This loaded breakfast panini is perfect to start your day with, or to serve to guests for a special treat.
Leftover ham was the inspiration for my loaded breakfast panini. My husband loves fried egg sandwiches, but doesn’t let himself eat them too often. In the summer months he loves them with a slice of fresh tomato. One morning while fixing breakfast, I saw the leftover ham in the refrigerator and put this sandwich together for him.
On this day, I used sour dough bread, with mayonnaise for my condiment. Another day I made this on ciabatta bread and used basil pesto for the condiment. Any time I have a fresh tomato, I do add a slice or 2 to the sandwich.
Italian Breakfast Crostada is one delicious recipe that you have got to try!
This was a breakfast recipe that I won a contest with a couple of years ago. It is easy to make and filled with Italian inspired ingredients . A crostada adds a special touch to your weekend breakfast table or looks impressive to serve to guests.
These breakfast recipes are a perfect way to start Mother’s Day or any special day.
May is a very busy month for our family. We have Mother’s Day, 4 birthdays, 2 graduations, and 2 weddings. My husband and I are also hosting a rehearsal dinner-cookout at our home. Some of these events will involve having overnight guests, so I will be making some of these special breakfast recipes. Continue reading SEVEN BREAKFAST RECIPES FOR MOTHER’S DAY→
Cranberry-Orange-Cinnamon-Monkey Bread is a delicious and easy variation on the monkey bread we all know and love.
My grandchildren love to make monkey bread when they visit and over the years, we have tried a lot of variations to the original one made from refrigerated biscuits. We have added blueberries, cranberries, raisins, and drizzled with different flavored glazes. Continue reading CRANBERRY-ORANGE-CINNAMON MONKEY BREAD→
The past year I have been making this breakfast souffle and wanted to share the recipe. My husband wants to cut back on carbs, so a crustless breakfast dish is just perfect.
My recipe is a basic one but you can individualize your soufflé by adding any ingredients you have available. My grand-children enjoy making their own. I just set up little bowls with ingredients that I know they like, and they fill their dishes with what they want. This is a good recipe for the children to make because you do not have to be exact with the measurements and they will eat it because they made it themselves.