“What’s for Dinner? Breakfast!” #Foodie.com Recipe Collection! #spons
If you “follow me” at all on other social media platforms, you might realize that I like food but I don’t always cook so much. I like to cook stuff in the slow-cooker or things that I can bake, eat and keep the leftovers for another meal (or two). I am actually a big fan of breakfast. I tend to be very creative with eggs, waffles, bacon and bread. Even smoothies don’t get past me as I have learned how to use chocolate milk (low-fat) for my smoothies to give me my calcium as well as my sweet treat.
September is a great month because it’s a lot like January– a new beginning for most people.
My choice was to choose Breakfast for dinner since it’s frequently what I choose to eat: eggs, occasionally bacon, kale, spinach and other veggies tossed into the mix.
Here’s a collection of 35 diverse recipes I put together from Foodie.com as well as a couple of other spots on the web. I think it’s fun to check out what other people do with a recipe. Some cook much more than I do for all kinds of reasons. Me.. I just need to sit down and create the recipes I have created.
The following is a collection of my favorites of things for breakfast that I find interesting and would be great for dinner.
Check out What's for Dinner? BREAKFAST!!
I am a member of FOODIE.com I collect recipes and curate content there. (Take a look at my collections!). This is a sponsored post. There is a small compensation for the post. All the curations are my own choices to illustrate my theme (breakfast for dinner). I feature what I like and even some things I might — or might not- eat but these items sound good in terms of general population.
I would love it if you would come join us on Foodie.com and curate what you like. #Follow me for some interesting tweaks on all kinds of foods. I am getting into an ethnic phase so come show me what you like!
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