Breakfast Recipes (Most Popular)
This granola makes a great bowl of cereal or yogurt topping. Gourmet granolas can be quite expensive, which is why I prefer to make my own. For the best results, choose old-fashioned (not quick) oats. Quick oats donít crisp as nicely and tend to have a more powdery texture.Submitted by MARISACHURCHILL
I started making these for my children when they were very young (and wanted to know what exactly I was putting in their mouths). Now they are a family favorite and a working mom's delight.
They have more calories than frozen waffles, but they are packed with good nutrition and keep you full until noon.These are great when made ahead of time. They are very dense pancakes and because they are so dense you can pop them into the toaster to warm up like an eggo. Simply wait until they cool and freeze them or seal them in a container for the fridge. They last about a week in the fridge.
I use oat milk because I am a vegetarian and want more protein than soy or rice milk can provide. However, I have used all the milks (including dairy) and they work fine. The calorie calculation is done with oat milk and brown sugar included in the recipe. Values will change depending on the milk you use and if you add the brown sugar or not.
Serving Ideas: Serve with fresh fruit or sugar free maple syrup.
Carrot cake and pancakes together? Now, that's a breakfast we can get behind! These flavorful carrot cake pancakes might taste indulgent, but they're low in both fat and calories. Top with low-fat cream cheese and a drizzle of maple syrup for an even more decadent morning meal.Submitted by FABLEMAKER
My friend Kate's simple, delicious recipe. I was a little scared by the idea of kale at first (it sounded like seaweed to me) but it is so buttery and crispy in this recipe, a perfect flavor and texture combo with the eggs. A fantastic way to get in a vegetable at breakfast!Submitted by THATJULIET