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The News of The Blake School Since 1916

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School Morning Breakfast Ideas

Quick, easy recipes to start your morning
Apples+and+Granola+Fall+Breakfast.
Maggie Seidel
Apples and Granola Fall Breakfast.

Apples & Granola Fall Breakfast

Ingredients: 

  1. Serving of Granola: I use Pumpkin Cinnamon Purely Elizabeth granola. 
  2. 1 apple: I prefer Fuji apples. 
  3. 3-4 Medjool dates

Recipe: This recipe can be modified very easily to accommodate personal preferences. I begin by pouring the granola into my bowl as a base. Then, I slice my apple and add several dates. The combination of these flavors tastes like an autumnal dessert, namely an apple crisp or apple pie. Lastly, I will decorate the top of my bowl with more granola and enjoy!

Egg English Muffin 

Ingredients: 

  1. English Breakfast Muffin: I like the English breakfast muffins from Trader Joe’s. 
  2. 2-3 Eggs
  3. Cheese: I prefer mozzarella or white cheddar cheese. 
  4. Fruit: My favorite berries at the moment have been strawberries. 

Recipe: This recipe takes inspiration from Starbucks’ own breakfast sandwiches. To start, I will cook my eggs and season them with salt and pepper. Then, I will place the egg and cheese in the English breakfast muffin and put it in the microwave for 45 seconds. It is easy to customize this recipe with your favorite ways to cook eggs and toppings. The final taste reminds me of a delicious sandwich that is more fit for a morning meal, as opposed to a meat sandwich.To finish, I will cut some strawberries for a sweet addition to a savory breakfast sandwich, perfect for on-the-go mornings.

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Maggie Seidel
Maggie Seidel, Editor Emeritus
Hi, I’m Maggie! I am a senior in the Class of '22. I am the former Managing Editor and Business Manager, who also edited the Opinions Section, Student Life, Features, Games & Ads, Perspectives, and In-Depth during my four year tenure on Spectrum. I am excited to continue in my role as Editor Emeritus & will certainly remain a subscriber to Spectrum to learn about happenings at Blake. 

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