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Breakfast for Dinner? Recipes for Snowy Nights

posted: 02/24/17
by: Katie Morton
Pancakes with berries and maple syrup
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According to the groundhog's prediction, most of us still have a few weeks of winter left. When the temperatures dip into the teens and snowflakes fall, few things are more comforting than a warm, rich meal. We've got you covered with eight delicious breakfast-for-dinner recipes. All of these savory meals pair well with flannel PJs, steaming mugs of cocoa, and a crackling fire.

Bacon Egg and Cheese
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1. Bacon, Egg and Maple Grilled Cheese

Smokey bacon, hearty eggs, and a thick brioche add up to your new favorite breakfast dish. The mix of salty and sweet will satisfy your cold-weather craving for comfort food. Best of all, even the most elementary cook can throw together this easy meal in mere minutes.

Breakfast Pizza
Food Network

2. Breakfast Pizza

The Pioneer Woman has mastered tasty dishes to satisfy her family and crew during those cold days on their cattle ranch. Here she combines jalape?os and Mexican-inspired spices for a frosty-weather adaptation of traditional pizza. Hash browns add a satisfying crunch and kid-friendly flavor.

Chocolate Banana Pancakes
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3. Chocolate Banana Pancake Breakfast Casserole

Who doesn't love pancakes? The answer: nobody. Sure you can whip up a batch of boring old pancakes for dinner, but why not elevate your basic dish to something wonderful? Bananas and chocolate are your go-to source for that something wonderful.

French Toast
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4. French Toast Croque Madame Casserole

Ham and melted gruyere complement each other in this classically elegant combo recipe. French toast and pure maple syrup add the perfect amount of sweetness. And poached eggs help meld it all together, adding a protein punch.

Toasts
The Pioneer Woman

Say you forgot to hit the store before the snow started falling? We've all been there. Delicious toast can be the perfect breakfast-for-dinner meal. You can whip up a hearty dinner using any kind of toast and any number of ingredients in your pantry: strawberries and ricotta, avocado and rye, or dijon and scrambled eggs. Use whatever you have on hand to make an impromptu meal perfect for frosty nights.

When the world outside glitters with ice and snow, there's nothing quiet like a cozy meal. Our mouth-watering, breakfast-for-dinner ideas are the epitome of indulgent, savory comfort food. Stay warm, and happy cooking!