It’s Sunday, the day of rest. You’re laying in bed with an entire day at your fingertips. You can enjoy relaxing in your bed for however long you want or you can get up and begin to make breakfast after you take a run in sunny Palm Beach. Sundays are some of the best days because you have a lazy day ahead, but then again the same can be said for Saturdays. Those weekend mornings should be celebrated because you’re able to enjoy the few days ahead that you have off.
At our fresh market, we have a variety of delicious foods that you can incorporate into your breakfast. From fresh strawberries for delicious stuffed french toast to ham and bacon for Eggs Benedict and omelets, we have you covered when it comes to fresh ingredients. If you’d like to stock up on some delicious and fresh food for your week, then check out Joseph’s Classic Market.
Delicious Breakfast Ideas To Try On Those Lazy Weekends
Breakfast is and continues to be the most important meal of the day. Skipping breakfast can be easy to do, especially on the weekends. If you want to have some brain power, then it’s vital that you cook yourself a nice, big, healthy breakfast. On the weekends, you have more time to really dive into a breakfast that will leave you satisfied. While the normal pancakes, bacon, and eggs might be calling your name, why don’t you freshen up your meal with ingredients from our fresh market? Below are just a few of the delicious recipes you can make at home. All of which are easy and healthy, but not too healthy where you won’t feel satisfied.
Biscuits, bacon, egg, cheese, some veggies, and — voila! You have a delicious, nutritious, and satisfying breakfast sandwich to take with you as you run your weekend errands. What’s neat about breakfast sandwiches is that they come in all shapes, sizes, and tastes. Living in Florida, you probably indulge in quite a few burritos, which is why we wanted to re-introduce the breakfast sandwich to you. With so many restaurants selling breakfast sandwiches, why don’t you save on some dollars and make your own with fresh food? You can take a freshly baked biscuit, English muffin, or a bagel and pile it high with some delicious and nutritious ingredients to leave you feeling fulfilled.
Southern Eggs Benedict
While Florida doesn’t necessarily count as the south — at least according to some — that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a delicious southern Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict, in general, is delicious, but when you add that southern taste that’s pure deliciousness, you have a breakfast dish that’s absolutely mouthwatering. For Eggs Benedict, you’ll need some pure southern grits, eggs, country ham, parsley, garlic, mayonnaise, Tabasco, lemon juice, creole mustard, shrimp, heavy cream, and paprika. Keep in mind, you’ll want to prepare the grits before you make the breakfast the night before. For the entirety of this dish, check out Genius Kitchen.
Apple Stuffed French Toast
Another delicious breakfast dish you can make is apple stuffed french toast. Apple stuffed french toast has the best of both worlds. You have a large apple, butter as well as bread that’s cooked to perfection. If you want to satisfy that sweet tooth on a bright, early, and gorgeous Florida morning then, try out this recipe. You’ll need butter, sugar, cinnamon, half and half, eggs, vanilla, nutmeg, bread, butter, apples, and if you’d like to make it extra sweet then confectioner’s sugar.
Baked Egg Ham Cups
If you enjoy more savory breakfasts, then baked egg ham cups may be for you. These baked egg ham cups are extremely easy, especially when you have a ramekin or a muffin tin. You’ll need thinly sliced hap, eggs, parmesan cheese, green onions, oil, salt and pepper. These are very easy to make and they only take 20 minutes. You’ll want to put the ham inside, crack the egg, and then top it off with green onion and cheese before sticking it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes. You’ll love how this savory breakfast item tastes, especially when it’s so easy to make.
Do any of these tasty breakfast dishes sound like something you want to make? Stay tuned for our next blog to learn more delicious breakfast treats you can make.