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Brunch Recipes

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Grits were a breakfast staple when I was growing up. Even today, we still have them about three times a week. The trick with grits is the more you whisk, the creamier they'll be. —Melissa Pelkey Hass, Waleska, Georgia
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Brunch Hash & Egg Bake

Brunch Hash & Egg Bake

Brunch Hash & Egg Bake

When my kids were growing up, I was cooking for eight. I couldn't conveniently fry eggs for eight, so I devised this recipe that became a family favorite. Mild and salty feta cheese is my favorite for the dish, but shredded cheddar or Parmesan work, too. —Lily Julow, Lawrenceville, Georgia

Mediterranean Broccoli & Cheese Omelet

Mediterranean Broccoli & Cheese Omelet

Mediterranean Broccoli & Cheese Omelet

My Italian mother-in-law taught me to make this omelet years ago—she would make it for breakfast, lunch or dinner and eat it on Italian bread. This is one of my favorite ways to use up leftover broccoli. —Mary Licata, Pembroke Pines, Florida

Herbed Waffles with Creamed Beef

Herbed Waffles with Creamed Beef

Herbed Waffles with Creamed Beef

Meet the Cook: This is a nice recipe to whip up when you come home from church. I adapted it from one I saw in an old cookbook. It's a little different way to use herbs. We're the parents of two, both now grown, and the grandparents of three. -Lois McCormick, Muncy, Pennsylvania
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Italian Brunch Torte

Italian Brunch Torte

Italian Brunch Torte

We always serve this impressive layered breakfast bake with a salad of mixed greens and tomato wedges. It is one of our most requested dishes and can be served warm or cold. —Danny Diamond, Farmington Hills, Michigan

Spinach Chicken Frittata

Spinach Chicken Frittata

Spinach Chicken Frittata

"When we were growing up, spinach was one of the only vegetables my brothers and I enjoyed," recalls Paula Tuduri, Bozeman, Montana. "So our mom found all kinds of ways to include it in meals. This dish is one of my favorites. Be creative," she suggests. "Feel free to vary the vegetables, cheeses and meat to suit your tastes and budget."

Pancakes from the Pantry

Pancakes from the Pantry

Pancakes from the Pantry

Need a gift for the breakfast lover on your list? Fix a batch of this pleasing pancake mix—it'll serve up plenty of smiles. Don't forget to attach the recipe for making the pancakes! —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Pecan Chocolate Waffles

Pecan Chocolate Waffles

Pecan Chocolate Waffles

If you like waffles and chocolate, this recipe is for you. These tender but crunchy waffles are great for breakfast, brunch or an after-dinner dessert. Instead of chocolate topping, top with berries and whipped cream or simply sprinkle with powdered sugar. —Agnes Golian, Garfield Heights, Ohio

Simple Shrimp Scramble

Simple Shrimp Scramble

Simple Shrimp Scramble

"My husband is a big fan of breakfast," says Patty Cloninger from Rochester, Washington. "When I was looking for something different to make I came up with this recipe. He raved over it."

Oven -Baked Western Omelet

Oven -Baked Western Omelet

Oven -Baked Western Omelet

The very first time I served this luscious omelet to my husband and young daughters, it became a yuletide tradition! Now I always double the savory recipe and sometimes substitute cheddar for Swiss cheese.

Mix 'n' Match Quiche

Mix 'n' Match Quiche

Mix 'n' Match Quiche

Combine colorful crabmeat and asparagus to bake this hearty main dish that's both festive and flavorful— or choose your family's favorite ingredients...and create your own one-of-a-kind specialty! You'll be surprised at the compliments you'll receive.

Baked Two-Cheese & Bacon Grits

Baked Two-Cheese & Bacon Grits

Baked Two-Cheese & Bacon Grits

In the South, everyone loves three things: bacon, cheese and grits! After playing around with this recipe, I took it to my first family party as a newlywed and it was a huge hit. This recipe has become a family tradition that will hopefully be passed down for generations. —Melissa Rogers, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
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