Ohhhh How I love breakfast

I love my Sundays and Mondays, my two days off. I have time to relax have a lazy morning but still have time to make a great breakfast. There are so many things I love to make and eat that I have such a hard time deciding what it’s going to be. It will take me an hour before I can really make my mind up most mornings. Eggs over easy or scrambled, egg sandwich or maybe an omelet, how to decide. Then you throw in Pancakes, waffles, or even biscuits there are just to many choices. Cereal, oh my that is one of my favorites but I think that can only be eaten on the weekdays not the weekends. It does not seem right to eat cereal on the weekends. There is also Quiche, I do love a good Quiche, with Ham and Swiss. Where do you begin really there are just so many options that it is hard to figure out what you want to eat more than the other. So this morning after a long hour of hunger pains and a great cup of coffee finally the decision was made, WAFFLES!!!!

There is something to be said for a great Waffle with its crispy outside and a soft inside. Make sure they are not to dense they should be light and fluffy. I have searched for a while for a recipe and a waffle iron to love, well I think I finally found the right combination. The iron not only makes the perfect waffle but it is so much fun too with the flipping action. The iron you pick needs to be able to get hot enough to really make your waffles steam as they cook to make the outer crust. There is something about the steam coming out of the iron and the crackling sound that makes you salivate waiting for it to finish.

steaming waffles

Steamy Waffles


ummmm waffles


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Pam
    Jul 25, 2011 @ 14:06:50

    Oooh, your breakfast sounds so good. I have to tell you about a ladies breakfast I just had at my home. I made three great quiches – one standard quiche Lorraine, one crustless quiche that was wonderful, and one lactose free quiche. Just goes to show you can please all appetites and needs and still be sociable. I also included homemade blueberry muffins from our blueberry farm and lots of fruit. We had such a great time, visiting, strolling through the garden and enjoying breakfast with coffee on the patio.


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