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Dessert for Brunch – a Fun Tailgating Recipe with Milky Way Bites

Game day.  The TV is always on in our home.  We’ve been a little disappointed with the performance of our team (yes, we were Cowboys fans even before we moved to Dallas) as of late they’ve been leaving a bit of a sour taste in our mouth.  So on Sundays when the games are at noon, we like to make those games a tiny bit sweeter even when our ‘Boys’ are fumbling the ball.  Dessert for Brunch makes a great tailgating treat and this past week I made some Cake Batter Pancakes with Milky Way Bites that help take the sting out a bit when the Cowboys lose 😉

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Blueberry Pancake Syrup

I think I may have mentioned a time or two on my blog before that I love pancakes.  It’s one of those foods that I could eat every day and probably never get tired of them.  In what feels like the never ending supply of food in my pantry and freezer that we need to use up before we move, I tweaked a recipe that I had from the National Honey Board, and made pancakes with a blueberry syrup the other morning.

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Vanilla Blueberry Waffle Recipe from Homemade with Love, by Jennifer Perillo

Homemade with LoveI think if you’ve followed my blog for awhile, or at least have searched through my recipes on occassion, you’ll realize I’m not a “from scratch” type of gal.  I’m open to learning new things though, and so when I had the chance to review Homemade with Love: Simple Scratch Cooking from In Jennie’s Kitchen, I was eager to see if I could make anything in it without creating an epic fail of a dish.

Surprisingly enough to me, not only were a lot of the recipes not difficult – they were also things my family would eat – and so I hunkered down to mix, whisk and boil from scratch food in my own kitchen.  

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Paska – a Traditional Easter Bread, Made Easy for Busy Moms

I grew up in a community that had a strong Mennonite/German population, many of whom immigrated from Eastern Europe. A staple traditional recipe in those homes at Easter time is Paska, which is a sweet bread.

My childhood best friend’s mom, made a loaf of Paska just for me each year. When we graduated from high school, a family friend took over when she found out how much I loved it. Then when I got married, my sister-in-law made it for me. And then we moved from Canada to the U.S. and my supply chain of Paska….stopped!

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Yummy Rocky Road Pancakes!

I LOVE Pancakes. They are one of my favorite foods. I could eat them all the time. I’ve begun experimenting with my pancake batter to try and make my pancakes even tastier by stirring extra things into it. Last week I made Rocky Road Pancakes, and here’s how.

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A Christmas Tradition ~ Apple Pie Waffles

Having no extended family where we live means that Christmas around here is pretty quiet.  Last night we went to church for Christmas Eve service and then we went to go see The Hobbit.  Christmas Day is usually just a time that we sit around and play games together, maybe watch a DVD.  But one thing we always do is have Waffles for Breakfast/Brunch and watch the Disney Christmas Parade.

Here’s the waffle recipe I used this morning.

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St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast – Spinach Banana Muffins

Here’s a great healthy and green way to kick off your St. Patrick’s Day!  My cousin re-vamped a recipe from The Chic Life – and said they were awesome, everybody in my family loved them!! Success!!!

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