10 Breakfast Recipes for Lazy Cooks — Recipes from The Kitchn

We all have those mornings when we wake up completely disinterested in starting the day. We hit the snooze button, pull the covers over our eyes, and casually pretend that no one will come searching for us if we just stay in bed all day. On those days, the only thing that just may get things in motion is a grumbling stomach. In that state of laziness, there's no way a breakfast that involves a whole lot of effort is happening. Luckily, these 10 recipes are exactly what you need in that instant — low-impact but sure to quiet that grumbling stomach with something easy and delicious.

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How Ramadan Is Helping Me Slow Down and Become a More Mindful Cook — An American Ramadan

Ramadan is both a physically and spiritually intense month of fasting. The fast allows time for self-reflection and purification of mind, body, and soul. Abstaining from all food and water from just before sunrise to sunset is no small feat, but taking the time to slow down and reflect can be be immensely rewarding.

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How Ramadan Is Helping Me Slow Down and Become a More Mindful Cook — An American Ramadan

Ramadan is both a physically and spiritually intense month of fasting. The fast allows time for self-reflection and purification of mind, body, and soul. Abstaining from all food and water from just before sunrise to sunset is no small feat, but taking the time to slow down and reflect can be be immensely rewarding.

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The Cheesy Kitchen Cleaning Product I Can’t Live Without — Cult Favorites

I often make shopping decisions based on form and not on function. I have dish towels that are way more pretty than they are absorbent. I have beautiful leather coasters that stick to the bottom of my glasses when you go to take a sip. And I have a cabinet full of adorable juice glasses that are too small for even a not-thirsty child.

I tend to prefer things that are nice to look at and am willing to adjust how I operate if it means getting to use something cute.

Yet, I happen to have a basket full of Scrub Daddy sponges, which I find to be incredibly cheesy. (Even the name is kinda cheesy!) And I couldn't live without them.

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Eating Out with My Toddler Has Been an Unexpected Joy of Motherhood (Seriously!) — Family Vacation

When my daughter Thea was born, my husband and I assumed we'd bid farewell, for a time, to the joys of good restaurants. I love going out to eat; for someone who works at home all day, it's refreshing to go out once or twice a week and have a drink or check out a new restaurant. Having a kid meant that was all over, right? At least without exorbitant babysitter bills?

Nope! To my surprise, I enjoy (and appreciate) eating out even more that my daughter is in the picture.

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