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What amazing breakfast can you wip up from the contents of you refrigerator?

Asked by Deja_vu (4157points) January 3rd, 2011

Based on the contents of your refrigerator, what is the most amazing breakfast can you create?
I could pull off an Eggs Benedict with regular bacon on a bagel this morning. Hollandaise Sauce could be done from scratch.

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Cruiser's avatar

3 cheese spinach omlette with ham/chortizo potato hash browns and sesame wheat bagle. Fresh fruit and oatmeal. OJ and great coffee.

Deja_vu's avatar

@Cruiser That sounds awesome!

Deja_vu's avatar

I’m worried about pouching an egg. That’s hard. I’ll try my best.

Pandora's avatar

Fluffy scrambled eggs with a slice or 2 of breakfast ham and a side of french toast w/coffee and a 4 oz glass of pineapple juice.
(Made that for my husband on New Years morning.)
Or scrambled eggs with bacon and homemade hash browns with diced onions and potatoes and a bit of black pepper fried in butter.
Or an omlet with all the works, onions, green peppers, ham, and mozarella cheese and top it off with some diced tomatoes and cilanto
or pancakes with sliced fruit,
all served with coffee and juice

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

Oatmeal.Toast,if I want to show off my skills ;)

marinelife's avatar

Baked eggs with crumbled bleu cheese.
Toast with raspberry jam.

BarnacleBill's avatar

Orange pecan french toast
Loaded hash browns – potatoes, onion, spinach, tomato, cheese
Crepes with raspberry sauce

just went to the grocery last night, so there is actually something in there.

Supacase's avatar

Fridge is a little empty right now…

Fruit plate of cantaloupe, strawberries, blackberries and peaches or a smoothie with any combination of the fruits listed.

A bowl of oatmeal with those fruit or raisins and brown sugar.

I thought I could do a breakfast scramble, but realized I’m low on eggs. I could still pull off pancakes or pumpkin pancakes with walnuts.

gailcalled's avatar

Lo-fat cottage cheese with barely-sweetened home-made cranberry marmelade, crumbled pecans, and a soup├žon of ground flax seed, oat bran and sunflower seeds. It tastes like dessert.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Oooo! I’m going to @BarnacleBill ‘s house. Anyone car to join me?

Lightlyseared's avatar

Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon.

partyparty's avatar

I could either do a full English breakfast, or smoked salmon and scrambled egg… with lots of cream

Aster's avatar

Welsh Rarebit with Caviar Mousse.

majorrich's avatar

Sausage gravy and biscuits, hash browns and eggs (any style) home made strawberry jam and oj. Bacon if more grease is required. (just got the shopping done.)

Aster's avatar

All this talk of “hash browns” has me wanting them. Do you guys buy them frozen or make them fresh?
Maybe they’re the answer to my hunger two hours after breakfast.

majorrich's avatar

I’ve done it both ways. Depends largely on how much time you have. If I’m making them fresh, I like to let them soak in water for a bit to kind of make them less starchy. Frozen, just dump ‘em in the pan and put a cover over ‘em. That helps them defrost and cook faster.

WestRiverrat's avatar

Breakfast burritos with egg, sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms, cheese, tomatoes and lettuce. A side of frijoles negros and mango/habanero salsa. Coffee or tea and V8 juice.

LuckyGuy's avatar

@Aster I make my hash browns fresh. I use a mandolin to slice the potatoes we always have on the shelf. Then fry ‘em in olive oil. Yum!

Aster's avatar

Oh, yummy. @worriedguy don’t you put onions in them?

LuckyGuy's avatar

I don’t use onions. They’re bad for my breath.
I like to stay minty fresh.

Aster's avatar

ok but its hard to stay “minty fresh” when eating any kind of food. lol Unless you eat mint leaves.

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