A breakfast burrito that really deserves the name. Filled with chorizo, peppers, spices and cheese, you'll have all the energy you need for a big day of chores, exercise, or fiddling around in your workshop with the ballgame on.
My wife loves my breakfast, but it is always the same, so I took the ingredients that I use anyway and made a quick, easy breakfast casserole that lasted us for a few mornings.
A hearty breakfast dish that could also be used for dinner. Really good topped with salsa.
I grew up eating Knoephla soup, a German tradition. I have altered the traditional recipe from my youth, replacing chicken broth with cream of potato soup and adding a few ingredients. This recipe is for immediate use, but I prefer letting it chill over night, then warming it up in a crockpot the following day. Only add the knoephla 20 minutes before serving as they will get mushy if left in too long. This is perfect for a cold winter day.
The roasted red potatoes and spices give an interesting twist to potato salad.
Help recover the day after with this filling country potato, scrambled egg, and Cheddar bake. Add some sausage to make it even more filling!
This simple, potato salad like mom used to make it is terrific. But why stay inside boiling potatoes when you can just grill them instead?
Pie on the grill? Yes you can. You'll even give the potatoes the smoky flavor of your BBQ when you grill them first before putting them in the pie.
Can't imagine they had too much time for picnics during WWI, but when they did, cooks made this simple, tasty salad. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Frozen hash browns improved beyond measure, thanks to bacon and cheese. Is there anything they can't do?
It's already sweet, but sweet potato pie gets even sweeter with a from-scratch marmalade topping.
Fall spices like nutmeg and cinnamon give this sweet potato pie great flavor.
Two great tastes of the holidays come together. It's like the Super Bowl and the Rose Bowl being on at the same time.
The flavors of peppers and tomato come together in an omelet made hearty by the addition of cooked potatoes. You'll be ready for whatever chores the day throws at you.
This omelet has too much goodness to hide under a fold of eggs. Like a fire-balling pitcher, it says "here's what I've got--can you deal?"
Hungry? This bacon, potato and egg frittata gets your day started right--with a heap of zucchini, for your health.
For serious potato lovers, this hearty breakfast skillet starts with three different types of potatoes. Yeah, you read that right.
An easy brunch recipe, you just have to wait while the slow cooker does its thing. Put this on as soon as you get up, head to church or whatever you do Sunday mornings, and you'll return to a delicious breakfast casserole.
Spicy, meaty breakfast is the best kind of breakfast. Serve it up when you've got a big day ahead, or when you think you'll need to recoup from a big night before.
Get a full Mexican breakfast in every bite, when you top these easy potato pancakes with avocado and egg.