Breakfast

5 Fruit-Filled Summer Breakfast Casseroles — Recipes from The Kitchn

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If you're someone who prefers a morning meal that's sweet and fruity, these breakfast casseroles are for you. With inspiration pulled from classics like blueberry pancakes, French toast, and a sweet variation on strata, these breakfast bakes will satisfy your sweet tooth with extra help from all the seasonal fruit at your fingertips. And as casseroles should be, this selection is ideal for feeding a crowd and can be made ahead. Just don't forget the maple syrup!

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Going Grain-Free? You Can Still Have Granola! — Delicious Links

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Whether you need to adopt a grain-free diet for health reasons or you're just looking to start your day on a lighter note, I have good news for you: Granola is very much still on the table. Even though oats play an integral role in granola recipes, you can still make it without them. The key is using flaked coconut as the base.

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All Scrambled Eggs Should Be Served in Avocado Halves from Now On — Delicious Links

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Avocado and eggs are a match made in heaven. You've probably had avocado toast with poached eggs on top, or scrambled egg tacos with guacamole, but these scrambled eggs served in avocado halves might just take the cake. I mean, look how cute they are!

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Recipe: Sausage and Greens Breakfast Casserole — Quick and Easy Breakfast Recipes

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When you want an egg dish to feed a crowd or make enough breakfast for the week, breakfast casseroles are just the ticket. Eggs hold together whatever ingredients you want to put in the baking dish, and in this case it's a filling combination of frozen diced potatoes, savory sausage, a whole bag of baby spinach, and, of course, a few handfuls of shredded cheese. This casserole is a bit like a diner omelette and breakfast potatoes all in one dish, and it's nice to start the day knowing you've already had a serving of greens!

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Recipe: Strawberry Honey Butter — Recipes from The Kitchn

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When strawberries are in season, it's hard not to inhale the cartons you bring home immediately before even thinking about what else you'll do with them. I encourage you, however, to put some aside to make this butter — rich with all that fruity flavor, enhanced by honey and orange zest, and just begging to be slathered on toast or biscuits and melted all over your pancakes and waffles.

When the season is said and done, a taste of this butter will be a welcome reminder of just how sweet it was.

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Recipe: The Easiest Cheese and Vegetable Frittata — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

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If I had a summer cooking motto it might be "frittatas forever" because frittatas are the real sweethearts of the kitchen. You always have the main ingredient — eggs — on hand, you can throw any vegetables and cheese you want into frittatas, and they cook up in a flash to be served hot and bubbly from the oven or at room temp with good bread and a salad.

This one is particularly great at using up all those farmers market vegetables that you bought with the best of intentions. Frittatas forgive you for forgetting about basil and onions in the fridge and welcome your half a bell pepper and zucchini (that's going soft) with enthusiasm, all while helping you make a summer supper that can do double duty as breakfast or lunch too. Here's the magic formula to this fridge-clearing wunderkind.

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