Satisfying Snow Day Breakfasts

Snow falls overnight and you wake up to find that both the office and school are closed. You crawl back into bed for a couple of hours and wake up to a full house (full of hungry bellies).  With the kids home from school, it’s a great time to get the entire family in the kitchen and cook a big breakfast. After all, you’ll need to fuel up before a day packed with sledding, snowball fights, and snowman construction. These breakfast recipes are perfect for chilly snow day mornings. Put on your coziest sweatpants and fuzziest wool socks and head to the kitchen.

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260 Comments

  1. Teresa Harvey

    Oatmeal with little brown sugar and pat of of butter

  2. laurie damrose

    Bagel oatmeal fresh baked goods.

  3. sarah mayer

    We make eggs, oatmeal, sausage, hashbrowns and toast.

  4. My family always looks forward to my all meat skillet when we areturn stuck indoors!

  5. Sarah Gillespie

    We don’t have snow days in Phoenix haha but French toast is always quick and yummy!

  6. Karen Leonard

    I eat eggs and bacon

  7. A good warm bowl of oatmeal and black coffee.

  8. Coffee and pancakes. :)

  9. Cheesy omelette, waffles, pancakes and quiche, and a hot pot of coffee,

  10. Eggs and pancakes!

  11. On snow days we have cinnamon rolls or biscuits and gravy!!

  12. Denise Sanders

    On a snow day I make biscuits & gravy.

  13. Bettina Estes

    Biscuits and gravy, bacon and eggs. A pot of coffee for him and a lg cup of hot chocolate for me.

  14. I make omelette’s and bacon.

  15. Eggs and toast

  16. we love making chocolate chip pancakes

  17. Pancakes with maple syrup

  18. Jennifer Royal

    eggs and hash and biscuits

  19. I don’t have snow days (FL girl), but on cold days waffles are my favorite.

  20. I usually cook Eggs, bacon or sausage, grits!

  21. No snow where I live, but chilly mornings we have lovely hot, sweet, yummy oatmeal.

  22. It doesn’t really matter whether it’s a snow day or not, I rarely cook breakfast. I usually just drink coffee, but when I do cook breakfast, It’s eggs, bacon and toast.

  23. Diane Barranti

    We love our breakfast sandwiches and breakfast burritos

  24. we love making waffles

  25. Gingerbread pancakes!

  26. French toast with bacon or pork roll

  27. lisa mcfarland

    pancakes

  28. We like eggs, bacon or biscuits and gravy, the warm meals that feel good on a cold morning.

  29. Karen Matysik

    Pancakes and bacon with hot chocolate is what I usually cook on a snow day.

  30. Usually waffles, sausage and eggs on snow days.

  31. we make pancakes and waffles

  32. Mary Boudreau

    I make an omelette

  33. I usually make hot cocoa and pancakes.

  34. Kathi Kearney

    I like to make something that “sticks to your ribs” like favored oatmeal or a warm breakfast casserole.

  35. Waffles, sausage and homemade biscuits with gravy

  36. On snow days I make coffee, hot coco for the kids, biscuits bacon eggs and cinnamon rolls.

  37. french toast and coffee and bacon! :)

  38. we make pancakes for breakfast

  39. Gayle Gildehaus

    I make crepes or chocolate chip waffles on snow days.

  40. I like to make pancakes for the girls.

  41. Pancakes! My family loves them!

  42. Sarah Oswald

    WE eat pancakes and sausage or french toast and sausage.

  43. Eggs or French toast, or waffles, though I love hot oatmeal or other hot cereals too.

  44. Joseph Skidmore

    Depends on mood, but many times it would be eggs, over easy, fried potatoes, bacon or sausage, toast and lots of coffee.

  45. No snow days where I live but We like smoothies

  46. Kelly Tupick

    I’ll usually make over easy eggs with bacon and toast and of course my coffee.

  47. Kristi Price

    Cinnamon raisin bread grilled cheddar cheese sandwiches and coffee, yum! Thanks for the chance and Merry Christmas! :) xoxo

  48. Jeff Metzner

    Whatever’s in the freezer, if I haven’t had a chance to plan ahead.

  49. For snow days, we usually have hot oatmeal with croissant.

  50. Cassandra Coleman

    I normally cook grits and bacon on snow days. Yummy

  51. I love hot black coffee with some pancakes and fresh fruit.

  52. Steel cut oats.

  53. Corned beef hash, eggs, and rye toast

  54. Gwen Beauchamp

    Sausage gravy and biscuits with scrambled eggs. Reading all these comments is making me wish for snow right now! ;-)

  55. Maria Urena

    Pancakes, bacon, and eggs.

  56. I live in the Mojave desert; what’s a snow day?? LOL!!

  57. Teresa Organ

    Pancakes or Waffles

  58. Dana Matthews

    Snow days is cause for pancakes and bacon!

  59. Cinnamon rolls and bacon

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