If you’re the kind of anti-morning person who doesn't want to make a big deal out of breakfast, all of your go-to breakfast fixes are probably sweet as hell. Sugary cereal, granola bars, Pop-Tarts, yogurt—all great ways to start the day in a hurry, but also the bane of the savory breakfast lover’s existence. If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then it should be exactly what you want it to be. For some, that means it should be heavier on the umami than the tooth-achingly sweet. We pulled together a few of our favorite savory breakfasts to save you from an empty stomach and a trip to the dentist. If you’re also the kind of anti-morning person who rolls out of bed with five minutes to spare, we suggest making up some big batches of these at night and keeping them ready to go in the fridge. And hey, they’d all make for a solid dinner, too.
Look, it’s a cliché for a reason. And the better the bread, and the riper the avocado, the less likely you are to hate on the much maligned avocado toast ever again.
You can make a big batch of this socca pancake batter and keep it in the fridge all week for a quick breakfast, and the flavor just keeps getting better.
Few foods are as good out of the frying pan, late at night and cold, or out of the microwave the next morning. This is one of those foods, from the inimitable Yasmin Khan, author of The Saffron Tales.
A dozen of these bad boys plus a little butter is the simplest way to a filling breakfast that you can carry in one hand on your way out the door. Only gets better with eggs and bacon, if you’re so inclined.
Spicy, soupy Cajun-baked eggs are just begging to be sopped up with some good toasty bread on a Saturday morning.
All you need are onions, tomatoes, and guanciale, plus a lot of eggs and cheese, and you have a truly memorable breakfast that's just as good at 9 PM as it is at 9 AM, or anywhere in between.
Lol, pancakes who? These Chinese gingery eggs will make you forget you ever settled for 'em.
The proof is in the, er, porridge. Savory breakfast is always the way to go.
Start your day the Jamaican way with a little salt cod, a little ackee, and the kick from a small but mighty Scotch bonnet pepper.
If you like a good breakfast burrito, logic states you will like a breakfast quesadilla. Facts.
Ooooh, you fancy, huh? Take a cue from Fat Prince Andy Milonakis with this caviar-topped hash.
You cannot go wrong with refried beans, a perfect fried egg, and fresh masa huaraches. If you do, well, we don’t know how you managed to fuck it up, but it still probably tastes delicious.
Oh, Farideh Sadeghin, our intrepid culinary director here at MUNCHIES, serving up brilliance with this breakfast pasta full of eggs, bacon, sausage and cheese.
Once you perfect the art of the hash, you can riff on it any way you want with whatever veggies you have lying around.
Sometimes, you gotta treat yourself and go all in on the plating for a pretty little breakfast like this one, with a perfectly poached egg on top of puff pastry and mushroom gravy.