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A red and white mug filled with Microwave Eggs, next to a matching plate with a slice of buttered toast.
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Scrambled Eggs in a Mug

If you’re just making eggs for one or two people, skillets are overrated—scrambled eggs in a mug are the best way to enjoy breakfast. Cut down on the dishes you have to clean, and make scrambled eggs in a microwave with this super easy recipe.

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A white plate with a serving of Chorizo Scrambled egg casserole, topped with cheese and chopped green onions.
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Spicy Chorizo Breakfast Scramble

Scrambled eggs and breakfast sausage can get a little boring from time to time. But, we have a great way to spice up breakfast, literally. Chorizo is a spicy sausage used a lot in Mexican dishes. Because of the spices, it has a red tint to it while cooking.

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Sausage Breakfast Pizza

Meet your new favorite breakfast food: this sausage breakfast pizza, submitted by Allison C., has won over our hearts and our mornings. A crescent roll crust means this pizza is delicious and easy to make; plus, it’s also the perfect dish for the nights when we want breakfast for dinner! Recipe Submitted by Allison C. of Burke, NY.

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Close-up of a glass filled with a strawberry shake, two straws, and a fresh strawberry garnish.
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Strawberry Shake

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A white bowl filled with Cinnamon Steel-Cut Oatmeal with apple chunks, next to a glass of milk and two red apples.
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Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut Oats

Apple steel cut oatmeal is a great convenient way to start your day and stay full for hours!

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A rolled cooked omelette on a green plate with a fork.
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Valentine’s Day Breakfast in the Rollie

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A small glass jar of yogurt with honey and a wooden honey server on top.
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Honey Yogurt

Make your own honey yogurt using a multi cooker and just three simple ingredients. While making your own yogurt might sound a little intimidating, have no fear! With the right multi cooker, it's a hands-off process that involves about three steps: pouring milk into a cooking pot, pressing some buttons, and mixing a little bit of yogurt with live cultures into the cooking pot. Honey yogurt is a wonderful light breakfast on its own, or you can pair with toast or eggs. We love mixing in seasonal fruit like strawberries in July or raisins in November; you can even sprinkle a little brown sugar on top for a sweet treat!

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