Breakfast at Dreamcatcher Bed and Breakfast
We would like to welcome you to our Gourmet Breakfast here at the Dreamcatcher!
First, you must try our signature “appetizer” dish, Hot Oats Brulee, everyone’s favorite. It is a combination of Steel Cut and Old Fashioned Oats, raisins and sliced almonds, which we slow cook in milk, and then cover with natural cane sugar, and torch, as is done for Creme Brulee.
We then will feature a unique entree such as Eggs Jambon , Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict , Taos tamale bake, or a peach stuffed french toast to get your day off to the right start. The selections rotate between, a sweet dish, a, savory one and finally a southwestern breakfast, all guaranteed to satisfy. Your meal will be accompanied by fresh fruit, home made bread or muffins, and a small sweet treat to complete the full gourmet breakfast.
We are always happy to accomodate any dietary restrictions you might have. If you are vegan, vegetarian, gluten or dairy free, we have the breakfast for you! We strive to use local Ingredients when possible, for example; Taos made free range pork sausage and fresh herbs and veggies from our garden.
Our full breakfast is served at 8:30 am. But feel free to come in early to enjoy our New Mexican Pinon coffee and read the daily newspaper before breakfast. We also have a wonderful selection of herbal and organic teas .
Breakfast at the Dreamcatcher B&B is special and we hope you enjoy every last bite!
Need to leave earlier than 8:30am? We are happy to provide you with breakfast items for you to keep in your room’s refrigerator to have as you head off. We usually can provide such items as yogurt, fresh fruit, granola, cereals, etc…
Start with Oatmeal Mix:
- 1/2 Irish steel cut oats
- 1/2 Quaker slow cooking oats
- 1/3 cup of raisins
- ¼ cup of slivered almonds
- Fill a Cup container full with milk 2 cups
- One Cup container full with the Oatmeal Mix.
- Put about 1-2 tablespoons of salt in the milk.
- Get the milk almost to boil, pour in the oatmeal.
- Bring down the temperature to moderate
- Stir regularly (otherwise, the mixture sticks to the bottom).
- Cooking takes 25-35 minutes.
- If you don’t serve it immediately, pour content into the crockpot, set the crockpot on low.
- Fill about 1/3 – 1/2 of a Ramekin with oat mixture.
- Sprinkle raw sugar (about 1 spoonful) on top
- Torch the sugar until it has crystallized
- Make a topping (half sour cream, half vanilla yogurt)
- Put a dollop of topping on top of the Brule, serve.
Serves 10-12 people.
Green Chile Apple Pie
with a Taos Twist
with a Taos Twist