Posts Tagged ‘toast’

One Eyed Jacks

Saturday, May 28th, 2011
One Eyed Jack (with broken yolk)

One Eyed Jack (with broken yolk)

One Eyed Jacks

I love this simple dish for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a snack.  Serve it with bacon or fruit on the side.  If I add cheese on top I call them Sleeping One Eyed Jacks.
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Breakfast Poppers

Saturday, April 9th, 2011
Breakfast Poppers

Breakfast Poppers

Breakfast Poppers

These tasty little bites are great for brunch, especially if you’re having company.  Everything is cooked in the oven, at one time — eggs, bacon, and toast.  There’s no need to worry about making sure all the eggs are done and hot at the same time, because they will be.  While the Breakfast Poppers bake you have time to prep any other items such as fruit and coffee.
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Cheese Souffle

Sunday, January 30th, 2011
Cheese Souffle

Cheese Souffle

Adapted from The Art of Simple Cooking

A soufflé is notoriously equated with difficult to make.  This is not so.  If you can separate eggs and make a standard béchamel sauce, you can make a soufflé.  The key is to keep the oven door closed once the soufflé is in the oven.  Also, serve the soufflé immediately.  They don’t wait around when removed from the oven.  While baking you have plenty of time to make a salad and some toast.  These are my favorite sides to serve with a soufflé.  Feel free to change the cheese or herbs to make different flavors of soufflés.
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Cinnamon Bread

Saturday, January 8th, 2011
Sliced Cinnamon Bread Loaf

Sliced Cinnamon Bread Loaf

Here’s an easy, slightly sweet breakfast bread.  Great for breakfast, a snack with tea, or French toast.  The smell of this bread just out of the oven is delicious.
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Brown Butter French Toast

Saturday, July 10th, 2010
Brown Butter French Toast

Brown Butter French Toast

I love making this dish on a lazy Saturday or Sunday morning.  Heating the butter so it browns gives the French toast a sweet, nutty taste.  A hint of nutmeg and vanilla boosts the flavor even more.  It’s great topped with a sprinkling of powdered sugar and jam.
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