FEB
18
2015

Ham, Egg, & Cheese Bagel Breakfast Sandwich

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Hi everyone, I have another fast and easy breakfast recipe for you today! My son loves breakfast sandwiches and he loves bagels. So he’s been asking for these breakfast bagels quite a bit lately. And they’re super easy too, which is just what I need! Ingredients: Bagels Eggs Cheese Ham (You can use sausage patties too!) Butter or cooking spray Directions: Melt a couple of tablespoons of butter in a skillet on medium heat. You can substitute cooking spray if you like, it’s mainly to keep the eggs from sticking. Crack an egg in to the skillet, and cook until done on one side, then flip. Place your bagel open sides down onto the skillet just to toast it a bit and heat it up. If you like you can warm a piece of ham or cook a sausage patty in the skillet as well. Once your egg is done, simply place the bottom half of the bagel on a plate and top it with the egg, ham slice, cheese, and the top half of the bagel. And voila’! You’re done! Egg, ham, and … [Read more...]

FEB
04
2015

Egg in a Hole

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Wondering what to make for breakfast this morning? Kids don’t want cereal again, but you don’t have much time? Try Egg in a Hole! It’s super fast, super easy, and only takes eggs, bread, and a little butter! YAY! Ready, set, go! Ingredients: Bread Round cookie Cutter (Or you can cut out a center hole using a knife.) Eggs Butter Directions: Melt a few tablespoons of butter in a skillet, or electric skillet on medium heat. Cut a hole out of the center of your bread slices, and set aside. Place the bread into the skillet, then crack open an egg and carefully pour it into the hole in the bread. Cook until browned on one side, then flip and cook the other. You might need to add a little more butter to the pan when you flip it. I usually make one per person, and inevitably I end up making more. But they cook so quickly it’s no biggie. While those are cooking, I also add in the “hole” part of the bread into the pan as well, make sure you get a little melted … [Read more...]

FEB
14
2013

Yummy Homemade Pancake Recipe

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Good morning readers!  Today I wanted to share a yummy homemade pancake recipe with you! I’m still working on perfecting these, but for the most part the kiddos like them just as good as the frozen waffles that you pop in the toaster and they’re just as easy, but full of good things instead of processed ingredients that no one can pronounce!   Ingredients: 1 1/4 cup whole wheat flour (You can also substitute regular white flour, but it’s just not quite as healthy.) 1 Tbsp sugar (Can substitute 1 Tbsp honey) 2 tsp baking powder 1 cup milk 2 Tbsp lemon juice or 1 Tbsp Vanilla (Both offer a great flavor to the pancakes, we prefer the lemon.) 1 egg, beaten Optional: 1/4 c your favorite ingredient. Some ideas we like: white chocolate chips, blue berries, strawberries. Directions: Mix all ingredients in a bowl and cook on flat skillet until browned on both sides. Top with a pat of butter and the syrup of your choice. Variation: Another … [Read more...]

SEP
06
2012

Easy Breakfast Bake Recipe!

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5.0 from 4 reviews Print Easy Breakfast Bake Recipe! Author: Erica @ Confessions of a Homeschooler Recipe type: Breakfast Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  45 mins Total time:  1 hour Serves: 8-10   Easy egg and sausage breakfast bake. Ingredients 1 lb bulk breakfast sausage 6 slices white bread 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese 6 eggs 2 c. milk 1 tsp. salt ½ tsp. black pepper 1 tsp. dry mustard ½ lb sliced mushrooms Instructions Brown sausage in skillet and drain well. Tear bread into pieces and place in the bottom of a lightly greased 9x 13 casserole dish. Cover bread with sausage, cheese, and mushrooms. Beat eggs, milk, salt, pepper and mustard and pour over the ingredients in the pan. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Place in COLD oven, then set oven to 350 °F for 45 minutes. 2.2.8   I have a wonderful and very easy breakfast recipe for you today! This is a sausage & egg breakfast bake recipe … [Read more...]

JUN
21
2012

Healthy Smoothie Recipes

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I always get a lot of questions regarding my yummy smoothie recipe since we make it almost daily in my monthly meal plans for breakfast. Due to its popularity I thought I’d finally give the smoothie it’s own post!   We make these almost daily, especially in the summer months when fruit is so tasty and refreshing! Smoothies are a healthy and yummy way to start your day, and my kiddos love them. Now that Strawberry Shortcake knows how to make them, she likes to experiment with whatever we have on hand. Here is our basic smoothie recipe, along with some of our favorite variations. My Smoothie Recipe: Ingredients: 1 banana (frozen is better, but I will work at room temp.) 2 cups frozen strawberries (Again, room temp is okay) 1 cup milk 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt (We prefer frozen yogurt) 1/2 cup orange juice Optional: 2-3 teaspoons honey to taste (The plain fruit can be a bit sour, but the orange juice helps with this, so try it before adding … [Read more...]

JUL
06
2010

Waffle Egg & Cheese Sandwich

I tried this recipe after seeing it on Muffin Tin Mom a while back. I had one child not too fond of it, but she also doesn’t like eggs a whole lot. This recipe is from Incredible Egg, if you haven’t already, check out their site, they have tons of great recipes! Ingredients: Frozen Waffles (2 per sandwich) 1 egg, beaten 1 slice colby-jack or american cheese optional: 1 slice Canadian bacon Directions: HEAT oven to 400°F. Spray baking sheet with cooking spray and put frozen waffles on baking sheet. Spoon egg over waffles, spreading to fill cavities. (Careful here, it overflows quickly!) Top with Canadian bacon slice. BAKE in 400°F oven until egg is set and waffles are crisp, 10 to 12 minutes. TOP one waffle with cheese. COVER with remaining waffle and press together. LET STAND 1 minute to allow cheese to melt. Serve with your favorite fruit or smoothie and enjoy! … [Read more...]

JUN
07
2010

Whole Grain Belgium Waffles

Ingredients: 2 eggs, beaten 1 3/4 cup skim milk 1/4 cup canola oil 1/4 cup unsweetened apple sauce (I used cinnamon apple sauce) 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 C whole wheat flour (Can substitute: 1 c whole wheat flour, 1/2 c flax seed, 1/4 c wheat germ, 1/4 c all purpose flour) 4 tsp baking powder 1 Tbsp sugar 1/4 tsp salt Optional: 1/4 c white chocolate chips ;o) Directions: I have a Toastmaster Belgian Waffle Baker but its old, so I’m sure they have newer fancier ones now! Step 1: Preheat waffle iron. In large bowl whisk together eggs, milk, oil, apple sauce, vanilla. Step 2: Stir in remaining dry ingredients until batter is smooth. (You may have to add a little extra flour if its too runny, I didn’t measure that well!) Step 3: Pour batter into waffle iron and cook until golden! (Spray waffle iron if it’s not non-stick) Step 4: Serve with favorite fresh fruit and Agave Nectar (See below) Makes about 14 waffles I use Agave Nectar from Mudhava instead of syrup. Agave is a natural … [Read more...]

MAY
15
2010

Whole Wheat Pancakes

I have to admit that my children still like Bisquick better, but in an attempt to be slightly more healthy we make these instead. They are pretty good and I feel a little better about eating them! Ingredients: 1 1/4 cup whole wheat flour 1 Tbsp sugar (Can substitute 1 Tbsp honey) 2 tsp baking powder 1 cup milk 2 Tbsp lemon juice 1 egg, beaten Optional: 1/4 c your favorite ingredient. Some ideas we like: white chocolate chips, blue berries, strawberries. Directions:Mix all ingredients in a bowl and cook on flat skillet until browned on both sides. Top with a pat of butter and Agave Nectar. Makes about 14 small pancakes, see above photo. I use Agave Nectar from Mudhava instead of syrup. Agave is a natural liquid sweetener made from the extract of the wild agave. It can be pricey, so I buy bulk and just refill the little container! Note: You can make extras of this and freeze them in a Gallon Ziploc freezer bag. Just thaw before ready to eat, and re-heat in your toaster! … [Read more...]