Weekend Breakfast Out

Our family typically eats out for breakfast on the weekends, or one of us goes to pick up pastries or bagels to eat at home. After feeding everyone many meals all week long, I like taking a break from the kitchen on Saturday and Sunday mornings. I do occasionally cook a big breakfast, but it’s nice to go out and have someone wait on me for a change!

This morning, we went to our favorite neighborhood diner. They feature a different special pancake every week, including Pumpkin Walnut, Strawberry, Blueberry, and Apple Cinnamon to name a few. Today’s special was banana pancakes which are not my favorite, but the kids love them. I opted to order beef enchiladas with eggs. I hardly ever pass up an enchilada if it is offered to me, even at breakfast.

Beef Enchiladas and Eggs (Dining Out)


The boys enjoyed their pancakes, sausages, and eggs and mostly stayed at the table. Mostly. The Pants had to miss this one because he had some work to do this morning. Maybe I’ll make breakfast for dinner this week to make sure he gets his fix.

The Tall One at Weekend Breakfast

The Short One at Weekend Breakfast

What do you do for weekend breakfasts?

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  1. says

    cute kids :-) My husband is in charge of weekend breakfasts and his thing is usually malt-o-meal. I could handle an enchilada for breakfast!

    • The Weary Chef says

      Thanks! Besides wanting a break from making breakfast on the weekend, I also want it to be somewhat of a treat. A bowl of cereal isn’t going to cut it! ;)

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