Thursday, April 11, 2013

It's BRINNER time!

Spring is in full swing & if you're anything like me, you are really busy!  It seems like every March, the fates align & we have back-to back plans & projects that don't seem to end.  Being much busier than usual (& more tired, thanks daylight savings!) can make getting dinner on the table a chore.

This is where Brinner comes in.  Breakfast for dinner (brinner) is somehow easier than making a traditional dinner meal & is so tasty.  Last week, after a grueling work day for both of us, we make waffle sandwiches for supper.  They were quick, simple & definitely filled our tummies with deliciousness.

While Andrew cooked up sausage patties on the griddle, I mixed up a bisquick waffle batter.  I added a couple of tablespoons of sugar to the batter mix as well as 1 teaspoon of vanilla to make the waffles taste a little sweetere.  Once the sausage was done, I baked up the waffles in our trusty old wafflemaker & Andrew fried up a couple of eggs.

The crispy, slightly sweet waffles paired perfectly with the savory sausage & fried egg.  The creamy yolk added a decadent richness to the sandwich.  And of course, if you'd like, you can add a drizzle of maple syrup.

For each sandwich, we used two waffles, two small round sausage patties & one fried egg.  So simple, so good.

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