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Part crepe and part pancake, this delicious creation (also known as a Dutch Baby) is the ultimate breakfast indulgence and a "wow" of a midnight snack. Top this pastry with powdered sugar and seasonal fruits, or fold it over and stuff with a warm compote or chocolate.
A Mexican style dish is a surefire hit with the morning crowd when it's as spicy-good as this one. Pork sausage, corn tortillas, eggs, cheese and a richly spiced sauce combine for an unforgettable dish.
For all of you coffee drinkers, a dense coffee cake is a must. But be adventurous with your selection and dare to venture away from the typical cinnamon and sugar varieties. We love our cherry-cream cheese version.
If you want to indulge folks at breakfast, let them eat cake! PANcakes that is. Perhaps breakfast's sweetest tradition, pancakes are delicious when topped with fruit, stuffed with chocolate chips or drowned in maple syrup. We like tossing in sesame seeds and oats to keep ours at least a little wholesome.
Not quite a quiche (but not quite not), a frittata features no crust, concentrating instead on the yummy stuff inside. Our frittata with Spanish flair is just as delicious for tapas after 5 as it is for breakfast at dawn.
Sometimes a hot cup of tea and a thick slice of banana bread is all you need to start your day off on an indulgent note. Creamy chai brings the indulgence-factor to the table here—its exotic taste perfectly complements the uncomplicated, sweet banana bread, rich with toasted walnuts.
For lazy mornings when you're in no particular rush—but don't want to be flipping and sizzling in the kitchen—create a personal breakfast for yourself in the oven instead of a skillet. Our recipe is easy to make and sure to fill you up.
Crumbles were created in WWII-era England as substitutes for ingredient-rich pies. But luckily, fewer ingredients doesn't mean less decadence. Our tart cranberry crumble is a great any time of year and is an ideal breakfast-for-one dish or a superb brunch "dessert."