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Easy breakfast options 08 Mar 2007 21:22 #1

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Well, one of the most frustrating things for us is always breakfast... with three kids and everyone getting up at a different time, it's always tough.

Last year we used the big gridle, but a pain to wash up, and takes too much room to store, so this winter while looking for new ideas, (since we've went from a 37ft to 29ft) i came across Jimmy Dean Skillets... wow, pretty darn good, only need one skillet (9 inch works fine) and by the time you figure the $5 price tag, really not too bad of a deal.

They can be frozen, stored in fridge for awhile if needed... our favorite is the ham, but there are other varieties too...

Just thought I'd pass along if this is one of your issues while on the hook...great new site by the way...nice work strat!:)

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Easy breakfast options 08 Mar 2007 21:38 #2

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And, they have great commercials also!:)

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Easy breakfast options 08 Mar 2007 21:46 #3

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JohnL;836 wrote: And, they have great commercials also!:)


yeah, they crack me and the kids and admiral up....

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Easy breakfast options 10 Mar 2007 21:33 #4

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We always keep the instant pancake mix on board in an airtight container. You can just put a couple cups of mix in a large plastic cup or baggie even, just add water and onto the grill. Easy cleanup if you have a nonstick pan too!

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Easy breakfast options 11 Mar 2007 02:36 #5

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Nothing like Krispy Kreme and a glass of ice cold beer, I MEAN MILK! :D

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Easy breakfast options 09 Jun 2007 23:25 #6

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Pop tarts. Breakfast of champions...

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Easy breakfast options 10 Jun 2007 05:00 #7

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Nothing beats cold pizza!!!

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Easy breakfast options 10 Jun 2007 18:38 #8

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Oh -- to be young again. I lived on breakfasts like you guys described for years - and loved it. Hope all the carb loading doesn't catch up with you. Enjoy it while you can.

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Easy breakfast options 07 Sep 2007 08:40 #9

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Glass of water and a rice cake...........yeah right. I fry up a pound of bacon, then cook the eggs over easy in the grease. You only go around this life thing ONCE right?..............crickets.............RIGHT???.......Hello?

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Easy breakfast options 07 Sep 2007 17:52 #10

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kastlercreative;824 wrote: ... with three kids and everyone getting up at a different time, it's always tough.


That's easy...it's called "reveille". Nothing like getting some good cleaning done before breakfast!

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Easy breakfast options 08 Sep 2007 00:44 #11

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We did not have a problem at breakfast. Our mother came in and said "Get out of bed." Only one breakfast, one lunch, and one supper served. Also if you did not like what was there you got the opportunity to see if you like the next meal to have something to eat. She never did give us a menu. Also if you did not like something she did not make us eat it. She would ask you to try it though. I guess that is why I will taste just about anything. Yes she would make someone’s favorite but not three someone’s favorite

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Easy breakfast options 08 Sep 2007 06:46 #12

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Try this.....Cook up some sausage; chop it up real fine while it’s cooking. About half ways through the cooking of the sausage put in some chopped onions and continue to cook until it's done. Put an egg in a cup and stir with a fork or Wisk. Shape the sausage and onion in the shape of a slice of bread or a round hamburger bun. Poor the egg over the top, pull it in from the sides to conform with the shape of the sausage and onion. Turn over and place a piece of Pepper Jack cheese on top. Place on plane bread, toast or bun. You can use some Mayo or Mustered or what ever you like. One skillet does it all. Very tasty

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Easy breakfast options 19 Sep 2007 15:40 #13

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Scramble eggs and add salt, pepper, precooked & cut up saugage, etc., place in zip lock bags and freeze. You can make individual zip locks or family size... When ready, place in boiling water to cook or carefully microwave in a covered bowl.

Quick breakfast, no fuss, little mess... because it is frozen, no broken eggs to hassle with, the frozen zip locks add to keeping the cooler items, cold... etc... ;)

We also buy the pancake mix in the small plastic containers that you just add water or milk, shake and pour on the hot griddle. Quick and easy... You can reuse the plastic bottle by refilling from the Costco size box at home...

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Easy breakfast options 20 Sep 2007 06:16 #14

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We've been experimenting with the various sandwich breakfasts and are pretty happy with most (eggs/cheese with sausage or bagon on some type of bread, frozen and individually packed). Whoever wants one can throw it on the grille or in the microwave as needed. They don't take up much room and since they are sealed individually they stay fresh and don't require re-packaging.

The breakfast bowls with eggs/bacon/potatoes/cheese are also really good and very simple, but they do take up more space.

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Easy breakfast options 20 Sep 2007 17:56 #15

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Tortillas, sliced cheddar, sliced fresh tomatoes.
Place cheddar and tomatoes on one side of tortilla.
Fold other side of tortilla over top.
Place on grill.
Heat to melt cheese.
Munch away.
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Feel free to substitute any ingredients you wish inside of tortilla shell.

Wife and I love them for breakfast. Ready in 5 minutes tops and little too no mess.

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Easy breakfast options 24 Oct 2007 21:02 #16

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Sardines, maple bars, tomato juice. No dishes to clean, quick to prepare, and stays with you all day. :(

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Easy breakfast options 29 Oct 2007 00:34 #17

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Our typical breakfast is lox, bagels, cream cheese with tomato and red onion. Easy to prepare and store!

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Easy breakfast options 05 Nov 2007 05:20 #18

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Pardon my ignorance but what is lox? :o
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Easy breakfast options 05 Nov 2007 06:43 #19

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overtime39;84911 wrote: Pardon my ignorance but what is lox? :o
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Very thin sliced smoked salmon. Kosher! And mighty tasty.

Hmmmmm.

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Easy breakfast options 10 Nov 2007 02:54 #20

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overtime39;84911 wrote: Pardon my ignorance but what is lox? :o
Kris


Mazel Tov! and what Pete said.

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Easy breakfast options 10 Nov 2007 13:46 #21

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Carton of "Egg Beaters" ( or real eggs if you aren't watching cholesterol)
Left over chips from last night's trip to Mexican Restaurant (or bag of Tortila Chips)
"Refried" Mexican beans (can or left over)
Salsa

Smash bag of chips with fist into 1" pieces
Cook scrambled eggs as usual
Add smashed chips to pan before the eggs set and mix around.
Put heated beans on plates forming a ring
Put egg/chips in center of ring
Add salsa to taste.
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Easy breakfast options 10 Nov 2007 16:17 #22

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[quote=JohnL;86427Smash bag of chips with fist into 1" pieces
Cook scrambled eggs as usual
Add smashed chips to pan before the eggs set and mix around.
Put heated beans on plates forming a ring
Put egg/chips in center of ring
Add salsa to taste.
:)[/quote]

John, Do you play Cucaracha and wave the Mexican flag when you eat this, OR do you make sure your holding tank is empty?:kidding

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Easy breakfast options 11 Nov 2007 16:06 #23

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Four Pyrates;86450 wrote: John, Do you play Cucaracha and wave the Mexican flag when you eat this, OR do you make sure your holding tank is empty?:kidding



Not a bad idea to do both!

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Easy breakfast options 12 Nov 2007 05:11 #24

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Oh my God,

You are calling that a Breakfast? :D

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Easy breakfast options 12 Nov 2007 14:04 #25

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Roel Jansen;86811 wrote: Oh my God,

You are calling that a Breakfast? :D


I'm guessing, Roel, there is not much scrambled eieren met re-gebraden Mexicaanse bonen en spaanders en salsa consumed in the Netherlands??? :prod

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