Talk about sausage-cheddar biscuits, and greasy patties slung out of drive-thru windows come to mind. But if you’re cozy in bed with a crippling hangover there’s no need to leave home. Keep your pickled heart happy by cooking these breakfast biscuits in the comfort of your own dimly lit kitchen. A sizzling-hot sausage and a slab of melty cheese make for a simple yet delicious savory filling.
It’s true that dorm life is never going to be glamorous, but that doesn’t mean you have to be stuck eating a breakfast diet solely consisting of Cheerios and toaster strudels for the duration of your dormitory life. In fact, there are some delicious breakfast dishes you can make right in your dorm (or hotel room or AirBnB or vacation cabin) using minimal ingredients and tools. Here are some delicious breakfast foods that can be made quickly and simply.
This foolproof breakfast proves that everything really is better with bacon—even if it's Canadian bacon. Mark Canlis, co-owner of Seattle restaurant Canlis, is the mastermind behind these three-egg omelets. Although he crafted this play on a “hangover breakfast” long before he could even legally drink alcohol, this ain’t a dish for the kiddos.
If you’re prone to hitting the snooze button one too many times in the morning, one of the last things on your mind when you roll out of bed is eating something wholesome. That’s where breakfast hacks can come in handy. Between brushing your teeth and making sure your socks match, getting ready can be a mad dash even without worrying about food. But skipping breakfast, or your morning coffee, can be a surefire way to make yourself grumpy.