Thursday, November 14, 2013

Snow Day and a Yummy Breakfast


Monday, it snowed...so I was inspired to make a big yummy breakfast!!
Bacon, Egg and Toast Cups
 
Sliced red potatoes,
 
and lot's of sweet onion.

Cut your bread into rounds, it doesn't have to be fancy,
 
and stuff it into buttered muffin tins.

Lay one slice of bacon (overlaped a little) and one egg in each bread cup.

Salt and Pepper, then in to a 375 degree oven for 22 minutes,

and they are perfectly done...
Lookin' just like this when they come out of the oven.

This was the best part...yummy fried potatoes!!

Who wouldn't love this on a cold snow day??
It was delicious!!

And the snow, it was all gone, before we even finished breakfast!! 
 

26 comments:

  1. HMMM.....that looks delicious Debbie......thanks for the recept.

    Greetings, Joop

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  2. These look delicious - and kind of like little turkeys! Bet you could "dress them up" for a Thanksgiving breakfast!

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  3. Hi Debbie..... I haven't had any snow flakes in my backyard yet whats wrong with this picture!!
    I live in Maine after all!!

    Your yummy breakfast looks so good, but if I ate that for breakfast I would have gird all day,and I wouldn't be able to get up from the table ! I would have to be rolled away!! Poor me!! lol!



    Grace

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  4. That looks delicious, Debbie.
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  5. I'd love to come to your house for breakfast on a snowy morning!

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  6. need to try - i have seen a similar recipe on pinterest - never tried it but so need to ... looks yummy!! ( :

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  7. Well at least it didn't stay around. Breakfast looks so yummy.

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  8. you'd have to cook those eggs much harder than that for me. :)

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  9. We still have some snow on the ground. And ummm...now I am craving bacon and eggs!

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  10. Oh, yummy -- that looks so delicious!

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  11. They look delicious! Larry would love these. I would just remove the bacon from mine. I'm not a big bacon person. I grew up eating fried potatoes--they're a comfort food for me.

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  12. This is not a good post to read just before lunch. Now I am really hungry and have no time to make this right now. Hugs to you,Debbie. I will have to try this.

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  13. Yummy!!! I could have eaten my computer screen! I am definitely going to try this at my house. With your step by step photos, I may even get it right!! Thanks Debbie!

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  14. Oh my Debbie, this looks absolutely delicious. I love fried potatoes too :))

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  15. HI I love that meal but then I think,' Heart attack on a plate'!

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  16. Mmmiam but goodies ...
    The snowy day the breakfast?
    Already I feel like.
    Greetings.

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  17. Oh my that does look delicious! I like how the bacon looks like wings. - Oh and I love fried potatoes.

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  18. I learned to make toast cups in grade 7, back in the days when they called it home ec!! Only we didn't put anything in them till after they were baked. I should see about getting some bacon...

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  19. This is absolutely delicious :)

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  20. yummo! Gonna try this...and probably won't wait for the snow!

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  21. Oh Debbie I want to have breakfast at your house. This look so yummy! We have been unusually cold, but no snow day here. Hugs...stay warm, Bonnie

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  22. Breakfast looks yummy...but I don't think you know what a snow day is:))) haha

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  23. Definitely go a try this without waiting for snow :)

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  24. Oh, I must try this one; it looks very good and easy.
    Thanks and blessings to you!

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