Looking to change up your weeknight dinner routine? For a fun twist on the standard family dinner, consider adding breakfast foods—like omelettes and baked eggs—to the menu. These easy, tasty meals require less than 30 minutes of prep time, and are perfect for busy weeknights. See five of our favorite breakfast for dinner recipes, below, and add a few to your weekly rotation!
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These scrumptious quesadillas are a quick-fix dinner that can be on the table in just 15 minutes. Put a breakfast spin on quesadilla night by wrapping fluffy scrambled eggs, tomatoes, cheese and cilantro into a tortilla.
Cook eggs in a large skillet with the tomatoes and cilantro until scrambled, then set the mixture aside. Wipe out the skillet quickly, and then warm tortillas in the same pan. Once warm, spread the egg mixture over one half of the tortilla and top with cheese.
Fold the second half of the tortilla over the top and lightly brown on both sides before serving.
Take 20 minutes to prep this egg bake in the morning and you’ll have a tasty meal in the evening. Pop it in the oven for 40 minutes at night for a balanced dinner at the end of the day. Mix onion, spinach, tomatoes, French bread and eggs (or egg beaters) to make a nutritious and delicious breakfast casserole for less than 300 calories per serving.
A ten-minute meal that substitutes traditional breakfast sausage for lean turkey sausage, this scramble combines your favorite breakfast ingredients with seasoned tomatoes for an Italian take on a hearty classic.
You’ll cook sausage, breakfast potatoes and eggs in a single pan. Then, top with tomatoes flavored with basic, garlic and oregano. Finally, top your scramble with fresh parsley.
Another south of the border take on breakfast that comes together in just 20 minutes, burritos stuffed with eggs, black beans and tomato make for a filling, healthy breakfast-for-dinner idea. Add your favorite cheese and fresh cilantro to the mix additional flavor and top with a squeeze of lemon juice for a bright finish.
Looking for a sweet, surprising way to end the day (at under 400 calories per serving to boot)? Try a Dutch baby pancake topped with cinnamon, diced tomatoes, apples and raisins. This puffed pancake feeds six and can be on the table in just an hour!
It will spend 20 to 25 minutes cooking in the oven, and while it is, you can heat the apples, tomatoes and raisins in a pan with granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the pancake is golden brown, remove it from the oven and top it with the apple mixture.