by camylow 12 Sep 2015

Good Morning Everyone. My Daughter;s Bridal Shower is next weekend. It will be a Breakfast Bridal Shower at 10 am....I would love for some fun ideas on food...Since it will be outside, I need to take that into consideration.Thank you in advance

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by theduchess 16 Sep 2015

Have you checked your inbox

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by theduchess 15 Sep 2015

Sausage balls are a must at any gathering but especially for the holidays. Best thing is you can make/bake them ahead of time and just heat when needed. great for when you get unexpected comapny. Check your private box. Stella

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by graceandham 15 Sep 2015

Was she a Girl Scout? If so, three G.S. foods come to mind - Juliette Lowe's homemade mints, Walking Salad (in a cored apple), and S'mores - campfire food. Could be fun.

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Leaha by Leaha 16 Sep 2015

Okay I'll bite...what is a 'Walking Salad'? Husband told me you forgot to cut the legs off it and we shouldn't eat it...just let it get away! lol

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by airyfairy 15 Sep 2015

What about pancakes with different fillings or drop scones. I am sure you will have a wonderful time and many congratulations to you all.

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by lbrow 14 Sep 2015

Deanna you have some great ideas here. Any kind of fresh fruit goes well, Sausage Balls, Kish, coffee cake, tiny biscuits with thin slices of ham, Hey throw in a few Bran Muffins, LOL Hash brown potato and sausage casserole is always a hit. Any kind of French pastry also. It is going to be grand whatever you serve I'm sure/Lillian

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by Leaha 14 Sep 2015

Looks as if you have some great ideas. I just wanted to say 'Have fun and enjoy' Congrats to all the major players. :)

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by pennifold 13 Sep 2015

Hi Deanna, over here for nibbles this Cob loaf filled with dip is very popular. I've put the URL down below for you. I hope your daughter's Bridal shower goes off without a hitch. Taste.com has wonderful food ideas.

Love Chris

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camylow by camylow 14 Sep 2015

Thank you Chris.

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by bagelgirl 13 Sep 2015

baked ham and eggs in muffin pan
http://www.tipsfromtown.com/easy-...
OR google baked eggs and ham cups

they are made in a cupcake pan (12) or (6)
oil the cupcake pan
you can use sliced turkey or sliced ham
place a slice of the meat in each cup
you can put a tablespoon of frozen spinach drained
and then crack an egg into each cup then
bake about 10 minutes
take out of the oven and sprinkle grated cheese
and some chopped green onions on top
and after they cool off,
put them in some paper cupcake liners
then on a tray. try it,make 2 so you can see how they look
I make these when I have a lot of people over the holidays

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camylow by camylow 14 Sep 2015

wow...it sounds deicious...thank you

airyfairy by airyfairy 15 Sep 2015

These are great. I make something very similar

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by theduchess 12 Sep 2015

Coffee cake served in an oblong pan cut in squares, Lots of orange juice. Fresh Cantaloupe, grapes. Sausage balls are super easy and you can bake them ahead of time. Shirred eggs served in muffin cups.

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camylow by camylow 13 Sep 2015

I forgot about coffee cake...Thanks...I had plan on doing fruit with the fruit dip...Need the receipe and directions for sausage balls though....I do not know what shirred eggs are, please explain to me...Thank you

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by gerryb 12 Sep 2015

I think you're in the South. Sausage balls. Those always disappear! I have a hot curried fruit receipe, if I can find it, if you want it, PM me. Hot as in heat, not spice.

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camylow by camylow 13 Sep 2015

Actually Im northwestern state (Oregon)///never made sausage balls before...I will take any receipes you want to throw my way...Thank you.

theduchess by theduchess 15 Sep 2015

Once when the late John Wayne(The Duke) came to San Antonio he stayed in a private home.
Everybody wanted to know what was he served for breakfast.
This casserole became known as the John Wayne Casserole.
It became a favorite for us on at Christmas morning.

John Wayne Casserole

1 (2 1/4 oz) can chopped jalapeno peppers (or 4-5 fresh peppers)
1 lb grated Monterrey Jack cheese
1 lb grated cheddar cheese
4 -6 egg whites
4-6 egg yolks
1 (8oz) can evaporated milk
1 tablespoon flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon black pepper
2-3 sliced tomatoes

Combine peppers with cheese.Pour into a well greased shallow 2 quart
casserole dish.
Beat egg whites until stiff.
Combine egg yolks, milk, flour, salt, pepper.
Fold in egg whites.
Pour this on top of cheese and gently stir it in.
Bake for 30 minutes in a 325 degree oven .
remove from oven and place sliced tomatoes on top.
return to oven and bake for 30 minutes more.or until
a knife inserted in center comes out clean.

theduchess by theduchess 16 Sep 2015

UPDATE: Was informed that a friend made this a few weeks ago. She added halved mini tomatoes(different colors) on top. She said it looked beautiful. Hope you try it.

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by cfidl 12 Sep 2015

King crab wrapped in bacon is my favorite.

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camylow by camylow 13 Sep 2015

I don't think there are many seafood fanatics coming. But I bet those would be good. Thanks

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by designgirl 12 Sep 2015

French toast sticks are great.

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camylow by camylow 13 Sep 2015

I have never made french toast sticks...Love french toast...that would be easy on the hot skillet...Thanks....

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by 02kar Moderator 12 Sep 2015

I'm trying to think of what they serve at breakfast buffets. I think a watermelon shell filled with fruit would be very pretty. Muffins arranged on the displays they have for cupcakes would be fun. I'm sure there are some folks who will come up with lots of fun ideas.

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camylow by camylow 13 Sep 2015

Thank you for your ideas

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