Breakfast

Kale and Potato Hash

This simple, filling one-skillet dish is as great a choice for winter weekend breakfasts as it is for quick weeknight suppers. Use pork or chicken sausage crumbles, chopped bacon or leftover pulled chicken or pork instead of vegetarian sausage if you prefer, and top with a fried egg for a super-hearty dish.

Vegan Coconut Bacon

We assure you, vegans and non-vegans alike will gobble these “bacon” bits right up! Perfect for topping a salad or even a pasta dish. 

Chocolate Cinnamon Pancakes

Top the pancakes with sliced bananas, drizzle with honey and serve with melon slices and a strawberry yogurt parfait or smoothie for a special-occasion breakfast.

Cranberry Scone

Delicious use for fresh cranberries! Spread with maple butter, leftover cranberry sauce, or straight from the oven. You can also try making an orange glaze for zesty flavor. 

Jalapeño Sweet Corn Muffins

The light sweetness in this recipe helps complement and offset the heat from the pepper. For added savory flavor, add shredded cheddar. Try using local cornmeal from Butterworks Farm! 

Grilled Pluots

Pair these grilled pluots with your favorite yogurt for a healthy breakfast or dice them into a fresh summer salsa.

Fresh Corn Quiche

This light and creamy quiche is a nice departure from the traditional quiche with cheese. 

Asparagus and Shiitake Frittata

This is a perfect brunch (or breakfast for dinner!) recipe, celebrating one of our favorite spring vegetables: asparagus.

Eggs in a Basket

Experiment with your favorite flavor combinations in this versatile brunch dish. Try diced jalapeño peppers with Mexican cheeses and picante sauce; minced prosciutto and Gruyere cheese; or tomatoes and fresh herbs. The baskets can be cooked for a shorter or longer time depending on whether you prefer a runny or set yolk.

Morning Apple Crumble

The lack of sugar in this recipe makes this a great breakfast dish. Try both warm and cold, served with a dollop of yogurt.  You can also substitute dried cranberries or cherries for the raisins.

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