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Pizza for breakfast?  Yes please!  I could, without a doubt, eat pizza for breakfast every day.  I know there is conflicting information out there…is pizza a breakfast food?  Do you eat it hot or cold?  And so on.  This recipe, however, is specifically for BREAKFAST pizza, so you can’t go wrong! The recipe can be found here. The crust is made of hash browns, not a traditional pizza crust.  It gives it a nice crunch while also including a favorite breakfast item in the recipe.  The top is loaded with eggs, cheese, and the veggies of your choice.  You can bake the eggs to meet your taste; bake a little longer for no runny yolk or bake a little less for a runny yolk.  Don’t like bell peppers but love mushrooms?  Skip the peppers and use mushrooms.  Get the idea?  The recipe does list specific ingredients, but you can substitute to meet your needs. Start by preheating the oven to 425 degrees F.  Line … Continue reading

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Today is National Waffle Day and what better way to celebrate than with some yummy waffles!  Traditional waffles are best when smothered in syrup or topped with fried chicken or fruit.  I bet really anything would be delicious when paired with a waffle 🙂 but I thought it would be fun to try something different.  I’m making Cinnamon Roll Waffles and Hash Brown Waffles to enjoy while observing this fine holiday! Cinnamon Roll Waffles are exactly what you think – waffles made from cinnamon rolls.  These are SUPER easy to make and take about the same amount of time as a traditional waffle when using a waffle iron.  Still undecided?  You don’t need to make any batter because you are using refrigerated, store-bought cinnamon rolls. Open a can of Pillsbury Grand! Cinnamon Rolls and pull each roll apart.  I like to set them on wax paper, so they don’t stick … Continue reading

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A little culinary nod to St. Patrick’s Day and the festivities with a recipe that includes potatoes, sauerkraut and corned beef – just not so traditional, a Latke Reuben.  So simple to make, no need to make your own hash browns because Alexia Hash Browns (frozen foods)  are wonderful! We doubled the recipe because we were serving a larger group so we used two packages of the Alexia potatoes. First you will want to prepare the hashbrowns in two batches for both sides of the latke. Cook them following the directions on the back of the package in a skillet until slightly crisp as they will crisp up more later in the oven. For this recipe, you want to cook them on one side and then flip only once to cook the other side. Flip them as one piece or in sections, whichever you are most comfortable with. An easy way … Continue reading

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