Sunday, March 25, 2012

March Photo A Day - Breakfast

I love breakfast. It is my favorite meal. I often cook breakfast food for dinner. Bacon, eggs, pancakes! Bring it on!

Every year for Christmas Breakfast I make this amazing blueberry stuffed French toast with a blueberry syrup that I love so much if I could make it big enough I was cuddle right down into it. For some reason, a reason that I cannot fathom, I have never actually taken a photograph of this most delicious meal.

So, instead I present the meager meal we broke our fast with this morning.

First my husband finished off the last of the Lucky Charms – which as we all know are made with crack because that is the only reason I can come up with to explain how we* went through four boxes of them in less than five days! Before you judge, they were on BOGO last week and we all love them, so yes, four freaking boxes. Ridiculous, I know.

Yes. Three EMPTY boxes of Lucky Charms. Or should I call them Lucky Crack?

Next, since Scott had polished off the Lucky Charms I decided to make some muffins. I made a scrumptious banana muffin and a yummy jelly-filled muffin.

Banana Muffins. Moist and so very bananay.
The jelly-filled muffins didn't turn out quite like I expected but they were still good.

* by “we” I mean my husband.

P.S. – my internet is spotty at best for the next couple days until a tech-geek can get in here and make it all better, so I apologize in advanced if I miss a day or two.


  1. Holy Need-To-Gorge, Batman. Lucky Charms are the BEST (despite those marshmallows stretching the term "marshmallow"...those things won't work in a smore) banana muffins are incredibly delicious, then you rocked us with the jelly filled!?! unbelievable. Put them in my face!

    1. Really? The jelly-filled muffins are that rockin'? Cool. Unfortunately, I cannot share as they are now all gone.

  2. Did you know that the marshmallow pieces in Lucky Charms were originally made from left over circus peanut parts? The marshmallows are THE crack in Lucky Charms. One of the things I miss most about living in the states, eating breakfast in a restaurant. They have breakfast places on Guam, but it's just not the same.

    1. Really? I'm not sure I like them anymore now. And from what I've heard, yes, breakfast at diners is the thing I'd miss the most in a foreign country.