Velvety, cheesy frittata packed with potatoes, tomatoes, scallions, greens and Italian sausage. Make it for brunch with friends, or refrigerate for breakfasts all week—and trust me, you’ll want to have this on repeat.
Steel-cut oats, overripe bananas and walnuts come together for a healthy, hearty breakfast that tastes like it just came out of grandma’s oven.
You know what I get really mad at myself for doing? Wasting bananas. There are so many things you can do with them, there’s basically no reason they should hit the trash… except bananas are one of those foods that you either want all the time or not at all.
Hearty steel-cut oats toasted in browned butter get the full pumpkin spice treatment with real pumpkin puree, serious spice and less sugar than your average PS treat. A batch can feed a brunch bunch, or be stored in the refrigerator for a week of healthy breakfasts. Two vital seasonal truths in my world right now: 1. Though we have left fall behind, I’m not yet finished with the pumpkin. 2…
Flaky, buttery biscuits in a golden crust that rise like champs. They’re perfect solo with some butter and jam, or with my personal favorite comfort food—creamed turkey. I’m not quite sure how we got to December, but here we are. It’s probably a little tired to talk about how the years whir by faster the older you get, but it always seems to surprise me regardless.
A silky blend of eggs, ricotta and gruyere top hearty sweet potatoes, black beans and smoky vegetables. Flavorful and filling, this frittata can feed your brunch crowd or be stored in the refrigerator for days of healthy breakfasts. I’ve always thought frittatas were so-so…
A lightly sweet griddle cake perfect for butter and jam. Buttermilk and sour cream add tangy flavor and a tender, fluffy middle to this cousin of pancakes. A few months ago I learned about a griddle cake, and it’s changed my life. Okay, maybe that’s hyperbolic—but only a little…
This breakfast is just sweet enough to feel like a decadent treat, but nutritious enough to give you lasting energy to conquer your day. Warming and filling, a single batch can be portioned out to make breakfast for the whole week.
Total cook time: 45 minutes
Not eating breakfast is the worst. Don’t do that.
Instead, check out this video for serial breakfast-skippers—a little breakfast before bed, if you will.
Fresh, fruity and filling, this super-easy way to get breakfast ready before you even hit the pillow is a tangy energy-booster.