Ready for breakfast (but perfect for dessert, too), this lemony cake gets nutty flavor from ground oatmeal. Serve with syrupy berries and fresh whipped cream.
Perfect for effortless entertaining, this salmon can be made ahead and served chilled or at room temperature. Spoon on whatever Greek yogurt you like, but we love the richness of 2 percent.
There's a reason this bread pudding is so good; We've doubled the chocolate and topped it off with ganache.
Give quinoa a morning makeover with cinnamon-roasted squash, maple syrup, and a poached egg.
Balance the heat of sriracha with sweet honey and lime. The three combine for an irresistible sticky, sweet sauce.
We can't get enough summer tomatoes. They don't need much -- just salt and a few pickled red onions.
Like egg salad? Then you're gonna love this. We kept the favorite ingredients but swapped in a light vinaigrette for the mayo.
Creamy cheeses like Brie and blue, plus fresh grapes and peppery arugula, combine for the classiest take on pizza we've ever seen.
Southwest is best. Your favorite taco toppings are breakfast-ready.
Fact: No one likes a soggy salad. Keep things fresh by adding the dressing just before serving.
The star of this sandwich? A creamy mix of fresh herbs and veggies. We used spinach, tomatoes, and artichoke hearts.
We're all about that butter. The keys to this rich bread pudding? Use bread that is at least 24 hours old, butter each slice, and top it all off with a whiskey butter sauce.
You don't need a fork for this take on chicken and waffles. Chicken sausages stand in for fried chicken, and maple mustard adds sweet-and-savory flavor.
Here's a tart, citrusy punch recipe to get your morning party started.
This bright salad is all about multitasking. While the rice cooks, grill the corn and slice the avocado. For an extra boost of veggies, serve the salad over spinach or arugula.
The trick here is to top this chili with our icy red wine granita just before serving.
A curry powder mayo keeps these sandwiches from being too sweet.
Perfect for brunching, this breakfast sandwich stacks up our favorite fresh salad ingredients like avocado, fennel, and grapefruit.
You won't find this sandwich on a drive-through menu. This grab-and-go meal features mango, lime, and coconut.
Mashed potatoes give this chowder texture without adding cream. For the smokiest flavor, char the peppers until the skins are completely blackened.
A little lemon curd goes a long way in brightening up this bacon and blueberry sandwich.
Skip the sugar! We're using juicy red grapes to sweeten up our slow cooker pulled pork.