If the petite palates at the table turn their noses up at quiche, serve them a crust-free alternative of the same savory ingredients.
Breakfast casserole is a great dinner solution because the preparation is divided–get the ingredients ready before work and
let them sit in the refrigerator while you're at work, then bake for an hour when you're ready to eat. Pair with fruit and
you've got a well-rounded meal perfect any time of day.
When deciding on a breakfast dish, the constant struggle is picking between sweet and savory. Instead, serve a dish that packs
both tastes into a neat and tidy package. These waffles have cooked bacon crumbled into the batter. Drizzle with maple syrup
and dig in. As you make the waffles, keep cooked batches hot by stacking them on a cookie sheet in a warm oven until you're
ready to eat.
Skip the drive-through and get the perfectly-portioned delicious breakfast dishes at home. Cook onion in the oven for a few
minutes, add eggs and whipping cream, top with bacon and shredded cheese, and bake until set, about 12 minutes. Cut into squares
and serve on cooked ready-to-bake frozen biscuits for a breakfast sandwich that's ready in about 30 minutes.
Make a meal off a simple cheese omelet. Add fillings, if you like, or keep it simple with shredded cheddar. If making an omelet
has intimidated before, try this no-flip method for making the perfect fold-over meal every time. Try our filling suggestions,
or pick from your favorite savory breakfast options.
Use frozen waffles as the base for this super-simple stacker. Layer uncooked waffles with Dijon mustard, sliced ham, and cheese,
then grill them in a skillet with a little butter. Sandwich night will never seem boring again.
One-dish recipes make ideal last-minute dinners. Pick up the ingredients for a main dish that only dirties two things in your
kitchen: a food processor and a pie plate. Customize the recipe to suit your taste buds but don't skip the dry mustard–it
adds a nice punch of flavor to the savory dish.
When you need a mid-week shakeup to your menu, serve a hearty pancake supper paired with crisp bacon and warm maple syrup.
The chopped pecans in this dish add protein to the meal, which will keep the tummies full all night long.