Ann Sathers Restaurant is a Chicago institution that is famous for wonderful Scandinavian dishes and their cinnamon rolls. This is the recipe for the rolls....there is nothing more comforting than a cold, snowy Sunday morning and these rolls baking in the oven.
This is an easy way to serve omelets. In our house, it takes me forever to make breakfast on the stove top! Baking this is soooo much easier. Feel free to add or subtract to suit your tastes (bacon, sausage, onions, peppers, etc.)
This recipe is from Southern Living Magazine but tweaked a bit by me. It's great for an early-morning breakfast or brunch for a crowd, because you can do most of the work ahead of time and just throw it in the oven the morning you want to serve it.
Wonderful breakfast, brunch, or mid-morning snack. This recipe is very versatile. Any kind of cereal works, and you can substitute dried fruit and/or nuts for part of the cereal. If using a cooked, hot cereal like oatmeal, combine with wet ingredients instead of dry.
Make a batch of these on Sunday night and you can have a quick and easy breakfast all week. Great to reheat in the microwave. If you can't find fat free half & half in your area, use the regular half & half.
This is an old, old recipe that is from a magazine clipping. I don't know which magazine. My mom has made these squares for as long as I can remember. A family favorite that has stood the test of time.
Yum, yum! These are the best! Hot fluffy waffles with occasional "pockets" of cream-top with your favorite syrup or honey and you are in instant waffle heaven! These are great to throw together when your cottage cheese is about to expire and you want to use it up.
OK..I know you are cringing when you see this is a microwave recipe for eggs! When faced with a gang of overnight guests you may want to give this a try. These are the softest scrambled eggs ever. If you choose a decent looking micro safe bowl you can even serve directly from it, meaning less clean up. Try these for your family and just reduce the size. I promise you will like them
This was my grandmother's recipe (Alice Carbo), or at least I found it among her collection of postcards and things, and it had her name on it. It looks interesting, but I haven't tried it. Kind of like a cross between a deviled egg casserole and eggs benedict. Let me know what you think!