How to serve a quick breakfast
Getting breakfast ready at short notice is high priority in a lot of households. In homes where both parents go to work and when children have to be sent off to school, a quick breakfast routine in the mornings is inescapable. But if you plan ahead and with the right appliances on hand, breakfast time need not be a harried affair. Take a look at how you can make time for a quick breakfast:
- You need to plan every detail ahead, like the previous evening, before going to bed. Make a charming breakfast nook. You don’t need a lot of space for that. Get in some pretty, antique, white bar stools like Carolina Cottage Hawthorne counter stools with rush seats and a small white table.
- Keep plates, bowls, utensils and other things ready on the table for breakfast. Arrange the breakfast nook attractively and conveniently near the kitchen counter if possible so that all your appliances are easily accessible.
- If you’ve chosen to go with a white table and antique white bar stools, try a total contrast with orange kitchen appliances. This will look refreshing and vibrant to the eye in the mornings.
- A toaster is a must-have appliance for a quick breakfast. A DeLonghi Kmix 2 slice toaster in a stunning orange and die-cast aluminum construction is highly functional and will complement any kitchen décor. You can quickly toast 2 slices of bread or warm a croissant or muffin in the removable warming rack. It’s easy to clean too with the removable crumb tray.
- Plug in an orange color DeLonghi Kmix drip coffee maker on the counter. This can give you 10 cups of quick coffee.
- A Takeya orange juice maker is indispensable when you want to have a healthy breakfast. It’s made out of AcraGlass, BPA free material and is safe and non-toxic for the family, especially for kids.