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Comfort Food Breakfast Recipes

Try these classic comfort food breakfast recipes, including pancakes, quiche, french toast, oatmeal, waffles, potato pancakes, biscuits and gravy, casserole, breakfast sandwiches and more.

Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Cinnamon Honey Syrup

Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Cinnamon Honey Syrup

Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Cinnamon Honey Syrup

"This is a great breakfast for special days, but it mixes up so fast that it's perfect for busy mornings as well," says LeeAnn Hansen of Kaysville, Utah.

Ginger Pancakes

Ginger Pancakes

Ginger Pancakes

A sunny sauce nicely complements the gingery flavor in these pancakes. "We often put a cube of cream cheese on top of the pancakes before pouring on the lemon sauce," notes field editor Jenece Howard of Elko, Nevada.

Banana Pancakes with Berries

Banana Pancakes with Berries

Banana Pancakes with Berries

Field editor Katie Sloan from Charlotte, North Carolina writes, "With strawberries, banana and a good buttermilk batter, this is my all-time favorite pancake recipe. I even serve these for dinner occasionally with some crispy bacon or a slice of country ham."
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Oregano Zucchini Pancakes

Oregano Zucchini Pancakes

Oregano Zucchini Pancakes

Flecks of zucchini give these savory, moist pancakes a pretty appearance. For a suppertime side dish, field editor Leann Meeds of Klamath Falls, Oregon suggests topping them with spaghetti sauce and Parmesan cheese.

Ham 'N' Corn Scrambled Eggs

Ham 'N' Corn Scrambled Eggs

Ham 'N' Corn Scrambled Eggs

For a light lunch or dinner, try this skillet supper from Esther Shank of Harrison, Virginia. "Place a couple of potatoes in the microwave to 'bake' while you're making this, so you have a complete meal," she writes.

Baked Blueberry French Toast

Baked Blueberry French Toast

Baked Blueberry French Toast

I like that this breakfast entree can be prepared ahead of time. Since you can use fresh or frozen blueberries, it's great anytime of year. It makes a warm, rich start to any morning. —Suzanne Strocsher, Bothell, Washington

Fruited Sausage

Fruited Sausage

Fruited Sausage

Roseann Loker's glazed combination of sausage and fruit is a welcome addition to a breakfast buffet. "I often stretch it by adding whatever fruit I have on hand, such as apples, peaches or cranberries," notes the Vicksburg, Michigan reader. "I've also served it over noodles or rice as a skillet supper."

Fluffy Waffles

Fluffy Waffles

Fluffy Waffles

A friend shared the recipe for these light and delicious waffles. The cinnamon cream syrup is a nice change from maple syrup, and it keeps quite well in the fridge. Our two children also like it on toast. —Amy Gilles, Ellsworth, Wisconsin

Orange Cranberry Oatmeal

Orange Cranberry Oatmeal

Orange Cranberry Oatmeal

"I never liked oatmeal until I jazzed it up with fruit and nuts," reports Jenni Oyler from Poughkeepsie, New York. "Wheat germ adds a great flavor and a nice nutritional boost."

Broccoli Hash Brown Quiche

Broccoli Hash Brown Quiche

Broccoli Hash Brown Quiche

In Goldsboro, North Carolina, Joy Vincent prepares this flavorful quiche for breakfast or dinner. "Since we have six children, I rely on quick nutritious dishes like this one," she says. "I like to vary it by adding ham or bacon."

Mushroom Sausage Omelets

Mushroom Sausage Omelets

Mushroom Sausage Omelets

When our children were young, I prepared this recipe regularly because it's fast and easy. Loaded with cheese, Italian sausage, fresh mushrooms and garlic, the recipe makes two omelets, but the ingredients can easily be increased to suit larger families.—Catherine Fontana, Fox Lake, Illinois
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