Quick & Easy For Kids Egg Breakfast Recipes


Sophisticated Individual Club Quiches

By Barbara Miller
I made these for friends and they absolutely raved about them. Now it is the most...

Asparagus and Mushroom Quiche

By Dana Ramsey
This is very easy and very yummy. The Dijon mustard really adds flavor to this.

Baking Substitution List

By JoSele Swopes
Out of baking soda? Don't have buttermilk? Make that recipe anyway. Here is a list of...

Momma's Creamy Baked Macaroni and Cheese

By LINDA BAILEY
I got this creamy baked macaroni and cheese from my Granddaughter and it is soooooo gooood!

Homemade King Hawaiian Rolls Or Loaf

By LINDA BAILEY
These are so good. I got this recipe from my step daughter!

Cheesy Potato Breakfast Casserole

By LINDA BAILEY
This recipe is hubby tested and approved. Hubby's Favorite Breakfast Bake is an easy casserole recipe...

Biscuits & Gravy Casserole

By LINDA BAILEY
This biscuits and gravy casserole is another recipe I got from a girl friend and have...

Southern Sausage/Egg Casserole

By Sherry Price
I have lived alone for many years so I learned to cut down recipes for small...

Breakfast Nom Nom

By Michelle Koletar/Mertz
I saw a diner cook on TV do something similar to this & thought it sounded...

Good Morning Muffins

By Jami Lynn
Its no fun waking up in the morning to the same old eggs and bacon. This...

Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake

By LINDA BAILEY
OMG! - These can't be legal!

Yummy in Your Tummy Breakfast Casserole!

By Karen Edwards-Hill
Super fast, super easy. I make this for my family and it disappears! Easy...

Old Fashioned Custard Pie

By LINDA BAILEY
This came from Southern Comfort Zone and oh so tasty! I was taking it from the...

Light & Easy Muffin Pan Omelets

By Joyce Newman
These little guys are light, low carb, and high protein! You can make a batch of...

Ham & Cheese Low Carb Breakfast Muffins

By Paula Todora
If you beat the eggs well, the muffins will be light and airy. Full of cheeses,...

Oven Baked Hard Cooked Eggs

By Cathy Stevenson
You can make one or as many as you like, oven temp and cook time remains...

Sausage Skillet Supper

By Denise Miles
I made little changes to an existing friend's breakfast skillet meal. Hubby says for me...

French Toast With Maple Mascarpone

By Cathy Jacobsen
I love ... I mean REALLY love this breakfast. It is decadent. It looks very special...

Bacon, Egg, & Cheese Breakfast Cups

By s s
Looking for a cheap, quick, and delicious breakfast recipe? Look no further. These breakfast cups...

Fried egg sandwich with style, part 2

By Ellen Bales
I love eggs and everything that goes with them. So I started putting different foods together...

Old Fashioned Butter Cake

By LINDA BAILEY
This is from Granny's Cookbook. It is so good and we like to serve it with...

BREAKFAST BAKE

By Ellen Bales
This great-sounding recipe came from Recipe4Living.com and I particularly like it because it uses bacon rather...

What is Heavy Cream?

By JoSele Swopes
Functions and Uses Heavy cream, or heavy whipping cream, is used for filling baked goods and...
11 Chocolate Cupcake Recipes Every Chocolate Lover Needs

11 Chocolate Cupcake Recipes Every Chocolate Lover Needs


Chocolate cupcakes are a classic dessert and anything but basic. Some are fudgy and moist, while others can be dense and rich. Chocolate cupcakes can be transformed by spices added to the batter, sneaking a surprise in the center, or the creamy frosting piped on top. Full of flavor, if you love chocolate you’re going […]

What To Make With a Brick of Cream Cheese

What To Make With a Brick of Cream Cheese


Cream cheese can be used for so much more than just adding a schmear to a toasted bagel. You can’t make a New York-style cheesecake without it. Cream cheese makes macaroni and cheese even creamier. When sweetened, it’s the best frosting. But those aren’t the only ways to cook or bake with cream cheese. Breakfast, […]

How to Make Lasagna

How to Make Lasagna


Lasagna is popular around the world. There are varying opinions of its origin. Many think its infancy is in Greece stemming from the Greek word “laganon” which refers to dough cut in strips. Proud Italians believe it has its roots in Naples, Italy. Others claim the oldest written recipe was found in a British cookbook. […]