The Miracle Ingredient That Will Save Any Breakfast
Maple syrup is standard with pancakes and waffles, but the natural sweetener can also work wonders on these four morning meals that you may not have considered before.
Photo: Ashley Pettit
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A Way to Turn the Hash Brown on Its Head
A baked potato for breakfast may seem strange, until you consider that potatoes in other forms—shredded and fried, for instance—are often served alongside eggs. Pettit bakes or steams a small sweet potato until it's soft, then cuts it open and drizzles it with maple syrup to play up the tuber's candy-like qualities. Drop in a few banana slices and a sprinkle of granola, and you've got a filling, nutritious breakfast.
Get the recipe: Sweet Potato Crunchy Breakfast Bowl