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    Breakfast Recipes - National Breakfast Month

    Today I discovered that September is National Breakfast Month. Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Maybe some of you would like to share your favorite breakfast recipes here to celebrate National Breakfast Month? It would be a nice place for us to to check for new breakfast ideas.

    One of my favorite breakfasts to have is biscuits and gravy. This also tastes good using breakfast potatoes in place of biscuits. I was at a restaurant and they were out of biscuits and offered potatoes in it's place. It is very good both ways. I'm cutting and pasting a recipe here because I never measure. This recipe calls for salt only but I add black pepper too. I've made it with Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage (all kinds of different flavored ones and they are all good.) Have also made it with mild Italian sausage and it was good that way too.

    I'm looking forward to cooler temperatures so I can make this again soon.

    https://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/un...b-ad2f3c7497ec

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    Home made granola, made with dried cranberries and walnuts. A sliced banana added at the last minute if I have one. Fresh coffee, black.

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      #3
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      I am passing fond of fresh tomato omelets in the summer. Just make a regular plain omelet, and just before the fold and serve, fill it with fresh chopped tomato and a hefty dollop of sour cream. When in the mood, I add fresh chopped basil as a garnish.

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        I'm still a bagel/cream cheese and lox girl. But I switched out to English muffins, not so much bread. Add some tomato and onion or capers. It's more of a late morning meal, I don't usually eat breakfast.
        🌺 Lorie

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          Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post
          I'm still a bagel/cream cheese and lox girl. But I switched out to English muffins, not so much bread. Add some tomato and onion or capers. It's more of a late morning meal, I don't usually eat breakfast.
          OK I give up. Capers. What is that?? What does it taste like?

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            It has got to be homemade cheese and grits with scrambled eggs and side of sausage and two cups of fresh coffee! Yummmm I will be good until dinner time. I getting hungry now!! LOL

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              Originally posted by jjkaiser View Post
              OK I give up. Capers. What is that?? What does it taste like?
              Little pops of flavor.

              http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/0...n_1276491.html
              🌺 Lorie

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                Oh my goodness! I have so many favorite breakfast recipes, many of them can also serve as a lunch or supper as well. My current favorites are:

                Spinach and Smashed Egg Toast: http://smittenkitchen.com/blog/2013/...hed-egg-toast/ (I don't care for the dijon mustard, though)

                Caprese Avocado Toast: http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-capr...o-toast-232930

                Others that I enjoy are:

                Huevo Rancheros: https://smittenkitchen.com/2008/07/huevos-rancheros/

                Country Breakfast Bowl (freezer meals): http://www.budgetbytes.com/2013/06/c...wls-freezable/

                Breakfast quesadilla: http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-the-...sadilla-227334

                My daughter learned to enjoy baked beans with her breakfast while in England. The baked beans don't have the molasses sweetening that we are used to in the US. I found this recipe and make up a batch, freezing it into small portions:

                English Baked Beans: http://www.smallwalletbigappetite.co...daysupper.html I'll eat this on the side with scrambled or fried eggs - or - wait for it - on an English muffin!

                I also like to take an egg breakfast casserole recipe and divide it into single serving disposable containers. Freeze them, and then take one out as needed and bake in the oven.
                If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.- Zig Ziglar

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                  We regularly do breakfast for dinner in my house. But my all time favorite breakfast is poached eggs with bacon and a cup of tea. I do them for myself as no one else like them in my house.
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                    Here is my husbands' and his friend's favorite breakfast meal. When they play cards, he spends the night (lives out of town) and I get this one fixed up for them for early morning breakfast.
                    Brunch Casserole
                    8 slices of bread, whole or cubed ( I always cube mine and sometimes I use leftover hard rolls, hamburger buns)
                    6 eggs
                    2 cups of milk
                    2 cups grated or shredded cheddar cheese
                    2 pounds of cooked and crumbled sausage
                    1 can cream of mushroom soup undiluted
                    Grease or use Pam spray to a 9x13 inch cake pan. Add the bread to the pan. Mix egg, milk and pour over the bread. I cover the pan with foil and refrigerate overnight. Also I cook the sausage the night before so it is ready to go into the casserole in the morning.,
                    In the morning mix the sausage and the soup together and spread over the egg and bread mixture. Top with the grated cheese. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for an hour. Serve with fresh fruit. Delicious
                    You can also add some sliced mushrooms, peppers, or other seasoning. Enjoy.

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                      OMG you guys are making my tummy rumble. I'm a coffee only in the morning gal (preferrably intravenously).
                      Sandy B.
                      "A heart that gives will never be empty."

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                        Hubby usually cooks breakfast, and he does an amazing job with fried eggs, bacon, fried tomatoes, sourdough toast and fresh ground coffee.

                        BUT he says I have the BEST quiche he's ever tasted!

                        So here's the recipe I use:

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                        Sausage / Asparagus / Mushroom Quiche

                        1 frozen deep-dish pie crust, thawed and pre-baked
                        1/2 pound pork sausage (cut 1-lb sausage roll in half)
                        1/2 pk chopped fresh asparagus, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
                        1/4 onion, chopped
                        3 sliced fresh mushrooms
                        1 teaspoon fresh garlic, chopped or pressed
                        1/4 cup butter for sautéing vegetables
                        2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
                        1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese
                        1 cup heavy cream
                        3 eggs, beaten
                        1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
                        1 tablespoon melted butter
                        1 tablespoon lemon juice
                        1/4 cup feta cheese
                        1 tablespoon fresh cilantro, chopped
                        1/4 teaspoon salt
                        1/8 teaspoon pepper


                        1. After pre-baking pie shell to golden brown, set crust aside and lower oven temp to 350.

                        2. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat, and stir in the sausage. Cook and stir until the sausage is crumbly, evenly browned. Pour into a separate bowl. If your sausage is oily, blot with a paper towel.

                        3. Melt butter and add asparagus, onions, mushrooms and garlic to the skillet. Cook and stir until the mushrooms are a light golden brown and asparagus is tender, about 5 minutes.

                        4. Combine mixture with sausage; add parmesan cheese and 1-1/2 cup of the Cheddar cheese.

                        5. Spread mixture evenly over the bottom of pie crust (do NOT mash or pat into shell).

                        6. Combine the cream, eggs, flour, butter, lemon juice, feta cheese, cilantro, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl. Pour into the pastry crust, allowing egg mixture to thoroughly cover the sausage mixture. (You don't have to use all of this if it's overflowing.)

                        7. Sprinkle top with remaining 1/2 cup Cheddar cheese.

                        8. Carefully place on foil-lined cookie sheet and bake at 350 until light and puffy, 35-40 minutes (or do the toothpick test). Allow to stand 10 minutes before slicing.


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                          #13
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                          All of these recipes sound delicious! Now I am looking forward to trying these. Thank you!

                          Another favorite of mine that I haven't made for a while is creamed eggs. It's a comfort food (to me) - something my grandmother made when I was a kid. Here's a link to a recipe for it.

                          http://allrecipes.com/recipe/19718/creamed-eggs/

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                            Cool..... When I was first married I made something like your creamed eggs and loving husband said I didn't need to keep that recipe >LOL I recall that it was called "Eggs a la Goldenrods" Hard cooked eggs in a white cream sauce served on toasted bread. I loved it, but he didn't so the recipe is gone.

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                              Originally posted by Patty J View Post
                              Cool..... When I was first married I made something like your creamed eggs and loving husband said I didn't need to keep that recipe >LOL I recall that it was called "Eggs a la Goldenrods" Hard cooked eggs in a white cream sauce served on toasted bread. I loved it, but he didn't so the recipe is gone.
                              I love this!!! In our 46 years of marriage I have had a "few" of those recipes...I loved them, he NOT SO MUCH!!!! notice the 4 !!!!? But, we survived. Actually your recipe sounds pretty good! I'm betting it was a budget and $ saving recipe? You know the "a la' makes it sound pretty French and gourmet.
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