Berry SmoothieBy Ginny's TeamStrawberry Banana SmoothieBy Ginny's TeamMicrowave OmeletBy Ginny's TeamSliced Egg SandwichBy Ginny's TeamA quick twist on a typical breakfast sandwich. The ingredients are easy to prep ahead of time and refrigerate! Just heat one serving at a time, assemble, and enjoy!Sunflower Garden OmeletBy Ginny's TeamApple MuffinsBy Ginny's TeamFruit SmoothieBy Ginny's TeamThis refreshing smoothie is packed full of vitamins and minerals! Try it for breakfast sometime, for a quick and healthy meal on the go.Scrambled Eggs in a MugBy Ginny's TeamIf 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.Apple Cinnamon Steel Cut OatsBy Ginny's TeamApple cinnamon steel cut oats are the perfect Christmas morning breakfast. After all, nobody wants to worry about frying, baking, or cooking on Christmas morning! Just add all the ingredients in the slow cooker on Christmas Eve and wake up the next day to a delicious breakfast with rich apple, raisin, and cinnamon flavors. Another bonus? Steel cut oats make you feel full for a longer amount of time, which makes these apple cinnamon steel cut oats a filling and flavorful breakfast.Strawberry ShakeBy Ginny's TeamSubmitted by Dorothy V. of Young Harris, GA Winner of the "Make it with Yogurt" Contest - November 2005Valentine’s Day Breakfast in the RollieBy Ginny's TeamThe Rollie Vertical Grill is a great idea. Crack an egg into the aluminum nonstick chamber and as the egg cooks, it will pop up out of the top. The nice red color is perfect for Valentine's Day, so we thought "Why not?" Now, we will be the first to admit that we are little unsure of the whole thing at first so we ordered one for the Ginny's House and just had to try it out. What a pleasant surprise! Many of us thought that since the egg comes out in a tube shape, that the texture would be off or it would taste different. But really, it was awesome and we really enjoyed it! We cut up green onions, green peppers, red peppers and had crumbled breakfast sausage, bacon, and cheese to add to these omelets in a tube as it cooked. We all took turns making our breakfast in the Rollie, each with a little different mix of ingredients. It's also nice because you can have a perfectly cooked omelet without flipping or the mess. The Rollie would be great for making breakfast burritos, too. Just add the tortilla! Clean up was unbelievably easy with the cleaning brush that came in the box and it's easy to store since it's not much bigger than a coffee mug. The manual is full of other great recipes and it'd be fun to make up your own too! We can't wait to try to make a chocolate chip cookie in the Rollie Vertical Grill. What would you like to try?Honey YogurtBy Ginny's TeamMake 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!