The Importance of Breakfast: Recipes
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So start your day off right off right with hearty servings of your favorite breakfast foods. From bacon and eggs to French toast and waffles, these recipes are the perfect way to begin the day.
- Apple Puff Pancake
This recipe for a delicious Apple Puff Pancake is good all by itself, but even better when served with a drizzle of maple syrup.
- Applesauce Pancakes
The homemade goodness of applesauce and pancakes comes together in this delicious dish that kids adore. Top these tasty pancakes with a drizzle of maple syrup or sweet apple butter.
- Baked Cinnamon French Toast
Try this spin on French Toast. Just add Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal to eggs, milk, sugar, cinnamon and bread, and top with bananas and warmed maple syrup.
- Baked Pancakes and Sausages
Father's Day is a perfect time to sit and savor a big breakfast of oven-baked pancakes and sausages. Serve them hot with melted butter and maple syrup for a scrumptious start to Dad's special celebration.
- Banana Muffins
Satisfy Dad's sugar cravings with the natural sweetness of these brilliant banana muffins -- a healthy, wholesome snack. You can add more mashed banana, if you like, to boost the fiber content and banana flavor.
- Beef on Toast
An American tradition, this Navy favorite of spicy beef on toast is a real eye-opener for any dad who likes things zesty.
- Blueberry Muffins
Perfect for breakfast, these melt-in-your-mouth blueberry muffins are great for kids -- and dads -- on the go. Bake up a big batch for Father's Day, then enjoy them all week long.
- Breakfast Burritos
These tasty tortillas, stuffed with scrambled eggs, salsa, refried beans and shredded lettuce, offer a Latin-flavored wake-up call for Dad.up Father's Day morning.
- Breakfast Pies
These buttery, flaky pastry pies are filled with smoky sausage, sweet pepper and Monterey Jack for a savory breakfast treat. The individual pies can be frozen and warmed up as needed for a toasty, tasty way to start the work day.
- Cinnamon Toast
With this all-time favorite, even the youngest members of the household can prepare a breakfast in bed to honor Dad.
- Egg in a Boat
This sunny-side-up skillet breakfast is sure to brighten Dad's day. A slice of bread with a hole in the middle is browned in a skillet and an egg is dropped into the center and cooked to perfection.
- Fluffy French Toast
Infuse the morning with the sweet smells of cinnamon and vanilla when you whip up this light and fluffy French toast, which adds flour to the mix for a new spin on an old favorite.
- Hashbrown Quiche
A hearty combination of buttered potatoes, smoky ham, diced onion, eggs and shredded Cheddar cheese bakes up a beautiful quiche that is a perennial favorite, perfect for holiday brunches and leisurely weekend mornings.
- Peanut Butter and Jam Wafflewiches
Take Dad back to his childhood with these easy toaster treats. Sandwiched with the gooey goodness of peanut butter, jam and banana, they're top of the pops for a quick Father's Day breakfast.
- Sausage and Grits Casserole
A Southern specialty, this comforting casserole combines savory sausage, quick-cooking grits and Cheddar cheese for a perfectly pleasing brunch that will make Dad's morning.
- Whole Wheat Pancake Art
A dash of inspiration and some simple pantry staples transform plain-old pancake batter into canvases for creative spirits. Warm up the griddle and inspire Dad with these fun ideas for flapjacks.
- Wonderful Waffles
Everyone will gather around the breakfast table for these irresistibly light and fluffy waffles, drizzled with pure maple syrup, melted butter or jam. Or serve them up with a scoop of ice cream, a dollop of whipped cream and fruit for a scrumptious dessert.
- Hamburger Hash
Corned beef hash gets a kid-friendly makeover with the addition of ground beef, making this a great brunch recipe for Father's Day!Also, the ingredients for this recipe are under $10 -- one great cheap eat!