How to Make the Perfect Pancake, According to Science
Add buttermilk and baking soda, don’t overmix your batter, and bake it right away so those bubbles don’t have time to escape.
Hasselback Challah French Toast
Perfectly crisp and drenched in maple syrup, French toast is a pretty perfect breakfast—for two. Attempting French toast for a larger crowd is a much bigger feat, what with trying to keep the first batch warm as you work on the rest. Our new take on the delicious brunch favorite is almost entirely hands-off, and everyone can dig in at once when you pull it out of the oven. The hasselback technique turns the loaf into pull-apart bread, meaning no plates necessary—just grab a piece and dunk it in syrup. The dusting of powdered sugar makes for a truly showstopping presentation.
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.