Peanut butter packs these breakfast flapjacks with protein and just the right amount of nutty flavor.
Few things tickle the senses like the smell of baking in the morning, and French Breakfast Muffins, with nutmeg in the batter, supply a particularly tantalizing aroma.
Let the good times roll with these simple, tasty appetizers.
We've given these make-ahead patties (good hot or cool) lots of lunch appeal by preparing them with cheese and a trio of favorite veggies.
The classic combination of ham and cheese gives plain corn muffins a boost in taste and adds enough heartiness to turn them into a quick, light meal.
This simple egg scramble -- made with salsa, beans, and cheese -- is wrapped in a corn tortilla and ready to take on the go.
These low fat bars offer a wholesome after-school snack that's satisfying but not too sweet. The added granola gives them a bit of crunch, and the cashew butter makes them extra moist.
This recipe makes some of the best granola we've ever tasted -- crunchy, nutty, and just sweet enough.
Light, flaky biscuits served alongside a simple, sausage gravy: throughout the Southern states, this tasty combination is breakfast (and comfort) food at its best.
No longer is it necessary to go to the local bakery for great-tasting cinnamon rolls made from scratch. With this recipe, you can bake a sweet and buttery batch that everyone will find irresistible.
Orange Puree sweetens the flavor -- and the nutritional value -- of these appealing pancakes.
Half the appeal of making this festive coffee cake is rolling the balls of dough in cinnamon sugar.
Filled with eggs, cream and bacon, quiche has been a popular dish for hundreds of years. What makes it such a particularly good recipe for aspiring chefs, besides the fact that it tastes great, is how versatile it is.
On a fall weekend morning, you and your kids can make these light waffles--flavored with a touch of pumpkin puree--and enjoy a healthy and leisurely breakfast.
Although they can be served at anytime these potato pancakes are especially popular during Hanukkah.
Serve some heart-shaped pancakes to kick off Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day -- or any other special day!
While I've created many waffle varieties—pumpkin, apple spice, blueberry—there is a secret ingredient that makes all the waffles I cook light and fluffy.
What fillings to put into an omelet is a decision that can really bring out an aspiring chef's creativity.
This sour-cream coffee cake, with pockets of sweet cinnamon, makes a lovely gift for neighbors to enjoy on Christmas morning -- or any other day.
The petals of this flower are the cut scones; the center of the flower, a mound of apricot preserves. For a fetching presentation, slide this off the baking sheet and onto your fanciest serving dish.
Prepare this sausage-and-egg dish on Christmas Eve while the kids are setting out milk and cookies for Santa. Refrigerate it overnight, then pop it into the oven on Christmas morning for a quick and easy holiday breakfast.
Fresh fruit makes this classic breakfast biscuit soft and sweet. These delicious scones prove that fresh strawberries are good for more than just shortcake.
This fruit-and-nut combination highlights tastes from the tropics for a delicious, nutritious snack or breakfast.
There's no mistaking the difference between packaged store-bought bagels and ones that are fresh-baked. So although it takes a little time, making a batch from scratch can be quite rewarding and fun.
These pancake are comforting and filling. Try adding chopped nuts or dried fruit for a special treat.
If your kids like pumpkin pie, they'll flip over these tasty pancakes.
Whole wheat flour gives this sweet bread a healthful boost.
This classic brunch dish is more than delicious. It also helps eliminate some of the scrambling around you'll have to do on Easter morning. It's designed to be prepared ahead of time and then popped into the oven when you're ready.
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.
These would make a great staple for a buffet dessert. Just lay them out with all the possibly fillings and let everyone customize their own.
Kids can help make this zucchini frittata, a great brunch recipe for a crowd and the perfect way to celebrate summer vegetables.
Peanut Butter Pancakes
French Breakfast Muffins
Cranberry Cream Cheese Pinwheels
Ham and Cheese Morning Muffins
Southwest Breakfast Wrap
No-bake Chewy Granola Bars
Crunchy Homemade Granola
Biscuits and Sausage Gravy
Sweet Cinnamon Rolls
Bacon and Spinach Quiche
The Best Waffles Ever
Broccoli, Ham, and Cheese Omelet
Cinnamon Surprise Coffee Cake
Apricot Scone Flower
Christmas Morning Breakfast
Hawaiian Sunrise Granola
Bake Your Own Bagels
A Better Cinnamon Roll
Ham, Cheese, and Spinach Strata
Scrambled Egg Nests
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