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Oh my goodness, this is beyond deliciousness!!


I know what you mean about cooking for yourself - no one could believe I made my own birthday cake, but it made me happy! Hope you had a good Mother's Day.

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Thanks, Katie! These really were too cute for words. And the taste... oh my goodness, they were amazing. I hope you are able to find some quail eggs and try these, they are just too much fun tomiss. BTW, I love your blog - its gorgeous, and your recipes are really great. :)


these are so stinkin cute! Plus, I love that you cooked on mother's day. : ) I'm not a mother myself but for my "birthday present" i love to have people over and cook for them. Doing what I love is the best gift ever! Anything miniaturized like this always wins a crowd over. Just have to find quail eggs somewhere. Thanks!


Oh my word, those are just TOO freaking cute. Eggs Benedict is my favorite breakfast food, and the fact that it's miniature makes it 1000x more appealing. I am in love.


Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Yvonne - I bet you could find quail eggs in Honolulu at one of the markets in China/Japan town. Or check your local health food co-op. Yep, they taste like regular eggs, but the white is proportionally much smaller than a regular egg compared to the size of the yolk. Ive been craving this dish ever since Mothers Day!


Those are so cute! Wonder where I can find quail eggs around here? Do they taste the same as regular eggs? Personally, I see no problem with doing all the cooking for Mother's Day brunch, so long as someone else does the cleaning up!!

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Merci beaucoup, Genevieve! I think I like biscuits even better than English muffins for this. The texture is softer and more crumbly, so it pairs really nicely with the little eggs. J'adore ton blog - tes photos sont si jolie et les recettes vraiement delicieuses! Et aussi, quand je lis ton blog, je peux pratiquer mon francais. ;)


Replacing English muffins by biscuits is an idea I'm in love with! These look very good.

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

I saw those Luxirare pie pops! Aren't they adorable? I'm right there with you on the miniature foods. Love them... as long as I don't walk away hungry. ;)


How extremely cute! There is something about miniature food.. I mean, I do like to have a LOT of it, but if it's in small bite-sized pieces that's even better! Luxirare once made those pie pops http://luxirare.com/float/ and although I haven't tried them yet I dream about them frequently. I'll try your hollandaise sauce, since I'm a complete newbie :)

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Looks luscious and mouth watering. Cant wait to eat them..

Dawn (KitchenTravels)

Hi Laura! Thanks for your comment. These really were too cute - I'm a sucker for bite-sized foods. Glad to hear I'm not the only one who bakes her own birthday cake! ;) This hollandaise recipe is perfect for benedict newbies - super simple, and taste-wise, it's one of the best I've had.


oooo! These are too cute! I have yet to make eggs benedict, big or small, but it's pretty high up on my list. I know what you mean about cooking for yourself - no one could believe I made my own birthday cake, but it made me happy! Hope you had a good Mother's Day.

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