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    5 Reviews |  By Prose

    This is my favorite breakfast lately. It leaves me feeling energized. It's particularly good for cold/flu season.

    Recipe #447373

    31 Reviews |  By Tish

    You can substitute cherries, blueberries or raisins for the dried cranberries.

    Recipe #21132

    Fresh potabello and vegetables topped with a egg and baked until nice and gooey makes for a simple healthier option to fried eggs, toast, bacon but still has tons of flavor. A quick minute in the micro helps to get a head start. It is quick healthy and easy. This can easily be changed to what you have in your fridge. You can add some leftover cooked bacon, broccoli, any cheese, even chicken, sausage, olives, or pretty much anything. I just happen to like tomatoes, onions, red pepper, olives and a pepper jack cheese. But any combo works guys, just have fun. Just use enough stuffing to lightly fill the mushroom cap and top with the egg. That easy. Side dish, breakfast, or a light dinner ...anything goes.

    Recipe #386035

    We love these and they are so easy to make. Since we can't do "artificial" here, these are second best. First best, in my opinion.

    Recipe #285683

    I know there are a zillion pancake recipes already but I went thru and this one IS different and SO good. I think that mixing well, sifting the dry ingredients, and carefully folding in the egg whites makes these so very fluffy. And, wonder of wonders, you can freeze the batter, defrost in the fridge, and the pancakes are perfect. One more thing--you must use real maple syrup and you must warm it before serving it with the pancakes.

    Recipe #173284

    The best thing about this breakfast or brunch dish is that you can assemble it the night before, and just pop it in the oven the next morning! Perfect after a late night with friends/ overnight guests. Almost any vegetables and coked meats can be used, ie. sausage and red peppers, broccoli and ham, etc. (just be sure to pre-cook any meats!) Of course you can swap out cheeses, too, for endless variety!

    Recipe #374841

    This recipe is so named because the cinnamon sugar topping makes this pancake both look and taste a bit like an elephant ear from a carnival. Be sure to check it after 15 minutes of cooking and then every five minutes after that. Since some ovens run hotter than others, I've found it can definitely change the cooking time required.

    Recipe #368320

    A quick and healthy start to the day. With 18 grams of protein and 8.5 grams of fiber, this breakfast will keep you going all morning. In addition to being delicious, blueberries and avocados are full of healthy nutrients.

    Recipe #274136

    4 Reviews |  By iewe

    A simple take on a classic dish

    Recipe #377980

    These little beauties are a beautiful color and will keep you full for hours after eating just one serving. I needed to use up extra canned pumpkin and thought I'd give it a try. - I got it out of the Martha Stewart Living magazine

    Recipe #187362

    Anytime I make this I have requests for the recipe. You can put it together the night before and just put it in the oven the next morning. I have substitued ham for the sausage and it also turns out good. It can also be made in the crockpot with success.

    Recipe #376256

    I'm not a banana fan, but I got a bunch of bananas practically free and needed to use them. For someone who loves sweets for breakfast, this is heaven. I used regular bread in place of the croissants and cashews instead of pecans. I found a teaspoon of butter was plenty, and only coated the pan at the beginning. Personally, the french toast was great, but I could skip the rest. For sweet lovers, this would be a great brunch recipe for guests.

    Recipe #376126

    All of the ingredients are mixed together in a blender. The addition of frozen fruit, whole or sliced, adds texture and a nice chill to the drink. The smoothie is chock full of nutrition to get your motor running in the morning. Great for kids and adults on the go!!

    Recipe #266289

    I love, love, love french toast but can't digest its eggy coating. So, this is my very close alternative! (p.s. - this also sub's as a yummy drink mixed with coffee liqour & ice!)

    Recipe #375275

    1 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This delicious, traditional Jewish recipe is from Joan Nathan’s wonderful cookbook, “The Foods of Israel Today”. Use the cinnamon and sugar for a sweeter pancake. You can also add a little vanilla .

    Recipe #374739

    From Bon Apetit. This is easy to make--even a beginner can master it. You can prepare the night before, cover and refrigerate until morning. Then just bake and serve. We like stratas for Christmas or Thanksgiving mornings when you're too tired to try to cook breakfast and then a huge dinner. If you prepare this on Christmas Eve, Christmas morning will be easy.

    Recipe #374857

    4 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    This is my (Bird's) favorite French toast recipe. Growing up with 4 siblings, my dad would make sugar-butter when there was no syrup in the house (hence 'Murray's', named after my dad). Some folks like it on pancakes, but for me, it's on French toast all the way! I even have a 'pattern' to how I eat it. I haven't tried it using Splenda yet, so I guess I need to soon, but then, this is not a 'diet-conscience' recipe. When we were real broke, and there was no money even for dog food, my dad would leave some egg mixture in the bowl, break up some bread in it, and the dog (and cats) ate too (we were always bringing home strays). :) My dad was the master of inginuity, making sure we all had full bellies!

    Recipe #374115

    These waffles are light and delicious. The beer replaces yeast and the honey gives them a nice crunch. My family loves them.

    Recipe #370964

    73 Reviews |  By Leta

    Great make-ahead breakfast casserole.

    Recipe #42292

    Great recipe from kindergarten!!! What else could "W" represent but great, chocolate waffles? These are really good frosted or covered with whip cream and chocolate syrup. :)

    Recipe #74010

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