This morning I made something I haven't made for a loooong time: loaded hash browns. I learned how to make these at my first job, at a kinda-fast-food restaurant. One of the things we served was baked potatoes, which we baked late morning and kept warm all day. If there were any left over at the end of the day, we refrigerated them. The next day, we'd grate them and turn them into loaded hash browns (the owner's favorite breakfast/lunch/dinner). It works better on a big grill, but it's still doable at home.
The night before: have baked potatoes with dinner. Make extra. Throw the extras in the fridge. If you can easily do so, cook some bacon. (In the oven's the easiest way.)
In the morning:
If you haven't cooked your bacon, do that. (Easiest way: line a rimmed cookie sheet with foil. Put the bacon on it. Place in a cold oven, turn to 400, and cook for 17 to 20 minutes.)
Peel and grate the potatoes. Melt some butter in a skillet on medium low. Put the potatoes in the skillet. Meanwhile, in another saucepan, saute some chopped onion and crumble your bacon.
When the potatoes are nicely browned, flip them. Salt and pepper them generously. Top with the onion and bacon. When they are about halfway browned, top with cheddar (or your fave) cheese. No, more than that. Little bit more. Okay, yes. When the cheese melts and the bottom is browned the way you want it, the hash browns are done.
Now. Who else has some nice brekkie treats to share?
If I'm lucky, I'll have a cup of tea for breakfast. I've had serious issues with nausea for 11 years and on some days I can't face actual food until dinner time. In an ideal world, I'd eat oatmeal with apple sauce in it.