This is from Betty Crocker's "Easy Family Dinners." Made it this morning for breakfast and DH and 5 year old both ate it up! I substituted low fat or fat free ingredients at every opportunity (egg product, l/f cheese, l/f cream cheese, etc.) and it was a great high-protein meal!
We LOVE this! It's a great recipe for hash browns that are crispy on both sides. You can peel the potatoes if you wish, I always leave the skin on. Sometimes I add some shredded sharp cheddar cheese and/or some minced garlic. A good non-stick pan works the best, I first coat the pan with cooking spray, then sometimes use the bacon grease or cooking oil instead of the butter. This is adapted from the Food Network.
This recipe is from Southern Living Magazine but tweaked a bit by me. It's great for an early-morning breakfast or brunch for a crowd, because you can do most of the work ahead of time and just throw it in the oven the morning you want to serve it.
Purchased eggnog makes this recipe "no-fuss". I like that it can be set up the night before, especially handy on busy holiday mornings. From the December 2001 issue of "Bon Appetit", a most-useful issue for Christmas morning!
This is a recipe I got from my grandmother, and it's one of my favorite muffins. They're especially yummy when you can eat a lot of them in mini size, or warm from the oven. The dough can be saved, so make a lot, refrigerate, and bake some when you want a muffin. :)
Start this breakfast casserole the night before. Serve with salsa and a side fruit salad to start your morning with something special. Originally from a November 2006 issue of Southern Living. For a change, substitute ground pork sausage, either mild or spicy, for the ham. Prep time does not include chill or standing time.