One of my favorite breakfast meals is biscuits and sausage gravy. I just love tender biscuits covered in thick and creamy sausage gravy. I prefer a spicy sausage in mine, but with the kids eating my food these days, I have to opt for mild. Sad but they will grow up soon. Then I can get back to the spicy stuff. The great thing about this recipe, is that it works with any type of sausage that you enjoy!
Dana and I went to Hash House A Go Go a last year when we went to Mohegan Sun Casino. It was an amazing breakfast. We both had a farm house scramble. Basically it is a biscuit topped with griddled potatoes, veggies, meat, eggs and cheese. Basically the best combination possible. We have been talking about it for a while now. After making homemade biscuits the other day, we thought it would be a great idea to make our own farmhouse scrambles at home. My take uses sausage and a pepper medley. Totally Awesome!
My son loves pancakes. It is his number one requested item. So I was in search of a delicious, yet easy recipe to make for him. The recipe had to be easy as he always requests them at the crack of dawn. So I usually am not 100%. This recipe is simple and delicious!
I am on a huge breakfast sandwich kick right now. No idea, but I love the combination of sausage, egg and cheese. However, this new kick has not been to good to my waistline. So I decided to find out a way to eat my favorite meal and keep my stomach happy while keep my waistline in check.
Quick Turkey Breakfast Sausage
Add brown sugar, kosher salt, black pepper, sage, thyme marjoram and red pepper flakes to a bowl and mix.
Add the ground turkey. Mix thoroughly to combine.
Form the mixture into 2-3 oz patties and pan fry over medium/ high heat for about 4-5 minutes per side.
Serve as is or along with a fried egg and cheese in a breakfast sandwich.
- 1 pounds ground turkey
- 1 tbs brown sugar
- 1½ tsp kosher salt
- 1 tsp ground black pepper
- 1 tsp ground sage
- 1 tsp ground thyme
- ½ tsp dried marjoram
- ½ tsp red pepper flakes (optional)
- Add brown sugar, kosher salt, black pepper, sage, thyme marjoram and red pepper flakes to a bowl and mix.
- Add the ground turkey. Mix thoroughly to combine.
- Form the mixture into 2-3 oz patties and pan fry.
- Serve as is or along with a fried egg and cheese in a breakfast sandwich.
This sausage was flavorful, delicious and easy to make. Make sure to make nice and thin patties. I tried making a 4 oz patty that was similar to a hamburger. It was delicious, but a ton of meat for 8 AM. It totally overpowered the egg and cheese. However, it was good, so if you like a lot of meat, try it out.
In the bbq world everyone talks about fatty’s. The Gist of it is a smoked log of sausage. I did a quick take on it by stuffing the log of sausage with my favorite breakfast items. It is hash browns, cheese and hard boiled eggs wrapped in sausage and bacon.
Waffles are one of my favorite breakfast treats. However, basic Belgium waffles take a little bit of time to make. You need to separate the eggs, whip the egg whites and fold them in. Early in the morning, the last thing that I want to do is all of that. I want a simple recipe that requires whisking one bowl and making waffles. Therefore, I found a super easy and delicious waffle recipe. Waffles in 10 minutes or less.
Super Easy Waffles – (From Epicurious)
- 2 cups flour
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 3/4 cups milk
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 2 eggs
Combine the flour, baking powder, and salt in a big mixing bowl. Whisk the milk, sugar, vegetable oil, and eggs together in a mixing bowl.
Gradually pour the milk mixture into the dry mixture. Stir until blended. Don’t worry if there are a few lumps. This will happen. Make sure not to over-mix the ingredients. You want light and fluffy waffles.
Pour the batter into your waffle maker and cook according to your waffle maker instructions. Each waffle maker is different, so the amount of batter needed varies. Cook for 4-6 minutes or until the waffle maker stops steaming. The lack of steam is a sure fire way to determine when the waffles are done.
If you like your waffles a little crispy, add a minute to the cook time after the waffle iron stops steaming.
These waffles are fast easy and delicious. You need to try these out.
On the weekend I like to cook breakfast whenever I get a chance. This Sunday I woke up early and started to read the September issue of Bon Appetit. I know it is October, but I just got around to it. It happens. Anyways, I came across a baked egg dish in the 5 ingredient section. It looked great and I just happened to have the ingredients available to make it.
Last year I made Bacon Pancakes and they were some of the best things that I have ever eaten. Actually they are one of my popular posts. So I decided to update the recipe and do it with waffles. Yep, bacon baked right into the center of the waffles. I think I might have a new winner for the best thing that I have ever made.
The other day I was strolling through the local Super Market when I came across an amazing loaf of Challah bread. I knew I had to make something with it. So I decided to make my favorite French Toast for dinner. Who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner. Plus, a little brown sugar and Cinnamon to round off my French Toast. The perfect complement for a savory sweet breakfast for dinner treat.
Top with a little powdered sugar and this breakfast treat is going prime time.
I love breakfast. Probably my favorite meal of the day. Mostly because it is the only meal where it is cool to eat bacon straight up. But secondly, because it is almost always served with potatoes. I love those crazy tubers. So I decided to whip up some potatoes. These potatoes are loaded with peppers and onions. They are almost a breakfast on their own.
Heck, top with an egg and you are good to go.
I have been experimenting with pizza crusts. So I have a ton of pizza dough lying around. You can only have so many pepperoni pizzas before you need to find something different. So I decided to try my hand at breakfast pizza. If you have been near a TV at all over the past couple of days you know that it has snowed here in DC. It has snowed a lot, roughly 27 inches. I have a front wheel drive car and there is no chance of me getting out of my house for another day at least. So I had to substitute a few ingredients in my breakfast pizza. Normally I would use salsa as the base, but since I had none and there was no way of me getting to the market. However, I did have a can of diced tomatoes. So I substituted that. It was still good, but salsa is the best.
The other day I was reading the December issue of Food and Wine and I came across this recipe and I had to try it. Roasted tomato sauce and eggs. So simple yet I had never even thought of trying it. Although it takes a bit to make it, the tomato sauce can be made ahead of time so that you can make a quick and easy dish.
Serve with some toasted slices of baguette and you have a great breakfast.
So I purchased a bunch of canned pumpkin and now I am unsure what to do with it all. So today I decided to break out the waffle iron and make some pumpkin pancakes. Pumpkin goes great with breakfast. Pumpkin pancakes are awesome, and honestly, who doesn’t sneak a slice of pumpkin pie in the morning. So here are some awesome pumpkin waffles.
These go great with warmed natural maple syrup.