5 Quick and Healthy Breakfasts You Can Freeze
Nutritious morning meals just got about 10 times easier.
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A Full-of-Goodness Quick Bread
There's no yeast or kneading, and no rising required to make this bread from the new book A New Way to Bake
, by the editors of Martha Stewart Living
—and that's just fine with us, since it comes together in a snap. The robust loaf is loaded with healthful ingredients, from caraway, flax, sunflower and black sesame seeds to whole wheat and spelt flours. When the bread is cool, remove it from the pan, slice it with a serrated knife and wrap each piece separately in plastic (or foil and freeze for up to a month). When you're rushing around on a crazy morning, place a slice (unwrapped) in the microwave for about 30 seconds, or just take the frozen slice with you and let it thaw at room temperature for an hour, or so.
Get the recipe: Seeded Savory Quickbread