What do you usually have for breakfast? I know some people grab a breakfast bar and eat it in the car on their way to work or school. Some are cereal eaters like we are. And then some have full blown breakfasts with biscuits and yummy preserves.
Here’s a breakfast menu that is far from our typical menu:
These made-from-scratch blueberry muffins, oozing with fresh blueberries, are easy to make. This recipe makes 16 regular sized muffins. If your household is like ours, they won’t last long. They’re usually gone by the next morning. Blueberries seem to be at their peak of flavor right now, so it’s a great time to make these muffins! I’ll add something for protein, maybe bacon.
TUESDAY: Migas (Tex Mex version popular in Austin, Texas) I saw another recipe for this but can’t find where I saw it. It had tomatoes and potatoes in it as well, so I’ll probably experiment with what I make. Also, instead of using tortillas, it called for tortilla chips which I think would add a really good crunch to it.
WEDNESDAY: Christi (daughter, from Frugal Novice) had a recipe for Amber’s Egg Casserole on her site that sounds really good. It has tons of good protein in it with eggs, cottage cheese, and cheddar cheese. Even if you don’t make this casserole, go to the recipe site to see pictures of Amber’s precious twin babies. Christi and I got to hold them when they were just days old.
THURSDAY: Turkey Breakfast Pizza
FRIDAY: Breakfast Burritos (scrambled eggs, cheese, sauteed onion, tomatoes, and salsa in a flour tortilla)