Revamp classic hummus with a medley of colorful spices and a soft poached egg.
Eggs and toast are the ultimate power duo. Top your toast with greens, , or even .
A fresh spoonful of pesto gives classic runny baked eggs extra flavor and a stunning color contrast.
What you'll need: Ramekins ($12 for 4, )
Loaded with fresh veggies and herbs, this simple skillet meal can be enjoyed at morning, noon, or night.
Proof that eggs and toast can be fancy if you want them to be.
If you've been looking for an excuse to dive into a big bowl of fried rice in the wee hours of the morning, we've got you covered.
Topped with goat cheese, this frittata is the ultimate one-stop-shop for any (and all!) potato lovers.
If it were up to us, we'd eat breakfast for dinner every single day. Wouldn't you?
This party casserole has all of your breakfast staples in one dish. Eggs, bagels, bacon, oh my!
Pizza for breakfast? We know what we're making this Saturday.
A classic egg-in-a-hole recipe gets a slight upgrade with some Parmesan.
Who needs takeout when you can make your own food at home?
Win over your brunch guests with these healthy egg "muffins."
Because you really don't need puff pastry for a crazy-delicious quiche.
Even when it's a busy morning, you can still get a gourmet fix. Bake these on Sunday night, reheat on Monday and be on your way.
Featuring nearly all the colors of the rainbow, this veggie-rich quiche will steal the spotlight from your brunch table's centerpiece.
But it's too early for margaritas...right?
You can prep these ahead, then bake while your brunch guests relax with a batch of .
Swap out toast for sautéed pepper rings with this healthy egg-in-a-hole remix.
Nothing beats a lunchtime sandwich staple on a buttery croissant, right?
It doesn't get more classic than a sunny-side-up egg over a bed of tater tots.
The egg-in-a-something just keeps evolving. Opt for pepper rings if you're skipping gluten or carbs. Traditionalists can go for the English muffin, if they insist.
We guarantee there won't be a single one of these left after cocktail hour.
When the traditional just isn't enough, this colorful array has flavors for everyone.
Green olives bring a unique flavor to quiche's Spanish cousin.
On thick Texas toast, these towering breakfast sandwiches will you keep you full through lunch.
Yep, those are eggs — yolk and all — baked into muffins. You might want to make a second batch...just in case.
Diehard egg fans, meet diehard cheese fans.
Raise your hand if you find egg drop soup more comforting than chicken noodle.
This comforting bowl looks tricky to make but will be ready in 25 minutes.