Who said it's a difficult breakfast? These quick and convenient breakfast recipes are very simple to prepare with only five ingredients.
Ham and Swiss Omelet
This easy omelet will be a snap to fix for breakfast or dinner. —Agnes Ward, Stratford, Ontario.
Sausage & Crescent Roll Casserole
For the baby shower, I made this delicious casserole breakfast with crescent rolls. It has spared me; it has given me more time to prepare for the festival. —Craft Melody, Conroe, Texas.
Sweet Potato & Andouille Hash
I have been hunting for healthy dishes such as these spicy sweet potatoes while my husband has trained in the Senior Olympics. Smell some together and serve. — Albuquerque, New Mexico, Marla Clark.
Peanut Butter Oatmeal
My son and I have breakfast every day with this peanut butter oatmeal recipe. It's a safe and cordial way to start the morning. Elisabeth Reitenbach (Connecticut), Terryville
Rise and Shine Parfait
Begin with a smile for your day. It is so simple to make this perfect fruit, yogurt and granola. Using your favorite fresh fruit in season and look at the store best if you wish. —Diana Laskaris, Illinois, Chicago.
Stuffed Ham & Egg Bread
My son, Gus, is a ham-and-egg lover of all foods, so I've been thinking of making this comfortable stuffed bread. I added tomatoes to the recipe later, and it's still a huge thumbs-up. —Dallas, Karen Kuebler, TX
Italian Cloud Eggs
On whiting nests of the seasoned Italian whites, drop yolks, and bake them in a cast-iron pot. Dreamy! Dreamy! Dreamy! —Wisconsin, Franklin, Matthew Hass
Breakfast Sweet Potatoes
Easy baked potatoes are no longer exclusively for dinner. Top them for your morning of your favorite meal. — Home Test Kitchen Taste, Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
Fruity Waffle Parfaits
When I was pregnant, this recipe fulfilled all my cravings. I knew I got enough of nutrients and it tasted amazing with every serving. Wylie's Penelope, California, San Francisco.
Lunch or evening breakfast? If the recipe is so simple, why not! With some crumple, juicy sweet apples, I want to eat it. Sometimes I fill the with and crunch with raisins and nuts. —Bellingham, Michele McHenry, Washington