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20-Minute Dishes to Break the Yom Kippur Fast

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20-Minute Dishes to Break the Yom Kippur Fast

Yom Kippur begins this evening, so if you haven’t already prepared and planned your menu, you really have left it far too late. Although not having a huge buffet to look forward to at the end of this long, intense fast may make the next 24 hours slightly harder, we’ve found some quick, speedy solutions to help you satisfy your desperate hunger as soon as the sun goes down Wednesday night. (It may also be wise to rush out and buy as many bagels as you can right this second!) 

Artichoke and Mushroom Frittata

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Artichoke and Mushroom Frittata

A vegetable-packed frittata is filling, satisfying, and can be made quickly in just one pan. As an added bonus, egg dishes are best when they’re made fresh, rather than reheated.

For the Artichoke and Mushroom Frittata recipe, click here.

Buckwheat Blintzes With Greek Yogurt Ricotta Filling and Mixed Berries

Buckwheat Blintzes With Greek Yogurt Ricotta Filling and Mixed Berries

If you forgot to make your blintz batter ahead of time, there’s no need to worry as these yogurt and berry stuffed blintzes can be made in fewer than 10 minutes — and maybe even more quickly if you have an extra pair of hands helping you out.

For the Buckwheat Blintzes With Greek Yogurt Ricotta Filling and Mixed Berries recipe, click here.

Chive and Onion Yogurt With Cream Cheese Spread

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Chive and Onion Yogurt With Cream Cheese Spread

Fancy up your bagel topping offerings and expand on the classic cream cheese and slices of smoked salmon with this quick, easy, and flavor-packed cream cheese spread.

For the Chive and Onion Yogurt With Cream Cheese Spread recipe, click here.

Easy Blueberry Pancakes

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Easy Blueberry Pancakes

Breaking the fast with a stack of freshly made blueberry pancakes has got to be one of the most satisfying ways to go about it: These fluffy, sweet pancakesdrizzled with maple syrup, are just perfect.

For the Easy Blueberry Pancakes recipe, click here.

One-Minute Microwave Quiche in a Mug

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One-Minute Microwave Quiche in a Mug

If even 20 minutes is far too long for you to wait to start eating, then this one-minute quiche is here to save you. The microwave is your best friend when it comes to cooking eggs in under five minutes.

For the One-Minute Microwave Quiche in a Mug recipe, click here.

Pound Cake French Toast

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Pound Cake French Toast

French toast is filling, sweet, and the perfect vehicle for all the wonderful, fruity toppings you dream of feasting on as soon as the fast is over.

For the Pound Cake French Toast recipe, click here.

Salmon, Avocado, and Bagel Eggs Benedict

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Salmon, Avocado, and Bagel Eggs Benedict

As long as you buy pre-prepared hollandaise sauceeggs benedict can be ready to eat in fewer than 20 minutes: Is there a better way to break the fast than with a bagel topped with slices of avocado, a perfectly poached egg, and salty smoked salmon?

For the Salmon, Avocado, and Bagel Eggs Benedict recipe, click here.

Salmon Dip

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Salmon Dip

Add some fancy extras to your selection of bagel toppings by making this super easy, super tasty salmon dip, which works wonderfully as a spread.

For the Salmon Dip recipe, click here.

Simple Microwave Scrambled Eggs

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Simple Microwave Scrambled Eggs

After a long fast, you definitely won’t have the patience to slowly and gently scramble eggs on the stove; skip that time-consuming process and make your velvety, softly scrambled eggs in the microwave in just two minutes.

For the Simple Microwave Scrambled Eggs recipe, click here.

Whole-Wheat Banana Waffles

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Whole-Wheat Banana Waffles

Whole-wheat waffles topped with fresh fruit and maple syrup will immediately help to ease the pain of that extremely hungry tummy. Luckily, these waffles only require you to mix everything together before cooking it on the waffle iron for the simplest, sweetest, break-fast dish.

For the Whole-Wheat Banana Waffles recipe, click here.

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