Spelt biscotti with a hint of lemon, honey, and spiced with cinnamon for a perfect pair with tea.
Pomegranate oatmeal waffles are a hearty, full of fiber, flavor colorful breakfast.
Gluten-free crepes with rice flour and filled sweet or savory filling.
The traditional Brazilian cheese bread formula, sweet or savory Waffle Pão de Queijo is naturally gluten-free and only takes minutes to make.
Granola is loaded with fiber, protein, healthy fats and essential vitamins and minerals. The aroma of nutmeg completes this granola and adds warmth to each spoon.
When eating this dish, you get hints of the influence of German Pancakes and Yorkshire Pudding. Crispy in parts, soft and soufflé-y in others. Overall, a fantastic addition to your breakfast regime.
Give some honey a good whip this weekend, and you’ll end up with a new favorite breakfast spread.
A delicious gluten free pumpkin pie oatmeal parfait from Amie Valpone’s new e-cookbook, The Healthy Apple Holiday Cookbook.
A delicious open faced egg sandwich, featuring avocado, asparagus and crispy bacon.
This savory breading pudding makes the perfect brunch to feed a hungry crowd after a late night out.
Fresh cherries add a fruity tartness to this moist and chewy granola that’s shaped into balls for a twist on the usual bars.
You already know that granola is the perfect customizable grab-and-go breakfast, let this stovetop recipe cut down on the cook time.
Poppy seeds add crunch and lemon brightens these hearty whole wheat scones.
These surprisingly nutritious pancakes come together in just minutes, and are so sinfully delicious you’ll think you’re having dessert for breakfast.
This time of year, everything is better with pumpkin – even breakfast. And the spices in the scone and the chai flavors in the glaze give this pastry some zing.
Showcase fresh, juicy figs in a simple parfait that perfect all day from breakfast till dessert, and everything in between.
Unlike bready American bagels, the Russian kind are skinnier, dryer, sweeter, with the texture more like a soft pretzel.
Take some time on a weekend morning to cook up this hearty breakfast to fuel your family for the rest of the day.
Try these sweet, seasonal treats for a grab-and-go breakfast that will brighten your morning.
I was lucky enough to try the breakfast at the Trailhead grill, and it was wonderful. I have had biscuits and gravy before, but these were so much better.
Whip up a big batch of these super simple muffins and have a sweet breakfast to go all week long.
The pumpkin buttermilk pancakes let you eat this dish for breakfast, but with so much sweet stuff happening it could easily double as a decadent dessert.
Get your day off to a healthy and delicious start with this nutritious superfood breakfast.
Try these tangy pancakes for a savory and gluten-free take on a breakfast favorite.
For breakfast, brunch or breakfast-for-dinner, these customizable baked eggs-in-a-baguettes are a crowd-pleaser.
This vegan, gluten-free granola is not super sweet but it is nutty and crunchy and totally flavorful.
This simple breakfast or brunch is perfect for slow mornings after late nights.
Try this elaborate egg dish that bakes in the oven so everyone’s brunch is ready at the same time.
The perfect way to start your morning is with a sweet, moist and spicy breakfast cacke served with butter and coffee.
The apricots and prunes in this granola can be replaced with any dried fruit of your choice.
This coconut caramel syrup is super simple to make and while it’s delicious drizzled over fluffy banana pancakes, the possibilities are truly endless.
The maple glaze is particularly seasonal with these apple cider donuts but you could also skip it and roll them in cinnamon sugar.
Blackberries stand in for the Nordic lingonberries that often top these crepe-like pancakes.
This baked oatmeal is the perfect comforting breakfast for crisp autumn mornings.
These homemade granola bars are not only much healthier than the ones you can buy at a store, they taste way better too!
Brandied Peaches makes these maple and oatmeal pancakes into so much more than a basic breakfast.
This baked breakfast dish is not only delicious, it is super convenient, allowing you to prepare eggs for everyone in the family at the same time.
This smoky take on a brunch favorite comes Lafayette, Louisiana’s The French Press restaurant but you can make it yourself for a taste of Cajun flavor at home.
If you don’t have a mini donut pan, this batter works well as a muffin — just be sure to cook them a little longer.
These fiber-rich whole wheat muffins, made with apples, dates, chickpeas and walnuts are a delicious and healthy way to start the day.
Instead of custard cups, a muffin tin will also work to give these tortilla cups their shape.
Make these tasty and good-for-you granola bars ahead of time to have a grab-and-go breakfast on hand.
These granola bars are completely customizable — try different nuts and dried fruits or even dark chocolate chips to create your ideal snack.
Eat it with yoghurt or ice cream, drizzle with honey or maple syrup, or just grab a handful and go – granola is the perfect versatile snack.
These almond flour pancakes are full of protein and are naturally sweetened, making them a very healthful breakfast.
This is, without a doubt, the best way to start your day.
You can use any vegetables you have to supplement the potatoes. Carrots, turnips, cherry tomatoes, asparagus, and green beans are all good choices.
These Oats and almond slices are neither dry as granola bars nor moist as cakes.
Here is a super-simple breakfast of bacon-baked eggs; that is, baked eggs with a little bacon in the bottom (and bacon grease if you must).
Eggs are like the little black dress of the culinary world, so versatile and so easily dressed up or dressed down.
If you find it too thick, add more milk, a little at a time. Stir gently and serve it in small bowls.
Stemming spinach goes remarkably fast (especially as compared to other greens), no knife needed. Simply fold in half along the stem and zip the leaves off.
Enjoy this awesome take on the Egg McMuffin, courtesy of Kim Hamill.
The perfect snack – enjoy this awesome granola bars recipe from Katherine Sacks.
This one’s definitely something special with unique flavor and great texture.
This sandwich is so substantial it could easily be a lunch. You are definitely gonna need a fork to finish it.
A serious sausage roll is a fine fine thing.
This recipe can be made gluten-free by using gluten-free oats and can be made dairy free by substituting extra almond milk for yogurt.
This is an all-purpose dish and can be enjoyed at both breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
All you need for this yogurt is a quart of milk, a tablespoon of yogurt with live cultures, a saucepan and a towel.