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    One of my favorite things to eat for either breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

    Recipe #144566

    Juicy British bangers (sausages) with baked beans, fresh eggs, fried bread fingers and tomatoes. Yup! It's bold and brash, but a great brunch idea for those days when half a grapefruit and some cereal just doesn't tick the boxes! I cook this on a griddle - it is easier to fit all the food on at the same time, and if you spray the griddle with oil, it is healthier too. Yes, you can add bacon or potatoes or even mushrooms, but we like this simple combination of bangers, beans, egg and tomatoes with fingers of crispy fried bread. Quantities listed are suggestions for two greedy people; please do adjust the amounts to suit your personal requirements. This sets you up for the day, especially if served with freshly squeezed orange juice and a pot of tea. We are normally too full to have toast, but toast and marmalade would be a great accompaniment if you have room!

    Recipe #415695

    6 Reviews |  By MsSally

    This is a standby breakfast for DH and I in the summer time when tomatoes are ripe and flavorful. You could use this for lunch or dinner also. We have breakfast for dinner about once a week here.

    Recipe #250874

    1 Reviews |  By Kasha

    From 'Femme Actuelle' women's magazine in France, Sophie Dudemaine's recipe. I'm posting the original recipe as written but I didn't use all zucchini, I used part grated carrot and a big handful of chopped chicken too. For herbs, I used fresh basil and parsley. For cheese, I used half feta and half Swiss, as that was what I had in the house. This would be a very forgiving recipe and lots of different things could be used.

    Recipe #221762

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    Ohh this makes for an such and easy breakfast! I suppose cheddar could be used instead of Colby, but Colby seems to melt a little better!

    Recipe #420707

    An interesting twist on an old favorite

    Recipe #133022

    Post for ZWT 5. In Spain this traditional omelet is better known as a tortilla. Many times enjoyed as a late supper. This is the traditional recipe but I like to add sliced red pepper to it! Recipe from Food Network.

    Recipe #370872

    31 Reviews |  By iewe

    Found this on a Swedish recipe site... My husband used to make something similar to this (though he never measured anything!) :)

    Recipe #428116

    This cheesy strata makes a wonderful brunch dish that you can assemble the night before. You may use Ham Or Chicken in this recipe with Asparagus or Broccoli. Adapated from Better Homes & Gardens. Chill time is 2 to 24 hours not included in prep time.

    Recipe #85885

    From Recipesource, this is a lovely way to use chive blossoms!

    Recipe #126160

    A recipe from Taste of Home that I made yesterday for breakfast. I loved it.

    Recipe #414234

    Great for breakfast, picnics or just a snack.

    Recipe #94624

    Easy Denver type omelet that is BAKED in the oven- no flipping! So you can continue getting ready or enjoy some coffee and the paper instead of slaving over the stove! Found on The Scandinavian Society of Nova Scotia website and altered to my taste.

    Recipe #137324

    This makes a tasty and different breakfast, brunch or snack. Sweet soy sauce, also called ketjap manis should be available in most large stores or Asian stores. If you can't find it, just use dark soy sauce mixed with a little clear, runny honey instead.

    Recipe #409751

    Recipe #359570

    From the Hungry Girl 200 under 200 Cookbook. This is another breakfast recipe that is terrific with lots of flavor but few calories. This makes 1 serving so if wanting to serve to guests, you need to make one per person. I used a 6 inch long little baking dish and it worked out great. The book recommends a 5-6 inch wide round baking dish.

    Recipe #398333

    I absolutely love feta cheese and always looking for recipes to incorporate it in. This is an easy breakfast my family loves.

    Recipe #305971

    1 Reviews |  By Cynna

    I'm not sure where the name comes from, but I thought it was cute. This is a yummy and healthy breakfast or brunch fare for anyone.

    Recipe #218733

    I was hungry and didn't have much in the fridge, so I just tossed some stuff together and it ended up like a moon's over my hammy with a twist.

    Recipe #261350

    A recipe we made up while bicycle touring but it would be good while camping or at home too. The apples help make the porridge more interesting when you don't have brown sugar to hand. We have tried adding bananas too but they are best just sliced on top of the porridge, not cooked along with the oats.

    Recipe #197588

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