Recipes Meals under $2.50 Cheap Breakfast Recipe

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    Anonymous

    One of my favorite breakfast recipes is grits and eggs. The trick to great grits is to bring the water to ALMOST a boil with it just starting to bubble on the bottom and then dump in the grits. They wont clump or be lumpy then! Oh, make sure you salt the water first too!

    Otherwise no matter how much salt you add, it wont be enough. Then once your grits are done, add a slice of cheese and some scrambled eggs for a real treat.

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    Anonymous

    This has always been my kids favorite. They’d eat it anytime, day or night!

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    Anonymous

    We love it too! With a good piece of Roman Meal toast! YUMMY Good for breakfast or dinner for sure!

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    Anonymous

    Love grits. When I lived in Atlanta my friends made them taste silky/soft not gritty. Any idea how to accomplish this?

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    @saundra 400330 wrote:

    Love grits. When I lived in Atlanta my friends made them taste silky/soft not gritty. Any idea how to accomplish this?

    yup, just cook them like she mentioned in the first post, but for about 40 minutes, or you can use the overnight grits recipe on the site.

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