Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but often is the meal most people skip. Whether it is because you are trying to get the kids to school, you need some change in your breakfast menu, or you need food on the go, Food Network has many options for your breakfast needs!
For Your Little Breakfasters
A nutrient-dense breakfast is important for everyone, but especially for kids and their developing brains. If store-bought fruit tarts are too sugary and processed, Food Network has an alternative to make at home! These homemade fruit tarts are made with hand-made dough, a scoop of berry jam, and a berry glaze to go on top. This homemade alternative will have your kids licking their lips.
For a child that is more picky, try cinnamon baked doughnuts. These doughnuts replicate the taste of cinnamon toast in a more portable, less messy alternative.
Some Options to Mix Up Breakfast
When making meals, it is so easy to have a schedule to rotate through. However, the same meals after a while can get boring. If you want to try something new for breakfast, the “herbalicious” breakfast casserole might be the right fit for you. The recipe calls for onion rolls, pesto, red peppers, and more for a delicious dish.
For anyone who likes to have a sweet breakfast, these red velvet cake mix cinnamon rolls are meant for you. Using a pre-made red velvet cake mix and a packet of yeast, cinnamon rolls will get a makeover before hitting your kitchen. This twist on a sweet classic is sure to have your entire family excited for breakfast.
Breakfast on the Go
If you are in a rush but need a good, healthy breakfast Food Network recommends something you can make fast and has little clean up. The tortilla breakfast wrap is great for a busy morning or for anyone who overslept. All you need is a tortilla, eggs, spinach, cheese, and ham. The best part, you make it all in one pan!
For those who need a quick option, try making blueberry coffee cake muffins. You can make the muffins ahead of time and have them ready to grab on your way out. Plus, you can always add sour cream to make them moister.
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Cold Brew Iced Coffee
Coffee is how a lot of us start our mornings. However, hot coffee is not always the right caffeinated craving. If you are looking for a good cold brew recipe, Food Network has one just for you. Get your coffee beans and grinder ready, this recipe will change how you have your morning coffee.
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