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Bacon Waffles with a Peppered Egg (So bad for you, but SO good!)

I had kind of an odd Father’s Day Weekend.
Handsome Hubby took the two younger kids and went up to spend the weekend with his parents (they live about 3 hours North of us…)  I wanted to stay around to make sure that Devin and Conner got through their first Father’s Day without their dad (they did, they spent time with their uncle and his family)  so I ended up spending Father’s Day weekend with (gasp) my Father!

My sister and I spent the weekend at my parents’ house.  It was just the 4 of us, which I don’t think is something that’s happened for about 20 years!  (No husbands or kids, just us.)

My mom made an amazing (really bad for you) breakfast on Father’s Day morning.

Bacon Waffles with a Peppered Egg.

Oh my word, but this was good.
She fried up little bits of bacon so they were nice and crispy, then she mixed up a basic waffle batter (using Bisquik, I think) and added the bacon and a generous dollop of good vanilla extract to it.  While the waffles were cooking, she fried up the eggs (in the bacon grease!) with a lot of pepper.

Bacon Waffle…  Egg on top of Bacon Waffle…  Warm syrup over Egg and Waffle.

Good grief it was good.  What did you do for Father’s Day?



Becca @ R We There Yet Mom? said...

June 19, 2012 at 3:59 am
Honestly, that sounds AMAZING!!! Reminds me of our Chicken & Waffles.......

So fun that you were able to spend Father's Day with your dad and family. I hope it was wonderful.

SueAnn Lommler said...

June 19, 2012 at 6:41 am
Spent day with hubby and fixed a fabulous breakfast casserole. Pampered him all day. He loved it.

Good Time Charlie said...

June 21, 2012 at 12:18 am
How very sweet for your Dad to have you all there!!!! I miss my dad SOOOOO much every Father's Day. I am so glad your boys did so well on this day. Days like this can be so loaded. Speaking of loaded. Whoa!! You brought back the best childhood memories. This must have been something from the 70's. My parents made these for us growing up. I can still smell them, that Bisquick and Bacon smell together???? Oh that is good.

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