These are those breakfast and brunch recipes (casseroles, coffee cakes, and so on) which you might make the night before for a breakfast without a lot of hassle in the morning. The morning after a big holiday dinner, for instance.
From Food & Drink - the best of the decade, this "crustless quiche" or "flat omlette"is good for breakfast, lunch, brunch or a light dinner!! You can vary the fillings - leek & bacon, smoked salmon & chives, use your imagination - but the method stays the same.
I got this recipe in our local newspaper. It is adapted from "Cuisine from the Land of Kansas" published by the Kansas State Board of Agriculture. An excellent Easter morning breakfast treat. Prep time does not include soaking the bread overnight.
An interesting and flavorful change from oatmeal. This is sort of like a healthy breakfast version of rice pudding. This can be made much easier and faster by using 2 cups cooked brown rice. You could also use soymilk/powdered soymilk for the milk/milk powder. Cook time is for cooking rice, prep time is for heating the whole mixture, although heating time will be longer if you use cold leftover rice. Recipe is credited to Julie Delaplane of Anderson, Indiana and is from the La Leche League International Cookbook "Whole Foods for the Whole Family."
My mother used to make this delicious breakfast every Christmas morning (we called it "Egg Thing" as kids), but it would also be appropriate for Easter or other occasions. You can add your own touches to make it your own, but here is the basic recipe:
You can cut this tart in small wedges and serve as an appetizer or as an additional side dish, or cut larger pieces for a light entree. Since it is served chilled or at room temperature, this makes perfect picnic food.