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WHAT'S FOR DESSERT???
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Cowboy Joe    Posted 08-02-2001 at 20:40:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
Has anyone ever had dessert after breakfast?


Debbie in Virginia    Posted 08-04-2001 at 07:19:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
When we were kids, we thought this was the best breakfast - in the winter, my mom would fix homemade pudding (if we were really lucky, she'd add cocoa and we'd have chocolate pudding) and serve it poured over slices of white bread. We always thought hot pudding was the best hot breakfast going! That was like having dessert FOR breakfast....

Another good one was rice. She would cook rice, and while it was hot, stir in sugar and milk and sometimes add cinnamon and/or raisins. Sure beat oatmeal! Now that I'm an adult I can see that both of these were cheap filling ways to get five kids off to school with a hot breakfast. Back then we just thought we had a special treat!

Anyone out there remember Coco-Wheats? We used to get them when we went to Grandma's in West Virginia. They didn't sell them down in our part of Virginia, though. Do they still make them? I'd love to find some for my kids to try.


vickie hanser    Posted 02-08-2004 at 08:36:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
yes i am from west virgina and we have to get my mother to send them down to mississippi for me and my girls. write me back and maybe i can get someone to send you some.


Phyllis    Posted 08-04-2001 at 08:22:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm not sure about the Cocoa-Wheats, but I LOVE that chocolate gravy!!! It's really good over hot buttered biscuits. My husband doesn't like it, but then, he likes peanut butter on his pancakes, so what does he know??


Hogman    Posted 08-05-2001 at 03:28:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
Maws coffee is brewin so I'm back fer a minute er two.Phyllis He ain't tha only one as likes ta ruin flapjacks thata way ,Maw does it too. Says I make tha best flapkacks She ever et but tha way thay get slathered with peanut goop they could be made outta cardboard'n who'd noe tha diff?


magpie    Posted 08-03-2001 at 20:55:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
Why of course! Nothin like a big breakfast of biscuits and gravy with a couple of eggs and sausages, followed by a big slice of rhubarb pie and icecream. Great for the heart and circulitory system. I don't exactily do this ever day but sometimes is fun.


IHank    Posted 08-03-2001 at 14:25:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Joe- If I got some dessert stuff around it is breakfast! Otherwise, sausage & eggs over cheese over toast works. Grins, IHank


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-03-2001 at 13:43:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
I've been know to scarf down some banana pudding for breakfast before......


TomH    Posted 08-03-2001 at 16:22:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Banana pudding, huh? No comment


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-03-2001 at 17:47:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
yeah Tom, you like???


TomH    Posted 08-04-2001 at 07:12:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yup. But only homemade. Yesterday was my twenty-first anniversary.


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-04-2001 at 07:27:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
I made great banana pudding with lots of vanilla wafers. I like mine a little firm, not too juicy. Contrats on the aniversary! Thanks quite an accomplishment!!!!!!!


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-04-2001 at 07:32:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
I also use a trick my grandma used to do - i use bottom and side "crust" of crushed graham crackers, the cinnamon ones, and then layer the pudding, bananas and vanilla wafers. Then, I sprinkle crushed graham crackles over the top. It is OUT OF THIS WORLD........


Ole Cuss    Posted 08-03-2001 at 03:41:57       [Reply]  [No Email]

Sometimes I have dessert for breakfast -- ice cream, pie, or cake -- but if I've had my usual breakfast, I'm not hungry enough to want dessert afterwards.


Phyllis    Posted 08-02-2001 at 20:45:39       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Well, don't know if this is classified as dessert or not, but... my husband smears his pancakes all over with peanut butter, pours a ton of syrup on it and goes to town. I guess this would be like dessert for breakfast instead of after.


Burrhead    Posted 08-03-2001 at 12:55:05       [Reply]  [No Email]
I always thought p-nut butter was just for fried boloney samiches. or p-nut butter and blackberry jelly samiches.


Phyllis    Posted 08-03-2001 at 13:12:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Eeewwww!!! For fried baloney, you need LOTS of mustard and fried onions!!


OW - fried baloney    Posted 08-04-2001 at 06:37:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Naw - fried baloney belongs to the bacon & summer sausage (munchus yummi) food group.
You just butter the bread & flop in a couple of long cucumber slices. :)


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-04-2001 at 06:50:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
I LOVE fried baloney! Yummmmmmmmmm


Burrhead    Posted 08-04-2001 at 20:14:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
They still order me the Hormel stick boloney down at the store. I like to chunk cut it and fry it down fairly crispy and make white gravy on it.

baloney is a major food group round cheer.


Hogman    Posted 08-05-2001 at 03:49:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
Maw likes tha stuff fine DW but I can't get past what is in it an YOU realy don't wanna noe.
My Sister worked in a fish cannery for a while. Her girl friend worked in a fruit packin plant. They got together for lunch BYD at the girlfriends. My Sis brought a nice peach salad and the GF had a fine tuna salad. They both just sat'n stared'n decided They were'nt hungry after all..... Bumble Bee tuna used ta be tha best ,tha boats would check there first if fish werenot good enough they would move on down cannery row brand by brand to next ta tha last stop which was van de camps.Tha last
stop was tha cat food dock. Bon apertif


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-04-2001 at 21:32:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
That's great Burr......just PLEASE don't tell me what parts boloney is made from, heehee......


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