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
This is moist and hearty hotcake loaded with pumpkin flavor brought out by traditional holiday spices.
You can freeze leftover pancakes in an an airtight freezer bag and reheat the next morning in the microwave (about 1 minute on high).
My children ask for this recipe instead of standard pancakes all the time. I love that they get a veggie in their breakfast, and that they don't want syrup with it!!!
A super easy mix to put together and store so you can make muffins easily and for very low cost and calories! I make the mix about once a month and then store it in a big #10 can (the size of a large coffee can) with a lid. On top of the lid I put the directions for making the muffins so that even my children can put them together.Submitted by DOITNOWM
These low carb Pancakes are soooo good. They have a nutty flavor and are very satisfying. They are also SBD phase 1 friendly. (Flaxseed counts as daily nut allowence)
Try rolling up turkey sausages with the pancakes and drizzle with sugarfree syrup.
Take a table spoon or two of lowfat creamcheese and mix with splenda and vanilla and warm in microwave for a "frosting" to spread on top
These muffins are loaded with whole grains, fruits, and vegetables! This is a slightly different version of my Healthy Breakfast Muffins. This recipe made 32 regular sized muffins. Depending on how full you fill the muffin cups, I'd say you should get 28 - 32 muffins. Nutritional value is calculated on 30 servings (1 muffin = 1 serving).Submitted by JLREYNOLDS77