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January 8, 2016

GREEN PEPPER EGGS...MAKING BREAKFAST BEAUTIFUL


I am always looking for new ideas for breakfast, aren't you?
Often times, we grab a piece of toast or an english muffin
and that is expected to carry us through until the noon hour arrives.

I try to always make a pretty presentation when serving the family
and this little delight was not only easy, but has become a frequent
request for our weekday breakfasts!


One egg
One green pepper slice
Goat Cheese
Mrs. Dash
Mozzarella cheese, grated

Steam the green pepper slice in a small saucepan for about 2-3 minutes.
Crack one egg in the center of the ring.
Add a few teaspoons of goat cheese.
Sprinkle with Mrs. Dash
Allow the egg to set on both sides, about 3 minutes per side.
Sprinkle with grated Mozzarella cheese and allow to melt.
Ready to serve on whole grain toast.


“My hour for tea is half-past five, and 
my buttered toast waits for nobody.”


~Wilkie Collins, The Woman in White


Have a good weekend everyone!

14 comments:

  1. That looks good. Awww-- Sierra was a butter bandit, too. :)

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    1. I miss darling Sierra too....your most precious companion. Hugs and sweet blessings to The Mouse House.....stay warm! Have you seen Simon" He is probably in his safe hiding place waiting for spring!

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  2. Looks good! And we _can_ get peppers, which are edible, in winter. Unlike edible tomatoes, at this time of year. ,-)

    Oh that dear Miss Mae Mobley. Daintily licking her bit of butter... :-))))))

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    1. Hope you try and enjoy the recipe! As always, thank you for visiting me! Hugs!

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  3. That looks like a nice breakfast. Is the cat the official taste tester? Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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    1. Mae is not the "official" taste tester, unless butter is involved Susie! Have a great week love!!

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  4. It really does look pretty! Bet you could get a red "ribbon" on it for Christmas time breakfasts, too. I am guilty of not giving much time or thought to breakfast.

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    1. Hope you are having a lovely week Vee. Thank you for visiting me and please stay warm!

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  5. Lovely breakfast plate, Betsy. I usually have more time on the weekends to have a special breakfast and I will try your recipe soon. Such a sweet little kitty! ♥

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    1. Hi Martha Ellen! Enjoy the little recipe and I wish you a lovely New Year ahead!

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  6. You've inspired me. Breakfast can be too dull, it's time to liven it up!

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    1. Hi there! So glad you are going to try this little recipe! Thank you for visiting me today!

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  7. Yum! I like red peppers, not green, so I will substitute..... Thanks:)

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    1. I adore red pepper too Ron! I think we will certainly use your idea today! Thanks for stopping by and look forward to more Mardi Gras at The Uptown Acorn!

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