Breakfast Recipes (Most Popular)
These golden pancakes are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. They taste great with applesauce!
Breakfast on the go - just like Mom's pumpkin pie!
A quick and easy on the go breakfast for those busy mornings.
Granola is incredibly affordable when you make it yourself. This recipe combines some of my favorite ingredients: maple syrup, almond butter and seeds!
This meal is fast and fun, a great way to spice up a dull morning and bring a brunch favorite to the work week.
Makes 5 GIANT Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Great for breakfast or a snack. Chewy and Tasty:) Very low-fat and low-calorie!
Family favorite with healthier ingredients
very filling, far more than cereal
This French toast is perfect for a crowd--no more standing over a hot stove while one person at a time eats breakfast.
This recipe was adapted from a diabetic cookbook. A very tasty way of including fruit and oats into your diet!
Skip the drive-through and serve these instead. Split one open, pop in an egg cooked your way and even some shredded cheese.
Ditch the toaster pastry. They're loaded with sugar and fat--and not much else. My hand tarts are full of fruit, and if you make them ahead of time your kids can grab them and go.
These delectable balls are a treat to eat and very filling.
Make these rolls at night and pop them in the microwave (about 20 seconds) or toaster oven (on low) until warm. Pair them with a banana or apple, a peeled hard-boiled egg, and a cup of milk, and breakfast is ready to go in two minutes flat!
Great protein and calcium source.
Sweet and tangy rhubarb is the star of these low-fat muffins. Feel free to add your favorite fruits and nuts to the batter for a heartier treat.
Frittatas are basically an open-faced omelet finished in the oven, perfect for a quick meal any time of day.
Fewer than 70 calories per pancake, you can easily have two for breakfast and still have room for some turkey bacon or eggs! Almost 2g fiber and 4g protein per pancake as well! Good and good for you, can't beat the simplicity either.
Light, fluffy eggs that can't be beat in six easy steps
This recipe is awesome for breakfast on the run. One batch can be divided and last you the whole week!
Quick, easy and super filling, this omelet is a protein-packed breakfast powerhouse!
A store near my daughter's house in California has peanut butter granola in the bulk food section. But I couldn't find it anywhere near my house in Illinois, so I found this recipe online and made my own. Now I'm glad I couldn't find it at the store. It's cheaper and I can control the ingredients that are used.
Turn any morning into a special occasion in just 30 minutes. Pair with fresh fruit and a cup of milk for a complete meal.
Hosting brunch? These five-ingredient breakfast sandwiches will be a hit among your guests!
From the kitchen of a golden arch fan. My healthy version of their breakfast sandwich.
Quick & easy egg muffins to make now and take later!