I love to be inventive when it comes to cooking. I like to try all kinds of interesting ideas. Sometimes they work and sometimes they don't. Breakfast is my favorite meal. Sometimes I like to make little breakfast treats on the go. This way I can grab them as I am heading out of the door on the way to start my day. I know eating out is all the rage, but there is still nothing like a homemade breakfast, especially when you come across a winner. I have got a few quick recipes that I think you might like for that early morning rush. These little breakfast treats can even be refrigerator the night before and popped in the microwave for a quick heat up.

Little Breakfast Treats - The Breakfast Muffin

This is such a cool idea and the kids as well as the adults will love them. The first thing that you will want to do is preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Then fry up some bacon, sausage, or ham and set aside to let it cool. Next, get out a muffin pan that holds about 12 good size muffins. Take out a can of biscuits and using a rolling pin, roll them into thin disc. You will want to press them down into each of the buttered muffin cups so that they reach up to the top of the cup. Next, break up some eggs into a bowl and beat them as if you were making scrambled eggs. Add some salt and pepper. Now, cut up the bacon, sausage, or ham into small pieces. Fill the muffin cups about half full with the egg mixture after you have pressed your biscuit down inside of them. Add some of the meat into the biscuit cup, and then sprinkle with cheese. Don't allow the ingredient to get over 3/4 high in the muffin cup. Bake at 425 degrees for about 10 minutes. Let them cool and then remove them. You will have some great tasting popovers.

Little Breakfast Treats - Sausage and Egg Balls

I have never actually made these yet, however, my neighbor brought these over the other day and I just couldn't resist sharing this recipe with you. This little breakfast treat is so interesting and yet simple. Boil about six eggs and let them cool, then remove the shells. Roll out some sausage flat out on the counter about quarter of an inch thick; don't use Jimmy Dean's for this because she said that it will break apart. Anyway wrap sausage around each egg; it should look completely round like a baseball. Drop them down into a deep fryer at medium high heat and cook for a few minutes or until down. After they cool, use a sharp knife and cut them in half. You can lay them out into an egg tray to serve. They look so yummy and this is a convenient way to take a breakfast treat with you on the go. If you have any little treats like this and you want to share the recipes with our readers please post them in the comment box.

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