Breakfast Toast

There is so much more you can put on your morning toast than just butter. Make it a whole meal by adding a fried egg, sautéed vegetables or a slice of melty cheese. Food & Wine's Kay Chun like to fry eggs in olive oil with flavorful cumin seeds and fiery crushed red pepper before putting them on top of a hearty piece of avocado toast. Food & Wine has plenty of creative ideas for you to try when you next have a craving for toast.

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Make-It-Your-Own (MIYO) Tofu Scramble

I used to be such an egghead and would eat scrambled eggs nearly every morning. When I went vegan, I wanted to make sure I could mimic my creamy and cheesy scrambles with more good-for-you ingredients—with no little chicks (or mamas) harmed in the making. Nutritional yeast adds a rich and nutty “cheesy” flavor, while the layering of herbs, spices, and add-ins really brings the scramble to life! And sometimes, when I’m looking to amplify the experience, I’ll add a pinch or two of black salt (aka kala namak), which emulates the sulfuric taste in eggs.
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Chilaquiles with Tomatillo Salsa and Fried Eggs

Bringing a skillet of chilaquiles topped with all the fixings to the table is a very wise weekend brunch move. Start out by firing up your broiler: Lightly charring the tomatillos, garlic, jalapeños, and onion until lightly charred gives the green salsa terrific depth of flavor. If you don’t have time to fry the tortilla chips at home, just pick up a bag of your favorite store-bought brand.
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To Upgrade Your Pancakes, Turn on Your Oven

Homemade berry syrup, a buttermilk hack, and a toasty butter trick are just a few of the keys to flapjack fame.
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More Breakfast Toast

Egg in a Bagel Hole

Adding water to the skillet helps cook the eggs evenly without burning the bagel halves, resulting in a lightly toasted bagel wrapped around a perfectly runny yolk. Savory smoked salmon and creamy avocado complete this classic breakfast.
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Pear and Shallot Tarte Tatin with Whipped Goat Cheese

Serve this savory-sweet tart as a decadent brunch centerpiece, or cut it into slivers to add to a cheese board. While this recipe is designed for a flameware pan, it can be made in a metal skillet—just monitor the caramel closely.
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We Tried 95 Frozen Breakfast Products—Here Are the 6 Best

Out of the 95 varieties we tasted, these six picks ensure you’ll always rise and shine.