Sunday Morning Breakfast
I woke up early one Sunday morning and sat on the couch to watch some TV and just to think.
After fixing this breakfast my wife told me I should sleep more and spend less time thinking. But, she did like it.
I sprayed a muffin pan with cooking spray and then placed a slice of homemade bacon in a circle on the side of each section of the pan. You can put small cuts in the bacon slice to help it form the circle of the pan. Put this in a 350 degrees preheated oven for about 30 minutes.
While this was cooking I got the pancake batter and eggs ready. I removed the muffin pan from the oven and took the bacon out of each section and placed on a paper towel while I drained the grease from the pan. Then I circled each bacon slice inside each section of the pan like before. Put about two spoonfuls of pancake batter in each section of the pan and place back in the oven for about 6 minutes. Check yours as each oven is different and the pancakes don't have to be done.
Now, remove the pan from oven and pour the scrambled eggs into each pan to the top. Two scrambled was enough for the three on one side of the pan.. The other side I broke one egg per section. Then I place the pan back into the oven and turned the temperature up to 375. In about 8 minutes the scrambled ones were done while the whole eggs took another couple of minutes. .
When I do these again, I will add some pancake syrup to the pancake batter.
But, they were very good and really can be eaten on a plate or just grab it and go. Let cool and microwave for tomorrow’s breakfast as you head out the door for work.
Bacon, egg, and pancake all in one bite -- or two.. It just doesn't get any better than that.