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These frozen breakfast burritos are the perfect readymade morning meal.This recipe is courtesy of Gimme Some Oven.View Recipe
Try this turkey sausage breakfast casserole made with tortillas, tomatoes, breakfast sausage, and eggs.View Recipe
Add silken tofu or seitan to this dish if you want a heartier breakfast dish, otherwise this vegan vegetable hash is all you need for a healthy start to your day, complete with a creamy cashew sauce.View Recipe
This dish takes the traditional casserole and adds in elements of Mexican cuisine and your favorite breakfast ingredients.View Recipe
Waking up early for a Sunday tailgate never tasted so delicious. Simply fry up a combination of your favorite breakfast staple, a tailgate tradition, and scoop it into a toasted ht dog bun and you'll be fueled to cheer on your favorite team!View Recipe
Inspired by PJ's Organics, a line of organic and frozen burritos, this Denver breakfast burrito flaunts delicious flavor and nutritious ingredients for a healthy and uplifting start to your day.
This easy-to-prepare dish has been a longtime breakfast favorite in our household. Since the ingredients can be changed accordingly to the season, it's always a snap to make with whatever is ripe in your garden. "This is my go-to recipe for whenever we have houseguests. It's beautiful when it comes out of the oven, with its puffed-up golden brown top, and it provides everyone with a satisfying start to their day," says Tracey Ryder, cofounder of Edible Communities, a network of more than 65 regional food magazines across the United Staes and Canada devoted to the local foods movement.
An easy twist on breakfast that the whole family will love.View Recipe
This breakfast bread is basically just muffin batter baked into loaf form. It’s similar to coffee cake, but not at all too sweet and has a tender, slightly chewy crumb. With healthy things like whole-wheat flour, oats, almonds, and blueberries, a cake-like breakfast works for me, and the pretty white-chocolate drizzle makes it special enough for entertaining.
Every Sunday my father would go into the kitchen and become Mr. Sandwich, toasting up good slices of bread and filling them with all sorts of combinations. Some were good, some horrendous. But it turned me into a sandwich junkie. When you’re making a breakfast sandwich, there’s no time to waste. Frying the salami, sopressata is ideal because it’s generously larded, crisps up the meat and gives the sandwich body. But it’s also efficient, because you can use that same pan to make a sunny-side-up egg, glazing it with the spiciness of the rendered fat. (You can also use this trick to cook onions, peppers, or greens for a flavor boost with no extra work)
There’s a lot going on in this Italian sandwich, but it has great balance: The saltiness of the meat is offset by the sweetness of the basil and the creaminess of the egg and mozzarella. Soaking sliced red onion in ice water is something I learned from my mom. It takes the raw bite out of the onion and keeps it light and crunchy. This is a rich sandwich, but it’s refreshing. And the beautiful thing is, it’s not just for breakfast.
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Got a can of Pillsbury biscuits languishing away in the back of the refrigerator, with no idea what to do? Here is one solution. These quick and easy breakfast sandwiches are definitely not haute cuisine and no hip brunch place would be caught dead serving them, except only ironically for about $10 a pop. But, they are grilled, and that makes everything OK.
My savory breakfast rolls evolved from a childhood love of making cinnamon rolls. My mother had her own special recipe for sweet rolls, and she almost always included me in the process. She’d let me help roll the yeast dough, then sprinkle it with cinnamon and sugar. I never have time to make yeast dough now, but I like how well savory ingredients rolled into dough works with the cupcake pan. At my home, this savory roll recipe is a child-friendly adventure in baking, especially since it calls for several store-bought items. Present the ingredients in individual bowls — or in the wells of an extra cupcake pan — to make layering fun and easy for your children.
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