Breakfast & Brunch Recipes
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but sometimes it's hard to fit it in. Find our best breakfast ideas from easy recipes to make-ahead casseroles…
This blackened catfish and smoked gouda grits recipe brings a unique spin to a Southern classic. Made using a homemade blackened seasoning to add a Cajun flare, this is one recipe that will easily become a go-to in your lineup of low-lift, yet over-the-top recipes.
Johnny cakes, also known as hoe cakes, are essentially cornmeal flatbreads. Johnny cakes speak to the beauty of how food holds history, tells stories, and connects Black people throughout the diaspora. Its main ingredients, corn and cornmeal are staple ingredients in many dishes.
These peanut butter and jelly pancakes are a game-changer. The peanut butter is blended into the pancake batter itself, which gives the pancake that familiar peanutty-ness and lends a moist, cakey texture to it. Instead of syrup, I combine jam with fresh raspberries for a sweet topping. Last thing: The buttermilk is essential for getting that rich, buttery flavor and perfect, deeply golden exterior.
This classic porridge recipe is nourishing, energizing, and endlessly versatile. You can make it with any kind of grains or cereals you have on hand; sweeten it as much (or as little) as you want with honey, maple syrup, or brown sugar; and top it off with nearly anything (fresh fruit, dried fruit, nuts and seeds, coconut flakes, chocolate chips).
In the spirt of feel-good breakfasts, we rounded up over 60 of our very favorite healthy breakfast ideas. Whether it’s hard-boiled eggs, hot oatmeal, a smoothie, banana pancakes, or something else entirely that you crave, you’re sure to find something here to inspire your routine.
innamon roll monkey bread is easy to love, share with a crowd, and, above all else, make! Perfectly pillowy pieces of cinnamon roll and a silky caramel sauce join forces to become a sweet, warmly spiced bread you can pick at with your fingers. And, oh boy, will you and your table pick away at this festive breakfast treat until there’s nothing left.
Clumpy granola is ideal for eating over yogurt or chia pudding or simply with milk, and is also perfect for eating on its own as a snack. But what’s the best way to make clumpy granola? We tried 9 methods for making clumpy granola and found two winners. Plus, a few other methods worth trying.
If you’re looking for a sweet breakfast bake to build a tradition around, this French toast casserole recipe is it. The best part is, it’s as versatile as you need it to be — you can make it ahead or assemble at the last minute. After extensive research (and a very full belly), I have a lot of opinions on what it takes to make the very best French toast casserole. Here’s how to do it.