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Mom has spent her entire life making you pancakes and omelettes for breakfast.
Now it's time to return the favor. Whip up an amazing brunch using one of these delicious and easy recipes. The best part: You'll get to enjoy your Mother's Day gifttoo! Cheesy, bacon goodness in one bite. Make a few batches because these are too easy to eat. Get the recipe at Good Housekeeping. Get the recipe at Delish. Get the recipe at Woman's Day. These devilish-ly good eggs will be the hit of brunch, so make sure you boil a few extra eggs just in case.
You can't have brunch without the booze, but it's time to upgrade the traditional Bloody Mary. Beets have lots of antioxidants, so drinking one or two of these is basically like doing a juice cleanse. Get the recipe at CountryLiving. Pull out the waffle iron for a healthy alternative to your usual griddle breakfast. Add an egg on top for more sustenance. Although the name may make it sound bad, this dish is basically shakshouka, or eggs poached in a tomato sauce, but with a spicy sausage addition. Get the recipe at Averie Cooks.
This pancake variation is basically like having dessert for breakfast, which the kids will absolutely love. These taquitos are perfect for a leisurely weekend breakfast, but the leftovers are even better to throw in the freezer for weekdays. A win-win. Get the recipe at Mexican Please. You've never tasted a Pop Tart like this before. With a Nutella center and sprinkles on top, you'll feel like a kid again. Get the recipe at Inside BruCrew Life. Get your bagel fix in a creative new way with this ridiculously tasty breakfast.
Just spread mashed Wednesday morning breakfast with a new friend on the bagel, crack an egg into the center, and eat up. Get the recipe at Well Plated. Tacos aren't just for Tuesdays. You'll want to wake up to this mix of cheesy scrambled eggs, black beans, avocado, and hot sauce every day.
Get the recipe at A Beautiful Plate. Donuts are the ultimate breakfast food, and they're even better when you combine them with dessert. Oreos for the win! Get the recipe at Deliciously Yum. This Southern classic gets a healthier twist when you bake the chicken instead of frying it. The sandwich can also easily be made gluten- and dairy-free, depending on dietary needs.
Get the recipe at Murphy Goode Winery. Egg cups are a super simple way to make a very fancy-looking breakfast just use muffin tins! This variation has a base made of grated sweet potato, cheddar cheese, and a hint of garlic. Get the recipe at Fit Foodie Finds. Pie meets French toast in this mouth-watering take on a breakfast staple. Get the recipe at Baker By Nature. These dainty cups are a smart, bite-sized twist on ordinary old hash browns. Get the recipe at The Yummy Life. This muffin version of the classic cinnamon sugar donut is far easier than rolling and frying your own donuts.
But be warned: this butter- and sugar-heavy recipe is definitely not a low-cal breakfast option. Get the recipe at Creations by Kara. Breakfast-style bruschetta can be made with the veggies of your choice and sits atop an English muffin base, much like the standard Eggs Benedict. Get the recipe at Grumpy's Honeybunch. Give your muffin tin a break from the pastries, and use it for something savory instead.
Give 'em 10 minutes in the oven, and you'll have an easy breakfast to heat up all week. Get the recipe at Baked At Midnite. Morning coffeemeet your new best pastry friend. You'll start with a flat piece of dough and cut strips along the side, slather on cream cheese and sugar, dump blueberries and sliced almonds on top, then carefully braid the dough over the fillings.
Easy breezy! Get the recipe at Delightful E Made. Makeover classic French toast in bite form! The trick to baking these to perfection? Seriously — it makes browning the cubes on all sides that much easier. Get the recipe at Recipe Tin Eats. This is basically just cake masquerading as breakfast-appropriate coffee cake, but that never hurt anyone, right? It's that gooey, caramel-y topping that really, ahem, takes the cake here and, believe it or not, this recipe is actually on the light side.
Get the recipe at Whole and Heavenly Oven. This one-pan dish is classic breakfast comfort food. Load the skillet up with potatoes, bacon, scallions, and — mmm — mozzarella, and you won't be able to stop at just one scoop. Get the recipe at Cafe Delites. You already love the cheesy goodness of the classic Mexican dishso there's no way you wouldn't go crazy over this morning version, too.
Just substitute chicken and beef for eggs and sausage, stick in the oven, and go to town with a fork. Get the recipe at Let's Dish. Pshhthose frozen burritos at the grocery store don't have anything on these wraps loaded with cheese, eggs, and meat. Best part: you can easily whip up extra and have filling, hand-held meals ready for those busy weekday mornings.
Okay, okay so technically they are pancakesbut seriously, this isn't your average stack of buttermilk flapjacks. This savory take is stuffed with corn, onions, chives, cheese, and bacon and drizzled with syrup. In other words, these cakes are anything but boring. Get the recipe at Recipe Girl. If you see the word " cheesecake " and automatically think this recipe is too complicated, stop. You're wrong. Simply prep it the night before, stick in the oven come morning, and proclaim "bon appetit!
Get the recipe at Mom On Timeout. These sweetly rich treats may lean more toward the dessert sidebut hey, it's the weekend! One warning, though: not going for seconds and thirds will be very, very difficult. Get the recipe at Cooking Classy. Type keyword s to search. Brandon Bales. Bacon Cheese Popovers. Everything Bagel Casserole. Your favorite bagel but in casserole form.
Who knew such an amazing thing existed!? Cinnamon Rolls. Impress mom with your baking skills by making the ultimate breakfast classic: cinnamon rolls. Charlie Gillette. Low-Carb Breakfast Enchiladas. Low-carb and delicious? How could anyone pass up this amazing breakfast dish? Mike Garten. Pimiento-Cheese Deviled Eggs.
Spicy Beet Bloody Marys. Cauliflower Waffles. Averie Cooks. Eggs In Hell. Cannoli Pancakes. Mexican Please. Baked Mexican Breakfast Taquitos. Inside BruCrew Life. Nutella Pop Tarts. Well Plated. A Beautiful Plate. Breakfast Tacos. Deliciously Yum. Oreo Donuts. Murphy Goode Winery. Baked Chicken and Waffles Sandwich. Fit Foodie Finds. Sweet Wednesday morning breakfast with a new friend Hash Egg Cups.
Baker By Nature. Pecan Pie French Toast. The Yummy Life. Parmesan Hash Brown Cups. Creations by Kara. Grumpy's Honeybunch. Breakfast Bruschetta. Baked at Midnite. Bacon and Egg Muffins. Delightful E Made. Blueberry Cream Cheese Breakfast Braid. Recipe Tin Eats.Wednesday morning breakfast with a new friend
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