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Isn’t one of the signs that you’re getting older favoring savory stuff instead of sweet stuff? If that’s the case, then I might as well grab my cane and knitting needles and start looking into retirement homes.


I always used to prefer sweet breakfasts over savory. Chocolate chip muffins, strawberry jelly donuts, pain au chocolat – you name it, if it was half sugar, I’d down it before 7am. Nowadays when I plan something relatively sweet for breakfast – such as oatmeal muffins with just a teeny tiny amount of chocolate chips – I always change plans and make something like these Potato Breakfast Cakes.

 

What’s wrong with me?! Mind you, I’ve never turned down a McDonald’s McMuffin and I’m sure those are around 90% sugar, so maybe there is still some hope for me. Crispy potato cakes infused with bacon and served alongside a crispy egg with a soft yolk… sorry Mr donut, but I’m going to have to pass.

What’s your favorite kind of breakfast?

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12 Responses to Potato Breakfast Cakes

  1. Shae says:

    I dont care if this means I am getting old- this looks amazing!

  2. Nancy W says:

    Love new ideas for breakfast! Thanks for sharing on Not Your Ordinary Recipes!

  3. Karen says:

    This looks so good! Makes me wish I had some leftover mashed potatoes in the fridge! But Thanksgiving is here soon. I think I know what I’m making for breakfast on Friday! Thank you for sharing this recipe!Pinning… :-)

  4. Michelle says:

    Heavenly! I love potatoes any way you slice them, or in this case mash them, lol. Perfect for the left over Thanksgiving potatoes. Thanks for sharing at Creative Thursday :)
    Michelle

  5. Jenny says:

    This looks delicious! I will probably be making them tomorrow morning! Thanks!

  6. Heather Joy says:

    Breakfast is one of my favorite meals! These look so yummy, thanks for sharing :)

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