For some reason, breakfast always tastes better for dinner--BRINNER! We had a lot of variety at our meeting.
Anna made "Golden Potato-and-Smoked Sausage Hash." A breakfast full of hearty meat and potatoes!
I contributed a "Refreshing Winter Fruit Salad." A light treat to have for breakfast!
Paula brought "Zippy Egg Casserole." Spicy sausage, cheese, and eggs is a nice comforting breakfast.
Trudy C. made "Baked Pumpkin Cream Cheese French Toast." A deliciously sweet breakfast perfect for a fall day!
Jan made "Crescent Quiche." Using a refrigerated crescent roll dough is a great time saver for this quiche!
Mary A. created "Taco Egg Bake" based on a breakfast item she enjoys at a local restaurant!
Trudy L. made "White Sausage Gravy," a breakfast she makes a lot.
Roger also made "Biscuits and Gravy." A simple and quick gravy recipe to go over some biscuits.
Sue R. baked "Apple Pecan French Toast, " a sweet recipe found on the Zulla sugar bag!
Don made "Brined Pork Chops," which was a great addition to our brinner!
Josh brought in a keto recipe for a "Cheese and Bacon Frittata." It's a pretty adaptable recipe to make for your palate.
Pat R. made "The Not Just for Sunday Breakfast Casserole." A traditional breakfast casserole with hash browns on the bottom and an egg mixture on top.
Margaret brought "Brunch for a Bunch," an egg recipe she has been making for a long time!
Rose Mary made "Waffle Sausage Breakfast Casserole."Waffles and bread are the base for this casserole!
Rose Mary also baked "Ina's Lemon Cake."
Sue S. made "Crustless Spinach Quiche." The sauteed onions and mushrooms helped make a "crust" for this quiche.
There were many great recipes shared and more to try next time! Getting hungry? Join us May 2 at 6:30pm at Franklin Public Library. The theme is Travel the Globe--Explore the world's different cuisines, whether it's local, regional, or global!
All you have to do to join is cook a dish from the monthly theme, and bring the dish and the recipe to the meeting! It's as easy as pie! See you soon!