Sure, avocado toast topped with a fried egg is an easy, delicious breakfast. And weekends were just made for pancakes and waffles. But have you ever thought about those vintage breakfast recipes you used to eat when you were growing up?
The good news is, you don’t have to break out the vintage cookbooks to have a delicious, old-school meal. These recipe ideas have new twists on classic breakfast favorites, so you can whip up a meal that’s both classic and fresh. Now that’s starting your day off on the right foot.
And for more, check out these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.
Ranch and Bacon Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are a classic Southern delicacy. But have you ever had them with ranch dressing and bacon? You’ll never go back to the standard recipe again.
Get our recipes for Deviled Eggs.
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If you’ve never made donuts at home before, this recipe is a new twist in and of itself. It’s easier to make this treat at home than you think!
Get our recipe for Old-Fashioned Donuts.
Biscuits with Homemade Buttermilk
If you grew up in a Southern household, biscuits and gravy might have been a breakfast staple. But when we’re pressed for time, it’s easy to fall into the trap of buying refrigerated biscuit dough. If you’re ready to get back into the homemade groove, try our easy biscuit recipe, along with our recipe for homemade buttermilk to really give it a kick.
Get our recipe for Biscuits.
Breakfast Hash with Sweet Potato and Chicken Sausage
Any breakfast hash is delicious, but not all of them are good for you. Skip the salty diner version and use our easy recipe, which calls for fresh ingredients like sweet potatoes and bell pepper.
Get our recipe for Breakfast Hash.
Shrimp and Grits
Shrimp and grits are a Southern brunch staple. Our recipe adds scallions and cayenne pepper to the mix for an extra kick.
Get our recipe for Shrimp and Grits.
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Stuffed French Toast
If you’ve only had stuffed French toast at chain restaurants, allow us to show you how great the dish can be. With ricotta cheese and chopped almonds, this dish is just as decadent as what you’d find at a restaurant, but it’s way better for you.
Get our recipe for Stuffed French Toast.
Banana bread is delicious, but it can be heavy and fat-laden, especially if it’s store-bought. Our recipe uses Greek yogurt for a loaf that’s fluffy and moist.
Get our recipe for Banana Bread.
Zucchini Bread with Chocolate Chips
Everything tastes better when chocolate chips are involved. That’s just a fact.
Get our recipe for Zucchini Bread.
Vegan Strawberry Rhubarb Pop-Tarts
Get the recipe from Minimalist Baker.
Maple Cinnamon Applesauce
Applesauce is the perfect side dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But if you don’t love the store-bought stuff, try this recipe, which incorporates maple syrup for even more flavor.
Get the recipe from Cookie and Kate.
Crispy Cornmeal Pancakes with Honey-Clementine Syrup
Cornmeal pancakes are a delicious breakfast for anyone who loves a side of cornbread with their dinner. But this recipe takes things to the next level with a homemade, citrus-flavored syrup.
Get the recipe from I Am a Food Blog.
Everything Bagel Pull-Apart Bread
Everything bagel seasoning is everywhere, and for good reason. If you’re bored with bagels, try using this seasoning on an Instagram-worthy bread loaf.
Get the recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction.
Asparagus and Goat Cheese Quiche
Quiche is a staple of brunch spreads. But adding goat cheese to the mix? Now that’s inspired.
Get the recipe from A Beautiful Plate.
Crispy Belgian Waffles with Eggnog Spiced Butter
If you’re someone who would happily drink eggnog year-round, you’ll love the homemade butter that’s a part of this waffle recipe. You’ll never want Eggos again.
Get the recipe from Half Baked Harvest.
If the sweet taste of marshmallow-filled ambrosia takes you back to childhood, you’ll be happy to know that you can recreate all of that fruity goodness with this smoothie recipe.
Get the recipe from The Seasoned Mom.