Breakfast Menus in a Wink

Kiss mundane breakfasts goodbye. Here are 10 deliciously simple menus to jazz up your morning.


Cinnamon Snails

Cinnamon Snails Wedges of cantaloupe Orange juice Refrigerated breadstick dough with sugar-cinnamon and nuts makes fun breakfast "escargots."

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Ham and Apple Skillet Sliced strawberries Orange juice This skillet has all the breakfast favorites -- hash browns, eggs, sausage, and cheese -- in one pan.

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Eye Opener Spread with English muffins Grapefruit halves sprinkled with brown sugar Milk If your kids aren't crazy about the coconut in the spread, substitute shredded carrot on these peanut butter and cream cheese-topped English muffins.

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Jumbo Peanut Butter Scones Orange sections topped with vanilla yogurt Beverage of your choice Jelly, jam, and honey are delicious toppers for these scones.

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Oven-Baked Pancakes Fresh berries Grapefruit juice Fill these oven pancakes with fruit, bacon, or chocolate, and then slather them with butter and syrup.

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Cream-Cheese Super Spread with bagels or English muffins Your favorite citrus beverage This cream cheese-and-marmalade spread mixes up in minutes, and you can dip into it all week long.

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Toaster French Toast Citrus sections and fresh blueberries Turkey bacon Our kid tasters really liked this French toast made with cinnamon bread.

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Whiz-Bang Banana Muffins Sausage links Orange juice A blender helps you make these banana muffins quickly.

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Sugar 'n' Spice Bagels Banana Grapefruit or orange juice Mix sugar and spice to sprinkle over cream cheese-topped bagels for a sweet morning indulgence.

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Honey-Raisin Refrigerator Muffins Your favorite yogurt Orange juice Spicy muffins any time you want them! This batter can wait in your refrigerator for up to three days.

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Berry Banana Smoothie Toast with jelly or honey Keep frozen bananas on hand by placing peeled, cut-up, ripe bananas in a freezer container or plastic bag. Use the frozen banana pieces right from the freezer for this fruity shake.

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