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    Breakfast Eye Openers

    Just some tasty breakfast food ideas
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    Yummy dish that I make for a meatless main dish, or for a brunch. It's like a Mexican/French Souffle casserole! Also delicious rolled into a tortilla for a breakfast burrito!

    Recipe #141493

    4 Reviews |  By *Alia*

    This is great for cold evenings, or you can serve it over ice for a cool summer drink.

    Recipe #321580

    I found this recipe in The Biggest Loser Cookbook. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #374907

    Nobody EVER believes what these are actually made of. My dad thought they were cinnamon-carrot muffins with cream cheese icing by the smell and my mom gobbled 3 out of the pan before they were cool enough for me to remove! Regardless, these muffins are REALLY high in both fiber and protein and low in fat which makes them the ultimate breakfast-on-the-go food! Made with fruit rooibos tea as I make them, these muffins also pack a powerful morning antioxidant!

    Recipe #249427

    COUNTRY BRUNCH SKILLET

    Recipe #65530

    Another recipe from the Mayo Clinic website. It's healthy and vegan. Mayo Note: Whip up this frothy cooler in minutes — it tastes like an old-fashioned Creamsicle. For best results, start with ice-cold soy milk and use freshly squeezed orange juice. Creamy, custard-like silken tofu adds extra body. For additional calcium, use calcium-fortified orange juice.

    Recipe #281682

    A very hearty breakfast that will fill up a houseful of boys who've spent the entire night playing video games :)

    Recipe #317452

    I found this in a Gooseberry Patch casserole cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. It was originally submitted by Kimberly Rocheleau from Ontario, Canada. There are quite a few versions of this on the site but I couldn't find one with the exact ingredients as this.

    Recipe #477260

    "Rev up your morning with this energizing cheese and turkey bacon-filled burrito! Excerpted from The Biggest Loser Cookbook." -From the Prevention.com website I haven't tried these but wanted to add it for my menu purposes.

    Recipe #358315

    I found this in a Gooseberry Patch cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. It was originally submitted by Kathy Grashoff from Ft. Wayne, IN. I think I will also add a dash of cinnamon and serve it with whipped cream. (Prep time includes the soaking time)

    Recipe #477257

    Here is a healthy, eye-opening take on a traditional taco. From greatist.com

    Recipe #474533

    I found this on greatist.com and I am posting for safe keeping.

    Recipe #474532

    I found this one on greatist.com and I am posting for safe keeping

    Recipe #474531

    I found this in a Gooseberry Patch casserole cookbook and I'm posting for safe keeping. It was originally submitted by Renee Spec from Crescent, PA. Any kind of pie filling will work with this recipe.

    Recipe #477261

    I found this in a Gooseberry Patch cookbook and I am posting for safe keeping. I saw a few similar recipes but they called for shredded hash browns and this one calls for hash brown patties. It was originally submitted to the cookbook by Cindy Mosch from Green Bay, WI. She also suggests subbing sausage and onion instead of the ham and adding chopped green peppers and mushrooms, if you desire.

    Recipe #477259

    I have been to New Orleans twice and one of the things that keeps me coming back are the wonderful beignets that we had most mornings for breakfast (along with a hurricane cocktail) at Cafe Du Monde. Here's a recipe from Paula Deen that is about as close to Cafe Du Monde as I can get without a plane ticket.

    Recipe #474724

    Here's a quick breakfast idea for busy mornings. (found on greatist.com)

    Recipe #474534

    Here is a recipe that makes an individual breakfast cookies in the microwave. It takes about 5 minutes from start to finish and only uses one bowl!

    Recipe #474538

    Here is a quick and easy breakfast sandwich for those one the go!

    Recipe #474536

    Here is an easy and healthy breakfast idea that I found on greatist.com

    Recipe #474530

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