30 Minutes or Less

Pampered Chef's breakfast and brunch recipes include food and drink recipes that are perfect for any morning occasion. Browse breakfast burrito recipes, cinnamon rolls, frittata recipes, or homemade banana bread recipes, and wow someone with a home cooked breakfast tomorrow!


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General Tso Chicken Stir-Fry

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This gluten-free, one-pot wonder brings both great flavor and color to your weeknight table.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Lava Cake

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This easy microwave lava cake is ready so quickly that if you start the microwave when you sit down to dinner, it'll be ready to eat when it's time for dessert. 

Grilled Pineapple With Honey Whipped Cream

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Grilled pineapple spears are topped with roasted nuts and mint and then garnished with a honey whipped cream in this light, satisfying dessert. 

Greek Potato & Green Bean Salad

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This main dish salad can be made with or without meat and comes together quickly using ingredients that you probably stock in your pantry.

Sweet Potato Black Bean Enchilada Casserole

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Weeknight comfort food that's ready in 30 minutes and made using ingredients you probably stock in your pantry.

Roasted Red Pepper Pasta

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Golden raisins add just the right amount of sweetness and depth to this speedy weeknight dinner that's made using ingredients you probably have in your pantry.

Upside-Down Caramelized Banana Skillet Cake

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This cake is both beautiful and delicious. The caramelized bananas and rum give the cake a light, warm flavor. 

Adobo Chicken Sandwich

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This sandwich is a great example of balancing flavors: sweet, salty, sour, savory (umami), and bitter. There’s sweetness from the brown sugar, saltiness from the soy sauce, sourness from the vinegar, savory from the chicken and soy sauce, and bitterness from the arugula.

Pasta Romano With Bacon & Broccoli

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This one-pot meal is comfort food that comes together quickly enough for a weeknight meal. 

Grilled Peach Salad

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The dressing in this recipe uses browned butter, and while it sounds fancy, it's really easy to make. It’s a simple shortcut that deepens the flavor of sweet and savory foods. 

Toasted Orzo Skillet With Shrimp

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Toasting the orzo develops an unexpected nutty flavor and golden color. Searing the shrimp is such an easy and fast way to get great flavor, color and texture. These two techniques step up this simple weeknight meal.

Chicken Verde Soup

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Poaching the chicken in this recipe—or starting the chicken in cold water and bringing the temperature up together—gives you tender, juicy pieces in the finished soup.

Orange-Ginger Tofu Stir-Fry

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Haven’t tried tofu? Try this recipe. This versatile vegan staple is like a blank canvas that absorbs the flavor of other ingredients. Draining the tofu and coating it in cornstarch helps develop a delicious crust when you sear it.

Barbecue Chicken Chopped Salad

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This salad is both beautiful and hearty enough to leave you satisfied

Roasted Chicken & Asparagus With Pan Sauce

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The pan sauce in this recipe brings an additional layer of flavor to the dish without overwhelming the lighter flavors of the chicken, asparagus, and mushrooms.

Turkey Sausage & Pepper Breakfast Quesadillas

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Grilling the peppers and quesadillas gives you a smoky, charred flavor because it sears a portion of the food. You get deep, flavorful grill marks by using the same technique as searing—just leave the food undisturbed.

White Bean, Kale & Sausage Stew

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This stew is hearty and healthy. Perfect for chilly evenings when you want something satisfying, but don't have time (or energy!) to spare.   

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