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Sweet Potato and Ham Hash

Tender sweet potatoes match up with ham, cooked eggs and zippy seasoning to make this hash one you’ll put on your “make again” list. It’s a good breakfast-for-dinner meal.—Judy Armstrong, Prairieville, Louisiana
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Make Ahead Scrambled Eggs

Make Ahead Scrambled Eggs

Make Ahead Scrambled Eggs

Meet the Cook: As a high school vice principal with a 5-year-old daughter, I especially appreciate the convenience of this dish. I've served it for breakfast and also as part of a full brunch buffet along with breads, biscuits, bagels and side salads. -Diane Sackfield, Kingston, Ontario

Butterfly Pancakes

Butterfly Pancakes

Butterfly Pancakes

—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

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

Ultimate Bacon-Maple French Toast

Ultimate Bacon-Maple French Toast

Ultimate Bacon-Maple French Toast

A savory update on baked French toast, this is an easy make-ahead dish that is excellent for brunch and showers. The combination of maple syrup, bacon and nuts makes it impressive and satisfying.—John Whitehead, Greenville, South Carolina

Three-Cheese Souffles

Three-Cheese Souffles

Three-Cheese Souffles

Meet the Cook: No matter when I've made these - for breakfast, brunch or lunch - they have never failed. I have not had them fall once. I often get asked for the recipe. -Jean Ference, Sherwood Park, Alberta

Sweet Potato and Ham Hash

Sweet Potato and Ham Hash

Sweet Potato and Ham Hash

Tender sweet potatoes match up with ham, cooked eggs and zippy seasoning to make this hash one you’ll put on your “make again” list. It’s a good breakfast-for-dinner meal.—Judy Armstrong, Prairieville, Louisiana

Poached Eggs with Asparagus and Lemon Butter

Poached Eggs with Asparagus and Lemon Butter

Poached Eggs with Asparagus and Lemon Butter

This elegant egg dish is a cinch to make, and it’s bursting with spring flavor. Include it on a brunch menu, with assorted fruit and sides, when fresh asparagus is abundant.—Holly Gomez, Seabrook, New Hampshire

Snackin' Granola

Snackin' Granola

Snackin' Granola

Granola's a popular treat with children, and this one couldn't be easier to prepare. I flavor it with lots of tasty good-for-you ingredients. It's perfect to send in bag lunches or to serve after school. I've also used it as an "in-the-car" treat when we take family vacations. —Marlene Mohr, Cincinnati, Ohio

Asparagus Crepes

Asparagus Crepes

Asparagus Crepes

"I love serving these tender crepes with their light lemony sauce in spring," notes Carol Hemker of Phenix City, Alabama. "But my husband would eat them any time of year at all. In fact, it's the only way he'll eat asparagus! This dish is also lovely for luncheon or brunch."

Scrambled Egg Sandwich

Scrambled Egg Sandwich

Scrambled Egg Sandwich

This savory sub is ideal for brunch, lunch or dinner. It's like eating an omelet sandwich. For variety, I use a different cheese—such as provolone—on the egg sandwich, and French or Italian bread.—Kim Dunbar, Willow Springs, Illinois

Asparagus Ham Strata

Asparagus Ham Strata

Asparagus Ham Strata

You can easily prepare this the night before for a luncheon or during the morning for a dinner. I serve it year-round, for large groups like my card club or garden club, at picnics and at other occasions. When I do, just about always someone requests the recipe! My husband and I have been married 49 years (two sons and five grand daughters). I've enjoyed cooking since I was a girl. My mother was an excellent cook, and she passed along many of the Pennsylvania Dutch recipes that are popular in this part or our state.
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