If you’re craving McDonald’s breakfast right now, save yourself a trip and recreate it at home
McDonald's copycat maple brown sugar and fruit oatmeal.
Stopping at McDonald’s in the morning is always a treat. You can grab something sweet like a delicious yogurt parfait with vanilla Greek yogurt, crunchy granola, and berries, or indulge in a McGriddle with fluffy eggs, savory bacon or sausage, melty cheese, and sweet pancake “bread.” If you want a healthy alternative, try their maple brown sugar and fruit oatmeal with strawberries, blueberries, and raisins. There are so many breakfast options to choose from, many of which you can recreate right in your own kitchen.
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The best thing about making McDonald’s breakfast at home is that you control all of your ingredients. You can even put little twists in the recipes if you’d like. If you’re looking to make McGriddle sandwiches at home, the secret to making the pancake bread is putting the syrup inside the batter — that’s how McDonald’s gives their unique sandwich their sweet syrup taste without the stickiness. Use your delicious pancakes as bread and load up on eggs, American or Cheddar cheese, and bacon.
There are so many McDonald’s breakfast options that you can make right at home. Get started with the recipes below:
McDonald’s Breakfast Burrito
Enjoy a delicious breakfast burrito packed with sausage, onions, cheese, and fluffy eggs. It is so simple to make at home that you won’t ever need to go to McDonald’s for your a.m. burrito fix again. For the McDonald’s Breakfast Burrito recipe, click here.
McDonald’s Egg McMuffin
The Egg McMuffin — that tasty and compact wedge of cheese, egg, and buttered toast — is only 300 calories. Plus, it's easy to make at home. If you want to know how we get that egg and ham to be perfectly round, you’ve come to the right place. For the McDonald’s Egg McMuffin recipe, click here. – McDonald’s Corp