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Smoked Salmon with Eggs and Waffles


Ingredients

  • 1 pouch Cup Four Cup pancake and waffle mix
  • 3/4 Cups milk
  • 1 large egg
  • Dash of vanilla extract
  • 6 Tablespoons butter, melted
  • 6-8 eggs, cooked over-easy
  • 4 Ounces smoked salmon, thinly sliced
  • Fresh chives, chopped fine

Directions

Preheat lightly oiled waffle iron according to manufacturer’s instructions.

Mix together one pouch of Cup4Cup Pancake & Waffle Mix with milk and one egg in a mixing bowl. Add vanilla extract and melted butter. Stir enough to incorporate. Do not overmix. The batter will be very thick.

Spoon batter onto preheated waffle iron and cook according to waffle iron manufacturer’s instructions.

Serve each hot waffle topped with an egg cooked over-easy and smoked salmon. Garnish with chopped chives.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.


Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs

Breakfast is pretty straight-forward in our house. Most mornings we make a couple of scrambled eggs, toast and fruit. My son usually asks for his favorite oatmeal. On school mornings, I tend to grab a smoothie to go. Every now on then on the weekends, I wake up and cook up a big batch of pancakes. Nothing fancy, just the basic good breakfast food.

When I want to treat my husband to a breakfast that I know will make him happy, I pick up a package of smoked salmon, some cream cheese and some good bagels (have you ever tried these? Love having them in the freezer!). He introduced me to lox and bagels years ago and its something that we love having every now and then. Especially on lazy weekend mornings.

A couple of weekends ago, he came home with some smoked salmon and since I can’t really have it while I’m pregnant (or can I? Is smoked still raw?), I decided to slice up some of it and add it to some scrambled eggs instead. It’s been a while since I cooked up smoked salmon scrambled eggs, and it is still so good! To keep things light, I paired it up with a slice of multigrain toast and a shmear of cream cheese with some freshly chopped chives sprinkled over it all.