Our Best Barbecue Side DishesFrom potato salad to hush puppies, prepare these delicious dishes.
At Southern Living, we think supper should be quick, easy and delicious. Here's what's for supper. Hi. I'm Rebecca from the Southern Living test kitchen. If you feel like you've run out of supper ideas, why not borrow some super easy recipes from the most important meal of the day. Breakfast. Breakfast for supper is affordable too. It makes smart use of refrigerator and pantry staples you already have on hand. With so many sweet and savory options to chose from, it'll be hard to decide what's for supper. Who doesn't love a serving of loaded hash-browns from your favorite short-order breakfast spot? Save yourself time and money, and make them at home. Not just for breakfast, but for supper too. Our Sunny Skillet Breakfast adds a fun twist. Fried eggs are nestled in the hash browns, making this a hearty meal the whole family will love. As a shortcut, use frozen shredded potatoes, which will save you about 20 minutes. This one pan meal is easy to prepare, and will keep clean up to a minimum. So be sure to put it on your short list. Your entire family will be glad you did. [MUSIC] Supper doesn't get any easier than this tomato herb frittata. If you've never made a frittata, think quiche without the crust. Or omlet without the fanfare. Simply sauté the vegetables, pour in the eggs, and pop in the oven for a meal that looks as though you ordered it from a shishi bistro. Fratatas truly only cost pennies a serving, and really allow you to stretch your dollar. Serve with lightly dressed mixed greens, and dinner is done! [MUSIC] Don't wait until Saturday morning. Go ahead and stir up a batch of light and airy pancakes with buttered honey syrup tonight. These irresistible hugs on a plate can be made using ingredients you already have on hand. If buttermilk isn't something you normally keep in the refrigerator, no biggie. Just use milk instead. Although these are sinfully delicious with honey butter syrup, you can drizzle with maple syrup if you're in a pinch. They'll be just as divine. You can also make all of the pancakes ahead of time, just keep them warm in a 200 degree oven. [MUSIC] So, everyone can eat together as a family. Have leftovers? Wrap them in plastic wrap and refrigerate. Then simply reheat in the microwave for a few seconds for an easy breakfast the next morning. [MUSIC] If your family can't get enough breakfast for supper with these recipes, try some of our other favorites; Over-the-Border breakfast sausage wraps Or oatmeal honey waffle. Find more breakfast for supper meal ideas in Southern Living Magazine and on southernliving.com.