The night before, get out your board, any bowls you might be using, utensils, etc. This will save time the next day. If possible. Put your board where you will be serving it and bring the items to the board instead of building and moving.
Prep any vegetables or fruits the night before. We recommend washing your berries and laying out to dry on a clean dish cloth so they are ready to go the next morning.
If making waffles, biscuits, scones, or any pastry items, prep the dry ingredients the night before. We recommend placing in bowls, covering, and labeling which dry mix is in what bowl. This will save time in the morning.
Cook your bacon in the oven to save time. Preheat oven to 400. Place a rack in the lower third of the oven. Arrange the bacon in a single layer. Bake until the bacon has browned and crisped up, 15-20 minutes. Start checking around the 12 minute mark to make sure it isn’t getting too crispy.
If making Belgian waffles, break into 4 triangles for easy eating.
Place eggs in a separate container, like our cast iron. This makes for an easier cleanup and it looks nice.
Put your berries on last. We use these to fill the blank spaces.
Don’t forget to add yogurts, jams, jellies, lemon curd, maple syrup, room temperature butter, or any spread you like.