Hi, Becky here from Bite of Delight! I’m so excited that Fall is here, along with cooler weather, beautiful leaf colors and PUMPKIN! If you’re a pumpkin-spice-all-the-things kind of person, then you’ll love this super easy recipe for dressing up a simple pancake mix for a quick and easy Fall breakfast.
Hello! I’m happy to be back sharing this wonderful easy cheese danish with you today! The filling tastes just like cheesecake. These are perfect for breakfast, brunch or just a sweet snack. I love that they go together so quickly! This recipe is one of Ina Garten’s. I love her elegant, simple style! You could easily adapt this and mix in some jam. Make a sweet drizzle for the top! It’s a great go to recipe.
I listed the zest of one lemon (my children don’t like it when the lemon is too strong). Other than that I pretty much followed her recipe.
Making french toast in the crock pot has become my new favorite. It’s too easy. Basic ingredients go in, let it soak overnight, and then turn the crock pot on first thing in the morning. No fuss or frills about it.
These easy blueberry bars are simple to make, and taste fantastic!
These blueberry crumble bars have been a favorite for ages. They really are quite simple to make and I don’t think you can really mess ’em up. And I’ll tell you a secret – you can pretend that they are good to eat for breakfast! ‘Cuz there’s fruit. No seriously, though, I consume way too many of these in the morning.
Last weekend, one of my new contributors took me to breakfast. It was awesome, for several reasons. One of them being because SHE is awesome. (Check out her blog, Lindsay Ross Blog!) The other reason is because I got to have the yummiest pancakes that I’ve been thinking/drooling about ever since. And, so I made some. Bad, bad girl. I can’t stop eating them and I’m going to gain a million pounds! Aghhh! We’re leaving on a cruise this weekend, and here I am splurging already.
So, these are mega-easy. (Mega is my new word-of-choice, just so you know.) Oh, maybe I should tell you what they are first…
Banana Pecan Pancakes with Buttermilk Syrup … a.k.a. Heaven, On Your Plate.
Christina from FoodApparel back to visit! I am such a sucker when it comes to breakfast. Seriously, you start talking about breakfast and you have my full attention. I just love everything from a good hash to a smoothie to omelet to french toast. You name it! And I will definitely eat it any time of day. In fact, my family used to have Sunday Waffle Night when I was growing up. We would just cook mounds of waffles and find whatever we could in the fridge for topping- jams, whipped cream, lots and lots of syrup, fruit, yogurt…… This was a good day at my home.
Well, keeping in the tradition, I still enjoyed lots of good breakfast even after I left home. And I would visit my brother often who lived in the same city as me when I was attending college. He and his wife never disappointed with the meal spread. He introduced me to the idea of Coconut Cinnamon Waffles.
Hey guys! I’m Jen, and I share any and everything baked on my blog, Baked by an Introvert. I’m so happy to be joining Mariel and her team as a contributor here!
Oatmeal is hands down one of my favorite breakfast options. If it’s baked it’s even better!
These baked peach almond oatmeal cups are so easy to throw together. All that is required is one bowl, a handful of healthy ingredients, and 25 minutes to bake. Of course the largest component of the oatmeal cups is the oatmeal. You will need the old fashioned kind. If you’re aiming for gluten free, be sure the label states certified gluten free.
Almond butter is what I used as a binder for today’s oatmeal cups. If you don’t care for almond butter you can always use peanut butter instead. And you can easily make your own almond butter at home.
The oatmeal cups are sweetened with maple syrup. Make sure to use pure maple syrup. Or you can use honey in place of the syrup. I’ve made these with both and either way, they are delicious.
So, somehow I got it in my mind that I was craving bran muffins. Does that happen to normal people? I made these Apple Cinnamon Bran Muffins, and they were amazing. So amazing, that I think I think all efforts of eating healthy went out the window, as I believe I ate 7 of them, when they came out of the oven. According to My Fitness Pal app, I had exceeded my entire calorie/fat/carb allotment for the entire day. Yep.
It’s time to make New Year’s Resolutions. You know, I used to be on a resolutions strike. I thought, why just make goals once a year that I’m probably going to fail at within two weeks time? I will just try to set goals when the need comes up throughout the year. While this kind of makes sense to me still, I finally came around last year and realized that I can spend a little time at the beginning of the year to focus on where my life is going – maybe not just for the year, but in general, and make some plans around that. Looking back, did I actually accomplish more? I can honestly say YES. So, I will stop going against the grain on this one and jump on the bandwagon!
Maybe you are looking to eat healthier and more natural (less processed ). And maybe you are looking to be better with your budget. Well, here’s a simple recipe that can help you achieve both of those goals. Do I have your attention? Well, keep reading then.
Ever since becoming a mother I have put my children and household first, and myself last on the list of things to take care of. But, I have come to the realization that taking care of myself is doing what’s best for my kids. That’s why I’ve decided to exercise at least three times each week and eat more good-for-you whole foods.
I’m sure many of you can relate to my situation. I mean … it’s really hard to get all of the fresh fruits, vegetables, and nutrients required to stay healthy; especially with little ones running around! That’s why many of my meals (especially lunches) end up being of the smoothie variety…
Hello, Friends! It’s Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling, here today to share a delicious holiday breakfast recipe with you! Believe it or not, Christmas is just one week away….and I don’t know about you, but I’m not quite ready! I still have a few gifts to buy, a few treats to package up, a few Christmas dresses to find…..oh – and some food to think about!
Delicious Pound Cake French Toast topped with cherry pie filling and sprinkled with powdered sugar. The perfect breakfast for Christmas morning!
I’ve been looking for a great breakfast idea for Christmas morning. Something easy, because I have always been a no big meals on Christmas day kind of gal…who wants to spend their Holiday in the kitchen cooking all day? I love cooking/baking and all, but on this day I just want to spend my time hanging with the fam!
So, when I saw this post that had 7 amazing pie crust designs I started thinking. That can be dangerous at times! HA! Anyway, I thought I’d whip up a beautiful Christmas Quiche with a beautiful snowflake crust (inspired by the Lovely Lace crust) that can be made the day before Christmas so that on Christmas morning all you have to do is bake and serve!