"I make these bars every Sunday for the week ahead! This recipe is fun to play with — I've experimented with cranberries and orange zest, chopped fresh apples, apricots and sunflower seeds!"
-ToothyFairyGet the Recipe
"Terrific! With a busy weekend of soccer games ahead, I thought I'd make this for a quick, healthy breakfasts. I'm looking forward to eating this tomorrow morning."
-geneveiveGet the Recipe
"Perfect for breakfast in a hurry! I made up a batch of these with one pound regular sausage and one pound hot sausage, and they came out great! I threw the rest of them in the freezer and now pull out a few every morning for breakfast."
-Anji GirlGet the Recipe
"A super-simple way to get a hearty breakfast on the table without any work! Make sure to use steel-cut oats — otherwise you'll end up with a pot of gummy paste."
-Mandy at Food.comGet the Recipe
"Absolutely sensational frittata! I added a bunch of chopped fresh spinach instead of frozen. This really is fabulous, and it's so quick and easy to make!"
-Leggy PeggyGet the Recipe
"Loved this quiche as a make-ahead, grab-and-go breakfast! I used thawed frozen chopped broccoli instead of the spinach and sauteed the peppers and onions before adding them to the mix."
-Lori in NCGet the Recipe
"Yum, yum, yum! These are truly outstanding scones! They have a very delicate, crumbly texture and a fluffy interior. All the different ingredients work very well together to create a great flavor."
-LalaloulaGet the Recipe
"We really enjoyed this — the Ro*Tel adds a spicy twist! Baked omelets are such a fuss-free way to serve breakfast to a group."
-Ginny SueGet the Recipe
It's hard to find a more family-friendly recipe than these awesome muffins — they're tasty, healthy and easy to freeze.Get the Recipe
"Say goodbye to those expensive and small store-bought breakfast sandwiches — these homemade ones are over-the-top! Make and freeze your sandwich ahead of time, then zap for a minute or two in the microwave when you're ready to enjoy."
-PaulaGGet the Recipe