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Farm Fresh Quiche

Going to the farmers market and talking with people who work on the farm inspires me to make recipes like this one, a quiche loaded with veggies. — Heather King, Frostburg, Maryland

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Very Veggie Frittata

Very Veggie Frittata

Very Veggie Frittata

“We enjoy this colorful frittata often. Wedges are not only great for breakfast or brunch, but also for a tasty meatless dinner. The sour cream gives the eggs great flavor.” —Teri Condon, Burley, Idaho

Southwestern Hash

Southwestern Hash

Southwestern Hash

"I had a similar dish at a restaurant in Arizona," recalls Marilyn Paradis of Woodburn, Oregon. "I enjoyed it so much I tried re-creating it at home. It's a special way to serve eggs."

Christmas Doughnuts

Christmas Doughnuts

Christmas Doughnuts

Making these doughnuts has long been a custom in my French Canadian family. I remember helping with these tender treats as a child and eating the "holes" with my sister and brother. I loved their hint of lemon flavor! Carrying on the tradition, my husband, children and I have made these yummy doughnuts every Christmas for many years.—Michelle Vander Byl, Portland, Ontario

Zesty Poached Eggs

Zesty Poached Eggs

Zesty Poached Eggs

My husband and I have two young daughters, but we often eat breakfast before they get up. This meal is one of our favorite "breakfasts for two". It's tasty and fun and looks great on the table.—Kathy Scott, Lingle, Wyoming

Asparagus Ham Crepes

Asparagus Ham Crepes

Asparagus Ham Crepes

Sue Erickson of Loveland, Colorado recommends these tender crepes with flavorful filling for a Sunday brunch. They’re so pretty, too!

Zippy Strata

Zippy Strata

Zippy Strata

The taste of this sandwich bake will remind you of pizza. Red tomatoes add color...the cayenne delivers the zip. -Jean Pare`, Vermilion, Alberta

Onion Tart

Onion Tart

Onion Tart

Onion lovers are sure to be asking for second helpings of this appetizing tart - it uses two kinds of onions! Parmesan and feta cheese, nutmeg and hot pepper sauce enhance the flavor nicely. With its quiche-like filling, the dish is ideal for a brunch or buffet. -Christine Andreas, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Yogurt Parfait

Yogurt Parfait

Yogurt Parfait

Dottye Wolf of Rolla, Missouri is on a restricted diet, although her husband is not. "I often make two different single-serving recipes," Dottye reports. "Yogurt Parfait is a delicious breakfast or luncheon treat, especially with wafers on the side."

Mushroom Sausage Strata

Mushroom Sausage Strata

Mushroom Sausage Strata

This flavorful casserole is a hearty mainstay for our family's Christmas Day brunch menu. Being able to assemble the recipe ahead of time is a real plus! -Julie Sterchi, Jackson, Missouri

Golden Granola

Golden Granola

Golden Granola

"This crunchy granola—which may be eaten as cereal or used to top ice cream or fruit—makes a welcome gift," says Maxine Smith of Owanka, South Dakota. She suggests packaging it in a tin or jar decked with a festive bow.

Rosemary-Mustard Sausage Patties

Rosemary-Mustard Sausage Patties

Rosemary-Mustard Sausage Patties

“I once made these rosemary-seasoned sausage patties for Christmas breakfast, and they’re now a favorite throughout the year. The pork mixture can be combined a day ahead and chilled until it’s time to bake.” —Deborah Harris, Colorado Springs, Colorado
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