16 Copycat Breakfast Recipes

16 Copycat Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast food is just the best, but getting up in the mornings to go out to breakfast is not. Sleep in and make your favorite breakfast recipes at home instead.

Corner Bakery French Toast: This is not like regular 'French toast', it's more like a rich, soft, moist bread pudding that can be sliced and served with syrup. It's perfect for brunch and can also be served for dessert.

Blueberry Stuffed French Toast from Panera: French toast is delicious on its own, but stuff it with blueberries and you've really got our mouths watering.

Grilled Banana Sandwiches from Panera: We love making these sandwiches for a hearty breakfast. The bananas, peanut butter and whole grain bread will leave you full until lunchtime.

Waffle House Waffles: After making these light and fluffy waffles this will be the only waffle recipe you use!

IHOP Buttermilk Pancakes: These pancakes are a real treat at breakfast.

IHOP Cheesecake Pancakes: This recipe is almost too good to be true. Our favorite dessert and breakfast foods in one dish!

IHOP Grain and Nut Pancakes: A perfect pancake recipe for nut lovers.

McDonald's Egg McMuffin: Stop eating breakfast in the car and start eating it at your dining room table! Here's a really easy way to make an egg mcmuffin at home.

Starbucks Coffee Cake: Why head over to Starbucks when you can make this tasty cake at home?

Starbucks Vanilla Scones: These scones are just like the ones you'd find at Starbucks, but making them yourself means a whole new level of freshness.

Starbucks Low-Fat Blueberry Muffins: Baked goods from coffee shops are usually diet disasters, but these low-fat muffins won't ruin your waistline.

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts: Making doughnuts can be tricky at first, but with a little practice you'll be whipping up these doughnuts like a pro.

Dunkin Donuts Donut Holes: We can't resist those little boxes of Munchkins. Learn how to make their cinnamon sugar ones!

Cinnabon Cinnamon Rolls: These rolls are best when eaten fresh, but 10 to 15 seconds in the microwave makes them almost as good as fresh.

Aunt Jemima's Pancake Mix: Nothing made us happier as kids than waking up to the smell of these fresh pancakes.

Homemade Bisquick: Bisquick can be used on dozens of dishes so it's useful to always have some on hand. If you can't make it to the store, try making this homemade version.

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