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    Breakfast

    Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. I love breakfast food. No other meal can really even compare.

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    This is a good made from scratch recipe. I also made extras and put them in the freezer for another quick breakfast for my son. This recipe came from Allrecipes, submitted by Andrea. You can put any fruit in your pancakes. Also, when you want to freeze them, make sure they are cool and put them in a freezer bag layered between wax paper. Layer 3 at a time. Then put them into another storage bag. When your ready for a quick pancake fix, just put 3 pancakes on top of each other, on a microwavable plate,do not cover, and cook on high for about 30-45 seconds. That's it. Enjoy.

    Recipe #86353

    This Brazilian breakfast treat is usually served around Christmastime. Being soaked overnight, it makes for a festive holiday brunch item. Cooking the toast long enough for the outside to get crispy still leaves it with a custard-like interior that melts in the mouth. This recipe comes from Chow, by Aïda Mollenkamp. I haven't tried this recipe yet, but I may try it with less oil on a griddle, and although a topping is not mentioned in the recipe, I might use chocolate syrup and whipped cream. Pretty rich, but it is holiday fare after all. nt (not tried)

    Recipe #245963

    This is a recipe that my mother used to make for us kids. It is total comfort food for me now. I love to make it and then let the skin form on the top while it's cooling. My son likes lumps in his. LOL. This recipe is for one serving.

    Recipe #251835

    11 Reviews |  By s'kat

    Crusty and filled with nooks and crannies. Plain, buttered, jammed or crammed? When you make these babies fresh, you may just like 'em in the raw... prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #16755

    9 Reviews |  By yooper

    This comes from the most recent edition of "The Joy of Cooking." Takes a little elbow grease, and you'll need a double boiler. These are the creamiest, richest and most lucious tasting scrambeled eggs I've ever eaten!

    Recipe #57368

    A great way to use up leftover boiled, baked or mashed potatoes. I love omelets and separately whipping the egg whites makes this light and fluffy despite the inclusion of potatoes. In case you're wondering about taste - imagine a cross between a knish and a souffle. Other herbs or grated onions might be good variations.

    Recipe #138708

    My mother used to make these for Sunday morning breakfast. They are most likely of German decent. They are good with the typical applesauce but even better with syrup and a side of sausage. I usuallly make these thinner than the average potato pancake.

    Recipe #251996

    I have been making this recipe for years and never actually wrote it down. It was always in my head and the batter was almost entirely based on texture and appearance. Well, here we are, finally, my masterpiece! If you would like to try a savory version of this recipe, simply remove the sugar. When crepe is on stove, add strong cheese on top to melt, and diced ham. This recipe serves 2-3 people (2 if you're really hungry!).

    Recipe #291434

    I have not yet had the good fortune to visit Belgium, but I do frequent a lovely NYC cafe called Le Pain Quotidien, which is based in Belgium. I tried their crispy, caramelized Belgian Sugar Waffle, and was instantly in love. If perled sugar is not available, substitute an equal amount of coarsely crushed sugar cubes. I got this recipe off a Belgian website.

    Recipe #158977

    A recipe so authentic that I had to convert from grams and translate from French! These waffles are rich and delicious (don't bother with syrup!), and the basic recipe is from a Belgian friend of mine.

    Recipe #36154


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