Supplies: casserole dish
spray Pam or something to grease your casserole dish
Ingredients: A "base" for the bottom. It can be diced potatoes, torn bread, or any
other creative option
A can of cream of something soup if you use potatoes
Meat or sauteed veggies or both to top your base
Cheese - not required
8-10 eggs - hold everything together
|Yep, those are hot dogs! When I was a kid, our family had gone camping with another family and the dad made scrambled eggs with hot dogs and I thought those were the best eggs I had ever had at the time.......|
So far we have torn up bread in a greased casserole dish with sliced hot dogs and leftover cheese.
Finally, the smaller casserole with more than enough eggs - probably too many!
Bake them at 350 degrees from thirty to forty minutes. You may have to increase the time if you are making several like me. These took about an hour. Even if they aren't completely finished, they'll finish in the microwave the next morning!
What about Mama and Daddy? Aren't they on DIETS?! Okay, folks, here it is....
This is what my breakfast actually looked like Sunday morning. I'm thinkin' it looked a whole lot more promising the day before......and those sausage links? Sorry, Banquet, I can't recommend them. They were just soooooo........bad. I'll be experimenting with some other brands. The omelet was fine. How do you like my little juice cup? At least it wasn't a sippy cup. (Have you ever done that? Act really serious while you're drinking out of it in front of your kids and see what happens)!!! So far Scott and I have both lost a few pounds (3-5) since the first week of January. Please pray for our success!
Jesus said to them, "Come and eat breakfast." Yet none of the disciples dared ask Him, "Who are You?" - knowing that it was the Lord. Jesus then came and took the bread and gave it to them, and likewise the fish. This is now the third time Jesus showed Himself to His disciples after He was raised from the dead. John 21: 12-14