Looking for a way to use up leftover eggnog? Use it to make a unique and scrumptious breakfast.
Who says you can’t have carrot cake for breakfast? These scones are a delicious treat and freeze well too.
Want to change up your weekend breakfast or need something to bring to a brunch with friends? Try out this scone recipe and feel free to change it to fit your tastes.
This muffin is a perfect breakfast on the go, full of protein, fruit and fiber it will keep you full without any sugar spikes. Along with being dairy, egg and grain free it has no added sugar making it a kid friendly breakfast as well.
Looking to get rid of those ripe bananas on your counter? Give this easy recipe a try and warm up with some buttered chocolate chip banana bread!
Delicious and easy to make, these smoked maple breakfast sausages are perfect for a lazy Sunday morning and freeze well and are great for a quick breakfast on the go.
These cinnamon rolls use spelt flour with a mascarpone cheese frosting. They are easy, quick and delicious. Baking from scratch means that you control the ingredients and the ingredients consist of real foods not industrialized products. Go preheat that oven and start baking.
In my kitchen the only cereals you will find are homemade. Granola is a household favorite and making your own is easy and much cheaper than store bought. An added bonus – you get control over what ingredients are added.
This cookie is a great fix to two problems: ripe bananas that no one will eat and a quick ‘on the go’ breakfast. Only sweetened with fruit and a little honey, these work as a great after school snack as well. You can switch raisins for cranberries, omit the chocolate chips, use maple syrup instead of honey, add almonds instead of pistachios. Never be afraid of making changes within my recipes to make them your own- you can also leave a comment with questions about substitutions.
The perfect breakfast sandwich on the go-ham, egg and cheese waffle sandwich. Rethink the classic waffle and dump the processed frozen breakfast sandwiches. The options for stuffing a waffle are endless and delicious.
Pop tarts are advertised as a breakfast food for kids and after school snack. Processed pop tarts are full of artificial colors, ingredients and refined sugars. Making pop tarts from scratch is easy and a great way to introduce your kids to baking.