30 minutes or less
Breakfast & Brunch
Serve this lightly sweet cake for brunch or with afternoon tea.
Belgian waffles get their light, moist interiors from a yeast-based batter. Use a very hot waffle iron in order to get a perfectly crispy exterior.
You’ve heard of breakfast for dinner? How about dessert for breakfast? These rich, dense, delicious confections will satisfy your sweet tooth any time of day. For a banana split effect, serve with sliced bananas and a dollop of vanilla soy yogurt.
Start the day with a healthy breakfast bar. These are full of fiber, vitamins and minerals plus omega-3 essential fatty acids from the walnuts and flaxseeds. If you can't find ground flaxseeds, grind your own in a food processor, blender or spice grinder so their nutrients are more readily absorbed.
Inspired by the Southwest, these wholesome and temperate waffles can turn fiery with plenty of hot pepper sauce and a salsa containing smoky chipotle chiles.
This recipe is adaptable to a variety of dietary needs. You can substitute spelt or gluten-free or use oat or almond milk in place of soymilk. Serve with pure maple syrup.
Ooey-gooey and oh so delicious, these treats aren't as sinful as they taste. If you don't have a panini maker, cook the sandwiches in a skillet, using a second heavy pan to flatten them as they cook.
When making the pastry, set aside the remainder of the silken tofu to use in the quiche filling. You may make the pastry a day in advance, and store it covered in the refrigerator. Remove the dough an hour before proceeding with the recipe.
Tofu scrambles are tasty, but they aren’t the prettiest dish for a party. Here, crescent roll dough turns the breakfast fave into a sliceable showstopper.
You can make your own superfine sugar to dust doughnuts by pulsing granulated sugar in a food processor several times.