This Is Ree Drummond’s Go-To Breakfast Order at Her Restaurant
This dish has us wanting to road trip to Oklahoma right now!
Ree Drummond, also known as The Pioneer Woman, is always cooking up something delicious on her television show. She shares tips and tricks when it comes to her cooking over on Instagram, and her most recent post has us drooling at our seats.
If you didn’t already know, Ree has a restaurant in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, called Mercantile. The menu alone has us wanting to take a road trip to Oklahoma immediately. Those biscuits and gravy, the chicken fried steak, and that cowboy crème brulée sound absolutely divine. With so many delicious options on the menu, it would seem almost impossible to decide on what to munch on. But Ree seemed to make that decision for us by posting a photo of her scrumptious breakfast. This is what Ree Drummond would choose as her last meal (if she had to).
What’s for breakfast?
On a breakfast date with her husband, Ladd, Ree took to Instagram with a photo of the migas dish. As described on their menu, migas is a Tex-Mex favorite that will have you “hooked for life!” It comes with three farm-fresh eggs scrambled up with onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, cheese, and corn tortilla strips. It’s topped with pico de gallo, guacamole, and the restaurant’s homemade cream. With a side of “Crispy Bits” potatoes, this breakfast will certainly have you licking the skillet clean.
She also snagged a few bites of her husband’s breakfast, which was the Pancake Breakfast. This menu item includes a short stack of pancakes with flavored butters and infused syrups (Aged Vanilla & Cinnamon, Orange Zest & Clove, and Sea Salt Caramel), with a side of two eggs any style, bacon, and sausage. Hello, Carb City? Table for one, please!
We also couldn’t help but noticed Ree’s homemade cinnamon rolls on the menu, for a whopping low price of $4. Those cinnamon rolls tend to be one of The Pioneer Woman’s signature holiday dishes, and we would give anything to snag a plate of those ooey-gooey creations. Next, check out the Pioneer Woman’s first-ever recipe.