What are your favorite breakfast recipes?

Sunday morning breakfast.  For me, it conjures images of fluffy pancakes, crispy bacon, and warm, soft cinnamon rolls.  I love sitting around the table on a weekend morning with my family, all of us in our pyjamas, enjoying a tasty breakfast together.  What are your favorite breakfast meals that you share with your family?Amazing Cinnamon Rolls

Last night, I made these amazing cinnamon rolls.  This recipe is blatantly (and respectfully) plagiarized from The Pioneer Woman.  I read so many rave reviews that I simply had to try them for myself.  I was not disappointed!  These little gems epitomize everything that is good about breakfast breads.  They were so tender that they literally melted on my tongue and the maple glaze was the perfect topping.

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http://cookincanuck.blogspot.com/2009/05/amazing-cinnamon-rolls.html Easiest Meal Ever

Or how about a quick, easy frittata.  Truly, this is the easiest meal ever. It will take you about 15 minutes from start to finish.

So, what's a frittata? It's the Italian version of an omelet, but it is served open-faced. The base is eggs, but you can add whatever you like - meats, chicken, veggies, cheese.Yes, we all love a quick, easy meal on a weeknight.  But really, there are only so many times you can pop open a can of Campbell's Chunky before your family threatens mutiny. Even though you're just whipping up an egg dish, you can tell them that they are eating an Italian specialty. Start quoting the Godfather and you'll have them convinced. However, I suggest that you avoid discussions about horse heads at the dinner table.  Read the rest of the post here:http://cookincanuck.blogspot.com/2009/04/frittata-easiest-meal-ever.html Tell us about your tried and true weekend morning recipes. 


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