Top Rated Canadian Bacon Recipes

Cheese, Bacon and Wheat Germ Grits with Poached Eggs
For a Southern classic with a twist, Kretschmer has added some wheat germ to this hearty dish. Serve these grits with a mixed green salad or fruit salad for a delicious brunch, lunch or even dinner. Click Here for More Poached Egg Recipes
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Eggs Benedict
While the dish's history is muddled, it doesn't take away from the fact that it's delicious. To make the perfect one, you have to remember the four components of the dish: the bread, the meat, the egg, and the sauce. As long as you follow the basic principles behind each of these, you can create any type of eggs Benedict you crave — just make sure it has hollandaise. 
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The Egg McMuffin — that tasty and compact wedge of cheese, egg, and buttered toast — is only 300 calories. Plus, it's easy to make at home. So if you want to know how we get that egg and ham to be perfectly round, read on. Click here to see How to Make Fast Food at Home. Click here to see How to Make 10 Iconic McDonald's Menu Items at Home Click here to see How to Make 10 Iconic McDonald's Menu Items at Home Recipes
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salvador1709
Haven't tried this one yet, but hopefully soon.
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Mille®
Fits a lot of bills: appetizers, breakfast, lunch, snacks....
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kimbearly
mom used to make this when we were kids and it was a hit. hope you like it!
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Test Kitchen Favorites 2004
Find recipes for Orange-Glazed Canadian Bacon and other Course recipes. Get all the best recipes at . Recipe directions: In an 11-in. x 7-in. baking pan coated with cooking spray, arrange bacon in two rows, overlapping the slices.
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shawnajean
Good low carb breakfast
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time3to1dance5
Haven't tried it yet, but it sounds yummy.
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Sassy in da South
A tasty omelet that we have enjoyed in our house. Make sure that you use a skillet that can be used on the stove top as well as the oven, as the omelet finishes up in the oven.
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Paula Marchesi
When the holidays roll around, I'd rather spend time with family and friends than be stuck in the kitchen. So I've come to rely on easy-to-fix recipes like this. No one can resist Canadian bacon and apples coated with a brown sugar glaze. --Paula Marchesi, Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania
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Kumquat the Cat's friend
Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Identifying a Canadian recipe, for an American, was difficult. Good thing I found at least one good one, on the internet. St. Ives makes a wonderful vegetarian substitute for Canadian Bacon. Lower in fat than the original (which I understand is still pretty low in fat). This is a diabetic recipe, from Taste of Home's Light and Tasty. Exchanges: 1 starch, 1 lean meat, 1 vegetable. I have not tried this yet, but I will. Butter granules are new to me; I might as well experiment.
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