Published on February 10, 2016

maple-cinnamon toast

Consider this cinnamon butter soaked toast as the adult version of the cereal. Top with citrus and creme fraîche, and drizzle with maple syrup to serve. 

coconut honey crepes

Garnished with a blood orange compote and whipped mascarpone, this decadently stacked dish is as sweet as can be.

blackberry goat cheese crostini

A sweet and savory way to start the day, best devoured with a cup of tea.

olive oil banana bread

Sprinkled with chocolate chips and zest of an orange, enjoy this slightly healthier take on a classic banana bread with a sliver of butter. 

green smoothie bowl

Smoothie bowls are all the rage and we can’t help but get on board. Vibrant, healthy, and pleasantly customizable, this light recipe is packed with must-have superfoods.

cheesy grits with poached eggs

A Southern classic served with a side of greens and bacon, is the ultimate dish for a winter morning. 

blueberry chamomile dutch baby

What’s a breakfast party without pancakes? Pair this dutch baby with fresh berries, fruits, and a scoop of honeycomb ricotta.

peanut butter overnight oats

Whip these up the night before and serve the morning of with a garnish of fresh fruit. Bonus points for being super kid-friendly!

lemon poppy seed loaf

This Greek yogurt based recipe features a tart hint of lemon with sweet notes and a pleasant undertone of chamomile tea. 

ham and cheese breakfast casserole

When the entire family decides to come over, a hearty casserole is definitely in order. Enter a make-ahead blend that’s sure to please even the pickiest of eaters. 

carnitas chilaquiles

Served with a spoonful of whipped jalapeno cream, this bold and spicy dish is not for the faint of heart. 

buckwheat waffles

Crispy on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside, these gluten free goodies are sure to become a morning staple. 

brown butter skillet cake

End the morning on a sweet note with this berry compote topped dish featuring “torn pieces of pancakes” and a mint and almond garnish.

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