Side Items Breakfast Recipes (Most Popular)
I am known for my pancakes, so trust me on this one!
A terrific way to start your day, much better than the frozen waffles you can find at the grocery store.
Low-fat buttermilk and applesauce help lower the fat, and the whole-wheat flour and flax seed add fiber. These healthful muffins freeze well!
A hearty pancake that provides over 6 grams of fiber per serving. I like to add blueberries to the batter. Very kid-friendly recipe!
This is a cool, simple, breakfast oatmeal
Higher in Protein & Fiber and lower in Fat and Carbs than regular pancakes!
An easy and tasty casserole for any meal! It also reheats well in the microwave.
Raspberry, strawberry, blueberry, blackberry--choose any berry you want. You can't go wrong with these healthy, tasty muffins.
Scones are perfect for weekend house guests, hostess gifts or picnics. Traditionally made with loads of butter and cream, mine use far less butter--and wheat flour.
This Southern staple gets a dose of fiber--with half of the fat of the original. Make a double batch over the weekend and freeze for the busy weekday mornings.
A breakfast classic.
Family favorite with healthier ingredients
This French toast is perfect for a crowd--no more standing over a hot stove while one person at a time eats breakfast.
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.
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.
Kick off breakfast with these waffles on a stick! Kids will love eating healthy berries when they're presented like this.
A simple pancake that is easy to prepare and to cook
Galettes keep for at least a week in the fridge but wrap them in foil or clingfilm so they do not dry out. Can also be frozen.
High in fiber and low in fat-- a great way to start you day!
Very low calorie for a muffin and taste will have you making a double batch.
The fresh flavor of asparagus really shines in this simple omelet recipe. Breakfast is served in 15 minutes.
Using applesauce instead of oil decreases the fat content of these muffins, but keeps them moist and sweet.
Super sweet pancakes. It is best to use a very ripe banana. Enjoy.
whole wheat, low-cal muffin - great taste!
These carrot muffins are made with applesauce instead of oil to help retain their moisture while lowering the fat content. Studded with pineapple and raisins, they would make a sweet treat for breakfast or an on-the-go snack.
This breakfast cooks itself overnight in the slow cooker! There's not a better way to wake in the morning.