The Breakfast Lovers Club

Hosted by David Reeves
Group active since Wed, May 23, 2012

This club is for you if you think breakfast is the absolute best meal of the day! If you have ever awakened in the morning dreaming about that first steaming hot cup of coffee; if you know that your mother and grandmothers were actually cast iron artists who created breakfast masterpieces day after day; if you like milk gravy more than truffles; if you can smell biscuits, scones, muffins or waffles baking in your head; if you think smoky, cured bacon is a taste of heaven on earth – then this club is for you. Or if you are a lover of lox and bagels, homemade granola and Greek yogurt with fresh fruit, this club is for you too. I’m passionate about this “taken for granted” meal, and if you don’t know country ham from scrapple – as long as you are willing to share enthusiastically your morning favorites (healthy or unhealthy), then this group is for you! Our busy schedules, jobs and commutes are quickly squeezing out breakfast and relegating it to weekends and vacations. How are you coping?
As a lifelong Southerner, I revere the art of biscuit making. I’ve always felt that if you think a store bought biscuit is as good as homemade . . . then you haven’t experienced a real, homemade, properly baked biscuit! What morning food do you feel that passionate about? I’m excited to learn about your cherished recipes and tastes that have pleased your family and friends.

Lynn Socko
Aug 8, 2015

Breakfast on the grill

I pulled out an old recipe of mine and made them on the grill, it worked great, I just used indirect heat after I toasted the tops of the muffins. Egg in a muffin

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Sherry Blizzard
Aug 8, 2015

Get in your veggies!

Freeze your leftover juice in ice cube trays, pop out the frozen cubes into a ziplock baggie and you will have veggie juice all winter. Mean Green Morning Juice

Sherry Blizzard
Jul 8, 2015

Hi everyone

I was just checking my email and enjoying my favorite meal of the day---Breakfast and wondered if there was a breakfast club and, Wha-la...I found you. I am having a thick slice of Canadian bacon that was topped with two eggs over easy and a slice of American cheese. Why I did this? I can't just sounded good at the time and I am trying to stay away from wheat. I made the hunky hubby a breakfast sandwich very much like this except his was on a toasted whole wheat English muffin. There are a number of breakfast recipes I can share and I look forward to seeing yours as well. Here is one that I love a lot. It came with my Belgian waffle iron.

Good Night Waffles

Cindi B.
May 27, 2014

My 1st rhubarb dessert I made this Spring!

Look what I made with the abundance of rhubarb my sweet daughter Jenny had given me!
Cherry Rhubarb Crisp
This is what I also had for breakfast, and I topped it with some Reddi Wip. It was so delicious, and tasted good with my cup of coffee.

sydney haughton
Mar 25, 2014

Foolproof Fluffy Frittatas?

How is this achieved? Martha Stewart separates her eggs, beats the whites then adds the yolks back in before baking. Is this necessary?

Millie Johnson
Feb 6, 2014

Recipe for Love Contest

I've entered my Chicken Breast with a Spicy Orange Glaze. A delicious mix of sweet, spicy heat. Please drop by and vote. I would appreciate the support so much ! Thank you ! :)

Julia Ferguson
Feb 6, 2014

Recipe For Love contest

Hey Everyone,
I have entered my Eggnog French Toast recipe in the Recipe For Love Contest, here on JAP. I would appreciate any and all votes. Thanks so much for your support.