This recipe makes light and tender waffles that are crisp on the outside and tender on the inside. Serve with butter and maple syrup or, for an extra-special breakfast, top with sliced berries and whipped cream.
Quiche makes a great breakfast—or dinner. Serve it warm from the oven or chill and serve cold. It tastes great either way. To save time, prepare the pie dough the night before you plan on making the quiche.
These beauties have been a popular treat with the adults and kids alike from the get-go at Lucky Santo. They are insanely nutrient dense, as the almond flour offers protein.
This breakfast quinoa will make you look forward to the “most important meal of the day” with the blend of spices and apples in this well-textured dish.
Finding a good gluten-free cereal can be hard (and expensive) but once you try this recipe you won’t buy store bought cereal again. The base of this cereal is made with the Only Oats brand of gluten-free oats and uses agave syrup for the sweetener.
This recipe is a showstopper. Combination pancake and popover, it’s made in the oven and puffs up to impressive heights during baking.
These biscuits resemble strawberry shortcakes, but the warmed spicy peaches add depth and richness to an indulgence that’s perfect for breakfast, too.
Chock full of fruit and nuts, these gluten- and grain-free Morning Glory Muffins are the perfect healthy treat, providing protein, fiber and healthy fats.
Topped with chocolate hazelnut spread, fresh berries or a simple squeeze of lemon and sprinkle of coarse sugar, crêpes are deceptively simple to make.