Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Time to Slow Down & Enjoy

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I've told you how much I hate mornings and how I don't do a very good job getting up and making my kids a hot breakfast during the week. But the weekends...ahhh, the weekends, are a different story. When I'm not awakened by my evil alarm clock, I'm a much more pleasant person. When I don't have to rush anyone off to school, I have time to cook breakfast and the kids have time to actually chew and taste it before gulping it down.

On Sundays, after church, we come home and cook Belgian waffles, or monkey bread. We cut up fresh fruit, fry up some bacon, and pour glasses of icy cold orange juice. My kids all help with the preparation. I love teaching my kids to cook. My daughter, Savannah is taking a foods class in high school this year. She's come home from school and told me, in disbelief, "Mom, the other kids didn't even know how to peel a potato!" Or, "No one else knew how to dice an onion!" I'm glad, by the time my kids leave the house, they'll possess basic cooking skills and won't have to eat popcorn for dinner every night. Now if I could just get them to help me clean up the kitchen...

So, how are weekends different in your home? Are they difference? For a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card, leave me a comment here and let me know what kind of traditions you have for weekend breakfasts?

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155 comments:

Juneau Poole Party said...

We love weekend breakfasts!

Saturday is Sugar Ceral Saturday (to go wtih cartoons)

and Sunday we make sourdough pancakes - and make some extras for the weekday breakfasts!

Joanne Lendaro said...

Only difference between the week and weekend is we all sit down TOGETHER! During the week everyone has different schedules so it's hard for everyone to be together. LOVE this about the weekends...

Garth and Becky said...

Weekend breakfasts for us mean a good old brunch...scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon, pancakes or biscuits. We love eating together on a Saturday morning!

kellyH said...

oftentimes our weekend mornings seem just as hectic as other mornings, unfortunately. But on that rare Saturday morning, when we don't have to sprint our the door, I love to make pancakes or waffles, topped with strawberries or blueberries from the freezer!

Nicole Greene said...

Our weekend favorite is waffles, eggs, and juice! During the weekdays it’s usually something quick!

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Andrea Hatfield said...

My husband always makes breakfast on the weekends. He usually makes bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches on toast. Yum!

Just call me b said...

Weekday mornings are usually busier. Weekend mornings start a bit later, and are usually more laid back. More time to cook...and enjoy :)

Anonymous said...

I love teaching my girls how to cook, but on the other hand I dont always have the patience.... They have become masters at cracking eggs!!

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Sweetie said...

Our kids are grown so breakfast is pretty much the same during the week or on weekends but sometimes my husband makes pancakes on the weekends. Most of the time it is coffee and Stella Dora for me during the week. I am NOT a morning person either :)

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my3texasboys said...

Me and the kids try to make pancakes together. We do occasionally have the traditional eggs, toast & bacon on Sunday mornings too.

Carrie M. said...

My family LOVES chocolate chip pancakes. I always wake up early on Saturday morning and prepare these treats for my kids. Occassionally my husband will make his famous breakfast burritos. These are awesome (because I don't cook them...lol). We love family breakfasts on the weekends!

Simple Country Girl said...

We actually have time to cook breakfast and sit down and enjoy it on weekends. My kids beg for the famous bacon that they love. And we must throw in some pancakes too!

Irishmama said...

On weekends I make Pancakes, I have a special pan that makes them with smiley faces. I always put a surprise flavor........mashed banana, choc chips, blueberries etc.

Pam said...

Ahh .... love the weekend and it's special breakfasts! We usually have a big family breakfast on Sunday before we go to our church meeting.

Tara said...

My husband has been known to cook pancakes on Sunday mornings, but it is rare. We usually do the same thing... cereal.

Ruth said...

When I make breakfast on Sunday I usually make enough to put in the fridge for the school week. Then in the mornings, I pull it out, pop it in the microwave and hot breakfast it is. Usually it's pancakes, muffins, or occasionally sweet rolls but they all reheat nicely and more importantly quickly.

Jon and Sarah said...

Saturday mornings, we eat breakfast together. Usually, I'll make oatmeal or eggs/pancakes, and we all sit down together. I love weekends!

Sarah said...

sleep in, if the kids will let us, then pancakes

Queen of pink in a house of blue said...

no difference here. well, except the kids don't go to school. Hubby works roatatin shifts, so sometimes his 'weekend' is during the week, other times not.
the kids, they wake up early no matter what!
what i wouldn't give to sleep until I'M ready to wake up!!

sometimes we do a 'big' breakfast on the weekends and sit together.

Robin M. said...

Usually I try to make muffins... nothing fancy but something that does take a little more time than I have on weekdays.

fostertam said...

We usually go out to eat on Sunday mornings--on the later side--Bob Evens has some stuffed pancakes that I love. On Saturday's everyone kind of does their own thing because we get up at different times. Sometimes do a later breakfast because we sleep late. My favorite is blueberry pancakes with lite sausage.

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Meg said...

Saturday mornings are no different from the week except we get to sleep an extra hour and 40 minutes - then its time to get up and hurry out the door to bowling (and from there to gymnastics for my DD). But Sunday mornings, when my husband is home, he LOVES to cook breakfast - pancakes or waffles or his famous crepes. The only downside of the crepes is that we don't all sit down together since they're made one at a time; the kids and I sit together and DH cooks and serves. We do get to talk, just differently than if when we have pancakes or waffles.

Norma said...

Since I'm retired weekdays and weekends are pretty much the same :) I do have breakfast out with my daughter occasionally on the weekend.

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LAMusing said...

Saturday is pretty much like weekdays, but Sunday is a lazy sleep in day - then a really big late breakfast of bacon and eggs, waffles and OJ!
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Shannon said...

Weekends are usually when we do things like pancakes or cinnamon rolls. Plus Daddy is home!

Bug said...

The difference between weekdays and weekends is that we're all together for meals on Saturday and Sunday. It's so great to eat and talk without worrying about rushing off to do one thing or another.

Jobie said...

I try to sleep late on Saturdays and often go out for breakfast - something that time doesn't allow me to do during the week.

Charity Donovan said...

We make crepes on the weekends! Yummo!
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Anonymous said...

My husband likes to make Saturday breakfast and I get to choose the menu…anything from blueberry pancakes to french toast or eggs!

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Brooke said...

No traditions really. Unless you consider not getting our your pajamas on most Sundays a tradition. That sounds better than calling it "being lazy".
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Tamara B. said...

I’ll make biscuits & gravy, or Belgium waffles, oreggs, bacon, hash browns for big brunches. That is the only time we have time together to really sit down and enjoy spending time together as a family.
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Mary Helen said...

We usually sleep a little later on the weekends. I like to make something for breakfast and then eat it in bed - even if it is a bowl or cereal or peanut butter toast. I also love pancakes! If we leave early to run errands, we might stop at Einsten Bros. for a bagel or Chick-Fil-A for a chicken biscuit. Yum!

Krissie said...

One weekend a month we go out to breakfast. Everyone looks forward to that, especially ME. The other weekends, we have a much nicer, more relaxed breakfast than on weekdays!
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Wander said...

Weekends are AWESOME!!! We sleep in and cook something yummy on wkds.
I love sitting with my family and talking over a big breakfast!

ms-texas said...

we sleep late on saturdays and ususally just have cereal or oatmeal - sometimes we go to mcdonalds for a bacon egg & cheese

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Lesley said...

I love weekend breakfast! Usually we make pancakes from scratch...sometimes plain, sometimes with blueberries or bananas in them...or maybe chocolate chips. I let the kids sprinkle powdered sugar on top, lather them with syrup and then put whip cream on top! We usually have extras we freeze for during the week, too!

Chick Hatchers said...

Unfortunately we have no tradition on the weekends. It's just the same as any other day. Sundays are simple wo we don't run late to churhc. But they are not the same form week to week. I'd love a tradition or routine, but just don't have the energy in the mornings.

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Susan C. said...

For me, weekends mean baking - muffins and scones especially. There's definitely no time to do that during the week!

V1nce said...

In my house unfortunately planned family meals are uncommon; we all fend for ourselves.

I try not to eat out a lot and have some favorites like soups for lunch and a hopefully sensible dinner of some sort.

jessica said...

I wish Kelloggs participated in things like box tops for education considering how many childrens cereals they have. But I do love me some raisin bran crunch!!

kirine said...

Husband makes egg sandwiches, or omelets.

mdvelazquez said...

Weekends are very different because I am actually home when my husband wakes up. What is prepared depends on the whether and our moods. Regardless bacon is usually a key feature.

Denise said...

MMmmm, I love breakfast food. I honestly make it for dinner at least 2x a month. This morning, however, before herding the kiddos out the door, they scarfed down some eggos and oranges. I feel pretty good about that.

Denise said...

MMmmm, I love breakfast food. I honestly make it for dinner at least 2x a month. This morning, however, before herding the kiddos out the door, they scarfed down some eggos and oranges. I feel pretty good about that.

Gayle in NC said...

Saturday mornings are usually pretty busy for us, and like you Dawn, I do not have the time to cook breakfast during the week in between the hustle and bustle of getting the kids up, dressed, and to the bus stop on time. Sundays however are different. We usually do different things, eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy, livermush (a southern thing), waffles, pancakes, potatoes...it all just depends. I too am trying to teach my kids how to cook. My niece is learning to cook on the George Foreman grill and makes great hotdogs and grilled cheese sandwiches, while my daughter can cook things like meatloaf and mashed potatoes. However, being she is only 9, this means I peel the potatoes, cut them, wash them, cook them, and she mixes them.

tiggi66 said...

Saturday is a regular breakfast day. Usually cereal and Sunday breakfast is usually a big egg, bacon, toast...breakfast.

Mandy said...

Love the weekends! Love breakfast!! I could eat a big breakfast everyday - if only I had the time and the super duper metabolism for it! :)

When it comes to the menu, our household of 4 are equally divided - two of us like the sweet stuff like pancakes and waffles, while the other two like anything fried and smothered in gravy. We take turns or make a little of both and everyone's happy.

Yum! I'm hungry now! :)

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Neisha Miller said...

We don't usually have a planned out breakfast on Saturdays, because my husband works a lot of Friday nights/Saturdays. But Sundays (especially the Sundays we have the boys), we go all out. Pancakes or french toast with eggs, toast, bacon or sausage, orange juice, fruit. I love Sunday morning breakfasts :-)

Anjie said...

My husband makes French Toast and bacon! He is the King of French Toast in our house. Some weekends we skip it, but when we don't, yummy!

4cheeseheads said...

i'm like you. weekdays - cold cereal. weekends - eggs, waffles, pancakes etc...
i like to make heart shaped pancakes, then we sprinkle powdered sugar (kids love helping with this) and we pour strawberry syrup over them. my family loves them.

Erin said...

Weekends here are actually busier than the weekdays, but breakfast is typically no different. The kids or I decide if we want bagels with cream cheese, cold cereal or oatmeal. If the kids behave (I have 4 kids, aged 5 to 9 months), I might be persuaded to make scrambled eggs and toast. If I want to cook a big breakfast, I'll usually make it for dinner! :)

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Saturday I'll make smoothies and let the kids drink them in front of the TV. Sunday is Dad's turn to make pancakes, eggs or French toast. The great thing about weekends is being able to eat a leisurely breakfast instead of rushing to get to school!

Kelly Massman said...

I would say our family's favorite weekend breakfast is pancakes and bacon--maybe eggs, too! Thanks!
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lifeiswonderful said...

My sons & I decide on Saturday what we want for Sunday breakfast, OK so maybe brunch. Anyway, they prepare the menu, their favorite is chocolate chip pancakes with powdered sugar sprinkled on the top. We make 'em from scratch and my 12 year old has mastered breaking an egg in each hand at the same time. My 10 year old is the flipper and know exactly how many bubbles each pancake should have. I LOVe that they are so in to cooking & know the basics. No ramen noodles for them!

Julie said...

On the weekends we usually have cereal or, my favorite, buttermilk pancakes. My husband makes the best pancakes! Once every couple months or so he makes eggs, grits and bacon. I'm so lucky that he likes to cook breakfast because I'm not a morning person. :)

Elle said...

I am the first to admit, I am not a good cook. I don't enjoy it AT ALL...but I do it keep my kids healthy.
The weekends are great because DAD COOKS!! He loves to cook up somthing amazing.

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Sdjnpete4 said...

Weekends unfortunatly are my Monday and Tuesday so our "big breakfasts" Usually happen for dinner :)

jessica said...

On the weekends when we don't have soccer games or birthday parties or what have you, we like waffles. Belgian waffles, pumpkin waffles, with syrup, with fruit and cream, with butter and powdered sugar. It's really nice to have a late warm meal in the morning instead of cold cereal or instant oatmeal!

Pam from alertandorientedx4 said...

On those rare Sundays when none of us are in the worship band, we love blueberry pancakes! And on the 4th Saturday of the month, we try to plan a big breakfast (biscuits & gravy, etc...).. I am a carb wh**e and I have no control. The first step is admitting you have a problem, right?

Missi said...

Weekends are WAY different. I'm usually the first to leave in our house (before my daughter is even out of bed). So the weekends I actually get to see what she eats & reminds her to take her medicine. Other than the occasional pancakes it's mainly same type of foods as weekdays.

Racingjourno said...

My favorite weekend breakfast is bacon and eggs. On weekdays it’s a protein shake.

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Anonymous said...

Weekends are different in that we don't have to rush, and we actaually eat breakfast together!

jakiesmom said...

saturdays we are on the go early so we usually stop for a bagel..but sundays i try to make bacon and whatever else i can convince my lil guy to eat//during the week it's usually just cereal or whole grain toast
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kimbalaya said...

Sunday is our big breakfast day too. Maybe biscuits & gravy, hash browns, eggs and vegetarian bacon or sausage. Or pancakes and eggs.

Melissa said...

Now that my high schooler has graduated, that means no more really early mornings, my two girls in elementary school don't start until 830am so I try to make sure they eat breakfast but that doesn't always happen so I've started making fruit smoothies using frozen fruit (the big $10 bags from costco) juice and I'll add a container of yogurt...blend it up and put it in those plastic to-go cups we take home from restaurants my girls love it and enjoy it on the drive to school. Sunday morning is usually our time for big breakfasts, eggs, potatoes, toast, bacon or sausage and when I do make pancakes I make extra and put them in ziplocks for weekday mornings when my girls want them but I don't have time to cook.

T said...

On Saturdays, I make waffles, my son's favorite. On Sundays, I make eggs, my daughters' favorite.

The Sunshyn said...

We like late weekend breakfasts, sort of a cross between breakfast and lunch. We take our time with bacon, eggs and toast or french toast and cinnamon and get to relax and enjoy it.
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sodahoney said...

Weekends and weekday are pretty much the same. We have breakfast together and discuss the day ahead

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Jodee said...

Saturdays are as bad as school days with soccer, basketball, whatever the sport season is. Sundays are where it's at. My husband cooks (and cleans up) breakfast on Sundays. German pancakes, cinnamon rolls, waffles...he's done them all. Love my day off!

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Betty N said...

On the weekends the grandkids can pretty well have whatever they want. Favorites include blueberry pancakes or soft oven cinnamon toast anf fresh fruit.

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Cathy W said...

Being a family of one I can pretty much do whatever I want on weekends.
I might have breakfast with a friend on the weekend..

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Carol said...

Our weekend breakfasts depend on what activities the kids need to get to and how quickly! If we have the time, we love to have pancakes, bacon, and juice. Otherwise, it is just like weekdays where we grab and go!

floating said...

weekends breakfast we are all together. my daughter helps me make pancakes. there is no rush on sat. it is great

Deb said...

I let my boys pour ladles of batter on the griddle to help make our pancakes on Sunday mornings.

marcia goss said...

Our granddaughter is with us on the weekend. She insists that her Grandpa make his special oatmeal with peaches or bananas.
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heyteach said...

During the weekdays my husband makes the kids something simple (toaster waffles, toast, microwave sandwiches) on the weekends my kids either get up way early and make their own breakfast, or if I have a chance to get up first I will sneak out and buy donuts (big treat) or make some eggs or pancakes.
I really don't like to cook and I cook family dinner all week so the thought of doing that on my day off generally makes me tired :)
The best breakfasts are at easter and christmas when I make the coffee cakes my grandma made when I was growing up...

Amber said...

We like making bigger breakfast on the weekends like pancakes, waffles, and eggs. Thanks!

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Dee said...

During the week, cereal rules our house at breakfast time most often because everyone is rushing around but on the weekends it is different. We have a tradition every Sunday morning. Dad makes breakfast for all of us. Usually pancakes or something else delicious. My girls are nearly grown now but they still wake up delighted to sit with us and have a special breakfast together on Sunday morning.


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happyenchilada said...

During the week I always make sure the kids eat something filling for school even if we're running late I have a bunch of protein or fiber bars on hand to grab. But on the weekends I'm more laid back..they can eat cereal if they want or we'll make smoothies. If my sons don't have football on Sundays sometimes I'll get up and make a big old fashioned breakfast like eggs, biscuits and bacon too!
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Ellie said...

On weekends, the difference is that the breakfast is definately less healthy than during the week! This is because we fry bacon, sometimes potatoes, and even biscuits. Anything that is greasy and loaded with carbs, my husband loves. Also, I eat breakfast on the weekends, whereas I don't during the week.

bukaeyes said...

During the week we all have cereal because it's all we have time for. On the weekend we go all out with omelettes, toast, juice, and bacon. I make waffles and pancakes sometimes as well.
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Tracy R said...

Weekdays are hurry up, grab something on the go. I love weekends, that's when I can linger over coffee and take my time making something nice to eat.

slehan said...

I usually try to sleep in on weekends. Doesn't always work, but I try.

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Denise said...

My weekends usually start a little later (YEA!), but it usually means more calories.....donuts!!

susan1215 said...

Weekends we get up later and have a bigger breakfast. I make eggs, bacon and pancakes or waffles.

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Shel said...

Weekends my daughter and I like to experiment with different breakfast dishes. While I sometimes make the traditional pancakes or eggs and bacon, we sometimes find a recipe online and give it a whirl together. We've made some yummy breakfast casseroles and omelets with recipes we've found online. It also gives us a chance to talk and is teaching my 14 year old some great kitchen techniques too! During the week we never have enough time to cook together.

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Kerry said...

Our weekends are almost as busy as our week days since we have sporting activities. So, not much differs except that we try to treat ourselves once in awhile and we’ll get fresh donuts or make homemade pancakes.
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Lexiquin said...

Weekends are different in our home. No one is rushing around trying to get out the door before 7:30! I usually cook breakfast on Saturdays (sometimes on Sunday, also), whereas during the week, the kids help themselves to cereal or PopTarts. I love the morning!
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jillyrh said...

Weekends are much more relaxed. We sleep in, make omelettes and waffles and bacon because we have more time and eat in our jammies.

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Dee said...

On weekend mornings my parents would make us pancakes with bacon or sometimes omelets. Now I make those for myself and my nieces whenever they visit. Weekdays feature more cereal and oatmeal. :) Two hours of extra sleep as well!

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Lynn said...

My weekends seem to be more packed than the week days! And I babysit two 4 month olds!

allysmama said...

we eat leisurely family breakfasts on the weekend. Hubby takes over cooking and I get to relax and enjoy my food!
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Kris said...

My husband often cooks breakfast on weekends (he leaves at 5am during the week). Mmm... love homemade breakfast.

gmissycat said...

Weekends are different because they are never the same but we also get to go out to eat breakfast, love it!
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Beads By Lori and Sara said...

My hubby and I don't get up at the same time during the week, so we each grab our own breakfast. But on Saturday mornings, we usually get to eat together! I actually make a good breakfast - pancakes, or eggs and bacon, or cinnamon rolls, or homemade waffles. It gives us time to relax together and get a great start to the weekend!

Betty C said...

Weekends aren't much different than weekdays around our house. We have different schedules so it's usually cold cereal and fruit or a bagel with cream cheese. I'm thinking of making some waffles to freeze so we can pop those in the toaster for a change of pace.

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JoeyfromSC said...

I have more time on the weekend, so I like to make my famous banana-nut pancakes! YUM(and gives me a reason to use up the almost bad bananas lol)

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PauleyD said...

On the weekends, I will make dinosaur pancakes for the family. We also get up a little later than usual. If I could, I wouldn't wake up till noon!

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bdiane34 said...

Our weekends we eat when we get up, it is our time to relax, sleep in and enjoy the free time. We keep lots of cereal, poptarts, waffles etc for the kids.
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Barbarawr said...

We don't really have traditions. Everybody just gets up when they're ready and somebody decides that enough people are up that it's time to make pancakes. Anybody still in bed when we're done is on their own - they need to get the leftover batter from the fridge and cook their own pancakes.


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Tammigirl said...

If I said I had a weekend breakfast tradition I would be lying. We usually make any or all of the following: eggs, sausage links, pancakes and orange rolls.

Our real weekend difference is that we are all here and we get to work on our lazy.

Katie said...

During the week, my breakfast is a fast yogurt parfait (lowfat vanilla yogurt, raspberries and homemade granola). We love to make homemade breakfast sandwiches on the weekend: toasted/buttered english muffin, scrambled eggs with some roasted garlic and a slice of sharp cheddar. Don’t forget the coffee!!
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Katie said...

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LauraG said...

Slower pace on Sat/ Sun, kids hold out on breakfast 'til we're up, with hopes for pancakes or french toast. Some weekends my husband makes scrambled eggs, bacon and toast. I love to eat bacon, but can't stand to fry it, so these are treat mornings for me!

Betty C said...

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Mommy La said...

weekend's are always different in our house. we have time to make a big breakfast and enjoy it.

won said...

We're either very boring people or simply creatures of habit. Breakfast tends to be the same....7 days a week ;)

won said...

http://twitter.com/#!/won2x/status/26380557443

Thank you!

purplelover04 said...

On the weekend it slower and i love to make strawberry pancake and we get to spend more time together
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Donna said...

On Sundays I like to make bacon, eggs, and toast.
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Donna said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/donnak4/status/26409644918
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Ashley Pichea said...

Sometimes on weekends, I'll make a hot breakfast versus the cereal and milk breakfasts during the week - it all depends on what we have going on and what kind of mood I'm in! :) ashleypichea at gmail dot com

Tabathia said...

I usually make pecan waffles and hash browns and we sleep about an hour later
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Tabathia said...

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07violet said...

we have something quick during the week but have things like homemade pancakes or waffles on the weekend

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Corinna said...

There's no time during weekday mornings to cook breakfast but I do cook it sometimes on weekends. The thing we actually love to do is splurge and go to Burger King for a breakfast croissanwich! We love them!

Nikki said...

Breakfast at our house means actually having a breakfast. That's when we break out the waffle maker or the skillet for bacon, eggs and fried potatoes. All other mornings are a fend for yourself type.

I love weekend breakfasts!