Make ahead this Gingerbread Granola for a healthy start to Christmas Day. “Forget the stovetop simmering spices and air fresheners. I’m turning my house into a magical, holiday-scented wonderland by baking continual batches of Gingerbread Granola.”
“To make a proper tarte flambé, you need a wood-burning oven with a stone floor,” explains Jean-Georges Vongerichten of the thin-crusted Alsatian pizza topped with bacon, onions and fromage blanc. Here, he folds those same basic ingredients (replacing the fromage blanc with cheddar) into a light custard and bakes it in a buttery pastry crust. “Not everyone has a pizza oven at home, so I decided to make it in the form of a quiche.”
“When you’re serving a crowd or preparing for brunch, nothing could be more simple than this Easy Overnight Egg Bake with Sausage and Kale. Prep the breakfast brunch casserole the night before and it’s ready to pop into the oven the next morning, 35 minutes before serving.”
Make these mini frittatas ahead and have them ready for Christmas morning. Easy to make 3 ways, with simple ingredients, savory flavors, and healthy vegetables. Simple to make in muffin tins, these frittatas will satisfy everyone around your table!
“For brunch chef Adam Schop sprinkles shredded coconut onto his pancake batter; when the pancakes cook on the griddle, the coconut gets nicely toasted. The finished pancakes get a layer of extra coconut before serving.”
"Perfect for a holiday breakfast or a weekend brunch, this French toast recipe is loaded with tasty, sweet ingredients like cinnamon, vanilla, and brown sugar, but the reduced fat cream cheese helps lighten the meal."
“Flaky, gooey, and with just a little mustardy zing, these savory slab pies will be a hit around your holiday breakfast table. And if you’re a devotee of careful holiday planning, these easy-to-make pies are right up your alley: They store beautifully in your freezer up to two months in advance!”
"Impress holiday guests with an easy breakfast recipe that has all the wow factor of homemade eggs benedict and none of the fuss. It takes less than a half-hour to bake, and much of the preparation can be done the day before."