Food - Drink
Breakfast Recipes To Start Your Day: Part 3
By ANABELLE DOLINER
Buttermilk Waffles
This waffle recipe uses buttermilk to give the batter an unexpected tang, a necessary counterpart to the syrup topping. Though this dish does require a waffle iron, the special equipment is worth it, especially if you top the stack with fresh blueberries.
Breakfast Cups
Although these egg white breakfast cups work with any vegetable, recipe developer Susan Olayinka chopped tomato, bell pepper, and spinach. This protein-packed breakfast dish is excellent on its own or paired with toast or hash browns.
Eggnog French Toast
Eggnog’s festive flavor adds complexity and a richer texture to this French toast casserole; you'll be craving it even when Christmas time is far away. The custardy dish is finished with a pecan-laced streusel topping, adding a nutty crunch.
Applesauce Bread
Applesauce gives this quick bread lots of flavor and prevents it from drying out, while golden raisins provide extra sweetness. Wheat germ and molasses give the bread an earthy quality, while cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg provide a classic spiced profile.
Gingerbread Granola
This recipe calls for classic gingerbread ingredients like walnuts, pecans, almonds, and oats combined with dried cranberries, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, and molasses. Recipe developer Miriam Hahn likes to pair this dish with oat milk and fruit.