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Country-Style Scrambled Eggs

Country-Style Scrambled Eggs

Country-Style Scrambled Eggs

Bacon, green pepper and spuds spruce up ordinary scrambled eggs.—Joyce Platfoot, Wapakoneta, Ohio

Creamed Ham in Toast Cups

Creamed Ham in Toast Cups

Creamed Ham in Toast Cups

My grandmother taught me many of her recipes in show-and-cook sessions. Usually, we had this dish on Mondays, following a Sunday lunch of ham, peas and corn. These buttery cups are one of my favorite ways to use leftover ingredients.

Garden Veggie Egg Bake

Garden Veggie Egg Bake

Garden Veggie Egg Bake

Looking for a healthy day-starter? Children will actually enjoy eating their veggies when they’re baked into this cheesy, nutrition-packed egg dish. —JoAnne Wilson, Roselle Park, New Jersey
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Ginger Fruit Crisp

Ginger Fruit Crisp

Ginger Fruit Crisp

Our B&B guests tell us this fun breakfast crisp is one of the most enjoyable parts of their stay. There's seldom a crumb of it left. —Elinor Stabile, Canmore, Alberta

Pepperoni Cheese Bake

Pepperoni Cheese Bake

Pepperoni Cheese Bake

My husband requests this all the time! Often I bake one on the weekend and use it for a quick breakfast during the week. It calls for just a handful of ingredients and is so quick to make. —Suzanne Kern

Creamy Rhubarb Crepes

Creamy Rhubarb Crepes

Creamy Rhubarb Crepes

Fixing rhubarb this way brings a spring "zing" to the table. I adapted this crepe recipe, which originally featured strawberry jelly, from one I loved as a child. My husband declared it a "winner". He even came up with its name.

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."

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! —Ethel Pressel, New Oxford, Pennsylvania

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

Molded Egg Salad

Molded Egg Salad

Molded Egg Salad

Meet the Cook: Whenever I have company, I like to be able to just pop the food on the table. So this recipe's a real favorite of mine. I got it from a friend who made it for our church get-togethers. My husband and I raised four children; today, we have seven grandchildren. In our small town, farmland surrounds us on three sides, and we face the Columbia River on the other. -Lois Chapman, Ridgefield, Washington

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
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