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Old 01-25-2013, 04:23 AM   #11
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I haven't tried quinoa. I am planning on it, but I think it will be like almost every other hot cereal- Me and ds like them and dh and dd don't. I think he only ate cold cereal growing up. We've tried to step away from it, but he complains about most every thing else.He likes eggs and sausage but if I gave it to him everyday he'd refuse to eat them ever again (he has done this with other foods). He's a big ole baby.

Wow-butter and toast I eat (with sliced bananas on top) big surprise I am the only one who will eat it. DD will eat wow-butter and apples, but not on toast. And dh refuses to eat wow-butter unless its loaded with jelly.

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http://www.lynnskitchenadventures.co...-egg-cups.html

Baked Egg Cups

eggs
canadian bacon or thinly sliced ham
grated cheese

Line muffin tin with a piece of canadian bacon or ham
Crack egg into the piece of canadian bacon or ham.
Sprinkle with cheese.
Bake at 375 for 15-17 minutes. The time will depend on how you like your eggs.
Remove from pan and serve with toast and fruit.
Enjoy!
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I'd do quiche. You can make it veggie or meaty depending on the likes. I cut everything up the night before, crack the eggs in the morning and mix in the bit of bisquick and into the oven it goes!
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Old 01-25-2013, 05:33 PM   #14
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Those baked egg cups look yummy!!! I just pinned an oatmeal/fruit breakfast I want to try!
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:34 AM   #15
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Rice flour pancakes with ketchup?
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I found a recipe once upon a time where you fill muffin cups with stuffing mix (the king where the seasoning is mixed in, not the kind with packets), crack an egg on each one, then add bacon or sausage and bake. I made two dozen and stuck them in the fridge and reheated for breakfast for a few days...I loved them! Dh was a bit iffy but he doesn't really like stuffing in general :/

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I found a recipe once upon a time where you fill muffin cups with stuffing mix (the king where the seasoning is mixed in, not the kind with packets), crack an egg on each one, then add bacon or sausage and bake. I made two dozen and stuck them in the fridge and reheated for breakfast for a few days...I loved them! Dh was a bit iffy but he doesn't really like stuffing in general :/

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That one might work. Dh loves stuffing, but he is kind of weird about what he will eat first thing in the morning. I keep looking at different bread casserole type things but they all rely heavily on cheese ot milk. DD has a dairy intolerance so if she is going to eat it we can't have heavy cheese. One bag of stuffing would make a ton of these. I think I'll pick some up when I go shopping today and give it a try.
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That one might work. Dh loves stuffing, but he is kind of weird about what he will eat first thing in the morning. I keep looking at different bread casserole type things but they all rely heavily on cheese ot milk. DD has a dairy intolerance so if she is going to eat it we can't have heavy cheese. One bag of stuffing would make a ton of these. I think I'll pick some up when I go shopping today and give it a try.
One thing I found was that precooked bacon worked best for the meat. I tried it with both the kind in a bag, and the strips that come precooked, crumbled by me,

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Re: quick, healthy hot breakfast

I do pancakes and waffle sticks in the baby cakes things. I just keep a bowl of pancake batter in the fridge. The pancake/waffle maker heats up in like 2 minutes and is ready to go. The pancake maker is easier and quicker and I use it more. It makes 2 perfect pancakes in less than 5 minutes for ds. You don't use any oil so they are healthier than traditional pancakes. If I make cinnamon pancakes, ds will eat them without syrup.
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Homemade muffins or scones- mix in anything you want...mix up the night before...can even be frozen for a quick meal
Grits- Southern girl here
Rice Pudding
Egg Omelet (not quiche)
Pancakes/ Waffles
Oatmeal Pancakes
Quick Breads- ie...pumpkin, apple, banana nut
Homemade Doughnuts
Apple Turnovers
A bowl of warm Granola/milk -can use almond, soy or lactose free milk
French Toast
Eggs-Boiled, scrambled, fried
Coffee Cake
Cinnamon Rolls- Not exactly healthy
B'fast casserole
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