Ultimate Granola

This is less of a complete recipe and more of an excellent foundation to build a granola with all of your favorite ingredients. Combinations and add-ins are endless, you may find yourself sneaking some before bed as a treat, seriously.

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Pumpkin Cake Donuts

We love donuts at our house, I finally broke down a bought a donut pan. Our first attempt were these moist pumpkin donuts, there will be more on the way like chocolate chip or apple cider.

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Pork Belly Bacon

Bacon is a hero on its own, or add it to a number of meals to take it up to the next level. This is a great way to save some money and have some delicious treats in the fridge/freezer.

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Breakfast Granola Tart

Our family eats a lot of granola and yogurt, this was a simple recipe to make eating and serving it a little more exciting.

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Pomme Rosti – Hash browns

The bags of frozen hash browns never turned out well for me. This recipe takes a little time, but produces the best hash browns I have had to date.

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French Toast

Next time you see a nice Challah bread at the store, think about picking one up to try out this great french toast recipe. It’s simple, but a great way to have a restaurant style meal at home and save some big money.

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Steamed Hard Boiled Eggs

Surprisingly enough, we struggled to get consistent results when making hard boiled eggs. Using this steam method has made this a foolproof recipe.

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Pie Crust (Pate Brisee)

Nothing beats homemade pie crust and with the help of a food processor it is actually pretty easy. With a 14 cup processor or smaller, you may want to split this into 2 batches.

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Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips

What a great way to use up those extra bananas your kid had to have, but then wouldn’t eat. Made with natural fruit so it has to be healthy right?

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Yeast Liege Waffles

These are possibly the best waffles you can make. If you can plan in advance and have some patience you will be rewarded with a hand-held delicious breakfast treat.

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Blueberry and Cream Cheese Pancakes

Leave the regular pancake mix in the pantry, get out the cream cheese and make a batch of pancakes like you’ve never had before. These cheesecake like pancakes are sure to fill you up and leave you wondering why you didn’t try to mix in cream cheese sooner.

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Baked Oatmeal

Quickly throw this together for a change of pace for your normal breakfast routine. Try swapping out the fruits and nuts on top next time you make it and see what you like best.

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Kolaches

These beautifully golden pillows of breakfast goodness can be filled with anything from sweet to savory. Traditionally, Kolaches are not stuffed and served with a fruit preserve on top – but there are no rules in the kitchen.

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Double-Chocolate Devil’s Food Pancakes

We don’t break out this recipe often, because it is pretty much an actual cake, but made pancake sized and somehow allowed for breakfast.

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Simple Breakfast Quiche Lorraine

One thing shared by everyone is a busy morning routine, simplify your life and eat something healthier than a pop-tart. This simple quiche reheats quickly and is calorie dense, change the extras to keep your taste buds guessing.

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Cinnamon Twist Skillet Bread

What a great way to have breakfast, yeast dough covered and filled with cinnamon and drizzled with icing. The contrast of the bread in the skillet is equally as wonderful.

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Cheese Souffle

This recipe can be made in one large pan or many small individual sizes, both are equally as exciting to eat. Use this as a base recipe and add some extra meat/flavors to keep it interesting.

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Breakfast Gravy

As crazy as it may sound, this simple recipe was new to me. I have made it twice in the last few weeks and won’t buy the gravy packets ever again.

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3 Cheese Souffle Casserole

This is the ultimate cheese lover’s breakfast is made with 3 types of cheese and baked into a giant cheesy pillow that will put you right back to sleep.

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Fruit Tart

Sometimes it is worth it to make everything at home and spend the extra time in the kitchen, this is one of them. You can easily scale this recipe to make additional tarts for a few days later.

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Cold-Brewed Ice Coffee

As the temperature warms up, my wife slowly switches from a hot espresso in the morning to an iced coffee to kickstart the day. After trying quite a few ratios, this is where she has landed with consistently good results.

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Apple Peanut Butter Cookies

Anytime my son asks for anything that includes peanut butter and apples is going to be an easy win for him. This is about as healthy as cookies come, add your favorite toppings to make it more or less healthy.

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Cloud Eggs

While this wasn’t quite as delicious I had hoped, it is an interesting dish that should be tried at least once.

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Bread Pudding

This recipe is fairly straight forward and tastes a little like a fancy french toast. If you are making your own pain au chocolat, I recommend doing these recipes over the course of a few days.

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Cinnamon Yeast Pull Apart Bread

This recipe is a little time consuming, but I like the looks and taste of the finished product. I could see trying the slices in different patterns for even more options.

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Banana Almond Flour Pancakes

These paleo friendly pancakes are a hit for all ages. They don’t fluff up like others, but are just as tasty.

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Peanut Butter Baked Oatmeal

A family favorite that has a healthy side, but is still tasty enough to keep it in the regular rotation.

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How to Cook the Perfect Scrambled Eggs

Often noted as the technique that made people fall in love with Scrambled Eggs all over again.

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Homemade Yeast Cinnamon Rolls

I guess you could call it a tradition now, each Christmas for breakfast we have homemade cinnamon yeast rolls. It also makes the whole house smell amazing, and who doesn’t need a sugar boost for unwrapping gifts.

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