breakfast

You’ve gotta try this if you like eggs and pizza. Struggle to fit in enough vegetables for the day? Try this veggie style egg pizza for breakfast. Eat it with a fork, or hold it like a pizza. Pizza for Breakfast An Amazon Associate can earn from qualifying purchases. Therefore, if you decide to make a purchase through the Amazon links in this blog post, that means Amazon pays a commission to the Amazon Associate for it. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you. Do you like eggs for breakfast? I likeRead More →

My vegetarian breakfast menu for today was oatmeal (the minute-cooking kind), toast, and apple slices. Easy breakfast for kiddos. It’s filling, nutritious, and it’s quick to prepare. Good thing because when my three little grandchildren are hungry, having to wait is not a priority. My granddaughters are used to having honey in their oats. I make it for them like their mom makes it for them – oats and honey cooled with an ice cube. I like butter and milk in my oatmeal. This is acceptable by lacto-vegetarians because they use dairy products. However, if you are an ovo-vegetarian and you prefer not to use dairy, you could leave theRead More →

Print Yum Egg, Turkey Sausage, & Swiss Chard Breakfast Yield: 2 servingsCalories per serving: 344Fat per serving: 22.47 Begin the day with this protein-packed Egg, Turkey Sausage, and Swiss Chard Breakfast.Ingredients2 English muffins 2 Fried Eggs 2 Turkey Sausage Patties 2 cups Cooked Swiss chard 1 tablespoon Coconut Oil 1/2 Yellow Onion 2 teaspoons butter InstructionsChop up the Swiss chard and onion. Heat the electric griddle to about 300 degrees, add the coconut oil, and fry the Swiss chard and onion until tender. Add the eggs to the griddle, and fry according to your preference. Cook the sausages in the microwave, and toast the muffins.Read More →

Ribbon Cane Syrup – a Breakfast Food   NOTE: This post contains an affiliate link which means if you click on it and make a purchase, I make a commission. This doesn’t cost you anything additional. These commissions help to keep the rest of my content free, so thank you! How can you go from craving homemade salsa and chips to ribbon cane syrup? It’s simple. When you grow a garden, especially one with several tomato plants, you constantly have tomatoes and peppers. Add an herb garden to that, and you mix in cilantro, dill, and any other tasty greens to make an original homemadeRead More →