Here are 20+ Winter Breakfast Ideas that you can cozy up with! Wake up on a cold winter morning and make one of these breakfast recipes to warm up.
Winter Breakfast Ideas That Will Warm You Up
Are you looking for a hearty breakfast recipe for cold winter mornings? Look no further.
Here's a list of popular recipes that we love eating in the winter mornings when it's cold and chilly.
I really hope you find a recipe you love on here. If not, feel free to browse the entire collection of Winter Breakfast Recipes on The Worktop.
1. Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole
This big breakfast is hearty and will warm you right through in the winters. It's loaded with sausage, egg and cheese and can be prepared the night before.
Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole
2. Sweet Potato Hash
This is our favorite Sweet Potato Hash! It's delicious for breakfast or brunch and can easily be made in a skillet. These sweet potatoes are packed with flavor from bacon and a maple syrup glaze.
Sweet Potato Hash
3. Raisin Bread French Toast
I often love to top French toasts with berries, but when winter mornings come around, we change it up and make Raisin Bread French Toast.
The Raisin bread gives this breakfast a nice sweet flavor, and it's delicious served with a big pat of butter.
Raisin Bread French Toast
4. Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole with Tater Tots
This Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole is always a hit for breakfast! This is a big winter breakfast idea that will warm you up in the morning.
This breakfast casserole is made without bread, and uses tater tots, so it is also gluten-free. It's also convenient because you can buy the tater tots far ahead of hand and just keep them in the freezer.
Ham and Cheese Breakfast Casserole with Tater Tots
5. Slow Cooker Oatmeal with Steel Cut Oats
When you want a warm breakfast waiting for you right when you wake up, Slow Cooker Oatmeal will give you a perfect start to the day. This is an overnight recipe that you can set before bed.
Slow Cooker Oatmeal - Overnight with Steel Cut Oats
6. Medjool Date and Orange Scones
This Medjool Date and Orange Scone is full of winter flavors. I love the cinnamon and orange combination.
Pair it with a cup of coffee for the perfect winter morning breakfast idea.
Medjool Date and Orange Scones
7. Bone Broth Savory Oatmeal
This healthy winter breakfast idea uses bone broth to make a hearty savory oatmeal. It will warm you right up to the core!
I add in spinach and mushrooms and top it with an egg, but it's easy to customize.
Savory Oatmeal with Bone Broth (GF)
8. Breakfast Enchiladas with Leftover Chicken
Make this easy breakfast enchilada bake warm up on a winter morning! This casserole can feed a crowd, or you can make it ahead of time and eat it throughout the week.
Turn rotisserie chicken into delicious warm breakfast.
9. Orange and Cranberry Nut Bread
A moist Orange Cranberry Nut Bread. You'll love this easy recipe that uses fresh cranberries. It's healthy with the addition of spelt flour!
Perfect for breakfast idea for a cold winter morning.
Orange Cranberry Nut Bread
10. Chinese Steamed Eggs
This classic recipe is so comforting to eat on a cold morning. We love the silky texture of Chinese Steamed Eggs.
Chinese Steamed Egg
11. Easy Breakfast Skillet
You'll love this loaded breakfast skillet with sausage and potatoes! You might know this as a farmers breakfast skillet, a cowboy breakfast skillet, or a country breakfast skillet.
Whatever you call it, it's easy, hearty and delicious for breakfast, especially on a winter morning.
Easy Breakfast Skillet - Loaded and Hearty
12. Chorizo and Chickpea Stew with Baked Eggs
This Chorizo and Chickpea Stew with Baked Eggs is a hearty and satisfying brunch. You can make this easy recipe in one pot, and easily feed the entire family.
If you are looking for a filling breakfast idea for winter mornings, you'll love this stew. Serve it on toast.
Chorizo and Chickpea Stew with Baked Eggs
13. Peruvian Quinoa Porridge with Amaranth
This is a healthy winter breakfast idea that will give you fiber, protein and warm you up. Instead of oatmeal, this Quinoa Porridge is a great alternative!
Peruvian Quinoa Porridge with Amaranth (Vegan, GF)
14. Lemon Sour Cream Pound Cake
This Lemon Sour Cream Pound Cake is so moist and easy to make! I love this old fashioned recipe that's also easy to follow. It bakes perfectly in a loaf pan.
Lemon Sour Cream Pound Cake
15. Challah French Toast Casserole
Challah French toast casserole is a decadent recipe that's perfect for a weekend brunch. You prep this baked challah French toast the night before. So in the morning, brunch will be ready easily.
You can also make this on the weekend and save it for weekday mornings. Just heat up a slice and serve.
Challah French Toast Casserole
16. Instant Pot Baked Beans on Toast
These Pressure Cooker Baked Beans cook to be thick, rich, and savory with a hint of sticky sweetness from the molasses and brown sugar.
This recipe makes a huge pot of Southern-style baked beans that will warm you right up on a cold winter morning.
Pressure Cooker Baked Beans on Toast (GF)
17. Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
We love making this healthy apple cinnamon oatmeal for breakfast. This is a quick stovetop winter breakfast idea that is perfect for weekday mornings.
Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
18. Chicken and Ginger Congee
Get the recipe for Chicken and Ginger Congee by The Worktop.
Chicken and Ginger Congee (GF)
19. Stuffed French Toast
Get the recipe for Baked Stuffed French Toast.
Baked Stuffed French Toast
20. Norwegian Waffles (Heart Shaped)
The Best Norwegian Waffle Recipe! This heart shaped waffle makes a delicious breakfast. You'll love these easy to make thin waffles from Norway, particularly on a cold winter morning!
Norwegian Waffles (Heart Shaped Waffles)
Find More Winter Breakfast Ideas on The Worktop
If you are still looking, here's the entire collection of Winter Breakfast Recipes on The Worktop.
Jenn @ Peas and Crayons says
Yes please! I'm all about the cozy eats right now - these are perfection! Thank you so so much for featuring my breakfast bake!
Teresa jui says
wow so many. It all looks nice, don't know which one to choose first.
Lokness @ The Missing Lokness says
Thank you so much for including my bread pudding recipe! I would love any of these for breakfast any day. That's the way to start a good day! ;)
Charlie @ The Kitchen Shed says
Mmmmm!! What a great recipe haul! That cinnamon apple twist bread looks insane!!
Rachel @ Simple Seasonal says
Thanks for including Simple Seasonal in your roundup! There so many good looking recipes here!
Christine | Mid-Life Croissant says
OK, I was excited about what I'm cooking for dinner but now I wish it was breakfast time! Thanks for including my eggs in such great company. Hope all's well by you! Baby here? *If not then you hate me for asking that question. I totally understand. No hard feelings ;-) It's just so hard to resist when you're on the other side!!*