This was Sunday morning breakfast. On our last trip to Meijer, (I really like Meijer), they had 10 lb. bags of Texas Ruby Red grapefruit for $3.99. I got two. I watch for these every winter. It is so good! Hopefully they will still have some in February when we go back. The coffee cake was delicious and so were the "muffins".
We make the "muffins" as follows:
Start with the sausage:
1 lb. ground turkey (we use Sheltons brand because they don't add anything I'm allergic to)
1 t ground sage
1 t salt
1/4 t pepper
1 small onion finely chopped
Just throw it all in a bowl and mix thoroughly. (If you're not using it for the muffins, you can just make patties and bake on a baking sheet for about 20 min. on 400 turning over once. )
If you are doing the muffins, grease the bottom of your muffin pans, then divide the mixture between 24 muffin cups by pushing about 1/8-1/4 cup into the bottom of each cup. If you don't want this many just cut recipe in half.
Next comes the egg "topping":
You can add a little milk (we use rice milk) if you desire
2 c finely chopped kale or spinach (kale needs to be sauteed before adding)
1 1/2 t salt
1/4 t gr. mustard
1/4 t pepper
Again, just throw it all in a bowl and mix thoroughly. Use a measuring cup and divide up mixture between your 24 muffin cups. Again, if you don't want this many, you'll have to cut recipe in half.
Bake at 400 till set. This takes about 30 minutes depending on your oven. Also, we have hot spots in our oven, so we have to turn our muffin pans.
Another blessing this Sunday morning. I am now feeling fine, but now two of the "littles" are not. It is such a blessing to be able to send the "bigs" early since Kristin is the organist this morning while Bob takes the healthy "littles" and I stay home with the sick "littles". Whew! How's that for logistics! What a blessing to have extra (very responsible) drivers!
While everyone else was gone to church, God sent this cute juvenile woodchuck to entertain those who had to stay at home.