Whether crispy strips of classic bacon, or slices of Canadian bacon, this cured meat is a breakfast and brunch classic. These recipes show creative ways to use bacon, America's favorite breakfast or brunch meat.
Forget the fast-food version, try these tasty breakfast burritos at home. Filled with egg, crisp bacon, onion, and cheese, this recipe can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
Mini quiches are perfect for brunch, or to feed hungry family members during a busy holiday weekend.
Slim down classic Eggs Benedict by swapping a heart-healthy Greek yogurt and avocado sauce for the buttery hollandaise. A breakfast this quick and delicious makes it easy (fine, easier!) to wake up in the morning.
With flavors of French toast, this berries and bacon quiche recipe has a cinnamon bread crumb crust. Ease preparation by baking the crust the day before and storing at room temperature.
If you're tired of spaghetti cooked the traditional way, try this skillet version recipe that combines an egg mixture with bacon, baby spinach, pasta, and topped with shredded Asiago cheese.
Maximize the mushroom flavor in this quiche by using shiitake, cremini or oyster mushrooms.
Rosti, a savory pancake made from shredded potatoes, goes skinny with the addition of extra vegetables and reduced-fat cheese.
Bacon and eggs get the royal treatment in this quick Eggs Benedict-like brunch recipe. You'll use the mock Hollandaise sauce again and again!
Strata is the perfect breakfast for a Sunday morning or when you have overnight guests. Make this early in the morning or the day beforeand for a fun variation, try using sausage or pork and mushrooms instead.
A popular breakfast entree, your family will fall in love with this pizza recipe topped with bacon, eggs, ham, and cheese. If you like, try one of the snappy variations like shrimp or mushroom and artichoke.
Garlic and hot pepper sauce add heat to the deviled eggs that top off this simple salad loaded with vegetables.
Cut the carbs but keep all of the flavor! This bacon and goat cheese quiche allow you to do just that, whether you choose to serve it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.