A breakfast casserole that can be made the night before and refrigerated until baking the next morning (add 10 minutes baking time) or can be frozen. Two 15 ounce cans of crushed tomatoes can be subbed for the fresh tomatoes. Serve with warm tortillas and hot sauce on the side.
If you are an eggs benedict purist, this recipe is not for you but, if you are like me and like to change things up, this recipe is a delicious twist on eggs benedict. I made it for Easter breakfast and it's wonderful and not too difficult with some help from the supermarket. I used chopped Canadian bacon in place of the ham. I also have an egg poacher insert so I didn't make the poached eggs the way it said to in the recipe.
Easy to make and great for breakfast with tea or coffee. This is nice to make when you are craving blueberries but fresh berries are hard to find. I usually use about 1 to 1 1/2 cans pie filling but the original recipe calls for 2 full cans. The recipe comes from Natural Temptations.
Johnny cake is another name for cornpone or cornmeal bread, shortened from journey-cake. This version adds blueberries and is wonderful served for breakfast. Frozen blueberries will not work as well but if they are thoroughly drained, they can be used.
This coffee cake blends two of my favorites -- blueberries and cranberries! If using frozen berries, you do not need to thaw them before folding into the batter. The recipe comes from the Catalpa Tree Bed and Breakfast.
Serve this quiche with a fresh fruit for a wonderful meal. For something different, you can change up the cheese -- Monterey jack with green chilies, diced ham with Cheddar or bacon bits, sauteed onions and Jarlsberg.
This recipe can be used as a topping for baked goods, pies or crisps. It will keep for at least a month in the refrigerator in a well sealed jar or longer if frozen. The recipe comes from the Stepping Stones B & B.