Two yellow orbs, surrounded by white in a sea of red. Been there, done that. This is an ehanced and scaled down variation of Poached Eggs in Catsup posted by Darlene Summers. A little tartness has been added to counter the sweet catsup and extra liquid was added to accommodate cooking smaller portions in a standard frying pan. Some people might want to add just a dash of hot sauce. Cooking is a Creative Sport.
"The chocolate drink Ovomaltine (known in the USA as "Ovaltine") originates in Switzerland and enjoys ongoing popularity, particularly with young people. Aside from being a beverage, the powder is also eaten sprinkled on top of a slice of buttered bread."
Found this on wikipedia...not exactly a recipe, but worth a try! The ingrediant amounts can be adjusted to your liking.
My good friend gave me this recipe when I was searching for something special to make for a brunch. It is a different take on regular french toast - it needs to be refrigerated overnight, but really frees up your morning so you aren't standing over a griddle missing all the fun!
A recipe that I found at Taste of Home that I can't wait to try, will update once I have made it. Here is what the author states: "I've had this unique recipe for years. It's always a hit at our house because it combines eggs, bacon, cheese, vegetables and bread all in one pan. I enjoy cooking for my husband of 31 years, two sons, one daughter and two grandsons." I will probably leave the mushrooms out due to other family members not liking them.
DH and I enjoyed this decadent recipe for brunch today. I did not have store bought Creole mustard, so we used Recipe #38148. We skipped the reserving of the egg yolks to scatter on the finished dish as it was just us eating and we didn't really care about the garnish. I used my egg maker for the hard cooked eggs. From southernfood.about.com
I love egg salad, but this is over-the-top delicious. Recipe courtesy of Taste of Home 2010 Contest-Winning Annual Recipes and Jane Ozment of Purcell, Oklahoma. She substitutes English muffins or toasted bread if she doesn't have croissants.
This is a different and delicious way to make Scrambled Eggs, my MIL used to make them this way and we loved them!
Very creamy. She said originally they used to make eggs this way to stretch the eggs further when feeding a large family, now we just make them because we like them!
From the Mennonite Cookbook.
*Caution: These eggs are of a very creamy and different texture and need to be fully cooked and set through.
A combination of other recipes tweaked to get the best of both worlds. I am posting here because it seems that none of the other recipes made such a large batch. Also, none of the other recipes baked the french toast which I found to be a real time saver! This would be a great make ahead breakfast that you could take with you, syrup is optional, since it already kinda sweet. I give this to my toddlers with a cup of milk and it is an easy less-mess breakfast!
So simple and so delicious. I'm not sure why it never occurred to me to put this combo together, but when I lived in England, the little sandwich stand always had this on hand. I became completely addicted to it :) Depending on the size of your eggs, you might want to use 2 - you want enough to layer it down the length of the baguette.
We love weekend breakfasts around our house. Belgian Waffles has always been a favorite, especially for my son, JB! You will find all sorts of variations for this recipe, one of which I'm sure will suit your needs! These waffles will come out light, crisp and toast to a golden brown. We love to top ours with strawberries or blueberries, powdered sugar and whipped cream, blueberry syrup & real maple syrup!... And You didn't think weekends could get anymore special!
This is a tastey breakfast casserole that can be done in under an hour! You can make it spicy or mild depending on which cheese you decide to use. Or you can mix them and choose the middle ground. For kids, I usually have to choose the mozzarella though. For adults, I sometimes add some green chiles or a seeded jalepeno, chopped very fine. But I really like heat. I also sometimes increase the garlic!