Truth be told I’m not the best about eating breakfast. I’m really bad about opting to sleep every available second during the work week and end up running out the door in a rush. As sad as it is to say, a good breakfast has become a bit of a weekend indulgence for me.
For my latest indulgence I wanted to go full country and make a broke and southern staple, fried bologna. It’s a similar concept to fried ham steak or bacon in that it’s crispy, salty, meaty goodness, just a little more humble. Like any good breakfast sando we have plenty of melty cheese and an overeasy egg on top. And then because I can’t help myself and love a good condiment; we have maple-mustard mayo to cut through the richness and add a little kiss of sweetness, like any good morning should have.
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This recipe was born of two realizations: 1. The blog had a gross and negligent amount of both sweet and breakfast items, not to mention sweet breakfast items. 2. My life had a gross and negligent amount of churros in it.
So in other words, creating a recipe that encourages the flavors of churros and Mexican hot chocolate for breakfast, but with all the ease of French toast was my destiny.
For me this recipe 100% works even if you don’t have the biggest sweet tooth because the chocolate drizzle uses dark chocolate and enough spice to balance out the cinnamon sugar the toast is dipped in. This recipe was totally experimental for me, but seeing my boyfriend inhale 3 super-sized slices in one sitting told me everything I needed to know.
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This year for Thanksgiving my boyfriend went over to his parents’ house. Instead of the usual turkey there was a giant and too delicious for words ham. Normally I am not a big ham eater. I can’t put my finger on why, it just never really appealed to me. But this ham, oh man this ham. It was so juicy and sweet and I could not get enough.
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