Tuesday, February 8, 2011
While the Green Bay Packers are still busy celebrating their turn as champions of the Super Bowl, it's time for the rest of us to get back to business. To attack the day with energy & enthusiasm, it's important to eat a Breakfast of Champions or at least have a couple great cups of coffee.
A homemade breakfast is so much tastier than a dine & dash doughnut or energy bar. Best of all, you can make a delicious breakfast in a matter of minutes if you use the simple recipes below or the FoodPair Search Engine to find your favorite morning dishes.
Seriously, there are so many great and nutritious breakfast foods: eggs are packed with protein and vitamins; cheese has Vitamin A, Calcium and protein; waffles & pancakes will give you the carb boost you need to stroll into the office with some pep in your step; smoothies are a great liquid option if you need to sprint out the door!
To find you a collection of breakfast dishes that are simple to prepare, we fired up the FoodPair search engine and took aim at the best breakfast and brunch ideas from across the Web.
Pineapple Breakfast Sandwich
This breakfast sandwich is light, bright and easy to prepare.
Ingredients in this recipe: ricotta cheese, strawberry, pineapple, walnuts, bread
Chorizo Scrambled Eggs
Whip up some tasty breakfast tacos and bolt out the door!
Ingredients in this recipe: cilantro, egg, chorizo, vegetable oil, corn tortillas
As You Like It Breakfast Casserole
Customize this egg-based casserole with your favorite veggies.
Ingredients in this recipe: egg, Cheddar cheese, bread, salt, black pepper, milk
Oatmeal Apple Pancakes
Only 5 ingredients in these tasty & nutritious pancakes.
Ingredients in this recipe: egg, butter, oats, maple syrup, apple sauce
Classic French Toast
Topped with syrup, French Toasts hits all the right breakfast notes!
Ingredients in this recipe: egg, butter, maple syrup, bread, milk, cinnamon powder
Go Get 'Em Smoothie
If you only have enough time to hit Blend, here's a supercharged liquid breakfast.
Ingredients in this recipe: chocolate, honey, banana, milk, espresso powder
Let's get cooking!
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Posted by FoodPair at 12:05 PM