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After a long work/school week, it’s nice to treat yourself to a relaxed morning meal. A few of these gems can be made the night before, so you can sleep in on the weekend.
Fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside, and delicately flavored with bananas and vanilla — these are phenomenal banana pancakes. The recipe, believe it or not, is adapted from a children’s cookbook, which proves they are easy to make.
Bursting with fresh blueberries with a tender crumb and sparkling sugar crust, these are the best blueberry muffins.
This savory bread pudding is brimming with sweet pork sausage and sharp cheddar. I love it for entertaining because it can be made ahead of time and feeds a crowd.
Tender and buttery with morsels of melted chocolate within, children absolutely love these scones. They’re wonderful served warm out of the oven, especially on a lazy weekend morning when you feel like spoiling everyone.
Of all the spinach quiches I’ve tried over the years, this classic French version is my favorite. The combination of heavy cream and Gruyère makes it insanely rich. There’s also a good bit of spinach, which balances out all that richness and makes it just a little bit healthier.
Start with thick-cut applewood smoked bacon and slather it with a maple syrup, brown sugar, and chipotle glaze halfway through cooking — as the bacon cooks, the glaze sizzles and thickens into a shiny, candy-like coating. It’s addictive!
A lovely mash-up of French toast and apple pie, this prep-ahead breakfast casserole has all the makings of a special holiday brunch dish – the kind that becomes a much-loved family tradition.
The inspiration for this ham and cheese oven-puffed pancake comes from my latest cookbook crush, Tasting Paris: 100 Recipes To Eat Like A Local by Clotilde Dusoulier. It’s a cross between a crepe and a soufflé.
Tender and sweet-scented with a gorgeous ribbon of melted chocolate running through it, this quick bread is fun to make. You spoon the banana and chocolate batters into a loaf pan alternately, and then artistically swirl the two together with a knife.
These hearty muffins are sweetened entirely with maple syrup. As they bake in the oven, they fill your kitchen with the most intoxicating buttery maple scent.