These waffles are surely a special breakfast birthday treat...but made healthful enough to ensure you'll be around for the next! Whole wheat flour adds nutrition and fiber while the all purpose flour keeps the waffles from tasting like tree branches. Beaten egg whites make them light. Strawberry preserves thicken and sweeten this summer berry sauce without adding refined sugars. And the whipped cream....well, they ARE birthday waffles. A dollop will do you, though. You say it is not your birthday? According to the Mad Hatter, there are 364 unbirthdays. Sing a "Very Merry Unbirthday" to yourself and make these anyway.
When I found this recipe I thought for sure it would be on food.com already, but I couldn't find it. This a very simple side dish or breakfast from Switzerland. It seems to be similar to quiche, but with more milk/cream. Posted for ZWT 7.
From the Bob Evans website, this recipe is quick and good. It's especially fast if you use leftovers potatoes. You can make this stove-top or in the microwave. I like to add cheese and some herbs then serve with salsa. Add anything that you like. Cooking time does not include the time to cook potatoes.
I find this recipe simple and the aroma mmmmm. The secret making hash browns is to partially cook the potatoes first so they do not discolor when you cook them. The cheese in this recipe helps them hang together so you get a golden cake of hash browns not just broken up bits. Boil your potatoes ahead of time and it will only take 10-15 minutes to finish them at breakfast
I am saving this one for our next camping trip, but this is also a great recipe for a quick, filling breakfast or light lunch. This recipe is very versatile and you can add any herb or vegetable to the eggs or as a topping. Suggestion -green onions, hot sauce, tomatoes etc UPDATE: We made this recipe for breakfast while camping this summer and it was just amazing.
When I make this I make lots and then freeze in bags using my Food Saver storage system, this method saves time and not to mention the greasy clean up that comes with frying, I pour the grease into a Pyrex measuring cup then save and refrigerate overnight or until hard then scoop out a few tablespoons at a time, freeze on plates then I place in freezer bags to use in recipes to add flavor, you may save or discard the grease --- since RZ system would not accept one ingredient I have listed 1-1/2 pounds bacon separately, you may of course use as much as you like.
I've tried many whole wheat pancake recipes. Some were good, some not so good but I never had one make me say, "Wow! A truly fluffy whole wheat pancake!" until this one. Posting it here so I don't lose it! We love to eat these for dinner with some turkey sausage. Very filling!
From the Hungry Girl 200 under 200 Cookbook. This is another breakfast recipe that is terrific with lots of flavor but few calories. This makes 1 serving so if wanting to serve to guests, you need to make one per person. I used a 6 inch long little baking dish and it worked out great. The book recommends a 5-6 inch wide round baking dish.
This recipe comes from Urbain Dubois & Emile Bernard, "La Cuisine classique", 1864. Yes 1864. The flavor is great, and placing the parmesan cheese into the eggs separates the cheese flavors. Preparation time includes grating the cheese and mixing the eggs. Cooking times very to taste. Some like eggs well done, I prefer them just set. This I leave up to you to decide. This recipe yields 2 servings.
I created this when I was trying to come up with ideas for high-protein breakfast meals. I made it in an individual-sized serving, but I'm sure it could easily be multiplied to serve more than one person.
This is an adaptation of a recipe I found here, Mims & Squims 100% Whole Wheat Buttermilk Pancakes #218671. As I wrote in her review of the "tweaks" I made to suit my husband's and I eating style, I realized it was pretty much a recipe unto it's own, so I'm posting it here as well.
I added approximately 4 TBS dried blueberries to one cup of the batter, but you can add any type of fresh, frozen or dried fruit of your choice.
***Beware of dried fruits with added sugars if you too are watching your sugar intake.