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Eye-Opening Brunch Recipes

Whip up a big weekend brunch at home with these recipes for classic sweet and savory dishes like quiche, pancakes, waffles, eggs, and muffins.

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Stuffed French Toast With Strawberries

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Try making your family this breakfast recipe for yummy Strawberry Stuffed French Toast.

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5-Minute Banana Recipes

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Turn bananas into delicious breakfast dishes or snacks with these quick and easy and recipes.

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Dessert for Breakfast

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Forget about sugary cereal with no nutritional value. Serve these recipes for naturally sweet breakfasts that look like dessert, but are secretly healthful.

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Summer Treats: Fun Fruit Shakes

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Milk shakes for breakfast? Treats do not have to be expensive or unhealthy to be good! These fruit shakes can be eaten for breakfast, snack or a refreshing dessert. They can be tailored to any dietary needs and take just minutes to make. Sound too good to be true? You be the judge!

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Jiggly Fruit Terrine

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This make-ahead fruit terrine is a great side dish for eggs and other breakfast foods, whether you serve them in the morning or for dinner.

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The Best Blueberry Muffins

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Whether you eat them for breakfast or dinner, these are the only blueberry muffins you should make from now on.

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Dried Cranberry and Maple Granola

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Making homemade granola is simple and lets you control the sugar and fat content — and your child can help.

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Peachy Peach Jam

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This batch of jam cost me $5 (including pectin and sugar), and I made 48 ounces. It's so much fun to make and it takes around a half an hour, start to finish, as long as you remember to run the dish washer so that your jars are nice and clean and hot when you go to fill them. Note that I'm giving you directions for freezing the jam, which is a great baby step to take if you're new to canning. You can put the jam in jars or plastic containers and pop them in your freezer, and then you don't have to get into the whole sterilizing/pasteurizing scene. Just be sure to wear an apron, for the full Ma-Ingalls effect.

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Nutty Apricot Oatmeal

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A nutty version of classic oatmeal, this breakfast treat packs a nutritious punch.

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