Breakfast for Dinner
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Breakfast for Dinner

Last updated on May 26, 2018 by Liza Hawkins

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Yesterday was a crazy-busy work day for me, and consequently lunch didn’t happen until late in the afternoon, and I didn’t make it home until after 6 p.m.

My days aren’t always this way, but they are frequently busy once I’m home with shuffling kids around, making it to board meetings, or attending book club.

I don’t mind at all; such is life with a family of four, and kids who are getting older. Plus, even though it was a busy, late day, I love my job and the work is satisfying.

Some days like this call for take out or delivery.

Other times I’ll make pasta or grilled cheese—things that take less than thirty minutes, and a minimal amount of brain power, to pull together.

One of our favorite quick dinner go-tos, though, is this: breakfast for dinner.

Breakfast for Dinner

I’ve loved breakfast for dinner ever since I was little, and I’m not sure there’s a kid out there who doesn’t.

Whether it’s pancakes, waffles, crêpes, omelettes, fried eggs, or just. plain. cereal, sometimes there’s nothing better than breakfast for dinner.

What a treat, especially as a child, when having something like eggs after 10 a.m. seems almost, well, bad! But really, it’s oh-so-good. Mmmmm…

What’s your favorite breakfast for dinner memory?

Hi, I'm Liza — a self-proclaimed word-nerd who loves getting lost in whimsical stories and epic movies. I have laid-back, practical attitude towards life and am always on the hunt for good eats, easy recipes, binge-worthy shows, relaxing road trip destinations, the perfect fizzy gin cocktail, and time to finish my novel!

2 Comments on “Breakfast for Dinner

  1. I loved breakfast for dinner growing up. My mother made cornmeal waffles, or French Toast. I remember letting butter melt into the crevices of the waffle, then sprinkling with powdered sugar, and watching it morph into almost buttercream frosting.

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