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    What's for breakfast? Potatoes for filling you up!

    [Cover photo by kiwidutch... .] My What’s for breakfast? series also includes cookbooks with recipes for baked 1-dish meals , baked goods , cereal , coffee cake , doughnuts & fritters , eggs & meat , fruit , pancakes & French toast and smoothies . If you want coffee, tea or cocoa with your breakfast, check out my Hot Drinks cookbook.
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    For the potato lovers in your family. This is a pretty flexible recipe, so feel free to change it around to suit your needs. Kids gobble it up too.

    Recipe #224533

    Recipe from Elle second cookbook. Really deeply delicious with a wonderful crunch.

    Recipe #189610

    a snack that will not make you feel too full up. If you haven't got corn flour use normal flour

    Recipe #172864

    Another wonderful recipe from my favorite award-winning cookbook and a great way to create a colorful and tasty concoction while using up some of your fresh garden vegetables. Nice vegetarian main meal for two or side dish for four. Be sure to use a shallow casserole so vegetables are tender in allotted time. Note that this may be prepared a couple of hours ahead, up to last cooking interval, if left at room temperature. (This recipe comes from a cookbook of the UP area of Michigan, which could be construed as Canada, so I'm submitting this for Zaar World Tour Canadian recipes.)

    Recipe #123402

    Eggs, Bacon (or sausage), Cheese and Homefries...YUMMY! This is a variation on another one of my recipes, but this one uses fresh potatoes instead of frozen hash browns. It's very versatile and adaptable.

    Recipe #151406

    4 Reviews |  By Dawnab

    I created this recipe based on flavors I love. Its easy, 5 ingredients, one dish. I sometimes make it into a meal by adding sliced kelbasa. I use Athenos garlic feta. You can substitute 1 cup cream and 1 cup milk for half and half.

    Recipe #99994

    Very delicious! Very rich and not too healthy!

    Recipe #133667

    1 Reviews |  By sheri77

    A quick throw together meal that will leave everyone begging for more..

    Recipe #127993

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    My husband loves these, he has even started making them himself. Lucky me.

    Recipe #47653

    2 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    I derived this recipe from "THE COUNTRY FAIR COOKBOOK" by L. Stallworth/R. Kennedy. I am sure you could substitute frozen hash browns for the cubed cooked potatoes.

    Recipe #86215

    This recipe appeared on the web site "Food Day" December 27, 1997

    Recipe #49641

    This is a delicious dish to have along with eggs, and toast for breakfast, or with your favorite meat, as a side dish. I also sometimes add chopped jalapeno peppers to this to give it a little twist.

    Recipe #52261

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I made Derfs Herbed Onion Potatoes recipe #32771 had left overs and came up with this pie! Just take note on my review. I added cooked crumbled bacon to my potatoes. I'm sure this will work without them! I'm actually eating it as I'm typing up this recipe.It's great for breakfast,snack, lunch, or a side to dinner. Easy to bring for a picnic, or a pot luck. You can make it with a pie crust just fill the pie crust and cook the first 15 minutes at 425 degrees then reduce the oven temperature to 325 degrees for 30 more minutes.

    Recipe #75234

    13 Reviews |  By ~jb4~

    This recipe was from Tony's Town Square restaurant at Walt Disney World. I have been making these for 6 years now. I have made them for Baby showers, Christmas brunch, you name it they are so versatile. They are a good potato to serve with just about everything. My family loves them.

    Recipe #93945

    While attending Edinburgh University years ago, I had a flatmate from the Orkney Islans. He cooked this stuff fairly often because it was dirt cheap to make. Now I cook it because most new dinner guests have never even heard of it, never mind eaten it.

    Recipe #16835

    Here is my newest weapon in my war against the high sodium content of the menu at most fast-food restaurants and at many diners. And these taste better too!

    Recipe #14556

    This is your basic fried potatoes and onions. Just the way my grandma use to make when I was growing up.

    Recipe #54674

    Unique crispy, golden hashbrown patties. Good for breakfast or dinner.

    Recipe #75922

    This is a quick and easy side-dish that doesn't take to much attention while you are working on the rest of dinner. It's also good with breakfast if you brown the potatoes a little bit extra.

    Recipe #91707

    We had these potatoes every single Sunday morning of my life and I still love them! I used to put lots of ketchup on them as a child, but now I am grown up (so I only put a little ketchup on them) HA!

    Recipe #59442

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