Vintage Breakfast Recipes
For me, “breakfast” can be a meal early in the morning all the way until I go to bed. A bowl of cold cereal or hot bacon and eggs will always hit the spot.
Breakfast is the first meal of the day. The word in English refers to breaking the fasting period of the previous night.Source: Wikipedia – Breakfast
There are LOTS of “holidays” to celebrate breakfast… and why not, it’s a great meal!
- National Cereal Day is March 7th. Click here to view all March Food Holidays.
- National Eggs Benedict Day is April 16th. Click here to view all April Food Holidays.
- May is National Egg Month. Click here to view all May Food Holidays.
- National Bacon Lover’s Day is August 20th. Click here to view all August Food Holidays.
- National “Grits for Breakfast” Day AND International Bacon Day is September 2nd and September is Better Breakfast Month. Click here to view all of our September Food Holidays.
- The second Friday of October is World Egg Day. Click here to view all October Food Holidays.
- November 2nd is National Deviled Egg Days. November 15th is National Raisin Bran Cereal Day. Click here to view all November Food Holidays.
- National Bacon Day is December 30th. Click here to view all December Food Holidays.
Variants of the full breakfast and continental breakfast are also common.
In the Southeastern United States, grits, and biscuits and gravy are popularly eaten at breakfast.
In many regions around the country, bagels are a common breakfast item, and are often served sliced in half, toasted, and spread with butter or cream cheese or other toppings.
Another popular breakfast item in the United States are doughnuts, which are often consumed exclusively of other breakfast foods.
Coffee is a common beverage, as is tea, and orange juice, tomato juice, and other fruit juices are consumed by people of all ages. Click here to view all of our published Beverage Recipes.
Do you like your biscuits with butter and honey or smothered with sausage gravy?
However you like them, check out the Biscuit Recipes published to date.
Egg Casserole Recipes
Egg Casseroles are easy to make a breakfast dish that is great for feeding the masses. I used to make them when the kids had sleepovers since they are easy to make and serve.
Click here to view all of our published Egg Casserole Recipes.
Crisp on the outside and tender on the inside… smothered with hot melted butter and syrup. Mmm… waffles!
Click here to view all of the Waffle Recipes published to date, cooking tips, and more.