What do you do with all the leftovers from Thanksgiving?
What about whipping them into a beautiful and easy breakfast the day after Thanksgiving? Well, it’s as easy as saying Breakfast Bread Bowl!
The genius of this Bread Bowl Recipe is that not only can you use up all those odds and ends in leftovers container, but each person can customize their own bread bowl. When Goldrich asked me if I wanted to try out their eggs, I thought of this recipe right away! The egg really pulls all the bread bowl ingredients together in this recipe, and looks really striking on a breakfast or brunch plate! And I think the Goldrich Eggs – show especially well in a bread bowl presentation, where you can really enjoy their #GoldrichYolk color and taste!
Here is how to put Breakfast Bread Bowls together…
- 6 Rolls (Day old, even better!)
- 6 Eggs ( I used Goldrich )
- A Hodge Podge of leftovers, chopped! (Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, peppers etc..)
- Butter or Olive Oil cooking spray ( I used Olive Oil)
- Salt & Pepper
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. First cut a small hole in your rolls. If you need to take some bread out, do so. But as much as possible just squish the bread down, making a great sturdy bread bowl base. Next use your olive oil cooking spray to coat the inside of the newly formed bread bowls, as well as the bottom of a baking sheet. Sprinkle salt & Pepper inside bread bowls and add assorted leftovers. Be sure the leftovers are already fully cooked, and diced. I used a combination of leftover turkey, peppers, broccoli and carrots. Crack an egg and pour it into one of your bread bowls, letting it seep into your turkey and vegetables. Place on the baking sheet and bake for 20 minutes. Then lightly tent the sheet with foil and continue cooking about 20 more minutes, or until eggs are cooked through. Enjoy!
Brunch is served!
Want to see behind the scenes, and check out exactly what I put in my Bread Bowls?
-This video shows you exactly how to make the Thanksgiving leftover Bread Bowls – all in less than 3 minutes!
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