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Starting your day with an egg and a whole-grain English muffin means that you’ll get plenty of protein to keep you going until lunchtime. Making this sandwich is as quick
Frittata di riso (pronounced fri-TAH-tah dee REE-zo), as this dish is known in Italy, is a crispy, crusty, cheesy combination of eggs and rice. It’s a very quick and nouri
We love to eat this crunchy, sweetly spiced granola with milk or layered into yogurt with chopped fruit—but we also love giving it as a gift! Double the recipe (if you don’t ha
We love fall flavors, and this warm morning bowlful contains two of them!Because you do most of the work the evening before, this is a great breakfast for a school morning.
If there’s anything more refreshing than a bright pink two-fruit smoothie, we don’t know what it is! Plus, it makes for a nice, cooling start to your day.
This oatmeal puts all the spicy-sweet flavors of carrot cake right into your breakfast bowl! We love the chewy texture of steel-cut oats, but if you prefer regular oatmeal,
We love to make something special for a holiday breakfast, especially if we’ve got guests. But if you’re not feeding a crowd, you can halve this recipe and bake it in an 8-inch
Kids Advisory Board member Jai developed this easy, flavor-packed recipe when he was testing spices for us. It’s as great for breakfast or brunch as it is for lunch or a snack. J
Like many cultures, Mexico has a tradition of using eggs to turn stale bread into something delicious(think: French toast, strata, or bread pudding). Migas is basically eggs