A classic meal, Frittata Lyonnaise is packed full of onion, potato, sausage (or bacon), and gruyere cheese. It’s an amazing one pan breakfast that’s only 30 minutes from start to finish!
Crustless Spinach Quiche
A moist and tender crustless spinach quiche that’s full of flavour without all those added carbs. Proof that eating well doesn’t mean sacrificing! A great option for a low-carb diet!
4 Layer Breakfast Skillet
An entire breakfast buffet stacked up in just one skillet. A hash-brown base is loaded with scrambled eggs, ham, and cheese. The best part though: you can customize it any way you like, with anything you like. I’m going to be mixing up my next one by adding some onions, peppers, and mushrooms!
Deviled Eggs are a classic for a reason In our house summer means BBQ’s and birthday’s (We’ve got Uncle Alex and Logan in June, Oliver and Anna in July, and Bo and I in August). That means there are a lot of get-togethers happening in just three months. Growing up, I can’t think of a…
Bacon and Cheese Breakfast Strata
I figure if anything with bacon is a win, than adding cheese should just be a double win, right? I mean, I’m really not sure there’s much else that could be done with this to improve it, and I wasn’t even sure what a strata was before this morning. I just really wanted to use my…
Battered Style French Toast
I used to always make French Toast what I thought was the standard way. Throw a bunch of eggs in a bowl, whisk them together with a splash of milk and some cinnamon and cook them in a non-stick skillet. I still think that there’s a place for this style too. It’s nice and easy…
Manicotti with Meat Sauce
So, while the fresh egg pasta of my last post is great and all, I’m guessing it’s a lot more useful with the recipe for the actual meal. So, here goes, manicotti with meat sauce. You don’t have to use home made pasta though (obviously). Just, please don’t use those hard manicotti tubes. The ones…
Breakfast Loafs (aka Breakfast Muffins) I got the idea for this one last week from a poster on the bump. I couldn’t find a recipe on-line, so I had to wing it, but was pleasantly surprised! This is another Oliver approved breakfast!
Breakfast Scramble One day at work I decided that sausage, eggs, green pepper and onion would make one hell of a breakfast bake. Yeah, yeah, not the most original thing, I know. But still, it was great! Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes Serves: 4 Ingredients: 1 pkg frozen sausage mix, defrosted (it…