Burgers for breakfast! Or breakfast burgers for dinner. Regardless of when you like to eat your breakfast foods, these will be a hit. Jessica at How Sweet It Is dreamed up these great burgers made with ground beef, bacon, eggs, and topped with havarti cheese and a maple aioli on english muffins. Get the recipe and instructions at How Sweet It Is.
If you like your food spicy, you’ll want to try this firehouse habanero skillet by Gloria. It’s made with habanero-filled sausages, tomatoes, bow tie pasta, and lots of cheese. I like a medium amount of spice, but this recipe looks so good I’m going to have to try it with a few glasses of cold water within reach! Or make this without any spice by using your favorite non-spicy sausage. Get the recipe and instructions at Simply Gloria.
Food photos that stand out to me tend to have things like bread, lots of cheese, bacon, pasta, or some kind of delicious sauce (the list gets longer). Lisa’s recipe for pastrami and cheese stuffed pretzel sticks caught my eye because I spotted bread and cheese, and loved the idea of having the bread baked in the form of a stick. Then I read pretzel bread and think I drooled a little bit. These look like the type of food I would eat seven of, and you can substitute pastrami for anything (bacon or sausage come to mind, maybe even some eggs for little breakfast burritos). Get the recipe and instructions at Creole Contessa.
This actually exists: chicken and bacon mixed with ricotta cheese and rolled into lasagna noodles, topped with alfredo sauce and cheese, and then baked. I’m literally drooling. I like where Gloria took these, and think they would be the perfect thing to serve when having guests over or to spoil the kids (or spouse) every once in a while. Because they’re mini, it’s easy to eat a lot of these so make sure you make enough since I can assure you everyone will come back for more. And more. And more. Get the recipe and instructions at Simply Gloria.
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When I look at the photo of these bbq grilled beef ribs sandwiches by Gloria at Simply Gloria, the first thing I think is how messy these will be and then I realize I wouldn’t care. This photo just straight makes me hungry, and I think I have some readers who will agree. I’m pretty liberal with my bbq sauce – I love to slather it on just about anything and don’t mind if I have to get a little messy to enjoy it. But what I especially love about Gloria’s recipe is that it requires grilling and then everything is put onto a sandwich (bread makes things better). A few foods fall onto my I-don’t-want-to-share list, and this is one of them! Get the recipe and instructions at Simply Gloria.