Easy Breakfasts to Make for Your Overnight Guests

Think outside the cereal box.

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If you're hosting overnight guests for the holiday, think outside the cereal box for breakfast. These crowd-pleasing recipes are easy, satisfying and table-ready in under 20 minutes.

This healthy and hearty breakfast oatmeal features some of our favorite warming flavors — and can ready in just 13 minutes.

Sunny Anderson makes Microwavable Overnight Pancakes in a Jar, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen

Throw your favorite pancake mix into jars and zap them in the microwave for a fun breakfast treat.

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Take your microwave breakfast party to the next level with these individualized microwave cakes. Though it might sound like a dish for the dessert round, the recipe keeps things light with chia seeds, whole wheat flour, bananas and no added sugar (you can top the breakfast treats with honey or maple syrup).

Whip eggs up, the classic way, for a breakfast dish that's satisfying on its own or with whatever fillings you have on hand (cheese and herbs are always a safe bet).

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Min Kwon, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Bulk up a morning smoothie by building it in a bowl with juicy, sweet and crunchy toppings as you like it. 

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For those who love a savory start to their day, make these snack-sized breakfast pizzas topped with mozzarella, Canadian bacon and tomato.

Treat yourself and your guests to the smell of fresh baked cookies in the morning with this 20-minute recipe. Bananas and oats help bring this dessert treat to the breakfast table.

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