This white gravy/sauce tastes like sausage, but has none. We like it on top of sausage bread (like recipe # 46692)and biscuits. A reviewer of the sausage bread used this on top of the bread and like it too! Of course, if you want to cook up some sausage and crumble it in you can, but this is a way to get some of that taste without the fat and calories. The recipe can easily be doubled. The secret is in the sage.
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.
This is from a bed and breakfast...very rich and sweet. This is good dusted with powdered sugar and served with fresh fruit. It is best used with homemade pound cake because the more dense it is the better it will hold up. This is easy to half or double.
Don't rate this one as if it were the original version with 30 grams of fat but I do think you'll like it! I LOVE eggs benedict so played around with six different light versions to come up with the best!
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 different for breakfast for the kids and was out of cereal. a look in the fridge and steak and baked potatoes from last nights dinner inspired this recipe. You can stretch this to serve many by adjusting ingredients chopping and slicing to stretch further. Add more or remove something to suit your preferences! Serve with some toast and eggs (scrambled, over easy, poached) and really have a great breakfast! Impress your house guest from dinner to breakfast!
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.
This is a recipe that I made for us this morning. It's simple to make and was delicious with using recipe#47780 over top.
You can make this with using your favorite breakfast meat and your favorite way of making eggs. I just scrambled our eggs for this meal.
You may add cheese too if you don't want to use any kind of syrup over top.
NOTE: I used 1 c buttermilk plus 1/2 cup regular milk to thin out the batter a bit.
The idea of this came from Jamie Oliver, but I changed some of the ingredients. Not something to have every day as it's probably loaded with cholesterol due to the bacon and cheese! It's a bit of prep work but it's worth it. Recipe can easily be increased depending on number being served.