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Top 10 Breakfast Recipes of 2019!

The saying goes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but I'll eat breakfast food any time of day!  Today I'm sharing with you the top 10 breakfast recipes from 2019. 

Copycat Dunkin Donuts Power Breakfast Sandwich
When Dunkin Donuts came out with their new Power Breakfast Sandwich I immediately thought, "I can make that at home," so I did!  

PB&J Overnight Oats
My obsession with overnight oats continued into 2019.  So easy to just grab one out of the fridge!
 

Honey Vanilla Pancakes
Pancakes are another great make ahead breakfast.  Make a double batch and freeze them, and just pop them into the toaster as needed. 


Cheesy Scrambled Egg Stuffed Popovers
Take scrambled eggs to the next level by serving them inside delicious popovers!
  Cheesy eggs in popovers on a blue and white plate

 Streusel Coffee Cake
I found this treasure in my Gram's recipe box and put a little spin on it.
 

Old Fashioned Doughnuts
I don't fry often, but these were so worth it!
Chocolate frosted doughnuts with sprinkles 

 Brown Sugar Bacon Palmiers
We're pretty solidly in the "bacon makes everything better" camp, so why not put it in palmiers? 
pastry on white plate with cup of coffee 

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Muffins
Great for breakfast, after school snacks, whenever!
 

Cranberry Apple Quick Bread with Coffee Glaze
You'll want to put coffee glaze on all your baked goods once you try it!
 

Irish Oatmeal Brulee
Still in love with my kitchen torch, and this also makes a great dessert.


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  1. What a variety of breakfast foods! And soo sooo many that I want to make asap. I'm so partial to oatmeals, especially overnight oats, but I love coffee cake and savory breakfasts and muffins too!

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