Breakfast Pizza

There’s simply no reason crispy, cheesy pizza can’t be enjoyed for breakfast, especially when it’s topped with bacon and eggs. A cast-iron skillet replaces the need for a pizza stone thanks to its ability to get hot fast (and stay hot) and ensures your dough bakes up into a bubbly brown crust. It also makes this a one-pan meal: you’ll cook the bacon, wilt the spinach, and cook the pizza all in the same skillet. Instead of cracking the eggs directly over the pizza and risking an unwanted eggshell, crack them into a small bowl first, then slide them on one-by-one.

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Spicy Parmesan Crackers

Fifteen minutes and five ingredients are all you need to create this addictive party appetizer, which will become your new go-to snack for entertaining. To ensure every corner of the crackers are covered, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and shake the crackers with the oil-spice mixture. Not only does this evenly distribute the flavor, but it keeps your hands entirely mess-free. While these crackers can stand on their own, they’d also be great thrown into a homemade party mix—think popcorn, bite-sized pretzels, some peanuts, etc. Or, serve them alongside a plate of cookies or chocolates to capitalize on the beloved sweet and salty combo.

Granola Bar Recipes to Fuel Busy Mornings

Though we’d love to spend every morning feasting on homemade pancakes and soft-scrambled eggs, the reality is that weekdays are usually just too hectic. And that often means resorting to processed store-bought breakfasts, from frozen French toast sticks to sugar-laden granola bars. The good news? There’s a delicious middle-ground that shouldn't be forgotten: homemade granola bars that will revolutionize your routine. All of these recipes can be whipped up over the weekend, then enjoyed en-route to school or the office. We recommend taking an extra minute to wrap them individually, which will make the grab-and-go process that much more seamless. The majority of the bars are no-bake as well, making them incredibly low-effort but deliciously rewarding. Because they’re homemade, these bars are packed with protein, calcium, antioxidants, and more. Whether you prefer soft-baked or crunchy, nut-filled or nut-free, we’ve got a bar that’s sure to satisfy.

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Cocoa Puffs Ice Cream Sandwiches

Fans of Rice Krispie treats will fall hard for this dessert, which tweaks the classic into a chocolate-and-coffee ice cream sammie. Cocoa Puffs take place of the crispy rice cereal, making these sandwiches a chocolate-lovers fantasy. And it doesn’t stop there. Layered between the chewy treats is a generous helping of Nutella and a cool and creamy dose of creamy coffee ice cream. Assembling the sandwiches in the pan before they're chilled means they’re ready-to-eat as soon as they’re frozen. Simply slice and serve—with plenty of napkins! Not a fan of Cocoa Puffs? Feel free to swap ‘em out with the cereal of your choosing.

Soft-Baked Froot Loops Sugar Cookies

Though everyone has their own cookie preferences (Thin and crispy! Chewy through and through!), a soft-baked cookie is always hard to pass up. With a barely-done texture and super-soft center, these treats will have you returning for seconds before you’ve finished your first. Their puffy centers beg for a mix-in, and what better choice than colorful Froot Loops cereal? These cookies make for a great alternative to classic chocolate chip, and would be a fun treat for kids birthday parties or school parties. For an eye-catching finishing touch, roll each ball of dough in crushed up Froot Loops before baking, giving them a colorful, almost sparkly exterior. Serve with a glass of cold milk, of course.