• Maple syrup or powdered sugar
• A quarter cup raisins
• One-tablespoon vegetable oil
• One egg
• A package of apple cinnamon muffin mix
Combine egg with a third cup of water, and muffin mix in a medium bowl. Stir in raisins and oil. Place your skillet over the fire until it is heated. Spread batter on hot skillet and fire pancakes until they are ready. Serve with powdered sugar or syrup.
• A quarter teaspoon of pepper
• Two eggs, beaten
• Half cup of milk
• Two teaspoons of dried minced onion
• One teaspoon of celery seed
• A quarter teaspoon of salt
• A quarter cup of biscuit baking mix
• One can whole kernel corn (15 ounces)
• Maple syrup or honey
• Vegetable oil for frying
Mix onion, pepper, celery seed, milk, eggs and salt (optional) in a medium bowl. Stir in corn and baking mix until it is well blended. Place your skillet on fire. Heat three tablespoons of oil until you have batter and drop batter into hot oil. Drop your fritters into the fire for 6-8 minutes until they brown. Make sure you flip them occasionally so they get heat on all sides. Serve warm with honey or syrup.
SWEET CEREAL SLICES
• Four cups of special K cereal (Special K is a
lightly toasted breakfast cereal)
• One cup of light corn syrup
• One cup of sugar
• One jar creamy peanut butter (12 ounces)
Place skillet over the fire and add syrup and sugar. Boil the mixture and mix with peanut butter. Remove skillet from the fire and pour the mixture into a separate bowl with cereal. Stir thoroughly to ensure your cereal is well coated. Using your hands, roll the dough into logs and cut into sizeable slices.
• One cup of flour
• One teaspoon of maple flavoring (optional)
• Three tablespoons of real bacon bits
• One tablespoon of butter or shortening
• One and a half tablespoon of sugar
• Half teaspoon of salt
• Two teaspoons of baking powder
Stir baking powder, sugar, salt and flour in a zippered plastic bag and store before leaving home. Separately, wrap bacon bits and butter then add to bag containing dry ingredients. To prepare the biscuits, pour your ingredients into a bowl and use your fingertips to mix butter into flour. Add bacon bits and stir half a cup of water and maple flavoring, preferably, until you have a soft dough. Shape the dough into sizeable biscuits and place in a skillet. Set skillet over fire and cook until biscuits turn golden brown. Make sure you flip the biscuits over and cook until they are browned. Serve with butter.
• Two cups of flour
• Half teaspoon of baking soda
• One teaspoon of baking powder
• Two cups of buttermilk
• Two eggs
• A quarter cup of melted butter
• One teaspoon of salt
• Two teaspoons of sugar
• Maple syrup
• Nuts, chocolate chips, fruit, optional
Stir together baking the powder, sugar, salt, baking soda and flour before leaving home. Store the mixture in a plastic bag.
Whisk together buttermilk, eggs, and butter. Add pancake mix (dry) from the plastic bag and mix until almost smooth. Place skillet on fire until it is scorching and pour batter on the skillet to make small pancakes.
Sprinkle with nuts, chocolate chips or fruit if desired. Heat until pancakes are ready and ensure you flip occasionally. Serve with syrup.
• One cup of shredded cheddar cheese
• One tablespoon of olive oil
• Four to six eggs, beaten
• One cup of sliced fresh mushrooms
• Four flour warmed tortillas (4 inches)
• Salsa and sour cream, optional
• Two cups of cubed leftover potatoes
• One red or green bell pepper
Place a skillet over the fire and add bell pepper while stirring for two minutes. Add mushrooms and heat until ready. Add some potatoes and heat until they start crisping while adding oil when necessary. Add eggs and scramble into vegetables until eggs are ready. Remove your skillet from the fire and scoop a portion of the mixture using a spoon. Drop the mixture into each tortilla. Top with salsa, cheese, and sour cream as desired.
• Salt and pepper for tasting
• Twelve eggs
• One pound of bacon
• A quarter cup of milk
• One individual size bag cheese crackers
Place your skillet over the fire and cook bacon to the desired level. Ensure you drain grease from your skillet. Combine milk and eggs in a medium bowl while adding salt and pepper to taste. Pour the egg mixture to your skillet and mix with pieces of bacon. Cook until eggs are ready. Crush cheese crackers into smaller parts and pour over eggs.
EARLY BIRD NESTS
• Bacon bits
• One tablespoon of vegetable oil
• Two eggs
• Salt and pepper for tasting
• Two slices of white bread
Place vegetable oil in your skillet and place skillet over a flame. Remove the center of each bread slice and set in the skillet. Heat bread centers until they turn light brown, making sure you turn them when appropriate. Remove from skillet and reserve. Place the remainder of the bread (having a hole in the middle) in skillet and toast until it turns light brown on one side. Turn when appropriate and crack an egg in the midst of each hole. Cook until eggs are ready. Add bacon bits while seasoning with salt and pepper to taste. Serve with toasted bread centers.