Zoë Burnett / BuzzFeed 1. Chilaquiles healthynibblesandbits.com Chilaquiles are like the breakfast version of nachos. Lightly fried corn tortillas cut into quarters are the base of this dish, and it's often topped with tomato sauce, cheese, beans and a fried egg. Recipe here. 2. Migas gimmesomeoven.com The Tex-Mex version of chilaquiles, migas are often served with scrambled eggs instead of fried eggs and include more ingredients like peppers and salsa. You can also serve these with tortillas and make some of the best breakfast tacos of your life. Recipe here. 3. Pan Dulce sprinklebakes.com Pan dulce ("sweet bread" in Spanish) has a very colorful history. Frenchmen and Spaniards who came to Mexico introduced baked goods like baguettes and sweet pastries to the country, and the Mexicans created their own version of the sweet treats. One of the most popular kinds of pan dulce are conchas (pictured above), which are sweet buns with beautifully bright coating. Recipe here. 4. Huevos Rancheros thetastybiteblog.com Translated in Spanish to "rancher's eggs," this classic Mexican breakfast dish got its name because it was a very popular and easy dish to fuel farmers working on rural Mexican farms. A flat, lightly fried corn tortilla is the base of the dish, and it's often topped with tomato-chili sauce and a fried egg with refried beans and rice on the side. Recipe here (with homemade refried beans!). 5. Breakfast Molletes sweetlifebake.com Molletes are one of the easiest Mexican breakfast to make when you're low on time. Bolillos (Mexican baguettes) are sliced lengthwise and hollowed out just a bit, and the hollowed-out part is filled with refried beans and topped with cheese. Recipe here. 6. Sweet Potato Chorizo Hash wickedspatula.com Chorizo, which is pork sausage cooked with chili peppers, is very popular in Mexican and Spanish dishes, and when paired with sweet potatoes, eggs, and homemade avocado crema, it will add a punch of protein to jump start your day. Recipe here. 7. Tamales Joshua Bousel / Via seriouseats.com Breakfast on Christmas morning is a pretty big deal for Mexican families, and tamales are often served as the kids open presents. My family often had them because we had so many leftover from our big Christmas Eve dinner the night before! You can add a fried egg on top to make the tamales more breakfast-y. Recipe here. 8. Menudo thedomesticman.com Another traditional meal to serve on Christmas morning, menudo is a red chili pepper-based soup made with tripe, which is the lining of beef stomach (yep.) It can be made in big batches and is often topped with freshly chopped onions and cilantro. Recipe here. 9. Pozole littleferrarokitchen.com And if you just can't handle the thought of eating beef stomach lining, you can make pozole instead, which leaves out the tripe and is made with either chicken or pork instead. Recipe here. 10. Breakfast Torta María del Mar Sacasa / Via seriouseats.com Breakfast sandwiches can give life back to the most hungover of brunchers, and this sandwich combines all the best aspects of Mexican breakfast foods into one handheld beauty. Recipe here. 11. Huevos A La Mexicana simplyrecipes.com This super-easy dish is basically just scrambled eggs cooked with tomato-based salsa. You can add them as a side to any breakfast, or cook them up all on their own! Recipe here. 12. Breakfast Enchiladas pinchofyum.com Easily transform one of your favorite Mexican dinners into a breakfast dish by adding scrambled eggs for the filling. Recipe here. 13. Michelada honestcooking.com The Mexican version of Bloody Marys, a michelada is a refreshing brunch cocktail that contains beer instead of vodka. Recipe here. 14. Breakfast Quesadillas iowagirleats.com Breakfast quesadillas are another super easy way to both transform one of your favorite Mexican dishes into breakfast and serve up a lot of protein in the morning. Recipe here. 15. Churro Doughtnuts kitchennostalgia.com Churros are usually served as a dessert or snack, but when you transform the fried-dough pastry into the shape of a doughnut, they suddenly become acceptable to eat for breakfast! Don't forget to serve with melted chocolate sauce. Recipe here. 16. Breakfast Tacos Lauren Zaser/BuzzFeed The holy grail of Tex-Mex breakfasts, breakfast tacos can heal the soul. We came up with 17 breakfast taco combinations that you can make whenever you need to add some life back into your morning. 17. Breakfast Burritos garnishwithlemon.com For the most portable Mexican breakfast on the go, breakfast burritos are your best bet. We previously rounded up 18 of the best breakfast burrito recipes that are worth waking up for.