This quick and easy sausage and butternut squash frittata is a perfect paleo breakfast, lunch or dinner. It's gluten-free, dairy-free and paleo. ~ http://cookeatpaleo.com

Sausage and Butternut Squash Frittata

This quick and easy sausage and butternut squash frittata is a perfect paleo breakfast, lunch or dinner. It's gluten-free, dairy-free and paleo. ~ http://cookeatpaleo.com

A paleo, whole30, and vegetarian breakfast - this caramelized onion butternut squash quiche is packed with flavor, easy to prepare, and perfect to reheat for busy mornings!

Caramelized Onion Butternut Squash Crustless Quiche

A paleo, whole30, and vegetarian breakfast - this caramelized onion butternut squash quiche is packed with flavor, easy to prepare, and perfect to reheat for busy mornings!

Buttery Breakfast Casserole

The word “buttery” in the title refers to croissants, which make an especially rich foundation for this golden-topped baked breakfast classic Toasting the croissants before building the casserole adds caramelized notes that can stand up to the bits of bro

Ham Swiss Croissant Bake Recipe | This quick and easy breakfast casserole featuring croissants, ham and cheese, is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner!

Ham and Swiss Croissant Bake

Ham Swiss Croissant Bake Recipe | This quick and easy breakfast casserole featuring croissants, ham and cheese, is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner!

Sausage, Croissants, And Cheese Make This A Breakfast Casserole You Won’t Want To Miss!

Sausage, Croissants, And Cheese Make This A Breakfast Casserole You Won’t Want To Miss!

NYT Cooking: Decadence is what makes eggs Benedict a star of the brunch table. To get there, order and timing are key. First, you'll want to make your hollandaise. While intimidating in theory, the process is a lot like making mayonnaise. If the emulsion is stable, it won't break, even when held at room temperature. Next, poach your eggs, and toast the English muffins while you c...

Eggs Benedict

NYT Cooking: Decadence is what makes eggs Benedict a star of the brunch table. To get there, order and timing are key. First, you'll want to make your hollandaise. While intimidating in theory, the process is a lot like making mayonnaise. If the emulsion is stable, it won't break, even when held at room temperature. Next, poach your eggs, and toast the English muffins while you c...

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