So, I am absolutely in love with breakfast burritos. Sometimes, if I have to think about breakfast it just doesn’t happen. So having a breakfast that’s easy to make takes the stress out of the morning (well at least that part of the morning). Best part… this recipe can be made ahead of time and thrown in the freezer. These breakfast burritos are so delicious, it actually makes me want to eat breakfast. Even on my groggiest days. Continue reading “Breakfast Burritos”
So…. I have a confession. I have a freezer full of carrots. I’ve been trying every carrot dish I’ve come across. But making breakfast as easy as possible has been my main focus since we’ve kicked off back to school. I love these Carrot Cake Overnight Oats. Not just because it’s another way to get rid of the carrots in the freezer but because it’s healthy. Who can say no to carrot cake for breakfast, right? Continue reading “Carrot Cake Overnight Oats”
I haven’t met a banana bread I didn’t like and this one is no different. We’ve had a ton. Actually, several tons of carrots this summer so I had find something to do with all these carrots. Carrots actually help to boost the immune system along with a slew of other great benefits. This Banana Carrot Bread is delicious and packed with tons of vitamins and minerals. Yup, delicious and nutritious. Continue reading “Banana Carrot Bread”
When I was pregnant my mom (and everyone else) was on me about having breakfast in the morning. I told her I didn’t have time. But you know how mom’s are she didn’t want to hear it she told me to pop some eggs in a ramekin and put it in the microwave for 30 seconds. That’s how Eggs and Ham in a Jar came to be. Continue reading “Eggs and Ham in a Jar”
Mother’s Day can get pretty hectic and this year we are juggling Mother’s Day as well as several birthdays. Of course, that’s not going to stop us from making this day as special as we can for our mothers. These 5 Tips for Mother’s Day Brunch should help it go off without a hitch. Continue reading “5 Tips for Mother’s Day Brunch”
What do you bring to a Thanksgiving brunch? Sweet potato pancakes. I’ve been mulling over this idea of Thanksgiving Brunch ever since we had brunch at my friends house the other weekend. The holidays can be a stressful time especially when there are so many family and friends to see. I remember when my husband and I were back and forth on the highway from afternoon until midnight trying to see all of our family during the holidays.
Waffles… Who doesn’t like a good waffle. Though most of the dishes on this blog are the foods that comfort me and make me happy. This one is for my little. Whether waffles or pancakes, mini me is a fan of carbs and fruit in the morning. I asked him why he likes waffles so much? He said because it’s yummy. Well duh!! What’s wrong with me. So thank goodness for those wonderful people from Sweden who created this dish, so that we could have this type of “yummy.”
I’ve been on this breakfast kick and I don’t want it to end. Particularly, not after the bacon and egg hash brown cups I made the other day. I love a good “to go” breakfast.
Now that the kids are back to school these cranberry topped cinnamon muffins make the morning routine a lot easier. Filled with fruit and very filling. These muffins help me get out the door quickly because breakfast is already done.
It’s back to school time. And at the forefront of my brain is how to make our morning routine a little easier. There are many days we’re walking a fine line between being on time or an hour late. Having breakfast made is helpful. But having a breakfast we can eat on the go is even better. My solution, Ham and Cheese Egg Muffins. Continue reading “Ham and Cheese Egg Muffins”