Lite, quick and easy breakfast ideas
This pan-baked breakfast has it all - with eggs, bacon, sausages, tomatoes, asparagus, and mushrooms! You could even add more: more eggs; baked beans, onion rings, pepper strips, jalapeños, the choices are ridiculously endless! This really is a no-fail sheet pan recipe, but the winner here is garlic butter mushrooms.
Dark Chocolate Cake Waffles are rich and decadent, chocolate cake transformed into waffles! These waffles are perfect for breakfast or dessert with no complicated steps. Make a double batch so you have leftovers for the week. Serve them with fresh fruit like strawberries, caramel syrup, chocolate chips, powdered sugar, chocolate syrup, or whipped cream.
Strawberry Cheesecake Filled Crepes were created by stuffing creamy cheesecake filling with juicy fresh strawberries into fluffy vanilla flavoured crepes. The crepes batter is perfect for cooking half the crepes today and refrigerating the rest for tomorrow. This recipe makes enough delicious, spongy crepes that you'll love waking up to two days in a row.
Chocolate Brownie Pancakes are like eating a super fluffy chocolate brownie cake for breakfast without a baking time that you can eat while you fry! And nothing beats the steam coming off of them as they come out of the pan. The chocolate smells that fill your kitchen can compete with any chocolate bakery
A steaming stack of perfectly soft, Blueberry Pancakes are right here! We added blueberries to our popular fluffy pancakes recipe, to give you the perfect breakfast! Golden, crispy edges with soft and fluffy centres, you will love the fresh and juicy addition. We’ve altered our perfected recipe only slightly to let them rise with the addition of berries.
For these Bacon & Cheddar Breakfast Egg Cups, start with the base, and then only 2 ingredients are needed to create these fluffy egg muffins. To this flavor combination, you can add chopped chives or scallions, chopped asparagus or zucchini, or they are delicious just the way they are!
These Easy to Make Crepes take less than 5 minutes to throw together and less than 15 minutes to have on your table! Just like pancakes, crepes are extremely versatile and easy to make! I've included a few tips and tricks to get you delicate, soft, and buttery French Crepes every single time! Make them for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or dessert!
I can’t think of anything easier for a holiday breakfast or brunch than a breakfast casserole. Prepare it the night before to bake it the morning of for the easiest breakfast to feed a crowd! The beauty of this casserole is that it is so versatile you can really make it your own by adding your favorite proteins and veggies.