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Classic French Toast

Any dense bread such as challah, brioche, or sourdough will work for this simple French toast recipe.

Author: Martha Stewart

Raspberry Jelly

To determine whether or not the jelly is done cooking, use a candy thermometer and the "sheeting method," described below. Don't use overripe fruit for...

Author: Martha Stewart

Broccoli Cheddar Hash Brown Casserole

This casserole is a riff on a Swiss rosti. It tastes like a loaded baked potato and has the crispness of hash browns.

Author: Martha Stewart

Gruyere Popovers

Popovers reheat well. You can make these early in the day and warm in a 350-degree oven.

Author: Martha Stewart

Irish Brown Soda Bread

This Irish Brown Soda Bread recipe comes to us from Ellen Clarke, one of our merchandising product managers. She got the recipe from her grandmother, Mary...

Author: Martha Stewart

Hot Ham and Cheese Croissant

This crispy, cheesy, meaty croissant showcases Dijonnaise (equal parts mayonnaise and Dijon mustard), one of the test kitchen's favorite condiments. It's...

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Bacon and Spinach Quiche

Can't decide between a quiche Lorraine or Florentine for your next brunch? Add bacon and spinach to the basic filling for the best of both worlds.

Author: Martha Stewart

Corn Pancakes

Fresh corn kernels give these pancakes their sweet taste and robust texture.

Author: Martha Stewart

Swedish Pancakes

Smaller and thinner than their American counterparts, Swedish pancakes are quite tender and comparable in texture to French crepes. If you don't have a...

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Sauteed Potatoes

Diced potatoes tossed with salt, pepper, and chives make a homey, quick side dish suitable for breakfast or dinner.

Author: Martha Stewart

Baked Chocolate Cake Donuts

It might not be traditional to bake donuts, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't! Cocoa powder and chocolate chips enrich the batter for these baked beauties,...

Author: Martha Stewart

Plum Cake

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Oven Roasted Home Fries

The crushed rosemary makes this potato side dish shine.

Author: Martha Stewart

Portuguese Cornmeal Bread

This deceptively simple loaf is inspired by the Portuguese bread known as pao de milho or broa. Sprinkling the top of the bread with water just before...

Author: Martha Stewart

Noodle Kugel

Somewhat sweet and a bit savory, kugels can be served as side dish or a breakfast treat.

Author: Martha Stewart

Warm Bread with Garlic Herb Butter

Pass the warmed loaf around the table and let guests tear off their own pieces. Leftover garlic-herb butter tastes delicious on top of grilled steak, chicken,...

Author: Martha Stewart

Creamy Grits

This delicious Southern recipe for creamy grits comes from chef Frank Stitt's cookbook, Frank Stitt's Southern Table.

Author: Martha Stewart

Slow Cooker Pear and Apple Butter

Place this spread in decorative jars for gifts, but save some for yourself -- it's great on toast or pancakes.

Author: Martha Stewart

Cranberry Cornmeal Quick Bread

Sauteed cranberries add a tasty surprise to this cornbread. They go into the baking pan first and are covered with batter. When the bread is turned out,...

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Banana Bread with Walnuts and Flaxseed

This healthy quick bread makes a hearty breakfast or snack with a scoop of yogurt or cottage cheese.

Author: Martha Stewart

Quinoa Muffins

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French Baguettes

Beneath the crisp, brittle crust of a baguette is an airy crumb and a rich, nutty flavor, making it the perfect accompaniment to any meal -- or, in the...

Author: Martha Stewart

Olive and Cheese Loaf

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Meyer Lemon Coffee Cake

Layers of thinly sliced Meyer lemons lend a mellow complexity to this otherwise classic dessert. Thought to be a cross of a lemon and a mandarin, the fruit...

Author: Martha Stewart

Honey Pecan Granola

Use this homemade granola as a topping for yogurt, enjoy it as a cereal with milk, or simply snack as is. It's easy to make and is more economical than...

Author: Martha Stewart

Three Citrus Marmalade

This recipe was developed by pastry chef Kim Boyce. Try it as a filling for her Marmalade Barley Scones.

Author: Martha Stewart

Maple Granola

Homemade granola is a nourishing breakfast. Use olive oil, which has many healthfulproperties, and pure maple syrup to bind rolled oats, raisins, and nuts...

Author: Martha Stewart

Multigrain English Muffins

These English muffins are made with a mix of whole-wheat and white flours, along with rolled oats and a sprinkling of flaxseed and caraway seeds. Low-fat...

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Scrambled Eggs

The secret to light, fluffy scrambled eggs is to move them constantly so that they don't take on any color. If desired, you can also add in milk or heavy...

Author: Martha Stewart

Zucchini Cornbread Muffins

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Breakfast Bulgur Porridge

Spoon into this hot breakfast full of protein, fiber, calcium, and vitamins D and B12.

Author: Martha Stewart

Giant Cheese Popovers

This recipe for giant cheese popovers is from chef Laurent Tourondel's cookbook, "Bistro Laurent Tourondel: New American Bistro Cooking."

Author: Martha Stewart

Blueberry Almond Scones

These classic bakery treats couldn't be easier to make at home. Simple swaps take them in new directions, so try Cream Scones with Currants, Chocolate-Coconut...

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Bacon Pancakes

These bacon pancakes satisfy both the sweet and savory senses. Surprise your family with this breakfast dish one weekend morning.

Author: Martha Stewart

Plum Coffee Cake Muffins

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Three Fruit Marmalade

This marmalade is more like a jelly with some shreds of peel. Cut the peel thick or thin, as you like it.

Author: Martha Stewart

Maple Candied Bacon

Maple syrup is baked onto these thickly cut slices of bacon, creating a candy-like coating. It's a sweet and savory match that's ideal for a weekend breakfast...

Author: Martha Stewart

Potato and Onion Frittata

This is a quick and easy supper. Using egg whites only will make the texture of the frittata more rubbery.

Author: Martha Stewart

German Apple Pancakes

If your family loves pancakes (of course they do!), they're likely to get even more excited about the baked kind that puffs up in the oven.

Author: Martha Stewart

Banana Nut Buttermilk Waffles

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Fruit Platter with Whipped Ricotta

You can use any assortment of farmers' market and tropical fruits for this impressive brunch spread. Bonus: you can make all the accompaniments in advance:...

Author: Martha Stewart

Maple Nut Granola

This granola has less oil than most, plus healthy fatfrom nuts. Serve it with low-fat yogurt and fruit.

Author: Martha Stewart

Cheddar Shortbread Rounds

This rich, spicy shortbread is a delicious addition to a platter of homemade crackers.

Author: Martha Stewart

Caramelized Grapefruit

Lightly caramelized fruit makes for a great, healthy start to your day.

Author: Martha Stewart

Candied Orange and Golden Raisin Scones

These scones are crisp and golden with a light, flaky interior. The fruit offers a slightly chewy contrast. Orange zest and Grand Marnier flavor the scones....

Author: Martha Stewart

Buttermilk Banana Smoothies

Sweetened with dried dates and a touch of honey, a banana smoothie makes a quick, nutritious breakfast.

Author: Martha Stewart

Irish Oatmeal Biscuits

Make these biscuits, adapted from Zingerman's Irish Oatmeal, for a tasty breakfast the whole family will enjoy. Or, serve alongside tea for a delicious...

Author: Martha Stewart

Spiderweb Eggs

It may look like a swarm of spiders got into the henhouse, but these hard-boiled eggs are another Halloween hoax. Webs are "spun" with the help of blueberries,...

Author: Martha Stewart

Quick Fried Chicken and Waffles

Keep the waffles warm in a 200-degree oven while making the chicken.

Author: Martha Stewart

Spinach and Fontina Strata

Young fontina, a superb melting cheese, adds lushness and a little tang to the strata. And remember to put whole nutmeg on your shopping list; a bit of...

Author: Martha Stewart