Cooking for breakfast is a rarity usually reserved for days off with my husband or weekend mornings with my daughter. My husband likes to bring breakfast to work to save money and to avoid eating junk, it's a good plan especially because he typically packs yogurt and fruit which requires no effort. If I have extra time and extra veggies (or eggs from my neighbor's yard) I will make a breakfast dish to last a few days. Frittata is a great dish to use up leftover vegetables or small amounts of cheese. This is the last one I made:
I used a small amount of cooked spinach, crumbled bacon, cherry tomatoes, cooked white potatoes, onion, mushroom, 8 eggs, cheddar and grated parmesan.
Finally, a cold weather, weekday favorite:
Slow Cooker Steele Cut Oats
Combine, set to 8 hours, low heat, cover and walk away. When you wake up they will be done...not pretty, but done.
I tried doing this with berries and raisins added in the beginning and I wouldn't recommend it. They get all bloated and ugly, it's better to add at the end.