Quick-Fix Breakfast for Supper
Omelets cook quickly in the skillet. Let your kids pick their own veggie and meat toppings or stick with straight cheese. Serve with fresh fruit and buttered toast.
- Recipe: Spinach-and-Cheese Omelet
These are our Food staff's favorite fluffy buttermilk flapjacks, and they are sure to become your family’s favorite too. We named them after their creator, Test Kitchen Pro Pam Lolley. Plan to drench these cakes with our easy honey syrup or your favorite bottled variety. Complete the meal with fruit and bacon or sausage.
The secret to this recipe is an ovenproof nonstick pan, which allows the eggs to cook properly, keeps them from sticking, and simplifies cleanup.
- Recipe: Tomato-Herb Frittata
Make quick breakfast sandwiches with frozen biscuits and our simple oven-baked omelet. Add bacon, sausage, or cheese if you like. These are easy to make ahead and keep in the freezer.
- Recipe: Deluxe Omelet Biscuits
Cook Canadian bacon, cheese, and eggs all in one dish with this flavor-packed recipe. Slice and serve atop toasted English muffins with a side salad or fruit. It makes enough for a crowd or leftovers the next day.
- Recipe: Brunch Eggs
Sunny-side up eggs top off this skillet full of shredded potatoes, bell peppers, and onions. Toast bread or English muffins, and this one-dish supper is served.
- Recipe: Sunny Breakfast Skillet
This breakfast favorite is quick and easy, not to mention super tasty. We prefer the hearty thickness of these pancakes. If you like yours thinner, add up to 2/3 cup additional milk to batter.
- Recipe: Pecan Pancakes
Forget standing over a skillet and put this tasty family-size omelet in the oven. Top with fresh veggies and herbs and your favorite cheese. We also like a combination of spinach, Cheddar, and bacon.
- Recipe: Farmer’s Oven-Baked Omelet
Add a Southwestern twist to your favorite breakfast foods with these wraps. We lightened up the breakfast wrap with 50%-less-fat pork sausage, egg substitute, and reduced fat cheese. Top with sour cream, salsa, and green onions, and serve with a side of fruit salad.
Hearty ground oats lend a nutty flavor to these fluffy homemade waffles. For a fun presentation, allow your family to choose their own toppings buffet-style. We like syrup, jams, fruits, cinnamon and powdered sugar, toasted nuts, and, if you want splurge, whipped cream and chocolate chips.
- Recipe: Oatmeal-Honey Waffles