Food & Party Breakfast

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    Mornings can be a challenge, especially when school is in session. You have kids that need to get out of bed, get dressed, and most importantly eat breakfast. At least that's how it all plays out in my house. Until I started making these magnificent muffins! A bright lemon flavor and juicy blueberries make these hearty muffins the perfect thing for a great on-the-go breakfast. Make a bunch and freeze for future eats. Here's how you make them.

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    Breakfast, it's what’s for dinner. What? Did I confuse you there? All I'm saying is that when you're at a loss for what to make for supper, look no further than a few of your breakfast favorites. They are usually packed with protein and the options are endless! This recipe for Easy Mexican Breakfast Frittatas combines a hint of spice and a whole lot of flavor. Plus, it saves well for leftovers. I'm in!

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    Here's a puzzle we face every morning. You want your kids to have a healthy, home-cooked breakfast to start the school day, and you'd also love for them to be able to serve it up themselves. But a) you don't have time to whip up a hot breakfast before work and school, and b) the best your kids can do on their own is pour a bowl of cereal or make a piece of toast or a frozen waffle.

    Save yourself some early-morning stress (and guilt) without resorting to the usual milk and cereal. Try one of these overnight slow cooker breakfast recipes

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    I have a confession; the only thing I have ever made in my waffle iron is, well, waffles. But after this fun little experiment, I realized that my trusty kitchen appliance, which had been relegated to creating just your basic waffles, is capable of other breakfast staples. Yes, you can also make fantastic-looking hash browns in your waffle iron too!

    The best part is that you can make waffle iron hash browns in just three simple steps ...

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    Father's Day is Dad's big day when he shouldn't be the one at the grill. Instead, treat him all day long to his favorite foods ... starting with breakfast.

    A breakfast isn't a breakfast without some bacon (at least meat lovers will agree with me on that). But let's take this Dad's Day meal up a notch and make candied bacon, crush it up, and put it in pancakes. Then add some chocolate chips on top. It's a Father's Day breakfast the whole family will love  -- and it's called 'Mancakes'!

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    Doesn't this look cool? It's an egg that was scrambled in its shell before boiling, and now it's a lovely golden color through and through. Amazing, isn't it? It's especially nice if you, or your child, doesn't like eating the yolk on its own. Supposedly all you have to do is rapidly spin an egg a bazillion times in a sleeve or tights, and the force will cause the egg to scramble. Here's how it works in 5 steps.

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    Who loves moms? Restaurants do! Every Mother's Day several restaurant chains offer some super-sweet deals in honor of mamas everywhere -- and to entice families to spend a bit of the holiday with them. You can get two-for deals and gift certificates and even a free cake. We rounded up some of the most popular restaurants offering deals including ... am I reading this right? Holy mammaries, you'll never guess who's on this list!

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    Is there anything better than breakfast? Eggs, bacon, cheese, potatoes, and toast -- mmm, some of life's most delicious food offerings! But who has time to whip up a Ron Swanson-style breakfast every day of the week? With you and the kids scrambling around just trying to make it outside with both shoes on, you're lucky if you get to eat one of the mangled half-frozen waffles left on the counter before you hit the ground running.

    That's where this redonkulously tasty breakfast casserole comes into play. It requires basically zero work. Even if the only "free time" you have is the 20 minutes between your kids falling asleep and you passing out where you stand, you can get this done. 

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    Ladies, it's almost Mother's Day. Do you know what your guys are making you for breakfast? Now we know you don't like asking, and it's so much sweeter when our guys just think of these things all on their own. But it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world if, say, they turned on the computer and happened to see this handy list of romantic Mother's Day breakfast ideas, most of which are easy enough for even a beginner cook handle -- hello, I'm talking to YOU, man who just "stumbled" onto this post!

    No pressure, but these 10 breakfast ideas would rock your lady's world first thing in the morning. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is get up before she does (bwa hahaha, no really), tip-toe into the kitchen, prepare said breakfast, and present it to her on a tray while she's still in bed. Try and round up the kids while you're at it. Ready? Okay!

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    Here's the thing about publishing heavenly Mother's Day brunch ideas on a blog read by moms: Someone else should be reading those posts so they can make you breakfast. What are you supposed to do -- email a link to the post to your husband and kids? Well, yeah, probably, but that's kind of a bummer. And anyway, maybe your people aren't so adept at cooking and barely know how to boil an egg, let along whip up eggs Benedict.

    So let's reel back the day's ambitions ... way, way back. Here are some breakfast ideas for people who barely have a grasp on how the toaster works. People who maybe know where you keep the milk. People who are capable of opening a package. Let's start there, with 8 realistic Mother's Day breakfast ideas your kids can actually serve you in bed.

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