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    Rise And Shine!

    I've never been much of a breakfast eater, but my DH is. So, now I'm collecting breakfast recipes that sound good. Not too many eggs, though, 'cause I just can't deal with them!
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    23 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    This one was given to me by a girlfriend and it was yummy (we had regular size). Still have to make it myself. I have included cooking the bacon in the cooking time. UPDATE quizzed the girlfriend, she gave the recipe as is not as she does - so o'kay the difference is she used 6 slices of short rindless bacon (which is basically just the bacon meat only - no fat), therefore yes you would need the oil, she felt that way was healthier than the bacon fat.

    Recipe #264533

    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.)

    Recipe #28648

    I can't wait to try this recipe. Very simple but beautiful and tasty. From Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #281572

    7 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    I viewed the recipes already posted and here's yet another version from Jeff Smith, The Frugal Gourmet. The prep time given is for cooking on the stove top and does not include chilling overnight.

    Recipe #112396

    Got this from a nutritionist friend of mine. It has flax seed, and walnuts are good for you - the only nut that has omega 3's. Sometimes I'll also add a cup of sunflower seeds. My daughter loves it and a 8 yo friend was over and tried it. His comment: "This is tasty!" I gave the recipe to his mom and she made it for a school function and it was a hit! I use rolled oats, but you could use quick oats too. I use this on top of fruit and yogurt for a healthy breakfast.

    Recipe #201000

    4 Reviews |  By Hadice

    My Mom literally makes this granola every other day. It barely makes it off the cookie sheet before it is gone. Great as a cereal with milk, as a snack, as a topping to yogurt, OR dare I say, a topping to create fruit crisp. I like to make mine with milk chocolate chips or dried cranberries, but you can add any extras you like!

    Recipe #395879

    These are perfect for breakfast! I modified the recipe a little bit and I half the recipe. I use less fat sausage and crescent dough. I think they would be excellent as an appetizer with hot sausage. Chilling time is not included in the prep or cook time.

    Recipe #140660

    This recipe was printed in a Heloise column in our local newspaper several years ago. The waffles are light and crispy and they freeze well.

    Recipe #426286

    This is a slightly lightened version of our favorite buttermilk syrup. The sugar and butter are a little less than the original recipe, but it tastes as wonderful as ever! We like it on pancakes, french toast and waffles.

    Recipe #417176

    The owner of Birk's Gashaus a B&B in Hermann, MO gave me this recipe to with french toast. It's really easy and yummy!

    Recipe #37173

    My recipe for turkey sausage.

    Recipe #365364

    This is a great make ahead mix to be made on busy mornings or given as gifts. I usually make a triple batch to give as Christmas presents

    Recipe #365339

    I concocted this recipe uses Brennen's Recipe for Bananas Foster. Brennen's Restaurant in New Orleans is where the dessert was created, so this is authentic. Give it a try--it's perfect for brunch and the presentation is spectacular (prepare the sauce where your guests can see).

    Recipe #249862

    Adapted from The Rockwood Bakery in Spokane, Washington. I've reduced the sugar content in the original recipe and also cut the recipe in half to yield a more manageable portion. This version makes about 2 full cookie sheets of granola. Source: The Spokesman-Review newspaper.

    Recipe #354537

    1 Reviews |  By swissms

    From The Lodge at Red River Ranch, Bicknell, UT. Published in Bon Appetit, November 2000. This granola makes a great breakfast served with milk, or a good snack eaten plain. I add raisins, dried cranberries or dried cherries. I also use pecans in place of the walnuts. You could add coconut or other dried fruits. Sometimes I add a little cinnamon. The milk powder and flour help to create nice 1"-1.5" chunks of granola. It can be made up to two weeks ahead.

    Recipe #345578

    Fragrant and lean sausage to go with fresh farm eggs for breakfast! It doesn't get any better than this.*Please take note, this is a lean sausage. Don't overcook.

    Recipe #258450

    This recipe appears in the recipe book titled 'Angels and Friends II' from Youngstown, Ohio. It's revenue benefits the Easter Seals Society in that city. I have served this many times to company with great reviews!!

    Recipe #332813

    36 Reviews |  By WJKing

    This is delicious served with syrup or ketchup - your preference, and served alongside eggs. We also like to eat it here in Lancaster County with milk - or just browned butter - right after it's cooked. (before putting it in the loaf pan) Otherwise, pour it into the loaf pan & let it cool, then keep it in the refrigerator until cooled completely & it can easily be sliced. This recipe is so simple, I was almost embarrassed to post - but it's what we eat here - and I've seen numerous requests for this - so here it is! ENJOY!

    Recipe #47670

    This is the best way to cook bacon. It cooks more evenly this way and more importantly, it requires little attention. The most wonderful part is you don't have grease spatters on your stove!

    Recipe #208501

    These are unique and flavorful waffles. Recipe is from Simple and Delicious.

    Recipe #323680

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