🍁 Sweet Potato Hash Breakfast Bowl. This breakfast is a staple for me now. It is so versatile and easy you can make any version of it by using the base of just a few ingredients: Sweet Potato, Onion, Spices, Pesto, and a Fried Egg. Simple, easy, and super healthy for you. This provides great fuel for a workout or a long day doing house/ yard work.
You’ll never believe that these soft and fluffy banana carrot muffins can be ready in an hour! Easy to make, plenty moist and filled with everyday wholesome ingredients, these healthy banana carrot muffins are ones the whole family will love.
This quick and easy Apple Butter Ricotta Toast recipe is perfect for breakfast, snacks, or even a passed hors d’oeuvre at a party. Don’t let the simplicity of this dish obscure the fact this it is absolutely delicious.
A savory take on the southern classic, stone ground grits. Roasted tomatoes and garlic are topping savory grits lending to a versatile base for other favorites like shrimp, pork chops, eggs… the possibilities are endless. Savory Grits and Variations on the Southern Classic
The Perfect Breakfast Board: a tutorial on how to put a grazing board together for the next time you host brunch! Salmon, Avocado, Capers, and the perfect Soft Boiled Egg.
A small batch of Apple Butter and Carrot Muffins. Naturally sweet, full of baking spices, super moist and healthy to boot
The flavor of spanakopita combined with the puff of a savory pancake. These Spinach Feta Egg Puffs are the answer to a successful brunch!
Inspired by a Netherlands pancake, this Dutch Baby Pancake is a cross between a crepe and a pop over. A breakfast treat that is not only fun to watch puff up, but is finger licking good until its all gone!
Overnight Oats are a fun and delicious way to enjoy Quaker® Oats! Either add fruit, yogurt, nuts or other tasty ingredients with your favorite milk and oats in a mason jar. Mix together at night and let steep in the fridge until morning
A classic Blackberry Scone recipe is shared along with pictures and stories of a day in the English Countryside: Blackberry Scones and Shakespeare in London