My Favorite Weekend Breakfast

Ever since I was young one of my favorite breakfasts to make on the weekends were Eggs (it was also one of the first things I learned to cook-alongside baking chocolate chip cookies!). Today I still love making eggs. I’ll cook two eggs and add an avocado and some fruit-strawberries or mixed berries and drink it with lemon water. When I add all of this to my plate it feels more indulgent rather than just having a bowl of cereal or yogurt like I do during the week.

It’s such an easy breakfast to make and while cooking I can get other things done like picking up around my home. It’s also a quick breakfast to make which takes less than ten minutes to make.

What’s your favorite breakfast? And do you have a go to breakfast on the weekends?

Author: stylestomakeyousmile

Hi! Welcome to Styles to Make You Smile. I’ll be sharing my tips on shopping, cooking, health and more. These are tips that will provide you with a realistic lifestyle. What inspired me to start this blog is to encourage people to make their life simpler by providing smart style tips to make life easier. To tell you a bit about myself; I’m 30 years young, love shopping, and taking pictures (especially of food and the outdoors) and have wonderful family and best friends. I grew up in the country of Upstate NY, danced for 17 years and have worked in the retail industry for over ten years. Please feel free to email me for any collaborations/advice. I hope this blog inspires you to try new things in your everyday life and you join me on this journey as I share my advice with you. <3 Always, Amy Beth

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