Oh, you thought frozen waffles were reserved for rushed mornings, for tossing in the toaster and maybe drizzling with a bit of store-bought syrup, did you? Ha! Not so.
While homemade waffles emanate that “made with love” vibe, sometimes you don’t have to act in such grandiose ways to craft a culinary marvel. Read more on Huffington Post Weird News…
I have this problem: every weekend (and weekday — hell, who am I kidding?), I wake up wanting breakfast already made. Unfortunately, eggs and bacon won’t make themselves, and I can’t just roll out of bed at 8 a.m. expecting my meal to be hot and ready for consumption, right? WRONG. If you have a crock pot, it’s ridiculously easy to throw some things in there the night before and wake up to a delicious breakfast. I’ve picked out a few of my favorite overnight breakfast recipes for those of you who want more time in the morning to do important things, like catch up on “Law & Order” reruns and such. Check ‘em out.
The key to my heart is through my mouth in the form of scrumptious breakfast sandwiches. Rarely have I met a bacon, egg and cheese that I didn’t like, but some breakfast sandwiches are certainly superior both in taste and in creativity. Recently, I’ve been devouring the Egg & Cheese from Spreads Sandwich Shop, which consists of over-easy organic cage free egg, avocado, black bean chipotle hummus, monterey jack cheese and tortilla chips on a brioche bun. SIGN ME UP, and while you’re at it, find me a gown because I’m about to marry that sandwich. Here are 10 other brekky sammies that will make you drool.
I was having a good morning, until I discovered that the waffle donut is a beautiful thing that exists, but is sadly only available 800 miles away in Chicago. Frisky readers who live in Chicago, do all of us a favor and go to the Waffles Cafe, order up one of these wonuts in a flavor of your choosing and report back. I need to live vicariously through your breakfast. Dammit, what a perfect food hybrid. [Thrillist]
FACT: Brunch is the best meal of the day. When else can one enjoy oodles of carbs with real maple syrup, thick cut bacon, fluffy eggs, and booze? Not into eggs? Enjoy a deep fried macaroni and cheese burger, because at brunch, anything goes! My favorite brunch includes unlimited mimosas, yoga pants, and a recliner (AKA at home with friends). The challenge to at home brunch is making the ultimate meal without wearing yourself out. The solution is simple — breakfast bakes. Everything you love about breakfast is prepped the day before and refrigerated over night. In the morning, simply pop that pan in the oven and wow your ravenous crowd. Get inspired to host your own brunch with these 10 breakfast bake recipes!