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5 Quick Breakfast Recipes You Can Make In 10 Minutes Or Less For The Whole Fam

5th July 2018

Quick breakfast dishes to whip up in less than 10 minutes

Quick Breakfast - Flatlay

If, like me, you’re always hitting the snooze button for a few more minutes of shut-eye, making breakfast would probably be the last thing on your mind. However, we all know how moms are right about the importance of having breakfast. Prepping food doesn’t always have to take very long. Here are five tried-and-tested quick breakfast recipes that you can easily fit into your packed morning routine.

1. Kaya Cheese Toast (6 minutes)

Quick Breakfast - Kaya Cheese Toast

Kaya and cheese should already be on the list of great food pairings, and what other way than to have it old-school, sandwiched with toast for a quick breakfast? The eggy coconut jam adds delicious sweetness while the cream cheese lends a rich, creamy texture to the sweet treat. If to eat lower-fat dishes is one of your resolutions this year, a great alternative to butter is cream cheese, which has 60% less fat*.


2 slices bread
2 tablespoons kaya
¼ block PHILADELPHIA Original Cream Cheese OR
2 tablespoons PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese


  1. Spread kaya on one slice of bread.
  2. Spread PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese on the other slice of bread and make a sandwich.
  3. Place sandwich on pan and allow the bread to toast on each side.
  4. When both sides look crispy and golden brown, cut the sandwich in half and serve.

2. Toast Roll (10 minutes)

Quick Breakfast - Toast Roll

These toast rolls are like a level up from churros. Chock-full of creamy goodness on the inside and covered in cinnamon sugar on the outside, this quick breakfast is sure to be a hit with many, especially kids. The recipe might sound complicated but is surprisingly easy. And if you’re the kind of person who never bakes, don’t go out and buy a rolling pin. Grab a wine bottle, wipe it down, and roll!


5 slices bread
5 tablespoons PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese
2 eggs
3 tablespoons milk

Toppings (optional)

⅓ cup sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon powder


  1. Flatten each slice of bread with a rolling pin and cut off the crusts.
  2. Spread PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese along the edge of the bread and roll it up.
  3. Beat eggs and milk with a whisk.
  4. Dunk each roll-up into the mixture and pan-fry on a non-stick pan until roll is browned.
  5. Dust with cinnamon powder and sugar until roll is completely covered and serve.

3. Strawberry sandwich with cream cheese (5 minutes)

Quick Breakfast - Strawberry sandwich with cream cheese

Slice up some strawberries and pair it with cream cheese for a breakfast packed with vitamins. Put a smile on someone’s face by preparing this sandwich for them, and catch their reaction when they realised you’ve surprised them with their favourite fruit. Drizzle on some maple syrup for a sweet pick-me-up.


2 tablespoons PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese
2 slices bread
2 strawberries
1 tablespoon strawberry jam

Toppings (optional)

Maple syrup


  1. Spread PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese on one slice of bread.
  2. Slice strawberries and place them on top.
  3. Spread strawberry jam on the other bread and assemble the sandwich.
  4. Use a knife to cut the sandwich and serve with maple syrup.

4. Bagels with lemon and berries (10 minutes)

Quick Breakfast - Bagels with lemon and berries

New Yorkers love their bagels. If you are as busy as them, bagels with cream cheese fresh from the fridge are a great way to start your day. Here is a recipe to zhng it up in 10 minutes. Impress people with an insanely easy and foolproof homemade lemon curd, then garnish with antioxidant-rich mixed berries.


½ cup lemon juice
½ cup sugar
3 eggs, beaten
¾ stick unsalted butter
2 bagels, split and toasted
2 tablespoons PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese
125g mixed berries


  1. Combine lemon juice, sugar, and eggs in a saucepan over medium-low heat.
  2. Stir in butter and whisk until the first bubble appears on the surface and curd is thick enough to hold marks of the whisk.
  3. Spread the base of the bagels with PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese.
  4. Spoon over lemon curd.
  5. Top with mixed berries and serve.

5. Salmon and Philly Bagel (6 minutes)

Quick Breakfast - Salmon and Philly Bagel

As easy as one, two, three, create your own smoked salmon and cheese bagel at home for a wholesome breakfast. This quick and simple breakfast is balanced and healthy, giving you the energy you need to take you through your busy morning. Top it with a sprig of dill for a pop of green and sprinkle on some pepper to taste.


½ bagel
30g PHILADELPHIA Original Cream Cheese
30g smoked salmon

Toppings (optional)

Sprigs of dill and ground black pepper


  1. Toast the bagel and spread PHILADELPHIA Original Cream Cheese on it.
  2. Arrange smoked salmon on top of the bagel.
  3. Garnish with sprigs of dill and ground black pepper and serve.

Quick breakfasts to take you through your day

Quick Breakfast - Salmon and Philly Bagel

The quote “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper” is an easy way to remind ourselves of the importance of having breakfast. PHILADELPHIA Original ($6.30 for 250g) is my go-to when making breakfast. It is versatile and can be incorporated into a quick breakfast under 10 minutes.

Fresh and creamy, PHILADELPHIA Spreadable Cream Cheese ($6.30 for a 250g) can also be an alternative to butter. It contains 60% less fat* than butter, and you can use them for both savoury and sweet dishes. These recipes are just a guide to follow, feel free to throw in your favourite toppings for a pop of colour and more fruits for an extra boost of vitamins!

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*PHILADELPHIA Original Spreadable Soft Cream Cheese has 31.4g of fat per 100g vs butter, which has an average of 80g of fat per 100g.

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