Mix up mealtime and serve breakfast at night1. Breakfast Tortilla Stack
Swap your traditional burrito for a breakfast-inspired one. Add eggs to whole-wheat tortillas and sprinkle with your favorite Mexican toppings, such as salsa, cheese, and fat-free refried beans for a healthy meal.
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2. Baked Eggs and Polenta with Chunky Vegetable Sauce
For a gluten-free take on the breakfast taco, try our hearty polenta recipe with baked eggs. Serve it as a side dish or make a larger portion and enjoy a high-protein dinner.Sweet Recipes Turned Savory
3. Southwestern Rice and Corn Frittata
Made with eggs, brown rice, and corn, this recipe is sure to fill you up (at less than 250 calories per serving!). Garnish with salsa and sour cream for a cheesey, satisfying meal.
Put an Italian spin on pancakes! Made with ricotta cheese and a tomato-chard sauce, these pancakes are the perfect way to serve breakfast for dinner without being too sweet.
Tired of Tuesday taco night? Mix up your Mexican dinner with chorizo sausage, eggs, and frozen hash browns. This easy recipe only calls for three steps, making it the perfect dish for busy cooks.
Get the Mexican Frittata recipe.6. Crustless Tomato-Ricotta Pie
This crustless pie blends two of your favorite brunch recipes - frittata and quiche - into something new and tasty. Vegetarians and meat-lovers will gobble it up.
Get the Crustless Tomato-Ricotta Pie recipe.7. Overnight Savory French Toast
Stop stressing about making dinner after a long day. Soak bread in eggs and Gruyere overnight and pop into the oven when you're ready to serve a savory version of this traditional breakfast staple.
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Related: Easy Slow Cooker Meals8. Potato Parmesan Pancakes
This quick and easy recipe starts with prepackaged mashed potato mix. It calls for Parmesan, but experiment with your favorite cheese to make a unique dinner pancake.
Get the Potato Parmesan Pancake recipe.9. Green Onion Pancakes
Pancakes flavored with savory green onions will have your family begging for more. Bonus: You won't have to worry about which fruits are in season.
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What's your favorite breakfast-for-dinner recipe? Let me know in the comments!
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