One morning in Sunday School one of the ladies brought these in. We all loved them. After begging for the recipe I have made these at home and even my picky 9 year old ate 4. I have changed it a little from the original recipe.. I just cant seem to help myself.
I got this recipe from a Cabot ad in an Eating Light magazine. I havn't tried this recipe yet, but I plan on making it for a breakfast-for-dinner party. It looks really good and seems easy to make. It is noted to use ham with small diameter.
Makes a great family breakfast brunch. You may make this one a day ahead and keep the casserole chilled in the refrigerator until ready to bake. It's especially nice to have this dish prepared and ready to place in the oven for those hectic, hurried holiday morning breakfasts. Recipe from Southern Living magazine, January 1986.
This is one of my favorite recipes for breakfast. It's easy and filling and tastes so good. I love the pepper jack cheese instead of cheddar for a change of pace, but if you don't like pepper jack, you can always use cheddar.
This is a simple recipe that my husband makes for us a lot for breakfast. Just takes one pan and you have bacon and eggs! This recipe easily adapts to how many you want to make, just use more muffin/cupcake pans! Now if you like to have your bacon crispy, this will not be for you. The bacon gets done but not crispy! The bacon flavors the egg, which is much like a poached or boiled egg. The servings are based on two bacon and egg cups per person. Hope you enjoy!
Breakfast comes early so I assemble this casserole the night before and pop in the oven in the morning while I inhale my coffee! This was designed for my meat and potatoes only cowboy BUT you can add anything to it in the meat layer. Very very adaptable and cheap!
These waffles are my kids new favorite waffles. They're delicious! They have a light texture and the pumpkin flavor is not overpowering. The serving size is for Belgian waffles, but they will work fine in a regular waffle iron also.
Tip for oatmeal: make it in the crock pot overnight! It comes out very creamy from the slow cooking, and I love being able to get up and have that hot steamy bowl right away without having to do anything at all. You do have to clean up the crock pot, but you can make a large quantity and refrigerate the leftovers to be heated in the microwave for the next several days. I use two cups of oatmeal at a time, which is enough for four breakfasts (for me, anyway; probably more for people who don't have huge bowls like I do).
These are the ultimate waffles, crisp on the outside, light on the inside. Serve with your favorite jam or syrup, bacon & sausages on the side. Be sure you follow the directions DO NOT add eggs the night before!! It is safe to leave the other ingredients out over night but not with the eggs added