I put the dry ingredients into baggies and store several baggies in the cupboard. All I have to do in the morning is add the wet ingredients and bake while I am doing my animal chores and I have an amazingly filling breakfast.
Got this from a nutritionist friend of mine. It has flax seed, and walnuts are good for you - the only nut that has omega 3's. Sometimes I'll also add a cup of sunflower seeds. My daughter loves it and a 8 yo friend was over and tried it. His comment: "This is tasty!" I gave the recipe to his mom and she made it for a school function and it was a hit! I use rolled oats, but you could use quick oats too. I use this on top of fruit and yogurt for a healthy breakfast.
Was sure these would have been posted to ZAAR, but I haven't found them yet! These are great tasting bars for breakfast or anytime of day! Toasted wheat germ can be substituted for the granola, & margarine can be used instead of the butter. [NOTE -- As of 23 Apr 08, bowing to reviewers' comments, I've changed the # of servings from 16 to 9!]
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.
Tater tots in muffin pan with eggs--baked in the oven. A great breakfast for kids. Quick, easy and not messy. There is no salt since the potatoes are seasoned. Some like to put A-1 sauce on their potatoes.
Chilaquiles are tortillas cut into strips, fried, and cooked in either a red or green sauce. Literally meaning "poor man's food", chilaquiles were undoubtedly invented as a way of using up leftover tortillas. They have evolved into a very versatile dish, with some rather sophisticated variations. The following version uses a red sauce; however a green sauce, such as the one given for Huevos al Albañil, below, is also very good. This is by KAREN HURSH GRABER.
Eggs Benedict is one of my favorite breakfast dishes. It was created at the Waldorf Hotel in 1894, for a customer hoping to find a cure for his morning hangover. I thought it was one of those dishes that should only be ordered in a restaurant until I found this recipe. Keep in mind that your eggs should be fresh and no more then 4 days old for perfect results. It is not as hard as it looks and what could be better then starting your day with a lightly toasted English muffin with a perfectly poached egg in a cloud of buttery hollandaise! Sheer heaven!
P'at is the Korean name for the azuki bean, the source of the "sweet red bean paste" often used in Asian desserts. They have a delicious rich flavor which I find matches well with the creaminess of an Indian-style lassi. You should be able to find canned sweetened azuki beans at any Asian supermarket. "Plain" yogurt in Korea always has sweeteners added, if using the more natural type, you may wish to add a touch more sugar to this, depending on the sweetness of the azuki beans.