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Sunday Is the New Saturday Night

1. Breakfast Bowls: Hollow out a roll and fill with an egg and your favorite omelet mix-ins. Pop in the oven. Thirty minutes later, you get the tastiest bread bowl you'll ever have. Get the how-to at Perfecting the Pairing.

2. Waffle Slices: Cut your homemade waffles in fours, then dip the ends in melted chocolate and decorate with sprinkles. So easy and so tasty! Get the how-to at Sugar Swings.

3. Breakfast Casserole Muffins: This is a great recipe to prep the night before and the kiddos can even help. Simply fill muffin tins with your favorite breakfast flavors: egg, onion, cheese, ham, bacon, etc. Then, bake. Get the how-to at Thriving Home Blog.

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4. Doughnuts and Milk: Start your brunch off right. As your guest arrive, offer them a glass of milk topped with an adorable doughnut. Get the how-to at HWTM.com.

5. Chicken and Waffle Sliders: These mini sandwiches drizzled with syrup are sure to delight those who enjoy sweet and salty. Hold them together with a tooth pick and you'll keep the kids busy playing swords for a few minutes at least. Get the how-to at Food, Folks and Fun.

6. Pancake, Bacon Dippers: These two breakfast favorites combined in one are destined to be a hit! This recipe is heaven! Get the how-to at Stepable.

7. Homemade Pop Tarts: For those health conscious moms who want to serve kid favorites but want the best ingredients, here's a recipe for you. With all of the different options available, it's sure to please even the pickiest at the brunch. Get the how-to at Simply Taralynn.

8. French Toast Roll-Ups: Soft and fluffy, these cinnamon roll-ups can be filled with peanut butter, jelly, cream cheese, Nutella, etc. You can't help but smile each time you dunk one in syrup. Get the how-to at Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice.

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9. Breakfast Kababs: Alternate mini waffles with fruit on a skewer or make it fancy and stick 'em with a paper straw. Serve with a maple syrup, cinnamon yogurt for dipping. Get the how-to at Mom on Time Out.

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10. Waffle Sushi: Cook thin waffles, spread with Greek yogurt and top with fruit. Roll sushi-style and serve. Get the how-to at Table Spoon.

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