Celebrate National Hot Breakfast Month

In a national survey, Krusteaz found that nine out of ten (91 percent) Americans say they eat breakfast for dinner, with 56 percent doing so once or more a month. For families, the trend is even more prevalent: 67 percent of respondents with children in the household say they have breakfast for dinner once a month or more.

Since February is National Hot Breakfast Month, here are four easy recipes that will make for a delicious, simple, and fun #BreakfastNight in your own home.

Silver Dollar Sliders

These adorable silver dollar sliders take a classic silver dollar pancake recipe and transform it into a handheld dish. Stacked with fluffy eggs and savory sausage, they're the breakfast version of a delicious burger!

Source: Love from the Oven

Gluten Free Candied Pecan Bacon Pancake Bake 


For those following a gluten-free diet, Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancake Mix is the perfect base to start your Breakfast Night recipe.  Assemble pancakes with candied pecans, syrup, and crispy bacon, then bake for 10 minutes for a dish of heaven.

Source: The American Mama

Cinnamon Roll Fluffy Pancake Cups

Searching for something sweet to make for family or friends? These cinnamon roll fluffy pancake cups combine the flavors of a decadent cinnamon roll with the light and fluffy texture of pancakes. Baked in a muffin pan and served in individual cups, they'll be gone moments after you finish spreading the glazed cream cheese topping.

Source: Doughmesstic

Blueberry Pecan Gluten Free Pancakes

You can always take the more traditional route and whip together classic blueberry pancakes for dinner. Fold blueberries and nuts into your batter, stack high, and top with chopped fruit and syrup.

Source: Waiting on Martha

For more Breakfast Night ideas and recipes, visit Krusteaz.com and use the hashtag #BreakfastNight when sharing your own breakfast for dinner recipes.