Strawberry Butter

My Strawberries are ripe so I thought I would make Strawberry Butter. O-M-G it was sooooo good! Butter already has a fabulous taste but mix it with two more ingredients and it tastes like something you would buy at a gourmet store! Serve it with bagels, toast or even muffins. Whatever you put it on, it will make it taste […]

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Sour Cream Coffee Cake

This is another one of those wonderful recipes from years ago. This recipe was given to a teacher friend of mine and was made in the school cafeteria. This Sour Cream Coffee Cake has a delicious nutty center that is great with coffee or as a dessert.   Ingredients   Spray a 9″ x 13″ baking dish with cooking oil […]

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Green Eggs & Ham

Yes I did, I made Green Eggs & Ham just like in the Dr. Seuss book. What a great recipe to feed the family on St Patrick’s Day too! Green Eggs & Ham was requested by my granddaughter and she wanted to help make them. Both grandkids cleaned their plate. Did you know that when you make this you do […]

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Honey Custard French Toast

I have never made French Toast with Honey Custard before and it was delicious! This recipe will feed 6 people or you could freeze any leftovers. I could eat this Honey Custard French Toast for any meal, not just breakfast. Source: Favorite Brand Name Country Christmas   Ingredients – Butter for browning too.   In a large bowl whisk the […]

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Easy Cinnamon Buns

What an easy way to make Cinnamon Buns and with so few ingredients! If you have guests what a great way to serve them a hot breakfast fast. What is nice about this recipe is that it makes 8 Cinnamon Buns, it only takes a few minutes to prepare and less than 30 minutes to bake!   Ingredients Optional Glaze: […]

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Open Face Omelette

I was never good at making a traditional omelette so I created this Open Face Omelette. Not only was it very easy but also very good! This is a simple breakfast with scrambled eggs on the bottom, hash browns on the eggs then top it off with cheese….so good! I served this with sausage patties on the side and what […]

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Fried Oatmeal

  Do you want to try a new twist to your oatmeal in the morning? This recipe is a great way to use up leftover oatmeal or you can just make Fried Oatmeal. Top it off with your favorite syrup (optional) and enjoy a different kind of breakfast. This is another recipe from many, many decades ago. Source: Grandma’s Recipes […]

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No Bake Granola Bars

I have never had homemade Granola Bars before making these. I always thought the store bought were so good, wow was I mistaken! I am shocked at how wonderful these were compared to store bought. I will never buy another box of Granola Bars from the store again. I put a lot of goodies in my Granola Bars…… chocolate chips, […]

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Coconut Toast

You know I love to post recipes that are different from the normal recipes. One of my fellow bloggers posted this Coconut Toast and I just had to try it. I am so glad that I did! This was the most delicious toast but I did decrease the amount of sugar from the original recipe slightly. I only made 1/4 […]

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Pan Fried Honey Bananas

Wait until you taste these all natural Pan Fried Honey Bananas! They are unbelievably easy to make and are sweetened naturally with honey then sprinkled with cinnamon. You could eat this for breakfast but for me it is more of a dessert or great snack. Source: Debi Schull   Ingredients   Add the olive oil to a large frying pan […]

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Western Omelette

This Western Omelette is Stuffed full of potatoes, onions, green pepper, bacon and with two kinds of cheese. My husband cooked his potatoes and veggies on the grill before he made this wonderful omelette. (Vegetable link below) This is a great way to use up those leftover potatoes and vegetables from supper last night. You can use any cooked potato […]

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Blueberry Toast

Whether you are a beginner cook or have been cooking for years, this simple and delicious Blueberry Toast is for you! What an amazing breakfast, with only five ingredients, that can be made in a few minutes and baked into a hot and delicious meal! I used my homegrown blueberries that I had frozen and thawed to make mine but you […]

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Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict has only four ingredients. Toasted English Muffin, Canadian Bacon and poached eggs all topped with delicious Hollandaise Sauce! I was thrilled how wonderful this turned out. You can make this delicious Eggs Benedict for breakfast or if you’re like me, eat it for supper! Below is the link for the Hollandaise Sauce. https://indianeskitchen.com/2018/07/13/hollandaise-sauce     Ingredients   Cut […]

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Homemade Waffles

What a great tasting breakfast when you make your own Homemade Waffles! I picked the blueberries fresh from my two blueberry bushes in my garden making this taste even better. This delicious recipe makes 12 waffles in my waffle maker. I bought my waffle maker for $1.00 at a garage sale and it was brand new! If this is too […]

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Refrigerator Strawberry Jam

There is nothing better than a toasted English Muffin topped with homemade Strawberry Jam! It is so easy to make Refrigerator Strawberry Jam and takes very little time. It is practically fool-proof so any level of cook can make this! Keep in mind, this is not canned so the consistency isn’t as thick and it won’t last in the refrigerator […]

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Cinnamon Rolls

  Did you know that you can make Cinnamon Rolls using frozen bread dough? Normally I would make Cinnamon Rolls by making my own dough but I wanted to try this to show you an easier way to make them. These are small bite size Cinnamon Rolls and are they delicious! Source: Adapted from All Recipes.com   Ingredients   Butter […]

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Homemade Sausage Patties

These Homemade Sausage Patties were so simple to make. My husband gets the credit for this one. He ground his own pork with my Kitchen Aid grinder attachment. If you want to make it easy, have the butcher at the grocery store grind it for you as they don’t usually charge to do so. Then just add the spices, form […]

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Oatmeal To Go

If you don’t have time to fix breakfast in the morning, put all of these dry ingredients into a heat safe container and you have Oatmeal To Go! When you get to work, or wherever you end up, just add boiling water, stir and let it sit for about 5 minutes covered with a lid or plastic wrap. Remove the […]

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