Breakfast Recipes


1 ham slice

English Muffin

1 small jar Cheez Whiz


Fry the ham slice and cut into serving pieces. Toast the English Muffins and butter them when done. Cook eggs in lightly buttered frying pan with water to cover eggs until the whites are done. Melt Cheeze Wiz in the microwave. Put ham on 1/2 of the muffin, egg on the ham, and top with the cheese. Enjoy!


1 package blueberry muffin mix***1 egg

1/2 cup sour cream***1/4 cup milk

Drain and rinse blueberries. Set aside. Combine the sour cream, egg and milk and add to muffin mix until just moistened. Put in baking pan. Spread half of the streusel mix over the batter, then add the rest of the batter. Sprinkle with the blueberries (if you like more blueberries, buy some frozen ones, rinse and drain them. Use how many extra you want). Add the remainder of the streusel mix. Bake in a 400 oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until done.

Strussel Mix: 1/2 cup brown sugar***1/3 cup flour***1/2 teaspoon cinnamon***1/4 cup firm margarine or butter. Mix well.


2 tablespoons wheat germ***1/4 teaspoon baking soda

1 1/4 cup flour***1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

3/4 cup packed brown sugar***1/2 cup buttermilk *

1/3 cup shortening***2 beaten eggs

1 teaspoon baking powder***1/2 cup chopped nuts

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Grease (I use that spray stuff) an 8 x 8 x 2 inch microwave safe baking dish. Sprinkle with wheat germ. Combine flour and brown sugar. Cut in shortening to resemble coarse crumbs, set aside 1/2 cup. To the remaining crumb mixture, add baking powder, cinnamon, soda and nutmeg; mix.* * Combine reserved crumbs and nuts; sprinkle over batter. Cook, uncovered on 50% power or medium for 10 minutes, rotating a quarter turn every 3 minutes if you don't have a turntable in your microwave. Cook, uncovered on 100% power or high for 1/2 to 1 minute more. Serve warm or cool. * Make buttermilk if you don't have it by adding 1 tablespoons vinegar to the milk. **ooops forgot...add the eggs and the buttermilk to the spice mixture to make your batter.


3 or 4 packages of canned biscuits

oil enough to fry them in

cinnamon sugar/powdered sugar

Pinch each uncooked biscuit in half and roll into a ball. Fry in pan with hot oil, just enough to cover the ball. Don't have the oil too hot or else it won't cook in the middle. Drain on paper bag or towel paper, then roll in cinnamon or powdered sugar.

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