These are wonderful and are almost too healthy to be true. Lots of calcium, protein, fiber, etc. I usually eat them without any topping and just keep popping them in my mouth! Yum. But a good jam will do them nicely as well.
I got this basic recipe from another site but changed it a little for my family. The original recipe called for orange juice as the liquid instead of milk. I also added the vanilla as we think it gives it a nice flavor.
I mix this together, cover it and refrigerate overnight, then bake it in the morning. Every time I serve this, when I have guests, they always ask for the recipe. Feel free to add whatever you would add to your regular oatmeal. I sometimes add nuts, raisins or blueberries. Add what you like and I hope you enjoy it!
Saw this on Paula Deen's show and had to try it. Uses refrigerated biscuit dough. I reduced the amount of sugar - the original recipe called for 1/2 cup sugar with the blueberries which was very sweet. The warm, bubbling blueberries are just wonderful.
This is such a simple way to add elegance to your breakfast table. This is what the Homestead Inn Guest House in Maine serves with their morning croissants and bagels. It is much better, of course, if you make it with homemade strawberry jam. I have made it with blackberry and raspberry jam as well. It is a little something that will make your guests think you are a kitchen genius. Serving Size is an estimate.
I found this recipe on Allrecipes.com and have been using ever since. Over 200 people have reviewed this on their website! What makes it special is the addition of flour to the batter. It enables the coating to stick on the toast and not in the pan.
Note: I use Texas Toast bread.
I wanted something a little different for breakfast this morning and I came up with this one. It's fast and easy and requires no overnight refrigeration time. We really enjoyed the spicy taste the Rotel added.