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A journey of cooking vegan food for my family.

Breakfast for dinner?

Don’t mind if I do.  This weekend was breakfast for dinner weekend.  We didn’t plan it that way, it just happened that way, and wow was it tasty.

Saturday night I made tofu scramble, roasted potatoes, refried beans, and homemade tortillas.  Oh so good.  I am looking forward to the leftovers tomorrow at lunchtime.

Sunday, after a long day on the road, I treated my fellows to homemade pumpkin waffles.  Hello!  These were amazing.  The boys literally inhaled their waffles.  I know what they will be eating tomorrow.  Hee hee.

Pumpkin Waffles

2c flour

2T ground flax

1/4c sugar

3t baking powder

1/2t baking soda

1/4t salt

1t cinnamon

1t nutmeg

1/2t ginger

1T molasses

1c pumpkin

2 1/4c soy milk

Heat the waffle iron.  In a large mixing bowl, combine all the dry ingredients.  Add the pumpkin, molasses, and soymilk.  Stir until smooth.  Lightly grease the waffle iron.  Pour batter into the waffle iron.  Cook according to your waffle iron instruction.  Serve with hot syrup.  Yield:   10 waffles

(c) Two Vegan Boys 2011

How was your weekend?  Tomorrow is Monday.  Grrr!  Back to the old routine.  Hope you have a lovely week.

peas and love….
Krys and the boys

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6 thoughts on “Breakfast for dinner?

  1. Oh man. Both these things look delicious. Your tortillas look great! I’ve been planning on making my own for awhile, and haven’t gotten around to it. You have a good recipe?

    • twoveganboys on said:

      Yes. Here is the recipe. They are so good. The only warning I have is, you will be tempted to eat them all at once. 😀

      A friend gave me this recipe long ago. Amazing!

      Homemade Tortillas
      1c flour
      1c whole wheat flour
      2t baking powder
      1 tsp salt
      1/3c vegetable shortening
      1c HOT water

      Mix all the ingredients together to form a dough. Knead until smooth. Leave the dough in a mixing bowl and cover with a damp towel for 10 minutes. Separate into ping pong size balls. Roll out on a floured surface as thin as possible. Cook until slightly browned on each side on a hot griddle. Tortillas should puff up when cooking, if not, then they are not rolled thin enough.Happy tortilling 🙂

  2. once a week I did this with my boys too…they loved it.

  3. Everything looks great! We are always up for breakfast for dinner here 🙂

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