3 Ways to Brighten Up Breakfast with Bursts of Flavor

September 2nd, 2015 by Tiffany Jersey

The most important meal of the day deserves to be special, so enjoy a fresh take on some classic recipes and infuse delicious gourmet flavors into every bite.

Biscuits should be bursting with mouth-watering flavor, not boring or bland. Try this recipe for Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits infused with Salted Caramel and Warm Cinnamon Graham flavors using the Wilton Treatology Flavor System.

 

Breakfast Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits

 

Or, boost a breakfast staple with a tropical twist on the traditional pancake using warm, Toasted Coconut flavor concentrate to infuse bold new flavor into pancake batter. Then, hot off the griddle, slather generously with caramel-infused butter amped up with brown sugar for a salty-sweet combination worth waking up for.

 

Breakfast Coconut Caramel Pancakes

 

Cinnamon rolls are a beloved brunch staple, and for a good reason. They’re delicious! Add fruity peach to the mix and take your favorite breakfast pastry to the next level. Fresh Juicy Peach Flavor accents the caramelized, toasty bread, while the Warm Cinnamon Graham Flavor spices things up. It’s a whole new way to roll!

 

Breakfast Peach Hot Rolls

 

Treatology makes it easy to infuse new flavor combinations into countless recipes for every meal from breakfast through dessert. Use the Wilton Treatology Flavor System to mix drops of flavor and create your own recipes. For more recipe ideas, visit www.wilton.com/treatology.

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Tiffany Jersey Tiffany is the Senior Copywriter at Wilton. With a B.A. in Journalism, it’s no wonder she loves getting creative with everything she does from coming up with new ideas on how to host a great theme party and make matching treats to delivering the inside scoop on how to pull it all off without a hitch. A member of the Baking & Decorating Trends Committee, she’s always got her eye on the next big thing—so you can be the first to hear about trending treats and other party feats.

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