Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Garden Breakfast




This meal might be for breakfast or, really, any other time of day! 




Our one acre farm has a vegetable garden and a couple of green houses. 



We also have our sweet chickens providing plenty of eggs.


So, here's a quick and tasty Garden Breakfast.  Sprinkle the eggs with a little garlic and cheese. 



This Garlic Bread sprinkle is used in all kinds of recipes around here.



Toss in a skillet with a handful of cherry tomatoes cut in half.  Cook on low heat until eggs are done.


Serve with sliced bell peppers near a sunny window. 

Mmmm...  The joy of gardening!  ;-)  -Marci

17 comments:

  1. This looks so yummy and it's healthy to boot! can't wait to give it a try. I am so glad that I found you through 33 Shades of Green Tasty Tuesday!

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    1. Hi, Mary! Welcome! I love 33 Shades of Green, too! -Marci

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  2. Ohhh now I craved tomatoes, they look delic! I suppose it is better to crave tomatoes than candy! ;-)

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    1. Hi, there! Some tomatoes are very sweet, almost like candy! -Marci

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  3. That looks delicious! I love eggs for breakfast too.

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz via Ann's Thriving on Thursday

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    1. Hello, Natasha! I'm so glad you stopped by! -Marci

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  4. This looks fantastic.. you can invite me over for breakfast anytime! My postage stamp backyard does not include a spot for veggies or chickens!
    Oh and seriously.. I just love your name for the blog hop.. Hippo HOP .. just perfect! Thanks for always joining in the fun!
    xoxo
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

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    1. Hey, Amie Girl! 'Love your Pinkopotomus Blog! You are welcome for breakfast any day of the week! -Marci

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  5. Garden meals are amazing!! We canned sauce last night, but not before we made some spaghetti and had sauce! Your newest follower from the Under 300 at Pinkapotamus!

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    1. Hi, Jen! Don't you love Pinkapotamus! I should cook breakfast for you along with Amie!! ;-) -Marci

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  6. That sounds absolutely DIVINE! I've been slow-roasting my ABUNDANT tomatoes -- both regular and cherry varieties -- in the oven with some olive oil, fresh cracked pepper, sea salt, and a little garlic. I've been eating them like CANDY. Some of them make it into the fridge, though! I love to spread some on toast with some bacon... a twist on the BLT (minus the T!). :oD

    I must look for the garlic bread sprinkle! Sounds like an absolute STAPLE!

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    1. Hello, Care! Thank you for sharing your recipe. Mmmm... I can see why you would eat them like candy! -Marci

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  7. Those tomatoes look gorgeous! YUM! Thanks so much for sharing this at the {what's shakin' link party}!!

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    1. Hello, Keri! 'Love the What's Shakin' Party! -Marci

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  8. Marci, thanks very much for stopping by and linking in with Food on friday. I am blown away by all the different breakfast dishes - over 175 now!

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  9. Those are beautiful tomatoes - I'm coming to your house for breakfast! Thanks for sharing on the What's for Dinner link up!!

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  10. We grew tomatoes in our backyard and I have always loved the flavor of garden fresh tomatoes. Thank you for sharing your healthy and delicious Garden Breakfast with us at the Plant-based Potluck Party. I'm pinning and sharing.

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