Hot Breakfast in a Hurry

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16 Responses

  1. V.R.B. says:


  2. Heather T. says:

    Those are amazing recipes–I wish I weren’t on a diet, and that my child would eat anything but Raisin Bran… Thanks so much for sharing them–I’m filing them for later!

  3. theresaa says:

    Thanks for the amazing recipes.. I will have to try them they all sound good.

  4. Lily B. says:

    Well like many mid-easterners right now, we are stuck in the house under a mountain of snow outside so if you could tell us something CREATIVE and FUN that everyone could help make to add some excitement during our cabin fever that would be great!  Five things I have in the house right now are eggs, american cheese slices, wheat bread, english muffins, and strawberry yogurt.  And lots of spices and condiments of course! 

  5. Crystal says:

    I love these!!! They are great and we will use them. My kids love the fact that we do eat pizza for breakfast.

  6. Drew says:

    Fennel Bulb
    Feta Cheese

  7. Shell Perry says:

    Well I admit that your suggestions in the article are little exotic for my family but the recipes are great and I will probably use more than one. The best I can do in a hurry is pancakes. Since I can never make just a small amount of batter, I make a lot and divide it up and add different things to the sections; Brown sugar, or fruit and so on. I cook up the pancakes and then freeze the left over. Two minutes in a micro and they are as good as fresh.

  8. Shell Perry says:

     I forgot my ingredients.

    bell pepper

  9. For Lily B.’s ingredients of eggs, american cheese slices, wheat bread, english muffins, and strawberry yogurt…You have the perfect ingredients for both a breakfast frittata and cinnamon wedges dunked in strawberry dip! Cut the wheat bread into cubes and place the cubes in the bottom of a shallow baking dish that you’ve sprayed with cooking spray. At this point, you can top the bread with any leftovers (diced ham, turkey, chicken, cooked sausage, bell peppers, onions, fresh herbs). Set aside.  Whisk the eggs with a little milk (if you have it, don’t worry if you don’t!) and season with salt and pepper (and oregano, garlic powder and onion powder if you have it). Pour the eggs over the bread. Top eggs with the American cheese (dice the cheese slices). Bake in a preheated 375 degree oven for 25 to 30 minutes, until the eggs are set and cheese is melted and bubbly.

    Toast the English muffins and brush with melted butter (or spray with cooking spray). Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar. Cut into wedges and serve alongside the yogurt (for dipping). Enjoy!!

  10. Jeannette R. says:

    Awesome! Just what I needed! A breath of fresh air! My winter ideas for meals were starting to become a bit repetitious. I’m so glad for your posting!

  11. Laura Dillon says:

    I can’t wait to try all f these recipes.  I especially love the crock pot idea!  With 3 kids and as a teacher in Oregon Connections Academy, I am always looking for healthy and nutritious snacks and meals for my family.  I also need “fast” since we are always busy!
    Thank you!

  12. Danielle McFarland says:

    Mmmm those sound like great recipes! Ill have to get my parents to fix them up!
    Five things in my house right now are:
    1. Apple Butter
    4.Pancake mix
    Plus a bunch of  condiments!

  13. For Drew’s ingredients:
    Make a fabulous fennel-grapefruit salad! The licorice flavor is the perfect partner for tangy grapefruit and salty feta cheese. In a bowl, combine sliced fennel bulb, grapefruit sections (save the grapefruit juice that sneaks out!), and fresh blueberries. Toss together with the extra grapefruit juice and season with salt and black pepper. If you want, you could add a little good-quality olive oil. Top with feta cheese just before serving.

  14. For Shell Perry’s ingredients:
    Egg and Pepper Crepes! Use the Bisquick to make a very thin pancake batter and cook the batter in a small skillet to make tortilla-like crepes. Sauté the onions, celery and bell pepper together until soft. Add whisked eggs and cooked until eggs are cooked (but not dry). Spoon egg mixture into crepes and roll up.

    For Danielle’s ingredients:
    How about Stuffed French Toast?! Spread the apple butter between slices of bread. Whisk the eggs (with a little milk, cinnamon and sugar if you have it). Dunk the apple butter “sandwiches” in the eggs and turn to coat both sides. Cook on a hot griddle (that’s been coated with cooking spray) until the egg is cooked and golden brown.

  15. Shell says:

    Awesome ideas, thanks!

  16. Brigit says:

    I really liked this post. I am always wanting a different type of breakfast for my kids that doesn’t include sugar coated cereal or expensive items. I do have one question, how am I suppose to make the crock pot type dishes that call to cook for hours if I’m not up in time to start them? Some people say to set the crock pot on a timer but is that ok to do? I mean leaving the ingredients in the crock pot out all night long?

    Thanks for the recipes and thanks for the advice.

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