This yummy brunch casserole can be put together the night before and placed in the oven a few minutes before your guests arrive. Adding a bit of tomato paste to a classic hollandaise sauce gives it a lovely rosy hue and a nice tangy flavour.
Speckles of juicy, bursting strawberries, chunks of tangy sweet cheesecake and all the things we love about French toast but in a casserole form. Who wouldn’t like that?
This dish tastes exactly like mushroom topped pizza…except it’s way lighter. At first glance it may look like an indulgent dish but the egg makes it feel much more on the lighter side, which you’re going to appreciate in the mornings. Who doesn't want pizza for breakfast?
Start your morning with these hearty orange spiced waffles. A perfect breakfast for the cooler mornings of fall. Feel free to add your favourite breakfast sides like turkey bacon, scrambled eggs or a side of fruit. Maybe, orange?
Salad for breakfast or eggs for dinner—however you look at it, this vegetable and protein-filled bowl will keep you satisfied for hours.
LEFTOVER PIZZA FOR BREAKFAST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A THING, BUT THIS SCRUMPTIOUS BACON AND EGG BREAKFAST PIZZA MAKES PIZZA IN THE MORNING TOTALLY LEGIT.
Christmas themed pancakes make it even easier to creative a festive holiday breakfast! Are they pancakes or are they cookies? You decide!
You can now eat your pumpkin spice latte, thanks to these muffins.
These are such an awesome grab-&-go breakfast. They are perfect to make on a Sunday and eat throughout the work week. Or, you could even freeze some and defrost as needed.
A yummy quiche with a healthy couscous base. Ready in 40 minutes from start to serve!
Breakfast is served with this quick and easy dish that you can whip up in 20 minutes before heading out the door! It'll make you feel like you're having dessert for breakfast!
These savoury muffins make such a great breakfast. I challenge you to make up a batch immediately. Your friends and family will love them.
The secret to making delicate scones is handling the dough as little as possible. Another tip: If you don't have buttermilk, you can substitute 1/2 cup plain yoghurt whisked with 2 tablespoons milk. Scones are best served immediately but can be frozen for up to 1 month. Thaw, and reheat in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes.
Today we are bringing it all together for breakfast tomorrow. Yes, tomorrow… I’m sorry to say that this is an OVERNIGHT recipe.
You have to make this the night before and then bake it in the morning. This is kind of a good thing. When you have guests staying the night, this is a simple breakfast that won’t keep you in the kitchen. In fact, if you have one of those fancy ovens with a timer to start it, you can preheat the oven, get up and pop the tray in, then go back to snuggling for another 30 minutes. It easier than cold cereal!
Waffles and cheesecake, together at last! The combination of crisp waffles, that creamy cheesecake filling, and sharp lemon and honey is completely decadent.
These quirky savoury muffins will make vegetarian guests feel extra special – and meat eaters will love them too