Breakfast at night time has always been one of my favorite things. I’m not talking a bowl of cereal or some toast. I’m talking eggs. Savory eggs with lots of flavor and whatever I feel like thrown in to it. Tonight I made my first attempt at baked eggs. I will have to be revisiting this recipe because my egg was way too overcooked for my liking. I like a runny yolk and this just did not meet my high standards for eggs. Minus the egg portion of this, I put in shrimp, sautéed onions, and sprinkled it with parmesan cheese to serve.

What’s your favorite thing to eat for breakfast? How do you feel about breakfast at dinner time?



Filed under Food, Gluten free

4 responses to “Brinner

  1. Tanie

    My favorite breakfast foods are all sweet ones: oatmeal with blackberries, pancakes, and that nutella french toast my husband and I made on Valentines Day. I only like them in the morning though; when I make breakfast for dinner I prefer eggs and bacon and things. Sometimes we have mini-frittatas and I crumbled bacon and goat cheese into them- it’s soooooo delicious!

    • That nutella french toast looked so good! When ever I crave something sweet I am definitely turning to that. I’ve never had frittata though, I always see pictures of them and my mouth starts watering. I think I know what I’m making next!

  2. I’m a bit oatmeal fan myself for breakfast with fruit and hard boiled eggs. Though, we are pretty big ‘breakfast for dinner’ fans ourselves and this dish is one of our favorites – give it a shot since you like runny yolks.

    Toast with goat cheese topped with spinach (or asparagus), prosciutto and a soft boiled egg. Salt and pepper, you get the idea. Two of them per person and it makes a delicious dinner.

    • I always eat breakfast during the week at my work desk, so oatmeal was always my go to that I could keep in my cabinet. It never gets old! I usually eat it with a banana and some peanut butter too.

      This recipe sounds amazing, Tony! I tried prosciutto for the first time a few weeks ago and I keep thinking about what I could possibly make it with. This sounds like the perfect Sunday brunch. Thanks!

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