Put smiles on your kids' faces before they go to school with these delicious and easy-to-make breakfast ideas. They'll be good and ready to hit the books -- and the playground.
Orange Puree sweetens the flavor -- and the nutritional value -- of these appealing pancakes.
These adaptable, good-for-you zucchini muffins don't skimp on taste.
Really busy families need real food, fast! Cinnamon Raisin Oatmeal Squares are easy to make ahead of time and are the perfect grab-and-go breakfast, no spoon required.
This recipe is based on one in the "Cooks' Illustrated Best Recipe" cookbook, and it's excellent: moist and flavorful, crisp-edged but tender, and with just the right balance of banana flavor and a wholesome graininess.
Okay, this is indeed from Fannie Farmer (I just checked), and the original recipe is called "Raised Waffles" and calls for a full stick of melted butter. Believe me, they are good that way, but I promise they are good this way too.
This recipe has all the bases covered. Filled with sweet banana and topped with crunchy granola, these are hearty breakfast muffins. Add chocolate chips, and you've got a satisfying dessert.
Sweetened with molasses and spiced like pie, these full-bodied muffins are topped with a light butter crumb. For a real treat, serve them spread with whipped cream cheese.
For a delightful alternative to the traditional egg breakfast, try serving this delicious Egg in a Nest. This great egg recipe will surely be a favorite for your morning menu.
In these easy & charming baked bites, potatoes and scrambled eggs form a crunch egg nest — and a festive, kid-friendly recipe the whole family will love this Easter brunch.
This fall favorite has a smooth, cakelike texture that nicely complements the chewiness of the fruit.
Fresh fruit makes this classic breakfast biscuit soft and sweet. These delicious scones prove that fresh strawberries are good for more than just shortcake.
Mix up a batch of these mini made-to-order omelets.