Bacon and Egg Baguette

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Warm baguette with a little gooey egg treasure inside, topped with crunchy bits of bacon? We're so in. This recipe gives you fairly runny eggs-if you want something a little more solid, be sure to use an oven safe pan and pop the whole thing into the oven for a few minutes to set it up a little more.

Runny eggs in warm, crisped baguette!

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Korean style Rolled Omelet

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Author: Karen Humphrey

This way of cooking an omelete is completely genius. Rolled and sliced, they can be eaten with your fingers, which makes them a fantastic healthy snack option for kids. Switch up the vegetables to something your family enjoys, and serve with a little dip on the side if you wish.

The trick with making this dish is a low temperature and patience. You want to cook the egg slowly and gently over low heat. It's a little bit technical to learn how to cook, but you can do it!

Turn your omelet into a finger food snack

Sweet Potato Pancakes

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Author: Karen Humphrey

With only two ingredients, these pancakes are grain free, as well as free of refined sugars. Sweet potatoes are high in vitamin A and are low on the glycemic scale, so you can eat these without a lot of guilt. Top with a little yogurt and a drizzle of maple syrup if you wish-they are a tasty way to begin your day!
 

2 ingredients and you're off to the races

Berry Ripple Mousse

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This mousse is has a thicker, almost pudding like consistency that is really refreshing on a hot day. While I've used blueberries here, you can try blackberries, strawberries, or raspberries even. While it seems like there are a lot of steps, parts can be made ahead and stashed in the fridge (such as the pastry cream and the berry puree). It's a great way to use up extra berries! You can adjust the amount of sugar in the berry mixture depending on the sweetness of your berries.
 

Light and refreshing summer in a glass

Grilled Cheese Sandwich with Roasted Red Peppers, Spinach and Egg

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Sometimes you just want dinner on the table, and fast. You've worked all day, endured a long commute home, and the last thing you want to be doing is slaving over a hot stove. Something hot and filling will hit the spot, and eggs are right there for you. Why not make your grilled cheese a little more grown up and top it with some fresh veggies along with that egg? Kick it up even further by drizzling the works with a bit of hot sauce, or go on the sweet side with some Thai sweet chili sauce. Either way, this will be a sandwich that will be hard to resist.

Spice up your boring egg sandwich

Bruschetta Salad With Shaved Eggs

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One of the best things about summer is fat, red, juicy tomatoes tossed with tender basil and salty cheese. Why limit yourself to having bruschetta on bread? Throw it on your salad, and then lightly shave some hard boiled egg over top to add a little extra. You could even sprinkle some cooked and crumbled bacon for a bit of salty kick. This salad makes a great dinner on the deck with a glass of wine and some crusty bread or beside a steak right off the grill.
 

Summery tomatoes, crunchy romaine with shaved eggs

Cinnamon Raisin Waffle French Toast

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Author: Karen Humphrey

In a hurry and don't have time to cook up a bunch of French toast? Pull out your waffle iron! It's for far more than just waffles and allows you to churn out breakfast in no time. Or, make up a bunch of French toast, cool, and then pop them in the freezer so that you can just quickly re-heat them on a busy morning. Either way, they will be hot and ready by the time you get syrup on the table.

Don't skip the warming in the oven step-this helps the French toast cook right through in the center and not be soggy.

Make a batch without heating up the kitchen.

Lime and Coconut Parfaits

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When the summer heat hits, you want a dessert that doesn't require a lot of oven time and these parfaits are perfection! Store bought ladyfingers topped with tart curd, then finished off with a sweet and creamy coconut whipping cream hits all the right notes for a backyard cookout or picnic. Packing them in Mason jars make them portable, too! Add a little adult twist by brushing the cookies with tequila before topping with curd, and then just before serving give them a little hit of salt.
 

Portable and oh so good.

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