16 Martha Stewart Breakfast Recipes To Start Your Day The Right Way

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and one person who knows how to make a good morning meal is Martha Stewart.

This popular TV chef has many breakfast recipes you can make at home, so if you are looking for inspiration, you have come to the right place.

Whether you want something sweet, veggie-friendly, or a classic for breakfast, Martha has plenty of dishes to try.

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We have compiled a list of 16 Martha Stewart breakfast recipes so you can start your day the right way.

Classic Martha Stewart Breakfast Recipes

If you like to keep breakfast simple, Martha Stewart has got you covered.

We will kick off this article with 3 super easy (yet equally delicious) breakfast recipes below – each one is a classic in its own right.

1. Classic French Toast

French Toast is a firm family favorite for breakfast – it’s one of those dishes that everyone can enjoy.

Martha Stewart has perfected her French toast recipe to create a mouthwatering dish.

Crispy on the outside and custardy inside, this French toast recipe with quiet those hungry morning bellies.

And best of all, it’s only made using simple ingredients such as milk or cream, eggs, butter, and bread, so this recipe comes together in no time at all.

You can use whatever bread you want to make this recipe, but we recommend using brioche if you want your dish to be as authentic as possible.

As for the toppings – let your imagination run wild.

2. Breakfast Egg And Cheese Muffins

If you fancy something a little more savory to start your day, you can’t go wrong with an egg and cheese muffin.

Inspired by the Rebel Within muffin at San Francisco bakery, Craftsman and Wolves, Martha’s recipe combines soft eggs with finely shredded Asiago to create a creamy and fluffy breakfast dish you won’t be able to get enough of.

This morning delight comes together in 1 hour and 35 minutes; it may not be a recipe you can make every day, but it’s perfect for weekend brunch, and the extra time it takes to make this dish is worth it for the final results.

3. Easy Basic Pancakes

Fluffy pancakes are essential for any breakfast spread, and this recipe is foolproof.

Lightly crisped around the edges and tender through the center, Martha’s easy basic pancakes are delightfully versatile and have to be up here as one of her best breakfast dishes.

Pair them with whatever added extras you want to make the perfect breakfast dish.

The best part? All of the ingredients needed to make these pancakes are likely already in your pantry, so you don’t have to go out of your way when it comes to prep time.

Serve with crispy bacon or sweet maple syrup and a good cup of coffee.

Vegetarian Martha Stewart Breakfast Recipes

If you follow a vegetarian diet, you will be happy to know Martha has covered all bases.

Just because you follow a meatless diet, that doesn’t mean that breakfast has to be boring!

Below, we have included our favorite vegetarian Martha Stewart breakfast recipes. Which one will you try first?

4. Mashed Avocado And Egg Toast

If you haven’t tried avocado toast yet, this is your sign that you need to.

Martha’s recipe combines freshly mashed avocado with scrambled egg to create a healthy breakfast dish that will give you all the fuel you need to start your day.

This recipe only needs 5 ingredients, and the whole dish comes together in 5 minutes, making it perfect for those days when you don’t have much time.

The recipe calls for wholegrain bread, but you can substitute other types of bread if you prefer.

5. Quick Broccoli Frittata

Here’s another vegetarian recipe that takes no time at all to make – and it’s so delicious and really good for you.

Using frozen broccoli and sharp, white cheddar, this frittata is fresh, creamy, and surprisingly light, making it the perfect meal to eat in the morning.

This Broccoli Frittata is full of flavor and nutrients, making it just as healthy as it is delicious.

Serve with avocado and flaky sea salt to maximize the taste.

6. Pumpkin Seed Muffins

If you are looking for something a little more seasonal, then you will love these pumpkin seed muffins. We love how they’re packed full of energy for you to start the day.

These muffins are aromatic and sweet and made using ingredients such as pumpkin puree, allspice, melted butter, and pumpkin seeds. They are the perfect dish to make to celebrate the fall.

You can enjoy these muffins as they are, or you can combine them with other ingredients such as cream. We recommend enjoying them with a cappuccino.

Egg-Based Martha Stewart Breakfast Recipes

Nothing says breakfast like eggs. And, with Martha Stewart on your side, your morning eggs will never need to be boring again.

From delicious omelets all the way to comforting casseroles, there are plenty of egg-based recipes you can try.

Below, we have included our favorite egg-based Martha Stewart recipes.

7. Easy Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict is a classic breakfast recipe that is so simple to make but always feels like you’ve put in some effort.

Martha’s take on this dish is amazing and one you will find yourself making again and again.

What makes this recipe so great is that Martha has created a load of variations, so once you have mastered the original recipe, try some of them and see which one you enjoy the most.

Serve with crispy bacon to really make the most out of this dish.

8. Classic Cheese Omelet

You can’t go wrong with an omelet, and Martha’s recipe is wonderful.

This American diner-style omelet is so quick and easy to make, combining eggs with sharp shredded cheddar in a dish that comes together in no time at all.

If you want to make this dish a bit more meaty, serve with crispy bacon and perhaps some fried mushrooms. Martha also suggests serving it with sliced tomatoes and hot, buttered toast. Don’t forget a cold glass of fresh orange juice.

9. Broccoli And Cheddar Hash Brown Casserole

Here’s another broccoli and cheddar combination you need to try.

Casseroles can be served for breakfast as well as dinner, and they are a comforting way to start your day.

Combining bite-sized pieces of broccoli, delicious cheddar, and russet potatoes, this casserole is a filling treat that the whole family can get on board with. We think it’s especially great as a Sunday brunch.

Serve with bacon, sliced scallions, and yogurt on top to really make the most out of this dish.

10. Beet Hash With Eggs

For a colorful start to your morning, try beet hash with eggs.

This recipe combines the earthy sweetness of beets with the starchy comfort of Yukon Gold potatoes crisped up in a skillet.

The onions add a subtle sharpness, and a sprinkle of fresh parsley brings a burst of freshness. The highlight of the dish is when you crack eggs directly into the hash, allowing them to cook until the whites are set, but the yolks are deliciously runny.

This simple, rustic breakfast is perfect for a leisurely weekend morning.

11. French-Style Scrambled Eggs

Enjoy a classic breakfast with French-style scrambled eggs.

Begin by lightly beating three large eggs. In a small saucepan, melt a tablespoon of unsalted butter over medium heat until it foams. Add the eggs and stir gently.

As they begin to set, whisk in whole milk or heavy cream along with chopped chives for a delicate flavor. Continue to cook until the eggs are creamy and just set.

Serve soft scrambled eggs on slices of toasted country bread for a comforting and delicious start to the day.

Sweet Martha Stewart Breakfast Recipes

If you want something to satisfy your sweet tooth when you wake up, Martha Stewart has some delicious sweet breakfast recipes.

We’ve handpicked our favorites below.

12. Sweet Rice Porridge

Start your morning with a comforting bowl of sweet rice porridge, a simple yet delightful breakfast option that will keep you full until lunch.

In a saucepan, mix together a cup of cooked rice with whole milk, adding Medjool dates and a pinch of cinnamon for a hint of natural sweetness and cook until thick and creamy.

Serve it warm, topped with fresh berries, chopped apple, toasted sliced almonds, and a drizzle of honey.

13. Fast Raspberry Scones

What’s the fastest breakfast treat? Scone!

Whip up a batch of fast raspberry scones for a delightful start to your day (or for any time during the day, for that matter!)

Simply blend flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a food processor, then incorporate cold butter until the mixture is crumbly. Stir in buttermilk and an egg yolk to form a soft dough.

Sprinkle fresh raspberries over the dough, gently fold them in, and then shape and cut the dough into scones.

Once baked, these scones emerge golden and flaky, perfect with a dab of cream or a touch of jam for a sweet, satisfying breakfast treat.

If you struggle to get your kids to eat breakfast, try this recipe – it’ll be a hit.

14. Oven-Baked Blueberry Pancake

This one-pan wonder starts with a simple batter combining flour, sugar, baking powder, and a hint of salt, whisked together with milk, an egg, and melted butter for smoothness.

Pour the mixture into a hot buttered skillet straight from the oven, then sprinkle generously with fresh blueberries and a dusting of sugar.

As it bakes, the pancake puffs up and turns a lovely golden brown. Serve it warm, showered with confectioners’ sugar and drizzled with maple syrup for a touch of indulgence.

Trust us, this is another firm fave with the kids!

15. Gluten-Free Peanut Butter And Banana Waffles

Peanut butter and bananas are a wonderful combination, and if you love waffles, this is the perfect breakfast dish for you.

All you need to bring these Belgian-style waffles to life are three ingredients: peanut butter, eggs, and mashed overripe bananas. The combination is foolproof, and the whole family will love it.

What makes this recipe so great is that it’s actually pretty healthy. So don’t let all of the sweetness fool you into thinking it’s indulgent. Plus, they’re perfect for more sensitive tummies.

16. Fruit And Oat Smoothie

Not everyone likes to eat for breakfast – if this is you, but if you don’t want to start the day on an empty stomach, try a smoothie instead.

This particular recipe uses strawberries, bananas, vanilla yogurt, and oats to create a filling breakfast drink that is full of flavor. The fruit’s natural sweetness will give you all the energy you need to get through the day.

The recipe calls for low-fat vanilla yogurt, but if you want something more indulgent, use full-fat instead.

Final Thoughts

If you are tired of the same old breakfast dishes, this list will transform the beginning of your day.

Martha Stewart has perfected her breakfast recipes; now you can make them at home for yourself, and you’ll never need to endure a boring breakfast again.

Whether you are in the mood for something sweet or savory, all the dishes on this list will put you in a fantastic mood.

16 Martha Stewart Breakfast Recipes To Start Your Day The Right Way

Recipe by Barbara HuntCourse: Martha Stewart


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