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 from my neighbour and good friend, Ronnie, who is mother to five great kids. They all love this concoction and so do we. It serves 6-7 unless it is put in front of our former French exchange student, Emma. In that case, it serves one.
so they say that REAL men don't eat quiche but i'm going to have to differ... either that or make some lifestyle evaluations :)
all kidding aside i'm an athlete and usually am inhaling a veritable ton of calories; quiche works well. i found this recipe some time back and have made some changes to make it a bit bigger and a ton healthier. and spicier! hope you like.
This is an easy way to serve omelets. In our house, it takes me forever to make breakfast on the stove top! Baking this is soooo much easier. Feel free to add or subtract to suit your tastes (bacon, sausage, onions, peppers, etc.)
I love apples, and oatmeal. You may use quick or old fashioned oatmeal for this — just whatever you have. Try this with some frozen blueberries or any other dried fruit. I used Craisins and frozen raspberries often. This is another recipe from the wall of our old house. Which means, I have no idea where it came from after 7 years. I'm posting these because they are my favorites if they made it to the wall. As one reviewer said, it holds well in the fridge, because I usually make mine on a Sunday night, then the kids have something hearty and warm in the morning before the mad dash to school!
Spinach Scrambler Pizza recipe was featured on the local news from a restaurant in the Green Bay area. It is a fabulous pizza. Lots of different flavors. I do not usually make my own pesto, but if you use one from here for it, let me know.
This recipe is very versatile, you can add in veggies such as mushrooms, green pepper, jalapenos anything you wish! Make certain to grease your baking dish very well, I use recipe#78579 (absolutely nothing will stick to your pans when you use this!)... This makes a quick weekend brunch or a weeknight dinner... you will LOVE this!
Plan ahead this needs to be refrigerated for 6-8 hours before baking, I have left the green onions and cayenne pepper as optional you may add them in or omit, I like to add in for extra flavor, 1 pound cooked Italian sausages meat may be used in place of the ham --- this makes a wonderful weekend brunch!
I clipped this from the newspaper, gave it a try and it's delicious! Very moist and flavorful, it could be served any time! After making it the original way first, I then tried it adding chopped walnuts and raisins and it was really good too! You could even drizzle it with a confectioners icing to dress it up. People are so creative, you could probably add just about anything to call it your own! :) Freezes well too!
I found this recipe in a family cookbook put together for a bridal shower. I love the fact that I can put the omelet to bake in the oven while I make other ingredients, such as #8602 Sausage Gravy and Biscuits, on the stove. With the addition of fresh fruit, the combination was a huge hit with visiting company.