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    CindiJ
    Sun May 19, 2013 9:24 am
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    Fix a nice Sunday breakfast or is it every man/woman/child for him/her self?
    I'm looking for new breakfast ideas.
    K9 Owned
    Sun May 19, 2013 9:44 am
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    I do not.
    My mother gave me great advice many, many years ago when I first got married. She suggested that I not take on anything I didn't want to have to do for the rest of my life.
    So I don't icon_lol.gif
    MaMere
    Sun May 19, 2013 10:05 am
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    We do for the most part have a nice breakfast on the weekends.

    Ideas would be a Rolled Stuffed French Toast sticks with Fruit.
    A Baked Overnight French Toast.
    I make Club Soda Waffles that are super crispy and light.
    Breakfast Tortillas with Red Pepper, Onion, Mushrooms and Egg.

    Hubby makes the Eggs Benedict in this home and they are spot on.

    Steel Oat & Fruit Smoothies are very satisying.

    Pancakes and freeze the leftovers. Sometimes, in the summer I make crepes and fill with a light whipped cream and fresh sliced strawberries.

    Strata's are wonderful in the cooler months, the rest can be frozen in individual portions for the following weekends icon_smile.gif

    You can make Hash Brown Waffles, and top with Eggs, or a slice of ham and then eggs over the top too,

    Just a few maybe different idea's for you Cindi.
    Alisa Lea
    Sun May 19, 2013 10:54 am
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    I either cook or we go out for breakfast on Sunday. This morning DH and I stopped at Starbucks on the way to Walmart. I just discovered their Spinach & Feta Breakfast Wrap and OMG I'm going to have to make those at home.
    SarasotaCook
    Sun May 19, 2013 11:03 am
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    CindiJ
    Now, it's just me; so, I don't eat much breakfast. Fruit, cottage cheese, yogurt.

    However, growing up - 90% of the time we were at our summer home in Northern MI for the weekend. We only had Fri night-thru Sun; so, a lazy morning brunch NEVER happened; but, Mom did make breakfast.

    But, during the summer; we always had a nice brunch with the family. It wasn't late like some families; and, we didn't go to church so ... 8-9 was breakfast. Mom, Dad and me were usually up.
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    For me, now.
    - I love poached eggs on toast or a croissant.
    - I enjoy eggs benedict for a treat.

    For Friends,
    - I rarely make french toast, but I do love omlettes
    - And, for company, I love an egg casserole; I will make a french toast casserole for friends
    - I love a baked rolled omlette
    - Breakfast pizza is easy and fun; and you can do a whole host of options. You can use a store bought or fresh made crust.
    - I love the eggs baked in potato halves or in dinner rolls
    - Scrambled egg parfaits. Sort of a deconstructed omlette.
    - Southwest eggs for breakfast. Black beans, salsa, cheese, over a english muffin topped with an egg.
    - Hash is a favorite; and not just the basic. Ham or bacon and sweet potatoes; chicken southwest style
    - Breakfast Tacos - taco shells, scrambled eggs, cheese, avocado, salsa, ham

    Breakfast casserole are still one of my favorites for more than a couple of people.

    http://www.food.com/recipe-finder/breakfast?chef=1329782 or
    Another site ... (www) recipe zazz (dot) com; search my profile kchurchill5, search for recipes and use the item, breakfast, or eggs. I have several on there too. Most of these are listed

    Growing up ...

    - Like MM, Mom would make pancakes; make extra and stuff with whipped cream and fruit.
    - Waffles stuffed with bananas and maple cream
    - Eggs in a hole (or whatever they are called)
    Dee514
    Sun May 19, 2013 12:49 pm
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    CindiJ wrote:
    Fix a nice Sunday breakfast or is it every man/woman/child for him/her self?
    I'm looking for new breakfast ideas.

    Only if we have friends and/or family staying with us (or for Christmas and Easter). Otherwise everyone does their own thing for breakfast (the three of us get up at very different times and are on completely different schedules).

    "Company breakfasts" here are nothing particularly special. I will make fresh squeezed orange juice if I'm feeling ambitious, LOL otherwise its just fresh fruit salad and; from scratch pancakes or waffles or French toast, bacon and/or breakfast sausage, and a large pan of scrambled eggs or a large frittata. There is always an assortment of bread and preserves, fruit butters, butter, homemade honey butter and cream cheese for toast. I always make steel cut oatmeal with cinnamon, apples and raisins for the grand kids (or anyone that wants some).

    For Christmas and Easter there are a few "traditional" breakfast treats:
    Christmas - Panettone di Milano for breakfast, served as is or toasted or used as the bread for French toast.
    Easter - breakfast consists of Italian Easter Pie /Pizza Rustica (Aka "Ham Pie"), and colored Easter eggs, as well as Easter Egg Bread (sometimes accompanied by coffee with a shot of whatever liquor you gave up for Lent) icon_cool.gif
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    SarasotaCook
    Sun May 19, 2013 1:41 pm
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    I think the idea of a brunch is nice. For me and my ex; it rarely worked. He worked weekends; and, days off. I wanted to go fishing or waterskiing. The last thing I wanted to do was eat. But up north when young. I didn't cook; and, we ate early before we started our day. I really don't like brunch or a late breakfast, never have. But a nice early am breakfast 8 or 9 at the latest is OK. That is late in my book.

    Just how I grew up.Even when Mom didn't cook, we always ate together; I think that is important.
    Dib's
    Sun May 19, 2013 1:51 pm
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    I'm not a breakfast person. I don't feel well when I eat really early.
    Brunch is a whole new ball of wax.

    On the weekends I usually make breakfast for my husband and pick at whatever I want or feel like.

    Stuffed French Toast.
    Biscuits and Gravy.
    Jalapeno and Cheddar Grits.
    Eggs Benny-my DH likes Alfredo on his-whatever.
    A fruit crumble or crisp-time of year is a consideration icon_wink.gif
    Pancakes or Waffles.
    I did find a neat recipe on pinterest where you slice fruit, add brown sugar, steel cut oats and water, all in the crock pot. Turn it on, go to bed and wake up to YUM! I want to try that one.
    Breakfast Burittos.
    Homemade McMuffins or Biscuits.
    Breakfast Twice Baked Potatoes-chunky.
    Huevos Rancheros
    Breakfast Panini's
    Ham and fried peaches biscuits
    Slab O'Ham with all the fixins-Southern Style
    & I'm always game for a Champagne cocktail icon_biggrin.gif
    CindiJ
    Sun May 19, 2013 4:51 pm
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    Thanks for the ideas and suggestions. DS1 has finally moved out (again) so it's just the DH & I. We're both tired of eggs and bacon or sausage or whatever & we try to eat oatmeal most every day during the week. I find it is hard to make casseroles for 2 without gobs left over and we prefer these hot and fresh. Watching the carbs too so we often pass on the pancakes, french toast, waffles even though we love them.

    I've been experimenting with veggies in our eggs which helps. But I'm saving this thread for the next Sunday that I'm feeling "stuck".

    You all are rock stars in my book!
    *Parsley*
    Sun May 19, 2013 7:48 pm
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    We eat light in the mornings. Pretty much the same thing on the weekends as during the week : Cold cereal or fruit, cottage cheese/yogurt, or bagels.
    Olive*
    Sun May 19, 2013 8:08 pm
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    We eat a bowl of old fashion oatmeal with fresh blueberries during the week. We eat very early, between 5:30am and 6am, because of work hours. On the weekends, I may make muffins, eggs, breakfast coffee cake,or waffles....with a pot or two of coffee. icon_smile.gif
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