This was pure loveliness in every sense of the word. Two of my favorite things rolled into one delicious dish! Relatively quick, easy, and it produced tons of yummy sounds when served. I’m sure there’s many out there in the great big world who are big breakfast fans. If you were to offer me a huge surf and turf buffet or a glorious breakfast buffet, I bet you can tell which one I’d choose. Breakfast for sure. Easter Sunday for this little family of mine was wonderful. James only had a few church meetings early on, and was able to attend all of our regular meetings with the fam. Granted he doesn’t sit next to us, but I can smile at him up front, and he smiles right back. It’s nice to see him:) Church got out early, and we had decided Easter Brunch was in order. I had seen this recipe on Pinterest a few weeks prior, and decided it was the perfect meal for Easter.
I have a favorite Pizza Crust recipe here, that only requires a little advanced thinking. The night before the dough needs to be stirred together, but that’s it. The day of, all that is needed is topping prep, assembly, and a quick bake and breakfast is served. I can’t think of anything better for a Mother’s Day brunch. Serve with some fresh fruit, or a Green Lemonade, maybe some bacon or sausage, a Ratatouille would be awesome, and some fresh Rice Pudding for dessert. Oh that sounds soooo good! Your mom will love your guts even more than she does now. Or if you’re in the same shoes as me and will be preparing your own Mother’s Day meal, this menu is easy, and quick. I hope you like it as much as I do:) xoxoxo