March 8, 2014 at 10:01 AM ET
Whether you're hosting a brunch crowd or just feeding yourself in the a.m., breakfast has never been so easy. Set the slow-cooker overnight, and when you wake up, guess what? The work is done for you.
Sticky-sweet caramel rolls that are absolutely perfect with your morning coffee—and that you can throw together in 5 minutes flat? Yes, please.
Luscious layers of hash browns, bacon, cheese and gently cooked eggs make this casserole into a mash-up of a crust-less quiche and your favorite diner breakfast.
The best-ever crêpe fillings (Nutella and bananas, duh) get spooned over this decadent bread-pudding-like breakfast.
One of our favorite instant breakfasts—Greek yogurt—gives the eggs in this casserole a sublimely custardy texture.
Apple pie for breakfast? Kind of, but this oatmeal is much healthier, and way lower-maintenance.
Oatmeal gets a tropical makeover with rich, full-fat (and, of course, dairy-free) coconut milk.
This date-sweetened porridge topped with pumpkin seeds is so protein-and-fiber packed, it’s the breakfast of champions—make that superheroes.
All you need are a few pantry ingredients to pull off this homemade pumpkin butter; it’s perfect for swirling into yogurt or spreading on toast.
Coffee and cocoa give these sweet, puffy rolls their signature color. They’re excellent with your favorite butter or homemade jam.
Who needs a yogurt-maker when you’ve got a slow-cooker? This recipe is so easy, even a preschooler can make it.