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Breakfast is, in my opinion, the best meal of the day. You can choose something sweet or savory, and it can be prepared in a pinch or you can take all morning. Whether it’s a simple smoothie, overnight oats prepared the night before or an impressive stack of pancakes, it doesn’t take a lot of time or cooking expertise to make a delicious morning meal.



Want to up your breakfast game? These cookbooks will inspire you to discover new favorites to whip up midweek or share with friends and loved ones on lazy weekends.

This book by Emily Elyse Miller highlights the many wonderful ways breakfast is enjoyed around the world. Sweet, savory, classic, regional—this sleek, minimalist cookbook has it all. Breakfast is filled with accessible, straightforward recipes for home-cooked breakfasts, with notes detailing cultural context and culinary insights. From a low-key diner breakfast with toast to an indulgent brioche and gelato sandwich, there’s something for everyone here—including seconds.

An entire book dedicated to an underrated breakfast classic, these oat-filled recipes are anything but basic or boring. The Let's Make Oatmeal cookbook by Christina Tosch includes recipes for breakfast and beyond, with lots of sweet and savory options, served chilled and warm. Inside you’ll find dishes like caramelized pear oatmeal, cheesy shrimp oatmeal and one-pot salmon and oatmeal hash. There are also recipes that incorporate oats into drinks, like a salted caramel oatmeal smoothie and instant oatmeal coffee.

Jerryk Luna encourages home cooks to not let cooking become a chore, but a fun activity, and to make substitutions when necessary and experiment with the recipes. The Breakfast Cookbook For Beginners includes recipes from various countries, including Sweden, Russia, Peru, Norway, Nigeria and Morocco. There’s even an entire chapter dedicated to breakfast dishes that can be made in muffin tins, from bacon-wrapped eggs to buttermilk muffins.

From pastry chef and Cake Wars judge Waylynn Lucas, this book is aimed at helping amateur cooks achieve restaurant-quality breakfasts and brunches at home–all you need is a touch of finesse. The recipes range from the perfect scrambled eggs for one to crowd-pleasing dishes for a special-occasion brunch. Sunny-Side Up is divided into playfully named sections, including egg obsessions, syrup required, fancy pastries and boozy daytime adventures.

If you don’t have the time to cook up a hot breakfast and want something nutritious on the go, smoothies are a great option. Healthy Smoothie Recipes is full of creative recipes for you and your blender. There are 58 recipes, to be exact, including hearty breakfast smoothies, smoothie bowls, green smoothies, plus instructions on how to make nut milk—a smoothie staple—particularly for the lactose-sensitive or intolerant.

From Lacey Baier, founder of the blog A Sweet Pea Chef, this cookbook includes a variety of nutritious dishes that are satisfying and fuss-free—many can be prepared the night before. Clean-Eating kicks off with eight guidelines to clean eating and an ingredient replacement guide which separates refined and unrefined ingredients. The breakfast-focused chapters include satisfying breakfast bowls, on the griddle (low-carb, high-protein pancakes and waffles), overnight oats, power-packed smoothies and grab-’n’-go muffins and breakfast bars. And if you’re so inspired, there are even recipes for lunch.

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Acclaimed New York City baker and restaurateur Sarabeth Levine brings a taste of her now-global brunch empire to the home kitchen with this beautiful cookbook filled with well-loved breakfast and lunch recipes that have been designed for home cooks. Sarabeth's Good Morning Cookbook includes recipes for Sarabeth’s signature pancakes, muffins, quiches and other elevated twists on breakfast staples, as well as innovative breakfast treats like morning cookies.

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