Chorizo Scrambled Egg Breakfast Taco
Between all of the holiday roasts, sides, fishes, cookies and pies, it’s easy to overlook preparing a delicious breakfast for your family and houseguests. IMUSA’s…
Almond Crumble Coffee Cake with California Dried Plums
As I get older I’ve been doing more to try and keep healthy. Making sure that I exercise, drink more water and get more sleep…
Cheerios™ “Buy a Box. Give a Free Box” & No-Bake Cheerios™ Mix-Up Balls Recipe
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GiveABox #CollectiveBiasThirteen years ago my husband needed to make…
Mother’s Day French Toast Waffles Breakfast
Are you looking for an easy Mother’s Day breakfast solution? Then look no further than here! This French Toast Waffle is so easy for dad…
Peanut Butter Steel Cut Oats with Fruit – gold emblem abound™
In the last few months both my husband and I have a had some awakening moments when it has come to our health. Since heart disease runs in his family we should have been more deliberate in a lot of our food choices…but haven’t been. After I went and had a well checkup (which had been about 4 years since my last one, gulp!) and found out my cholesterol levels were creeping up, I KNEW we had to be more conscious of what we are eating.
Christmas Morning Breakfast Idea: Eggs in a Nest
Christmas morning is almost here! I don’t know about you but by the time that morning rolls around I’m a little tired of all the cooking and baking 🙂 So I put my husband in charge of Christmas morning breakfast. I mean I help a little by providing him leftover potatoes, but other than that, I sit back, relax and enjoy the Santa Claus parade on TV and let him sweat over the stove top that morning!
My husband doesn’t cook much at all, but making eggs – that he’s really good at. Every Saturday morning when he was younger, he took the leftover potatoes from dinner earlier in the week and made his own fried hashbrowns and then broke an egg over them which he then covered and steam cooked.
#ThankfullySweet Apple Pie Waffles – It’s Okay to Have Dessert for Breakfast!
I cannot be the only one that during the holidays has looked at what’s in the fridge and chosen to pull out a leftover piece of pie for breakfast…right?! Yummm… The other day I used the pie for breakfast idea and took it one step further. I deconstructed a Mrs. Smith’s Dutch Apple Pie that I purchased in the freezer section (along with some Cool Whip) at Walmart and added it to our waffle batter to make Apple Pie Waffles.
Breakfast Makes Cents at Market Street – Recipes for Cereal & Yogurt
The average cost of lattes for a week could buy you a month of breakfast choices at home. Starting today until the end of September, Market Street is featuring a special selection of breakfast items in their weekly ads, all designed to help you create a quick, easy, nutritious breakfast at home and save. Savings on cereal, biscuits and yogurt will be a part of the event, and I’ve got a couple of recipes below that you can make with the items you purchase and saved on!
Gluten-Free Breakfast Quinoa with Vanilla Cream
While we don’t primarily eat gluten-free we have plenty of friends who do. It’s usually not too much of an issue to plan snacks or desserts around them when we entertain, but meals are a whole other matter. I had full intentions of making this breakfast for my friend when she was here last week, but time got away from us and I never did 🙁 It’s extremely tasty and well worth making even if you don’t eat gluten-free.
The Perfect Cookbook for Mother’s Day, Barbecues and Beyond: The Greek Yogurt Kitchen
Greek yogurt is one of today’s most versatile ingredients. In her book, Toby shows how it can be used as a healthy replacement in classic family recipes and sweet tooth favorites. She also includes tips about what to look for when buying Greek yogurt, as well as its numerous health benefits.