I need some new breakfast recipes, I prefer to keep breakfast under $5

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      Does anyone have any they are willing to share?

      #84632 Reply

        If you have a Dollar tree near you they sell Farmer John 7 oz sausages for $1.25. then I get a dozen eggs from Walmart for $2.60 and bag of spinach for $2.25.

        I cook the sausage and chop it into small bits and then use the oil to grease My 9×13 glass pan. Then I whip the eggs up with a half a cup of cold water. Chop up spinach and add to eggs, then add sausage crumbles.

        Take it at 350° for about 20 minutes. I cut it into squares and eat it for breakfast and lunches.

        I will say I add some red chili flakes, garlic powder and salt and pepper before I bake it. But I always get 12 pieces out of it so that’s a really good bargain.

        #84633 Reply

          My husband recently made a batch of mashed pinto beans. We’ve been eating bean and egg burritos for breakfast every morning.

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            Breakfast burritos! Eggs, bacon bits, cheese, salsa … add from there. Sausage, chorizo, ham etc

            #84635 Reply

              Crustless Quiche -you can google recipe. Use leftovers in your fridge. Mushrooms, a little broccoli, spinach some grated Swiss. Learn how to cook grits. NOT instant, but quick grits are ok.

              #84636 Reply

                Another casserole, Cheesy Salsa Eggs, cube and roast potatoes, then top with scrambled eggs, shredded cheese, and Salsa. So good.

                But my favorite breakfast is medium boiled eggs, feta cheese, Kalamata olives, and a little salad of lettuce, cucumber, tomato, and parsley. Light and nutritious.

                Useful: Silicone baking moulds/trays/pads – Do these have “expiry date” or a number of uses good for?

                #84637 Reply

                  Love all the recipes. And my dogs will too. I share most everything, lol. Watch my spices or make them their own batch.

                  #84638 Reply

                    I love Walmarts seeded rye bread toasted with mashed avocado and a fried egg on top salt and pepper…but I don’t eat breakfast so it’s usually lunch… the cost would be about $2 -3 a meal.

                    I also cook up a batch of rolled oats sweeten put in jars for a quick easy meal just add milk and heat it up and eat out of the jar.

                    Cook a batch of pinto beans season with bacon jalapeños and onions to use leftovers refry add shredded cheese on top and eat with 2 fried eggs.

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