Finnish Pancake by itselfFrom Margot’s Table to Yours

Sun Valley, ID AirBnB owners’ and vacation guests’ culinary offerings.

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Please scroll down below food display pictures for available overnight casserole breakfast menus and pricing.

To see other culinary offerings information please see below the last culinary picture(Almond Lace Delights Cookies)


Margot Serving Her Famous Finnish PancakeThis Blog is for all of those here in the Sun Valley Area who wish to have Margot cater small BnB type food events.  It also is for all those who own AirBnB vacation rentals as well as for their guests. 

Even though Margot Van Horn has lived in the Sun Valley area for over 35 years, from 2005 to 2010 Margot was an owner/ inn-keeper at her own Victorian B&B in Paso Robles, Ca. That is when she discovered how much she loved to cook as well as being a concierge.

Listed below are some of the breakfast overnight casserole recipes her B&B guests loved.  Margot thought that all of the vacation rental guests would also enjoy them.  The overnight casseroles or other chosen menu option(s) will be put together by Margot in a discardable oven proof container. The dish will be placed in the Air BnB vacation rental’s refrigerator the night before the guest’s arrival or if they are already here, in the refrigerator any night that the guest wishes.  The container will be accompanied with clearly written cooking directions (and the full recipe as well if so desired) so that it can easily be baked the next morning.  Most of these dishes take less than one hour to bake and will enhance the vacation rental with a delicious aroma.  Left over’s are still delicious and can be easily reheated in micro.                                                  

Margot has been busy catering small B&B type culinary get-to-gathers in the Sun Valley area since 2011 so aside from what is mentioned here on this food blog, she has many other menus available for appetizers, dinners, desserts and cookies. Many menus can be altered for vegetarian and restricted dietary requirements—just ask. free form fruit tart Patty's Cookies 2ground lamb and greens puff pastry tart Irish Soda Bread IMG_3241 popovers 016 bacon and egg casserole 014 lamb shank with white beans Peppered Corn Muffins poached pears in bowl Biscotti 009 Linzer Torte Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf XXXchocolate strawberries Pork with spinach and potatoes

For $50, Margot also will gladly shop and supply your BnB vacation rental with some staples before you arrive or even when you are here. The cost of the groceries is extra and a receipt of purchased items will be given to the client/guest.   A few suggested staples might be: coffee, tea, milk, eggs, butter, fruit, bread, juice.                          

Below are choices and pricing for overnight casserole breakfasts and healthy individual dishes (vegetarian and restricted dietary requirement menu options/adjustment is available) If  the vacation rental is not part of the Hailey Town Houses there will be a $10 extra delivery charge

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Finnish Pancakes—-Melt butter in pre-heated 425 oven; when melted pour re-blended mixture into pan. Bake at 425 for 25-30 minutes or till puffy and golden.

8” X 8” pan will serve 2-3——-$30      13” X 9” pan will serve 4-6—–$55     fresh fruit & syrup $5 extra                                                                                                  


french toast a la creme brule

French Toast a La Crème Brule—–Bake in pre-heated 350 oven for 35-40 minutes

8” X 8” pan will serve 2-3—-$35        13” X 9” pan will serve 4-6—–$65      Fresh fruit & syrup $5 extra

overnight scrambled egg bake

Overnight Scrambled Egg Bake with mushrooms and/or other veggies (Can be made with egg beaters) Bake in pre-heated 350 oven for 1 hour. Can be totally vegetarian or can add bits of ham, bacon,etc.

8” X 8” pan will serve 2-3–$35   13” X 9” pan will serve 4-6—-$65   Focaccia or Big Wood Baguette $5 extra

asparagus-prociutto-strattaAsperagus or zucchini  Prosciutto Strata-–Bake in pre-heated 350 oven for 40-50 minutes.

8” X 8” pan serves 2-3—$35    13” X 9” pan serves 4-6—-$65                   Big Wood Baguette $5 extra

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Eggs Piquant—a healthy yogurt egg soufflé –Can even be made with non-fat yogurt Bake in pre-heated 400 oven for 15-20 minutes

Individual dishes $10/ea includes grated cheese and piquant sauce topping.  Focaccia or corn/flour tortillas $5 extra

chilli rellano casserole (7)Mexican Egg Casserole with Green Chilis —Bake in a pre-heated 350 oven for 50 minutes

8”X 8” pan serves 2-3 —$ 30   13” X 9” pan serves 6—-$55    Corn/flour tortillas/ or focaccia $5 extra

huevos en aquacate

Huevos en Aguacate (eggs baked in avocado halves) When avocados are in season and ripe, this is a delicious easy- to- make dish—Bake in pre-heated  425 oven for 15-20 minutes.

1 whole avocado with 2 eggs, shredded cheese, sour cream and salsa for toping serves 1 or 2—$13   Corn/FlourTortillas or foccacia $5 extra

For special occasioned breakfasts, a Panettone Bread Pudding with Ameratto Sauce, Gingerbread Pudding and a Very Berry Bread Pudding are always wonderful tasting dishes to enjoy.

bread-puddingBread Pudding

nut delight    Almond Lace Delights

On advance notice of at least 2 days, further catering is also available for appetizers, dinners, desserts and sweets, especially for the holidays and special occasions.  Some of Margot’s clients’ favorite culinary delights include:

Appetizers: fondues, gorgonzola stuffed mini-peppers, cheese and meat platters, shrimp appetizers, smoked salmon and trout platters, 10 veggie layer dip and more. Dinners: Oven Baked Salmon with Cashews & Spicy Yogurt Sauce & Dill Mustard Sauce; Rick’s Slow Cooked Pork; Curried Cornish Game Hens; Fennel and Rosemary Beef Tenderloin with Creamy Mustard Sauce, Margot’s Pot of King City Pink Beans with Ham Hocks, Killer Lasagna, hearty soups. These dishes can be sided along with special veggie and starch dishes. Desserts:  Various open face fruit tortes, fruit claffouti, Linzer Torte, Chocolate Dump Cake, almond lace cookies











9 responses »

    • Hi Nancy, Thanks so much for your comment. I just made myself the Tostada for lunch yesterday. So easy and good. I love that little pan. Do you have one like it? We can book blog some on the Read It category on my blog if you want. That would be fun–and maybe we could get some more people interested in that.
      Best, Margot

  1. At my age, quality of must outweigh quantity! Your variety looks wonderful! Plenty of variety for the pallet! Anxious to try them out here in Palisade or in Sun Valley next Spring!

  2. At my point in life, quality has become more important than quantity in food consumption. No doubt your fare would satisfy the quality portion of the equation, and I look forward to trying them here in Palisade or in Sun Valley next Spring!

    Best Wishes,


    • Hi Bill,
      Thanks so much for checking in. When you and Susan come visit next Spring, I will definitely do a bit of cooking for you both and hope that you’ll enjoy that. However, if before then, tell me if you try something from my blog and how you like it.

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