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.
This easy casserole is full of the food groups you need to start the day: Your meat group, your potatoes group, and your cheese group.
I make this recipe every Sunday morning, and there's never any left over. Not in the mood for burritos? Eat it as a scramble.
Shredded hash browns with cheese and bacon.
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.
This is my mom's version of the ever so famous Hash Brown Casserole, and she knows how to cook. May be made the night before and stored in the refrig before cooking the next day. Cooking time may need to be increased due if you do that.
YANKEE FARE! Tarragon complements the potatoes wonderfully. When I bake potatoes for a meal, I usually bake 2 or 3 extra for this recipe for a hearty weekend breakfast with scrambled eggs and sausage or bacon.
Help recover the day after with this filling country potato, scrambled egg, and Cheddar bake. Add some sausage to make it even more filling!
A simple, meaty breakfast dish (or, heck, have it for dinner). If you have any leftover beef, don't miss making this.
This is one filling casserole. Perfect for the morning before a ruck march, or just a day working in the yard. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
This flavorful stew makes a mean, military-style breakfast, or a tasty "breakfast for dinner" main dish. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
This simple and hearty one dish meal will fill you full of ground beef and hash brown potatoes, and is topped with American cheese.
Simple, cheesy breakfast for a long day of drills and marches. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
A simple, tasty breakfast casserole. Way cheaper and better than the same thing at your local greasy breakfast joint.
Add some color to your breakfast with this simple hash recipe. It comes out red!
Just the basics here. Some chopping, some frying, and breakfast is ready to go.
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.