Next week my work (I work with children with special needs) starts having lunches with the theme "breakfast". We're a small group (three adults and four children) and we're looking for vegetarian breakfast recipes. The catch is that at the same time, we're trying to use up the contents of the cabinets and freezer before Christmas break. We can add fresh food too, of course. Here's what we have: In the cupboards: couscous shredded coconut chai seeds flax seeds burghul quinoa flakes oats (natural, not quick oats) sesame seeds cashew nuts tinned chickpeas tinned artichokes tinned black beans tinned beetroot wholewheat flour honey quinoa buckwheat coconut milk brown rice tahini barley veggie stock powder brown sugar poppy seeds yeast In the freezer: peas beans broad beans asparagus rosemary thyme mint basil coriander We'll probably make bread with poppy and sesame seeds, and also some kind of oats, or quinoa flakes, or sweet couscous with fruit and yoghurt. I was thinking some kind of pancakes or something, too. Maybe a frittata? What do you usually have for breakfast? Can you give me some suggestions using the things we already have? Can I put coconut milk with the oats? I really like breakfast, and we really enjoy experimenting with stuff. I'd prefer healthy, but there are no allergies and we'll try anything once (plus we're doing buffet style so while the kids will have to try everything, they don't have to only eat something they don't like).