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Here's a little secret: Making biscuits from scratch is crazy easy. In this buttermilk biscuit recipe from blog Kirbie’s Cravings, using self-rising flour eliminates the need for extras like baking powder. You'll never reach for the biscuits in a tube again.
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Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
Go ahead, eat cookies for breakfast. Turns out that these oatmeal breakfast cookies from Skinny Taste are fairly healthy. Like in the paleo pancakes, overripe bananas replace the traditional high-fat wet ingredients. If you want to go even healthier, swap in raisins or dried cranberries for the chocolate chips.
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Sweet Potato Spinach Breakfast Hash
This is the most traditional of these simple breakfast recipes. And it really is easy to make a filling breakfast that could even be served to guests for for brunch. The key to this hash from blog Country Cleaver is cutting the sweet potatoes in small enough pieces that they cook quickly. (If you want to add an additional ingredient (cough, Sriracha), we won't tell.)
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We couldn’t skip croissants they are one of the best breakfast treats around. This chocolate version from Inspired Taste skips the usual time-intensive croissant dough in favor of puff pastry. The egg wash is optional, but will make your pastries look more professional. Bon appetit!
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