the pan over the heat until the eggs are spread evenly in the pan like a thin omelet. Cook for 1 minute, flip and continue cooking for 30 seconds. Remove from heat and slide the egg out of the pan onto a sushi-rolling mat.

Step 2

In the microwave, melt semisweet chocolate chips in short intervals of 15 seconds, stirring in between. Keep going until they're all melted down, but don’t burn the chocolate. Trust us on this—it’s worth the extra effort.

Step 3

Place the cooked sushi rice on the edge of a sushi roll mat closest to you. Evenly press rice into a rectangle, about 8x4 inches. Don’t worry if it’s not exact—a little more or a little less won’t hurt anyone.

Step 4

Place cooked sushi rice into 2 mini doughnut molds and then carefully flip the tray to retrieve your “bagels.”

Step 5

Stir together first five ingredients in a mixing bowl.

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