Wake up your tastebuds with one of these nutrient-packed morning foods.
The filling here can be replaced with your favorite veggies and cheese, and you can increase the amount of quiche batter for larger pies using this simple equation: count ½ cup milk for every egg used. The recipe will also work in a prepared piecrust.
The secret to crêpe-making success? Letting the batter rest as long as needed for the frothiness and bubbles to subside, so it can spread smoothly and evenly across the pan. All of the recipe components can be made ahead of time, so the filled crêpes come together quickly when it’s time for dessert.
Smoked mozzarella stands in for Canadian bacon, while a fresh tomato sauce takes the place of hollandaise sauce, in this lightened-up version of a brunch classic. If you’re making the recipe for dinner, all you need is a light salad to round out the meal.
A quick mushroom stroganoff sauce is ladled over thyme-flavored French toast for an early-autumn meal. If you want to serve this dish for brunch, you can make the mushroom sauce a day ahead, and then simply prepare the French toast right before serving.
This elegant first course features hearty king trumpet mushrooms, noted for their chewy, meaty texture.