I have so much to catch you guys up on and tons of yummy recipes to post (balsamic fig baguettes, roasted veggies, meatloaf, & ground turkey taco salads.) I decided to start with the protein pancakes and cheesy turkey sausage hash since it’s been weeks (oops.)
I love having breakfast for dinner. It’s fun & delicious.
This breakfast consisted of perfectly crunchy bacon, cheesy hash with turkey sausage and veggies, scrambled eggs, protein pancakes and fresh fruit.
Kyle and I picked up Flapjacked Protein Pancake Mix (for the waffles) and a cheap little stainless steel Belgian waffle maker. I chose the Flapjacked mix because it was the cheapest and had a lot of protein and fewer carbs.
The eggs were scrambled with onion powder, garlic powder, light cream, pepper and minced onion.
Baked bacon is the best way to do it. It’s super crunchy and flaky! I also think it’s an easier way to cook the bacon. I hate frying it with oils flying all over the place. I bake it for about fifteen to twenty minutes at 350 degrees.
I sautéed bell peppers and onion for the potato hash with olive oil, black pepper, and sea salt.
I added a bag of hashed potatoes, the sautéed veggies and a bag of turkey sausage to a large frying pan with olive oil.
Continue to cook and stir for twenty five minutes on high heat.
I added a half cup of sharp cheddar cheese and covered.
Turn the heat off and let the cheese melt.
This was my first time making waffles (other than a hotel breakfast.)
Look at that stack! Crazy what a little cheap waffle maker is capable of doing! I can’t believe I haven’t made these before…
We used light syrup and MELT for the top of them!
Melt Organic Rich and Creamy Butter Spread (VEGAN)
This was a yummy breakfast for dinner!
Questions for you!
- Pancakes or Waffles?
- Sausage or Bacon? (vegetarian included)
- Breakfast or Dinner?