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10 November 2010 No Comment

Maybe you want to get a bit beyond the basics when it comes to grilling up some breakfast foods for your next tailgate party. We gave you a few breakfasts for the grill a couple of weeks ago.  If you want to do a bit of experimenting, here are some tasty tailgating breakfast recipes to give a try.

Recipe #4 – Tasty Grilled Eggs and Canadian Bacon

For a really interesting breakfast treat, take some muffin pan and use cooking spray on the insides. Take some thin slices of Canadian bacon and put on the very bottom of the pan. In a bowl mix together ¼ milk, pepper, salt, chopped onion, chopped pepper, and beaten eggs. Take a larger aluminum pan and put cover the bottom with water, then place your muffin pan inside. Cover with foil and then grill on low until your eggs are set. Remove from muffin pans and serve for a tasty dish.

Recipe #5 – Grilled Fruit

Another wonderful idea is to have grilled fruit as a breakfast dish on the grill. Take a combination of firm fruits, such as apples, pears, pineapple, bananas, and more. Put fruit on skewers and then brush butter on all sides. Sprinkle with some cinnamon and a bit of nutmeg and then grill over medium heat. When lightly grilled, remove and serve warm. The fruit is also great with grilled French toast.

Recipe #6 – Grilled French Toast

For this recipe you’ll need a grill plate. Spray the grill plate liberally with cooking spray. In a bowl mix eggs with milk and a few dashes of cinnamon. Take pieces of white bread and dip into the egg mixture. Place on grill plate and grill toast over medium heat. Flip toast and grill the other side until done. Serve with syrup or grilled fruit.

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