Wednesday, September 26, 2012

leftover cake.....

i know this isn't even close to healthy, even if i try to rationalize it has eggs & milk in......but leftover cake is by far my favorite breakfast food UMMM UMMM GooD!
have a fun day, mine started off with a sugar rush!


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11 comments:

merumo said...

What a wonderful way to start your day!! I'm with you ;)

Anonymous said...

Just saw your wonderful Merry Winter's Night quilt in the Winter 2012 issue of Primitive Quilts magazine. I've been looking for something to use some homespuns so now I wait for the issue. It's going to be a fun project.
Launa

Libby said...

My favorite is a warm piece of apple pie in a bowl with milk poured over . . . it's like cereal, right?

Lori said...

And I am trying to cut out all added sugar! You've just started my cravings again! lol

yorkie mom said...

Love white cake with sugary frosting!In our house we call it the "Breakfast of Champions"

Farmhouse Blessings said...

Looks like the ultimate mental health food to me! :0)

annie said...

maybe the sugar makes your brain match quilt colors better???
nah, but it is very appealing :) !

edie said...

Hey, cake's no different than danish or sweet roll or donuts, etc. My fav for breakfast is actually brownies, but then chocolate is a universal food perfect for any meal, right? Thanks for sharing!

Sherryl said...

Mmmmm. Bakery cake. My favorite! By the way, I'm about to try tea-dyeing for the very first time and I'm using your recipe. One question - do I wash and dry my little quilt before tea-dyeing or after? Do I have to be careful about washing it later or does the dye really stick?
- sunshdws at yahoo dot com
P.S. My mother uses the little quilt I won from you ALL THE TIME as a mug rug. Loves it. Thanks again.

thethimbleroom said...

Your post made me smile. I had a big slice of Lemon Pie for breakfast this morning. My argument was that it contains fruit. It's called LEMON Pie, right? lol

Laural Lane said...

breakfast of champions, its why you are so creative.