Bacon 'n' Egg Gravy

Bacon 'n' Egg Gravy

"My husband, Ron, created this wonderful breakfast gravy. It's home-style and old-fashioned. Sometimes we ladle the gravy over homemade biscuits. Served with fruit salad, it's a great breakfast. -Terry Bray, Winter Haven, Florida"
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20 m servings
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  1. In a skillet, cook bacon over medium heat until crisp; remove to paper towels. Stir flour into the drippings until blended; cook over medium heat until browned, stirring constantly. Gradually add water and milk. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until thickened. Add bacon, eggs, salt and pepper. Serve over toast.

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If you think this recipe is GOOD the first day... just wait. The next day it's GREAT ! This recipe is so simple and absolutely wonderful. I didn't have evaporated milk so I used skim. Next tim...

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This is almost like Creamed Eggs on Toast/Goldenrod Eggs. I doubled the bacon and eggs and made a roux out of the flour and butter. I did not need the full amount of flour. We thought this was g...

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If you think this recipe is GOOD the first day... just wait. The next day it's GREAT ! This recipe is so simple and absolutely wonderful. I didn't have evaporated milk so I used skim. Next tim...

I first made this recipe in Home Economics class in the mid to late 60s...I loved it then and still make and love it now..I use sausage most of the time instead of bacon..Thanks for the trip dow...

This is almost like Creamed Eggs on Toast/Goldenrod Eggs. I doubled the bacon and eggs and made a roux out of the flour and butter. I did not need the full amount of flour. We thought this was g...

Use Jumbo sized biscuits for a country style breakfast(scrumptious).

This was very good, but extremely rich. Next time (there will be one!) I'll try substituting regular milk for 1/2 the evaporated.

Good recipe. Better made without evaporated milk, I used skim. I like the addition of hard boiled eggs.

My husband absolutely loved this. He loves when his food can be all mixed together. I liked it to. Nice change for breakfast. Thank you.

This is a great recipe and an excellent way to eat breakfast.

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