This rib-sticking porridge is made with oats and protein-rich quinoa. Added pumpkin, maple syrup, walnuts and dried cranberries make it a kid-friendly breakfast.—Jennifer Wickes, Pine Beach, New Jersey
These bite-size quiches are loaded with sausage and cheese, plus their crescent roll bases make preparation a snap. Serve these cute "muffinettes" at any brunch or potluck gathering. —Jan Mead, Milford, Connecticut
One day, my father got a hankering for doughnuts and asked me to make him some. I ended up trying these. Dad—and everyone else—loved the results. They come out so golden and plump. —Lisa Bates, Dunham, Quebec
Make sure to include this easy dish on your menu—it features hard-cooked eggs, which you're likely to have in abundance at Easter. My casserole's perfect for fixing up the night before, if you leave off the potato chips. Right before you put it in the oven, you can sprinkle the chips on top. —Mavis McBride, Mena, Arizona
Because it requires so little time to prepare and is such a great hit with family and friends alike, this is a favorite of mine to make for brunches. Served with a fruit salad, hot muffins and croissants, it's excellent for an after-church brunch. —Deanna Durward-Orr, Windsor, Ontario
My husband and I have lived in four different states, and we've grown potatoes in every one of them. I mostly make this dish for family, but company loves it, too. It's almost a meal in itself—all you need to add is a salad. —Nancy Smith, Scottsdale, Arizona
Meet the Cook: All five of our children are grown...in fact, we now have five grandchildren. But, back when they were youngsters, they loved these as after-school treats and as part of Sunday brunch.
The house my husband and I live in is unusual - a little old country schoolhouse built in the 1800's! We are just about done remodeling it and ready to get started with adding a greenhouse.
-Sharon Pullen, Alvinston, Ontario
My family loves this cheesy ham quiche on Sunday morning after church. I'm a registered nurse, and I got this recipe from the mother of one of my patients. It's delicious for brunch and not hard to prepare.
Meet the Cook: Between family and friends, we average 375 visitors a year! This casserole is handy - you can put it together the night before, let the flavors blend, then bake it in the morning. It's also versatile...elegant enough to serve for a ladies' brunch but hearty enough to satisfy a man-sized appetite.
-Nancy Schmidt, Center, Colorado