Breakfast Brunch Meats
That savory, sometimes salty breakfast meat gives the punch to brunch and the zing to breakfast. It also adds a solid burst of protein for the day -- a good thing -- so pick your favorite breakfast or brunch meats and pair them with fiber and fruits.See Popular Breakfast Brunch Meats Recipes
This breakfast or brunch pie brings together your favorite meat, cheese, and vegetables into one elegant dish. A versatile recipe that can fit into any life-style--the classic, low fat, or vegetarian.
The perfect Christmas breakfast and brunch recipes weigh heavily on my holiday shoulders. "They have to be something anyone can put together the night before," I tell myself. But what if you're heading off to midnight mass?
Add scrambled eggs to a ham and cheese sandwich. Serve it with fruit for a quick breakfast or brunch.
This marvelous Ham and Red-Eye Gravy recipe will work its Southern charm on anyone lucky enough to enjoy it for breakfast. The inclusion of coffee grounds as an ingredient in the recipe may sound a bit strange, but it adds spice to the ham in an unexpected and delightful way.
The "souffle" is spread in a shallow pan and baked, then topped with ham and cheese and rolled into a spiral. The result is an elegant brunch entree that you can make ahead.
Even on camp-outs, dress up ham and eggs with fresh tomato salsa with this appetizing open-face sandwich presentation.
Slices of soft avocado add loads of nutrients and the green color to this southern breakfast staple. Adults and kids in the family will love it.
Toss the dream cheese plate duo, cheddar and apples, into this comfort food bread and egg casserole. Prepare the night before a big brunch, then simply wake and bake.
Use prepared shredded hash brown potatoes to get a head start on this fast flavor-packed sausage dinner.
This cheesy ham bake would be even faster if you used a pre-made pie shell.
I adore bacon. It can go from breakfast, to lunch, to dinner.
Instead of a boring ham sandwich, make these fast ham and fruit melts for lunch or dinner.
Beets give this New England-style hash a rich red color and its interesting name.