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.
it’s a le déjeuner menu that’s perfect for those of us who enjoy the best of french eats. what’s your favorite? bon appetit. 😉 savor french cheese platter via pretty mayhem michel roux croque monsier via the good life france green bean nicoise salad via epicurious (note: vegetarian) sweet raspberry macarons via food & wine apple tarte … More le déjeuner
I find that certain ingredients seem to take more of a precedence in the fall, like maple syrup. but it doesn’t have to be just for your pancakes and waffles. I found 5 favs maple syrup recipes that are sure to make maple syrup “stick” in your mind all day long. 🙂 which ones do you … More 5favs – maple syrup (sans pancakes and waffles)