There’s something special about weekends in Wisconsin, and they’re almost always started with an amazing breakfast. Luckily for us, there’s plenty of delicious dairy products on-hand at all times to make our favorites. In preparation for an upcoming segment of Discover Wisconsin – America’s Dairyland where we’ll visit the best breakfast spots across the state, we’re sharing our best home cooked versions of the most scrumptious dairy breakfasts you’ll ever make.
On-the-Run Muffin Omelet
A busy mom’s spin on the classic omelet and toast, this portable version melts breakfast sausage, eggs, onions, salsa and Wisconsin aged cheddar cheese inside a bread crust using your trusty muffin pan.
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Warm Blueberry Compote
Heaven on a plate. This amazing ricotta pancake recipe will make lemon and blueberries your new favorite breakfast treats.
3-Egg Skillet with Smoked Cheddar
Wow your friends and family with a new brunch staple. This chef-inspired family-style hash mixes eggs, sausage, beans and Wisconsin smoked cheddar cheese.
Havarti-Stuffed French Toast
The only thing better than French toast is French toast stuffed with cheese. This sweet and savory version layers melty Havarti cheese with cinnamon and blueberries.
Nothing says summer in Wisconsin like a dairy smoothie. Make breakfast simple, fun and fool proof with this simple smoothie recipe. Plus, add any fresh fruit, like blueberries, pineapple, cherries and more, for a variety of flavors.
Bacon, Cheddar and Onion Scones
Take Sunday to the next level with this savory scone recipe – complete with the perfect dose of Wisconsin cheddar and ready in about 30 minutes.
For more breakfast recipes, visit EatWisconsinCheese.com. Be sure to tune in to “America’s Dairland – A Dairy Good Breakfast” this weekend on Discover Wisconsin:
What are your favorite breakfast recipes made with real Wisconsin dairy products? Tell us below!
About Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board
Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board is a nonprofit organization of Wisconsin dairy producers that promotes the consumption of milk, cheese and other dairy products made right here in America’s Dairyland. For more information, visit www.EatWisconsinCheese.com.