Archive for the ‘Breakfast’ Category

My hubby and I decided that we are going to try a new appetizer, hor devours or snack each Sunday during football.  We love trying new things and football games are a great excuse to have those fun little snacks you may not normally have.

Mini Breakfast Bread Bowl:

I got the idea for these from a picture I saw on Pinterest but the picture didn’t link to a recipe so I never pinned it.  But the idea looked delicious so I decided to try to duplicate it and my entire family loved them!


1 loaf of bread dough (can be frozen or homemade)

sour cream

9 eggs, scrambeled

5 pieces of bacon, fried and broken into small pieces

1/2 lb ground sausage, browned

4 oz grated sharp cheddar cheese


Preheat oven to 350°

In a medium mixing bowl add your scrambled eggs, bacon pieces and browned sausage.  Mix together by hand with large spoon.

Grease a muffin tin, 18 muffins worth.  Grab large walnut sized pieces of your bread and pull and pat into a thin circle and line your greased muffin tin with these.  Brush sour cream all over the inside of the bread then fill with scrambeled egg mixture.

Top with grated cheese and bake for 10-12 mins.  Cool for a bit in muffin tin before removing and enjoying!

Football Food: (click images below to link you to the other football foods we’ve tried so far for the 2012-13 season)

Week 1 – Layered Taco Dip     Week 3 – Jalapeno Popper Dip


Week 4 – Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed Peppers

Week 5 – Buffalo Chicken Bites      Week 6 – Wonton Chips & Dip


Week 7 – Buffalo Chicken Dip


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I love summer and fresh strawberry’s just for these babies right here!

A large dollop of Cool Whip and Strawberries on top of two chocolate chip pancakes with Hershey’s Syrup drizzled on top…Yep, this is my favorite way to have pancakes!!!  It may not be healthy but it is Y-U-M-M-O!


Prepared desired pancake batter (I cheat and use Hungry Jack Just Add Water Extra Fluffy Pancake Mix.  Don’t judge.)

Chocolate Chips

Strawberries cut & mashed (however many you want)

sugar (to sweeten strawberries if desired)

Cool Whip

Hershey’s Syrup


Pour pancake batter onto a hot pan or griddle and add chocolate chips to the top of these.  Flip when ready and cook the rest of the way.  While these are cooking add the sugar to sweeten the strawberries.  I usually add about 1/8 c per pound of strawberries.  After the pancakes are done you will move them to a plate and top them with as many strawberries, as large of scoops of Cool Whip, and as much Hershey’s syrup as you like!  Enjoy!

*I usually do not add Hershey’s syrup to mine, my kids enjoy this but I think it tastes better without the syrup.

** I categorized this under Recipes-Breakfast but we have never actually had it for breakfast it’s usually a desert or very unhealthy dinner.

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