Our Best Breakfast Recipes

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Cinnamon Baked Doughnuts

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Herbalicious Breakfast Casserole

Pesto, fresh parsley and oregano lend plenty of flavor (and color) to Ree’s breakfast casserole. To cut down on prep time, freeze the dish and thaw in the refrigerator the night before you plan to serve it. The next morning, all you need to do is bake and eat!

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Avocado Toasts

There are two secrets to these simple avocado toasts: rubbing the bread with garlic for just a hint of flavor and adding a pop of crunchy sea salt on top.

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Waffles with Blueberry Compote and Lemon Ricotta Cream

Bobby elevates his waffles with fresh blueberry compote and sweetened lemon-ricotta cream.

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Sausage Gravy Breakfast Lasagna

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Homemade Pancake Mix

A stack of fluffy, homemade pancakes is only minutes away when you have this mix already in your pantry. The recipe yields 9 cups of pancake mix, enough to make 4 batches of the pancake recipe that follows.

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Easy Cheese Danish

To cut down on prep time, Trisha uses store-bought puff pastry dough for her cream cheese Danish. A simple egg wash and a sprinkle of sugar make them as beautiful as they are tasty.

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Instant Pot Mini Frittatas

Make a quick and delicious brunch appetizer or snack with your Instant Pot®.

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Banana Sour Cream Pancakes

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Scrambled Eggs with Herbs

Fresh, chopped herbs brighten up your breakfast routine in a super-easy scrambled egg recipe that you’ll use over and over.

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Breakfast Bread Pudding

You can’t go wrong with Ina’s five-star bread pudding. She soaks brioche in a mixture of half-and-half, eggs, honey and orange zest, then bakes until the pudding puffs and turns golden-brown.

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Blueberry Scones with Lemon Glaze

More than 300 reviewers agree: Tyler Florence’s blueberry scones are a great way to start the day. They’re filled with fresh berries and topped with a zesty lemon glaze for the perfect sweet-tart balance.

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Mini Kale Shakshuka

Molly’s mini shakshukas are perfect for an intimate brunch. Fresh kale lends its vibrant color to the egg dish, which is topped with a dollop of Greek yogurt, za’atar spice and fresh parsley.

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Sheet-Pan Bacon Egg Sandwiches for a Crowd

This ingenious method allows you to fry your bacon and cook more than a dozen eggs right on a sheet pan in the oven, eliminating all that time standing in front of the stove.

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Best Breakfast Potatoes Ever

The name pretty much says it all. The Pioneer Woman’s take on breakfast potatoes is the best-ever, and it’s all thanks to your screaming-hot oven.

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Red Velvet Cake Mix Cinnamon Rolls

Using cake mix to make yeasted cinnamon rolls cuts down on kneading and proofing time, so they are on your table in less time and with less hassle. The red velvet mix makes them as visually striking as they are delicious.

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Breakfast Burritos with Chorizo

Filling and flavorful, this breakfast burrito is packed with chorizo, eggs, hash browns and beans. When paired with a fiery tomatillo salsa, the grab-and-go breakfast is simply amazing.

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Blueberry Coffee Cake Muffins

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French Toast

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The Best Cinnamon Rolls

Once you’ve tried “from-scratch” cinnamon rolls, you’ll never go back! They’re light and pillowy and full of buttery cinnamon goodness on the inside.

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Muffin Tin Baked Eggs

No crust needed for Trisha’s baked egg muffins. She mixes a base of kale, Cheddar and roasted red pepper, then cracks an egg on top to bind it all together.

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Healthy Banana Bread Muffins

Using very ripe bananas keeps these muffins moist and minimizes the amount of sugar you add.

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Homemade Breakfast Tarts

Say goodbye to store-bought breakfast tarts. Ree fills a homemade dough with a dollop of berry jam, then tops the tarts with a quick and colorful mixed berry glaze.

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Peach Pie Smoothie

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Chocolate-Hazelnut Babka French Toast with Caramelized Bananas

Start the day on a sweet note with Bobby’s decadent dish. He uses bakery-purchased chocolate-hazelnut babka for a twist on the traditional French toast, then caramelizes bananas for an extra-special topping.

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Acai Breakfast Bowl

While acai bowls are relatively new in the United States, they’ve been a staple in Brazil since, well forever. Acai is a purple berrylike fruit of a palm tree native to Central and South America. It’s packed with antioxidants (anthocyanins) and omega-3 fatty acids. We used unsweetened frozen puree, which has a pleasant flavor with slight olive oil notes. Add the traditional toppings and this bowl is loaded with fiber.

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Huevos Rancheros

Though they look extravagant, Sunny’s huevos rancheros come together in just 10 minutes. Homemade tomato-jalapeno salsa comes together in a skillet while she fries the eggs in a separate pan.

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Overnight Oats

Whip this up before you go to bed and your future self will thank you.

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Breakfast PLT (Pancetta, Lettuce & Tomato)

An upgrade on the classic BLT, Giada piles mini-bagels with a mustard-goat cheese spread, pancetta, quail eggs, tomato and arugula. She uses quail eggs because they’re smaller than traditional eggs, but taste exactly the same.

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This Middle Eastern breakfast is a tasty way to start the day. Bake the eggs in a thick tomato sauce, then serve with warm pita bread to mop up the juices.

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The Best Cheddar and Herb Chaffle

A chaffle is a low-carb, cheese-and-egg-based waffle that’s taken the keto world by storm. One look at its fluffy texture and crispy edges and it’s easy to see why.

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Basic Crepe Recipe

You don’t have to go to a fancy restaurant to have crepes. All you need is a nonstick skillet (and a few pantry ingredients!). Nonstick is key for crepes, which ensures that the batter won’t stick to the pan.

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Biscuit Egg-in-a-Hole

What’s better than a hot cheesy biscuit straight from the oven? A hot cheesy biscuit with an egg baked right into it! Even better, this recipe makes enough to feed six hungry people.

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Breakfast Crescent Ring

The ultimate breakfast sandwich ingredients are piled high inside crescent dough then shaped into a ring for the perfect brunch party recipe.

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Pancake Bread

Made with maple syrup and brown sugar, this is a sweet bread guaranteed to please. It keeps well in the freezer too — just throw a slice in the toaster to reheat.

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French Toast Roll-Ups

Follow this kid-friendly base recipe, then choose from four filling options for an easy portable breakfast.

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Huevos ‘Ranch’eros

Ranch-flavored tortilla chips are the star of this Mexican brunch dish. After frying, serve the chips with a tomato-bean sauce, fried eggs and your favorite toppings.

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Wafflemaker Hash Browns

Breakfast prep is a breeze when you use a waffle iron to cook frozen shredded hash browns.

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Easy Cheese Danish

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Grilled French Toast

Who says you can’t cook breakfast on the grill? Prep the apple-berry compote and apple-mascarpone ahead of time and enjoy breakfast outside with grilled French toast.

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Egg-in-a-Hole Sandwich

You don’t want to miss Ree’s breakfast BLT. She uses two slices of egg-in-a-hole as the bread for her sandwich, then stuffs the inside with all the fixin’s.

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Shakshuka with Feta

Molly adds harissa, a spicy Moroccan pepper paste, to her take on this tomatoey baked egg dish that’s perfect for a weekend breakfast.

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Corned Beef Homie Home Fries

Guy’s loaded home fries aren’t just home fries; the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives star claims they’re a full-blown meal.

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Farmer’s Breakfast

This hearty breakfast, complete with eggs, three different types of meat and a side of crispy potatoes, isn’t just for farmers anymore.

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Jumbo Maple-Pecan Scone

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Bacon Lattice Breakfast Pie

Enjoy an eggy and delicious quiche without having to roll out any homemade dough? Count us in. Really, though, we could never deny the appeal of a bacon lattice!

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Sunny’s Big Ole Tex-Mex Burrito Omelet

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Eggs in Purgatory with Sausage

Put an Italian spin on brunch with this hearty recipe. Eggs poach right in the marinara sauce, while sausage and toasted ciabatta add texture to this saucy dish.

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Ellie’s English-Muffin Breakfast Pizza

Ellie Krieger uses ripe tomatoes, fresh basil and part-skim mozzarella to give this portable breakfast dish Old World Italian flare. Top the toasty mini-pizzas with chopped Canadian bacon and a drizzle of olive oil.

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Strawberry Shortcake French Toast

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Apple-Apricot Breakfast Lasagna

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Omelet in a Bag

Weekend-style breakfasts are possible mid-week when you use Ree’s breakfast hack: place the omelet fixings in a boil-proof bag ahead of time and, when you’re ready to eat, pop the whole bag into a pot of simmering water for a mess-free meal that’s cooked in just about 15 minutes. 

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The Neelys’ Grilled Steak and Eggs With Beer and Molasses Sauce

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Mama Kaye’s Salmon Breakfast Croquettes

Food Network Magazine secured this recipe right from the White House; it’s an old favorite of the Obamas from the girls’ godmother and family friend “Mama Kaye” Wilson.

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Baked Gruyere and Sausage Omelet

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The Neelys’ French Toast Panini With Grilled Bananas

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Spanish Omelet With Romesco Sauce

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Corned Beef Hash

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Rachael’s Scrambled Eggs With Smoked Salmon

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Almost-Famous Cinnamon Buns

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Fluffy Pancakes

Whipped egg whites make these pancakes light in texture and give them extra height.

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The Best Cheddar and Herb Chaffle

A chaffle is a low-carb, cheese-and-egg-based waffle that’s taken the keto world by storm, thanks to its fluffy texture and crispy edges. We opted to use Cheddar for the cheese and added scallions and parsley for a sweet and savory twist on the popular dish. For the fluffiest chaffle, use only finely shredded cheese––it will blend better with the egg than large shreds.

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Instant Pot Chocolate Chip Banana Pancake Bites

These banana pancake bites are loaded with chocolate chips and a touch of ground cinnamon. Plus, they come together quickly in your Instant Pot®. Serve with warm maple syrup for dipping.

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Grilled Ham, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches for a Crowd

Why stay stuck in the kitchen when you can grill breakfast for a crowd instead? Not only are these pull-apart sandwiches easier to make outdoors, they are deliciously gooey and satisfying. Trust us: When you flip one side of the sandwich over onto itself, there will be lots of oohs and ahhs.

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French Press Coffee

Once you get the hang of using it, a French press delivers consistent results and a heavier-bodied brew. Plus it makes your morning coffee ritual much more enjoyable. There are a few prerequisites: Coffee that is too finely ground will make your final product murky and give it an oily sheen and bitter flavor. If you do not have a coffee grinder, ask the person in the coffee section of the grocery store or your local coffee shop to grind the beans for French press. Water temperature also matters—too hot and it can cause the brew to taste burnt. How long to let it steep is subjective so experiment to find your own target time.

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Quick and Easy Bacon, Egg and Cheese

Any New Yorker will tell you a good bacon, egg and cheese (BEC) sandwich is the best way to start your day, and most likely you already have everything you need in your pantry to whip one up. The key elements to a great BEC are the melted cheese, scrambled egg that nestles perfectly onto the bread without falling off and salty crispy bacon. To make sure the cheese stays melted, we fold it into the center of the eggs just as they finish cooking so it stays warm. We found that by preparing eggs like an omelet ”package” instead of scrambling them and topping them with cheese allowed us to adjust the size of our eggs to perfectly fit the size of our bread and hold our cheese in the ideal melted state. When you can’t get to your corner deli or coffee cart, you can whip up this breakfast icon in the time it takes to walk out the door.

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Cold Brew Iced Coffee

This recipe makes just two servings of cold brew, so if you’re new to the method, it will be a good test batch to see exactly how strong you want your steep to be. Once you’ve found your sweet spot of brewing time, you can double, triple or even quadruple the yield. The strained concentrate will keep tightly sealed in the fridge for up to a week.

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2-Ingredient Bagels

These shortcut bagels call for just two ingredients and take less than an hour to come together—no yeast or rising time required thanks to the use of self-rising flour. And unlike in traditional recipes, you don’t need to par-boil the bagels before baking. You may want to brush the top of the bagels with egg wash and sprinkle with your favorite toppings, though they will taste great without this extra step.

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Hong Kong Egg Tarts

Chinese egg tarts come in a few varieties: these tarts hail from Hong Kong and consist of a puff pastry crust with a slightly less sweet and rich filling than other versions. They are enjoyed throughout the year for breakfast or as an after-school or mid-afternoon snack. In Hong Kong, there are specific bakeries that specialize in egg tarts; when a fresh batch is hot out the oven, the beautiful sweet aroma travels down the block to attract customers.

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Tortilla Breakfast Wrap

Inspired by the Egg and Cheese Bread Omelet, we made a complete breakfast wrap–tortilla, eggs, spinach, cheese and ham included–entirely in one skillet, for a go-to dish you can make in a hurry. Enjoy right out of the pan or with a few dashes of your favorite hot sauce.

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Oatmeal-Glazed Breakfast Cake

This hearty cake is packed with oats, flavored with cinnamon and topped with a warm glaze made with more oats, shredded coconut and nuts. We used pecans, but feel free to use whatever you have on hand. It’s a great way to clean out the pantry and simple enough for kids to help with. Bake one on a Sunday and enjoy it all week long for breakfast or as a snack! It’s delicious at room temperature or lightly warmed in the microwave.

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