By Eshun MottNov 19, 2013
Toast, cereal, yogurt...breakfast can get a little routine and boring. Here are some new recipes that will go perfectly with your coffee (and your kids will love them, too!).Photo: iStockphoto
Coffee shop scones will do in a pinch, but homemade ones are worth the indulgence- and they'll save you some money. This delicious savory version can be enjoyed at any time of the day (try them with soup!).
Get the recipe: Cheddar and Bacon Scones
A bit of heat, olive oil and spice is all it takes to transform humble potatoes and peppers into a really satisfying morning meal. So serve up some delicious veggies for breakfast for a change; they'd be excellent alongside bacon and eggs.
Get the recipe: Potato and Pepper Hash
Lightly sweet and smooth, old fashion custard is a great way to get protein into your kids in the morning. Make it in shallow canning jars and you can even top with a lid and pack it with a spoon for breakfast on the go.
Get the recipe: Baked Maple Custard
A loaf is really muffins in the guise of a cake. This one is a moist cornbread studded with pieces of juicy pear. Serve it with some Greek yogurt and fresh fruit for a perfect beginning to the day.
Get the recipe: Pear and Cornmeal Loaf
Even kids can put together this easy and delicious treat!
Get the recipe: Decadent Berries and Cream Croissant-wich
Try this quick and easy breakfast recipe that the whole family can enjoy.
Get the recipe: Over-Easy Egg Burrito
Mouth-watering peaches are only in-season for a short time, so we often find ourselves buying more baskets than we can eat. These muffins are a nutritious and delicious way to use up any leftover peaches. Enjoy!
Get the recipe: Peaches and Honey Muffins
9 portable picnic recipes> Here’s what we’re packing in our picnics this summer.Photo: Maya Visnyei