Simplified breakfasts with Tupperware

Breakfast is an essential daily step that is often skipped…  Here are some tips and ideas on how to turn this crucial moment into a pleasant one and to appeal to our children as well. In order to have a lot of options ready in no time, the freezer will be at the forefront of these said ideas.

You can keep two types of bread in the Tupperware Season-Serve Container (i.e. raisins, nuts, multigrain) and when you’re ready to use, just take it out one slice at a time.
Our Snack N’Stor container can hold a dozen of homemade muffins.
You can prepare French toasts in advance (a whole sliced bread) and put it in the freezer in our Modular Mates – Square 2. It is recommended to freeze them on a baking sheet first, for approximately one hour, in order to prevent the French toasts from sticking to each other. When the morning comes, you just re-heat them in the toaster and you have yourself a nice Sunday brunch, in only 30 seconds!
The same tip can be applied to pancakes. Just cook them, roll them and place them in the Tupperware Snack ‘N Stor. To reheat them, you just place a roll in the microwave at defrost for 1 minute on high power level and then, 1 more minute at intensity 70.
You are craving eggs but are in a hurry? You’ll be pleased with the 222 Omelet. Place 2 whisked eggs and 2 ounces of milk in a Tupperware Vent ‘N Serve Mug for 2 minutes in the microwave and you will get yourself a tasty omelet! You can add grated cheese, diced ham, peppers, tomatoes or smoked fish for a more gourmet version.
You will always have fresh fruits thanks to our FridgeSmart containers.
You can keep the 2nd half of a grapefruit in a Tupperware Forget Me Not Container.
Impress them with a fruit parfait In a Sheerly Elegant Glass, place layers of yogurt and fruits alternating between the 2.  


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