so I had a granola craving and I found this great recipe from bon appetit, “nothing but clusters granola” and decided to give it a try. glad I did because it’s absolutely delish. and I only made minor tweaks to the recipe (just based on what I had available and my own personal preferences) but … More easy granola
in the event that you are still thinking about things to make, bake or create 😉 — here are a few last minute ideas for your thanksgiving day: if you have overripe bananas — make this banana bread for breakfast. if you forgot to leave out the butter, but want to bake something quick- choose these doughnuts. … More thanksgiving last minute ideas
banana nut bread is one of my personal favorites. whether it’s for breakfast, weekend brunch, or even during afternoon tea — frankly, banana nut bread is perfect at anytime. I made some this weekend but I wanted it to be a little different. so, I made it in mini bundt pans and instead of using … More banana pecan bundt. the best ever.
here’s how I turn a pumpkin breakfast into dessert. yes, all eaten before midnight. 🎃 (hmmm, did anyone else think of Cinderella?) pumpkin waffles for one inspired by top with cinnamon ingredients: 1 scoop of your favorite protein powder ( I use Jay Robb) 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 2 large egg whites OR 1 large egg … More pumpkin breakfast for dessert.
I found a pumpkin maple muffin 🎃 recipe on the nytimes cooking site that’s perfect for a fall breakfast or brunch. I added a little extra to this already delicious recipe, but it’s a win-win. here’s how I made it: first, this recipe calls for pumpkin puree and I didn’t have the canned version BUT I did have an actual pumpkin (that … More pumpkin maple muffins with sauteed apple filling
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August 24 is National Waffle Day and we’re celebrating with our 5favs to enjoy waffles. waffle baby, waffle baby, waffle baby. 😉 how do you enjoy #NationalWaffleDay? waffles of insane greatness via food52 toasted coconut via bon appetit multigrain via 101 cookbooks maple pecans and chantilly cream via flourishing foodie caramel macchiato…
its a southern-inspired breakfast menu that’s sure to please. 😉 savor scrambled eggs via spork or a foon creamy grits via saveur brown sugar baked turkey bacon via grandbaby cakes 3 ingredient buttermilk biscuits via add a pinch sweet monochromatic berry fruit salad via a cup of joe sip lemonade sweet tea via southern living
I’ll be enjoying this caribbean-inspired breakfast on Christmas morning! and if you’re looking for a way to lift your holiday spirts check out this great holiday card from the USVI. what’s your favorite way to enjoy your holiday breakfast? breakfast menu – crucian style bush tea via crucian contessa (now, I’ll likely have to use tea … More caribbean breakfast
it’s the time when the weather is definitely becoming cooler, and laying in bed on the weekends under the warm blankets is the new meaning of “joy” for me. one of the best reasons to get up out of that warm bed is to enjoy a weekend brunch — it’s not too early, not … More fall weekend brunch buffet
we all know that leafy green vegetables are very healthy and are good for you, and its generally easy to add them for lunch or dinner. but how can you get those greens in at the first meal of the day? I have found 5 great ways to add them in at breakfast. let me know … More 5 ways to add greens to your breakfast