The Italian word "frittata" refers to frying the egg-based dish in a skillet. This Italian spin with added salami, roasted sweet peppers and mozzarella is baked in a ramekin but the ending is the same - delicious day or night. —Mrs. Nancy Elliott, Houston, Texas
You'll easily impress guests with these individual cheese souffles from our home economists. Partially bake and refrigerate them early in the morning. Then simply sprinkle with cheese and finish baking when ready to eat.
All my family's favorites—crispy bacon, sauteed mushrooms and fresh parsley—are combined into one delicious buttermilk waffle. It's the absolute best brunch item, and they're even good for sandwiches. —Jennifer White, Columbus, Ohio
I like how the oatmeal lends a natural sweetness and nutty flavor to these waffles. Instead of serving them with maple syrup, try them with a orange ricotta spread. —Pauline Aufrecht, Beaverton, Oregon