Breakfast in Bed Has Never Tasted Better
Waking up to a breakfast in bed is one of life’s simple luxuries.
While our Saturdays can be filled with errands, ball games and laundry, Sundays can be a day when waking up is almost optional. Sunday is the day that many turn off their alarms and wake with their circadian rhythm, instead of the rhythm of their alarm clocks.
Plus, with low morning temperatures in the U.S. (for instance, temperatures in the Southwest range from 18° in Omaha to 21° in Denver to 31° in Salt Lake City), getting out of bed when it is so cold outside and so warm inside can be challenging.
If you woke instead to a breakfast in bed, now that is a different story. Couple it with an iPad with your favorite Netflix series, and you now have breakfast in bed and a movie.
Whether it’s something you do to impress your significant other, score points with your mom, or pamper your dad, a breakfast in bed can make anyone’s day. Whether you live in the Southwest or just love their food, here is a trio of dishes that bring the flavor to breakfast and are sure wake up even the deep sleeper in the house.
- Wake up with Cowgirl biscuits and Gravy. While you might think of this as an appetizer, this recipe is almost a meal in and of itself, featuring brown lentils, onions, red bell peppers, and carrots. You’ll add ranch dressing along with pepper, mustard seed and other ingredients.
- And who can resist the smell of sausage, cheese and hot sauce? All in a breakfast casserole called the Garlic Flavor Hot Sauce Breakfast Bake (pictured above). Your sleepy head will love this mix of eggs, milk, cheese, sour cream, peppers, mushrooms and Garlic Flavor Hot Sauce.
- If your loved one prefers to watch the cholesterol intake, this recipe uses cholesterol free egg product, along with cottage cheese, green peppers, onions and cheddar, along with your favorite chunky salsa. Try the Tex-Mex Breakfast Scramble.
Now, go make someone’s day and make them feel special!