Breakfast Bowl Scramble

One Sunday morning many years ago I was trying to figure out what to cook for breakfast.  Not having the usual bacon, ham or sausage patties I was frustrated.  But then I remembered that I had these cocktail sausages that I was going to use for a different dish.  Instead I decided that they would be used for breakfast that morning.  I cut every last one of the little things in half, cooked them up and threw them together with whatever else I could find that morning. 
And so the breakfast bowl scramble was 'born'.  Even though the kids are all grown they still love it when I cook this up during their visits.  And after being asked for the 'recipe' I decided it would be one that I'd include in every scrapbook cookbook I create.
So now I give you my latest page.  This time I changed out the pig face from Animal Kingdom for the face of Hamm from Toy Story.  The pig silhouette is from the Cricut Cartridge Animal Kingdom and the arrow is from Graphically Speaking. 

One of the great things about creating some of these recipe pages is that it has enabled me to whittle down some of my scrap stash.  I'm pretty bad about holding on to every piece of paper regardless of size so I love it when I can finally put those pieces to use.
And now I'm off to enter this recipe page into the following challenges:
Jo's Scrap Shack - Anything Goes - Ends August 14th
DoubleClick Skittles - Food Challenge - Ends August 18th
DL Art - August Linky Challenge - Ends August 31st

Hiding in My Craft Room - Super Scraps Saturday - Ends August 15th


abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

This is super! Love the piggy and the background paper is perfect! Thanks for joining us over at the DoubleClick Skittles Challenge! DT Member Carri~Abusybee Skittles!

Georgiana said...

Fun recipe display. This is a yummy one too! I have made it a few times (not just for breakfast). Thank you for joining our “Food” Challenge this week at DoubleClick Skittles.

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Waving My Wand said...

That is just too cute and what a fun way to share your recipes! Great idea. Thanks so much for the inspiration and thanks for joining the DoubleClick Skittles challenge.

Terri ~Skittles Design Team

Joyce Tompkins said...

OMGoodness...this is way too cute! And I love the idea that you have the family tradition written as a recipe card. Thanks for joining in Fun~day Friday with Jo's Scrap Shack.

Jo Williams Independent Stampin' Up Demonstrator said...

What a great way to display a recipe!!! This is super cute!!! Thanks for taking part in our 100th Funday Friday challenge! Have a great day!
♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

Kim Heggins said...

What a fun your sweet recipe page for your scrapbook. I have been meaning to make one of these too, so thank you for the incredible inspiration! I just love it. Thanks for joining us at DoubleClick Skittles.

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Taunya Butler said...

Clever, clever idea!! Fun story and I like your recipe page!!! So very glad you joined us for the Food Challenge over at DoubleClick!! We are so glad you linked up with us!! Hope to see you again soon!!!
Taunya Butler
DoubleClick Design Team