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Making a special breakfast for your family on an early morning can be a great way to start their and your day off with smiles. Starting off with a delicious breakfast is what can make any day turn into a great day. Your family will appreciate you and the effort you make.

Here are three great breakfast recipes to try on your favorite people:

  • Apple-Bacon-Cheddar-Bake
  • Bacon and Cheese Puff
  • Blueberry Brunch Bake

 

Apple-Bacon-Cheddar-Bake

    This dish is as good as it sounds. It combines the best of the salty and sweet breakfast into one. You need one pound of fried, crumbled bacon, three cups of apples, two tablespoons of sugar, two cups of shredded cheddar, two cups of biscuit mix, one teaspoon of baking powder, a half teaspoon of salt, two cups of milk, and five eggs. First mix the apples, sugar, and cheese, and place them in rows in a casserole dish. Then sprinkle the bacon and rest of the ingredients over the apples and bake for about 35 minutes. You oven needs to be at 375F and serve them nice and warm!
 

 

Bacon and Cheese Puff

    For this great recipe you will need eight slices of bacon, two onions, a loaf of white bread, a half a pound of Swiss cheese, eight eggs, four cups of milk, a teaspoon and a half of salt, a quarter teaspoon of pepper, and a dash of red pepper. Cook your bacon very crisp with the onions. Line your casserole dish with the bread, laying the bacon, onions, and cheese on top. Pour the rest of the ingredients in and bake at 375F for about 45 minutes (or until the top puffs).
 

 

Blueberry Brunch Bake

    For this scrumptious meal you are going to need a pound of hard French bread, a cup and a half of blueberries, twelve ounces of cream cheese, eight eggs, a half cup of plain yogurt, a third cup of sour cream, a teaspoon of vanilla extract, a half of teaspoon of cinnamon, a half cup of milk, and a third cup of maple syrup. Your first step is to grease your pan and line the dish with the bread and blueberries. In a separate bowl beat the cream cheese, eggs, yogurt, sour cream, vanilla and cinnamon together. Blend in the syrup and milk and dish over the bread. You need to refrigerate this dish over night and then bake for thirty minutes at 350F before you want to serve it.
 

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