All nightly bed and breakfast room rentals at the Kuebler Waldrip Haus Bed and Breakfast include a large hot candlelight breakfast, and it is served beginning at 9 AM until 11 AM in our main dining room of the Kuebler Waldrip Haus building. A set menu is served each day, so not all of the items listed will be served each morning. The daily menu has 4-5 dishes, and each day, it is different to keep it interesting. If you like our bed and breakfast recipes, please tell us so that we can plan. Guest have commented that we have the "Best Breakfast in Texas!"
It may include some of the following: egg dishes (fried, scrambled, or quiche), fresh fruit, fresh meat (bacon, ham or sausage), potato dishes (fried or baked), homemade tamales, homemade breads (cinnamon rolls, homemade coffee cake, muffins, regular rolls or toast), ice cold juice, water, cold milk and hot coffee or tea. Please advise of any dietary needs (no pork, gluten free or allergy). If you decide not to eat breakfast, please tell us for an accurate count of guests. This will be helpful for our kitchen staff. Thank you.
24 small muffin biscuits
This wonderful recipe is from our local Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Cookbook (page 43). The biscuit recipe has been changed by the innkeepers of the Kuebler Waldrip Haus Bed and Breakfast from "Drop Dead Biscuits" to ANGEL BISCUITS. Our guests rave about these little fluffy bits of heaven. Once they enter your mouth, they just fall apart. Hot, fresh and flakey. Put some butter on these... or make them the main course with some gravy and sausage on top. Don't worry about the caleries.... because you're on vacation. A past guest said that she was at a gathering where they were short on bread. She "whipped" these up in the kitchen and impressed everyone at the gathering. Share and enjoy.
This unique and favorite breakfast casserole recipe has been around for many years, and we found it in a local ladies cookbook KEEPERS written by Heleen Moore of New Braunfels, Texas. In fact, many of our wonderful repeat bed and breakfast guests frequently ask if we still serve this dish. This wonderful dish also makes its own crust and is ready when it is lightly browned on top. Serve it hot and fresh right out of the oven and garnished with a little sour cream and some homemade hot sauce dabbed on top.
FOR THE MILDER TASTE "BUDS" - It can also be fixed without the chilies (for the adults or the children), and then call it "Breakfast Pizza." If there is any left over, cut up and roll in a tortilla: instant breakfast tacos! Hot sauce can be added for the guests that want to spice it up.
BAKING TEMPERATURE: Bake at 350° for 45 minutes to 1 hour or until puffed and firm. Serves 10-12 guests.
NOTE: If two 8 inch or 9 inch round glass or Corning Ware pie dishes are used, and the baking time will be less. Baking tip to speed up the baking process: Prior to baking, place in the microwave for 2 minutes on high to heat the ingredients.