Sunday Breakfast

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Sunday Breakfast

Sunday breakfast……..I’ve sung its praises many times, but today was an extra nice Sunday Breakfast. We had Tim’s Uncle Ron…..aka Rude Dog, and Aunt Ev over for breakfast.Normally, when we have breakfast with them, we meet at a local restaurant with the usual breakfast fare. Tim and I decided that maybe it was time to share some of our Sunday Breakfast recipes form What the “Forks” for Dinner? and invited them over. They graciously accepted.

We decided to make Southern Style Sausage Gravy on Boyd’s Biscuits. But, me being me, I had to change it up some. I made a casserole, using the sausage gravy as the filling and placed the biscuit dough on top and in to the oven at 400* for about 15 minutes. It turned out great.

Boyd's Biscuit Casserole

One of my vices as a cook, is I always, always make to much! But I would rather have too much than not enough.

Change up recipe number two………Potato Crusted Breakfast Pizza. I wanted to make it more individualized. So, instead of making one big crust, I made them just big enough to hold an egg. They are cute as a button and the perfect size for one. Look at the photos…..thank you Tim………….and you can see just how dang cute they are!!!

Mini Potato Breakfast Pizza

All I needed to add was a plate of fresh fruit, coffee, and it was a lovely breakfast, if I do say so myself. But I must say a big THANK YOU! to Ron and Ev for the beautiful tulips they brought for us. They are one of my favorite flowers and a breath of sunshine on what has been a rainy Sunday.


So, invite your friends or family over for a relaxing Sunday Breakfast……….go ahead and call them now , you know you want too!!!!!!

Sunday Breakfast Collage

P.S. I also want to send a shout out to our friends at Hen House Farm for the props we bought last week, and used today. The pan with the red trim was perfect not only in size but for pics and the pillow case that we used as a back drop (that says eggs on it) was perfect. So if you are looking for any kind of primitives they are they place to visit.

Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros

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Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros 

Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros

It’s time for Sunday breakfast again………what oh what, to fix??????

You know, I have great idea, which I am happy to share……….How about Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros?

Quesadillas for breakfast you say………big question mark? Why not! Just fill them with eggs, scrambled with green, red, and yellow peppers, green onions, cheese and cilantro. Serve it up with sour cream and salsa and you have a south of the border breakfast.

It’s quick and easy, both to make, and to adjust the recipe if you are making for more than two! You can adjust for items you have on hand also………add bacon, or sausage, use a different cheese. Anything goes …….unless you don’t have eggs then, not so much.

These quick and easy Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros gives you more time for what Sundays are for……RELAXING!!!!

Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros Collage

Quesadilla Huevos Rancheros
Serves: 2
South of the Border Breakfast
  • 4 6-inch flour tortillas
  • ½ cup grated 4 Cheese Mexican blend shredded cheese
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 tablespoon each red, green, and yellow pepper
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 2 teaspoons cilantro, chopped
  • ¼ cup salsa
  1. Scramble the eggs, with peppers and green onion in a skillet sprayed with non-stick cooking spray, until eggs are cooked.
  2. Spray tortillas with non- stick cooking spray. Place 2 tortillas on grill pan or skillet heat over medium heat.
  3. Top tortillas with the scrambled eggs, cheese,and cilantro, dividing equally Top with the other tortillas.
  4. Cook until the cheese melts, about 5 minutes., flipping over once. Cut into wedges and serve with salsa and sour cream.


Mini Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwich

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Mini Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwich

Mini Ice Cream Sandwich

My biggest problem with this post is how much can you say about a Mini Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwich?

Chocolate Chip cookies are by far the best cookie in the world. They are loved by children and adults alike. It is a memory from everyones childhood……..the Grandma, Mother, or favorite Aunt who made the best cookie you ever had.

Ice Cream…….well, my love affair with it goes wayyyyyy back. Hot summer nights, a drive to town (yes I lived in the country as a girl) with the 2-55 air conditioning, for an ice cream cone from the Dairy Freeze. All towns had that place, the one that was only open in the summer, and served soft serve ice cream cones and sundaes with hot fudge that was warm but cool.

So, mixing the two tastes blends two childhood memories perfectly. The beauty of this recipe is that is makes just enough for you and someone special for a cool treat, and a walk down memory lane.

For this recipe I used the Perfect Single Size Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe from No.2 Pencil. For my Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches I used a small ice cream scoop and made 8 small cookies. Once baked and cooled, I used a scoop of ice cream, and made four mini sandwiches. Back in the freezer for a while and done!

Mini Ice Cream Sandwich Collage