1. Fruit Ring Pancakes
It doesn’t get any easier than this! And because the fruit is naturally sweetened, you could get away with serving these without any syrup at all. Perhaps use a whole grain batter to keep it on the healthier side, too. I would add a little cinnamon to the batter for the apple rings (it would almost be like apple pie!). I think the kids will especially enjoy this easy recipe.
Go check out the full instructions for these creative pancakes over at Betty Crocker.
2. PB & Banana Quesadillas
Quesadillas for breakfast! That’s what I’m talking about. Gooey bananas and peanut butter with a crispy outer shell is almost guaranteed to be heavenly.
Go check out the instructions for these over at Budget Bytes— if you like step-by-step photo instructions like me, you will love this site! She even breaks down the cost per serving for all of her recipes.
3. Quiche Toast Cups
These little breakfast cups are perfect for serving a crowd. They also don’t require any silverware (less clean up!). You could also omit or add different ingredients to each cup for a nice variety. I love how the flattened toast in the muffin tins turned out to look like little flowers.
Hop on over to to Recipe Tin Eats for the recipe and instructions. She has a ton of other cool recipes like this, too!
4. Baked Egg Boats
Sourdough filled with eggs and cheese? Yes, please! Although these tasty egg boats look super fancy, the prep time is only about 5 minutes. I love how you could just cut them in half and eat it like a sandwich. You could mix in all of your favorite ingredients into the egg mixture, too, but I especially love the sausage recipe these were made with!
Go check out the recipe and instructions for these over at Dinner or Dessert.
5. Ham & Egg Cups
This makes eating eggs and ham so much more fun and exciting! You can easily serve these up for a crowd with any of the side items you would like (fruit, pancakes, has browns, etc.), or just eat them alone as a unique low carb alternative to an otherwise boring breakfast.
Go check out the recipe and instructions for these over at Menu Musings. All of her recipes include a ton of step-by-step photos (making it easy for the cooking challenged like myself).
6. Scrambled Egg Braid
This has got to be one of the coolest ways to serve scrambled eggs! The presentation is so pretty, and how can you go wrong with puff pastry? Delicious! If you’re looking for a fun and easy weekend breakfast, this one is sure to please.
Hop on over to jo cooks for the recipe and instructions. I’m in love with her blog! She has so many creative recipes just like this.
7. Cinnamon Roll Pancakes
The marriage of a cinnamon roll and pancake– you know you want to make these! The cinnamon filling is a yummy mixture of butter, brown sugar, and cinnamon that is carefully squeezed onto a pancake, and then topped with a CREAM CHEESE GLAZE! Breakfast has never been better. Go check out the recipe and instructions for these amazing pancakes over at Life In The Lofthouse.
8. Breakfast Pizza
Because everyone loves pizza, why not make it for breakfast!? Just replace the flour crust with hash browns, and then top it with your favorite breakfast ingredients (eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, peppers, cheese, etc.). This one is definitely a splurge, but worth every savory bite. Check out the recipe and instructions for this clever breakfast pizza over at The Gunny Sack!