by Michelle Buffardi in Recipes, June 7th, 2015
by Amanda Rettke in Recipes, May 29th, 2015
French toast, the breakfast food that’s almost dessert (it’s basically bread pudding that gets served with OJ and a side of bacon, right?) sometimes goes out of its way to be totally amazing, like when it got itself waffled, above.
by Ricky Smith in Recipes, April 30th, 2015
If you love monkey bread as much as I do, you are not going to want to miss this delicious from-scratch recipe. Imagine the delight and awe of a birthday boy or girl waking up to this delicious and beautiful treat.
You can make this from-scratch monkey bread in the morning or the night before, but if you are planning on making it the morning, be sure to get up early or plan on having it for brunch. When making bread from scratch there is a proofing period in addition to the baking, and this can add considerable time to the process.
If you read through the recipe, one thing you may have noticed is that I used cinnamon extract (commonly found in most grocery stores) in place of cinnamon. This was purely for aesthetic purposes, as I wanted to create a beautifully light and colorful monkey bread. If you are not opposed to a dark brown confetti bread, feel free to omit the extract and substitute 1 tablespoon ground cinnamon.
by Maria Russo in Recipes, April 28th, 2015
Breakfast for dinner is always a fun way to mix things up, but what about having dessert for breakfast? Besides those few times you ate chocolate cake on a Saturday morning, it’s probably not something you think of often. But with pastries like warm, sticky cinnamon rolls and apple turnovers stuffed with syrupy filling, it’s definitely possible to satisfy your sweet tooth before 10 a.m.
Strawberry Muffins (pictured above)
Make these beauties over the weekend and have a quick breakfast to go during the week. Whether you eat them at room temperature or heat them up with a little pat of butter, they’re sure to give you the right dose of sweetness.
by Maria Russo in Community, April 5th, 2015
Forget about the soggy, egg-logged pieces of French toast you may be used to, because with the help of these best-ever breakfast recipes, you can turn out a hearty morning meal that’s crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. In terms of flavor in your French toast, that largely comes from the custard in which the bread soaks. While a sweetened vanilla mixture is perhaps the most classic, you can dress up the original to include fresh citrus, like Ina Garten does, or add melted chocolate for next-level richness, as is the case in Melissa d’Arabian’s recipe. Read on below for these how-tos, plus more creative French toast picks.
Challah French Toast — Consider this your ultimate French toast workhouse recipe. Ready to eat in a hurry, Ina’s big-batch breakfast (pictured above) is made with thick-cut challah bread and becomes rich and moist thanks to a soak in a citrus-laced vanilla custard. When it comes to toppings, stick with classic maple syrup, or opt for raspberry preserves and a dusting of sugar — or pile on all three fixings for a decadent finish.
by Lauren Miyashiro in Food Network Magazine, March 26th, 2015
Mornings can be rough. Amid getting the kids dressed for school and packing up essentials needed for the day, it may seem like there’s just not enough time to settle in for a relaxing breakfast. While you may indeed be rushed, there’s surely time for a fresh — and (bonus!) healthy — morning meal, thanks to these light breakfast bowls, this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. Whether you’re craving the sunny flavors of citrus, the sweet crunch of coconut or the savory taste of avocado, start your day with hearty bowls boasting satisfying bases of yogurt, oatmeal and chia seeds, among others.
For even more light recipes, check out Food Network’s Healthy Start board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipes: Healthy Breakfast Bowls (pictured above)
by Allison Milam in Recipes, March 8th, 2015
Call it egg in a basket, toad in a hole, egg in a frame or one-eyed jack; an egg fried in a hole of toast is nothing new, but it’s still amazing. You’ll be met with smiles round the table each time you serve the sunny-side up breakfast treat — bonus points if it’s a weekday. Whether it’s because the bread gets extra buttery in the skillet or because there’s almost always a debate over what to call it, the simple trick makes regular ol’ eggs and toast so much more fun. But why confine your runny yolk to sandwich bread? What’s stopping you from cracking an egg into the center of a fluffy, glazed doughnut?
Food Network Magazine’s dozen new ideas for eggs in holes are groundbreaking. You already know putting a fried egg on top of almost everything instantly amps up the craveability factor. The same theory applies to eggs’ nests: pizza, doughnuts, grilled cheese sandwiches, you name it. Pick your nest and put an egg in it.
by Guest Blogger in Restaurants, February 21st, 2015
Before you even think about pouring milk over another bowl of cereal, maybe it’s time to open up a new tab on your browser. For a limited time, you can hop over to Pinterest to get Food Network’s picks for the best breakfast recipes around. Hey, you probably didn’t need another reason to have a breakfast obsession, but — trust us — these all-about-breakfast ideas are just enough to get you to love the sound of your alarm clock.
Join the club by following Food Network’s breakfast boards (below), and get pinning!
by Lindsay Damast in Recipes, February 20th, 2015
By Alia Akkam
A tower of pancakes — hotcakes or flapjacks, if you prefer — glistening under a sheen of sticky syrup is as much a comforting symbol of weekend mornings as the diner’s roving coffee pot. Whether strewn with blueberries, made with tangy sourdough or served in their naked buttermilk state, here are some of the country’s tastiest iterations of the carb-laden breakfast favorite. Check out the full gallery for all 12 wake-up-worthy spots. Read more
by Maria Russo in Recipes, February 14th, 2015
If you’ve ever spent any time scrolling through the feed of photos on Instagram, you’ve probably seen it: a bowl filled with some carefully arranged ingredients (lines, pie charts or concentric circles will do) that seems to be either a meal or an art project. The #breakfastbowl (or #smoothiebowl, depending on whom you ask) is a popular trend amongst food documentarians — and not only because the sometimes Technicolor compilations make for a visual feast.
In a world of DIY frozen yogurt shops and make-your-own-burrito chains (however unhealthy they may turn out to be), customization and variety is key. And the breakfast bowl presents the ultimate way to start your day your way. These morning treats allow you to sample just a little bit of everything, which will make you feel more satisfied and help keep that pre-lunchtime hunger at bay. The recipes below are packed with nutrients and are all under 400 calories a pop.
From homemade gravlax to indulgent huevos rancheros, The Kitchen‘s Rise and Shine episode was all about breakfast this morning, and while it’s often called the most-important meal of the day, for better or worse, some days simply don’t allow for a long, leisurely morning meal. But that doesn’t mean you have to forgo breakfast altogether; the key is to look to ready-to-go dishes that are both quick to prepare and easy to pack. Read on below for wake-up-worthy inspiration from Alton Brown, The Pioneer Woman and more of your favorite chefs.
Ree Drummond keeps it classic in her Breakfast of Champions Sandwich, built on buttery English muffins and griddled with thinly sliced ham, gooey just-melted cheese and an egg. “Immediately wrap them in a foil bag to lock in the heat,” Ree advises of packing up these sandwiches for on-the-go eating.