Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Help - Breakfast Ideas

I need your ideas. The PWOC annually serves breakfast during our ecumenical chapel clean up day. That is this Saturday. Due to all sorts of things it looks like we'll have a small volunteer staff.....and Friday night is PWOC project night so I would like to go in, set up, and do some pre-baking Friday night.

I usually make quiches and we have a few breakfast casseroles and muffins. This year I have a volunteer to make muffins. I am going to order a fruit tray from the commissary. That leaves other dishes for me to make. I could do quiches again - they're good...but am wanting to try something different.

Ideas? Deb made a french toast casserole at Leadership Weekend. Send your ideas...

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Michelle said...

De'Etta, I made Barbara's Blueberry French Toast and it was so scrumptious! The ladies just raved about it. Here's the link to the recipe on Barbara's blog:

Anonymous said...

There's always having something warm in crockpots, like little smokies or some other kind of meat that can be eaten with biscuits.

Cheese&onion baked hashbrowns are sounding good, too. Have fun!

Kelly said...

This stuffed French toast is really easy and yummy. You can use any jelly or fruit spread. Making pockets in the bread is easier than putting the slices together. Cut 3/4 down for one slice, then the next one cut all the way through. Then you have a pocket of bread, kwim?

Stuffed French Toast


1 loaf french bread or any bakery bread. (uncut) (I use Italian bread from the bakery instead of French)
8 oz cream cheese
1/2 c strawberry jelly
1/2 c powdered sugar
4 eggs
2 cups milk
1 tbps sugar
1 tsp vanilla

Slice french bread by making a half slice and then a complete cut alternating through the loaf so each slice has a "pocket". Mix cream cheese, strawberry jelly, and powdered sugar. Spoon mixture into pocket of each slice of bread and set aside. Mix eggs, milk, sugar and vanilla. Dip each slice in egg mixture and place in greased baking dish. Pour remaining egg mixture over bread slices in pan. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Cover and bake 350* for 30-45 minutes or until golden brown and set. May uncover for final minutes of baking time to brown.

Linda said...

this is a non-casserole dish, but a great hit at every MOPS meeting!

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DeEtta @ Courageous Joy said...

Thanks for the ideas...still contemplating - I better decide quick as I want to do a lot of the "pre-assembly" and cooking work tomorrow night at PWOC Project night - I figure its not scrapping but it's a project. LOL