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Old 01-25-2009, 08:43 PM
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My favorite breakfasts are:

Western Egg Omlete: basically you wrap scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, salsa, onions, green peppers, and whatever other veggies you want on the tortilla.

Oatmeal Parfait: make plain oatmeal, chop up a peach and a banana, get some whipped cream and mini chocolate chips. Layer in a glass, use a long spoon to eat.

Yum!!!

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oooo..i like the sound of the oatmeal parfait!
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If I could only eat oatmeal, life would be simpler.
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Occasionally I'll make rice pudding for breakfast. It has a grain, milk, and eggs. My kids love it!
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Occasionally I'll make rice pudding for breakfast. It has a grain, milk, and eggs. My kids love it!
Can you share the recipe, please?!
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Can you share the recipe, please?!
I'd be happy to.



CREAMY RICE PUDDING

1 qt water
1 qt milk
1 3/4 C rice
1 C sugar (very sweet, but you can reduce it)
1/2 C butter
2 eggs, well-beaten
1 can evaporated milk

In a 4 quart saucepan, cook the water, milk, rice, sugar, and butter until the rice is done (about 20-30 minutes), uncovered, on top of stove.

When rice is thick and creamy, take out one cup and mix in the 2 well-beaten eggs. Return to pan of cooked rice. Mix in can of evaporated milk. Add cinnamon or raisins if you like. I cook for a little while longer to make sure the eggs are thoroughly cooked.

Makes approximately 10-12 servings. (3/4 cup each)


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CREAMY RICE PUDDING

1 qt water
1 qt milk
1 3/4 C rice
1 C sugar (very sweet, but you can reduce it)
1/2 C butter
2 eggs, well-beaten
1 can evaporated milk

In a 4 quart saucepan, cook the water, milk, rice, sugar, and butter until the rice is done (about 20-30 minutes), uncovered, on top of stove.

When rice is thick and creamy, take out one cup and mix in the 2 well-beaten eggs. Return to pan of cooked rice. Mix in can of evaporated milk. Add cinnamon or raisins if you like. I cook for a little while longer to make sure the eggs are thoroughly cooked.

Makes approximately 10-12 servings. (3/4 cup each)


Enjoy!
Do you think I could substitute milk for the evaporated milk? We use either goat milk or rice milk and evaporated goat milk is too expensive.

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Do you think I could substitute milk for the evaporated milk? We use either goat milk or rice milk and evaporated goat milk is too expensive.

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I think you probably could. The evaporated milk adds richness and thins the pudding a little. Using a little goat/rice milk might do the same thing.
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I make a breakfast casserole, similar to what has been posted. Ham Quiche is an option. Breakfast tortilla's, same as what was posted.Country potatoes with Scrambles eggs and bacon or sausage, cooked and added together.My pancakes are more like crepes, very thin but tasty. I add cinnamon and vanilla to the batter.
Muffins and coffee are a good adult breakfast.
Peanut butter and banana pancakes are a good kid breakfast. Use peanut butter instead of syrup and sliced bananas. Add choc chips to make a face with a cherry nose or use raisins. you can also spread jelly or preserves on pancakes.
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Default Raisin Bran Muffin Mix

These muffins are the best because they keep in the refrig for up to 6 weeks. I use whole wheat flour to make them "better" for you!! Enjoy


Raisin Bran Muffin Mix

15 oz box raisin bran cereal
3 cups sugar
5 cups flour
5 t. soda
2 t. salt
4 eggs
1 cup vegetable oil
1 qt buttermilk

Mix ingredients. Put into greased muffin cups. Bake 400 for 15-20 minutes.
Keeps well in refrigerator for 6 weeks. Bake when needed.
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