Breakfast, it was easy when mom was there to make it for you. Once you are alone in college or living by yourself, breakfast becomes another chore-like task. We are used to buying a quick breakfast on the go to work or classes. But, nothing beats a breakfast made at home with love and care. Now, if you looking to eat good for at least one day of the week, try one of the easy food recipes mentioned below:
Soft and fluffy waffles with butter melting in their square craters, waffles are one of the most beloved breakfast foods the world over. You can easily make waffles from a mix bought at the store, but it’s surprisingly easy to make from scratch at home. Also, the homemade version is preservative free and tastes a world better than the store bought version.
To make waffles, mix equal units of milk and flour along with one large egg. To make the waffles soft, mix a teaspoon of baking soda to the flour. Mix everything in a bowl using a handheld mixer, and make fluffy waffles in the iron. Serve with butter, maple syrup, cream cheese, ham and sausages in Hongkong.
You can make things interesting by adding food dye to the waffle mix. Green waffles with ham, anyone?
Certainly another breakfast food staple, making pancakes is similar to waffles. And you can easily fry them in a pan; no waffle iron needed. The right pancake recipe uses flour, milk, egg, some baking soda, salt and a little bit of sugar to taste. You can make favored pancakes using cinnamon, cream cheese, or fruity pancakes with blueberries and strawberries. Serve with generous amounts of maple syrup.
Unlike regular toast, these special toast welcome you with a smiley egg face. Buy an unsliced loaf of bread and cut it into thick slices. Butter one side of the slices and place on a oven tray. Now, carefully crack a small egg onto each slice. Don’t let the egg spill over onto the tray. Sprinkle some salt and pepper on the eggs and bake for 10 to 15 minutes. The eggs should have runny yellow centers and the bread should have brownish, tasty crusts when done. Serve with ham and sausages.
Make cereal healthy by using legumes instead of processed wheat. Boil chickpeas, soybeans and some red beans, and mix it all together with raisins, nuts, blueberries and other fruits. Now you have a much healthier version of cereal.
So, which one of the above delicious recipes will you try on the weekend?