We have a lot of apples in our house after our apple picking excursion so when my good friend Joleen sent me a recipe for apple loaf I made it as soon as I could! She’s never sent me a recipe that wasn’t a winner and this is no different. The top of . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – Apple Loaf
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you are probably aware of my addiction enjoyment of Starbucks. A friend posted Starbucks pumpkin scones recipe on another friend’s Facebook wall and I just happened to have some pumpkin puree left in my fridge that I needed to use up, so I took that as . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – “Starbucks” Pumpkin Scones
A friend gave me this recipe and it’s great at breakfast or as a snack. I added some chocolate chips which probably decreases the health factor but they are so good that I think it’s worth it! The recipe makes 12 regular muffins.
PUMPKIN MUFFINS Ingredients 1 1/4 cups whole wheat flour 1 . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – Healthy Pumpkin Muffins
We’re big breakfast fans around here. Every weekend, Ashlyn wakes up and askes for either pancakes of waffles with “sup-ups” (syrup) and I like to have a few options for variety. A friend of mine shared this recipe on Facebook and it’s made it into the recipe book – Rowan even had a taste and . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – Gingerbread Pancakes
My little monkey Ashlyn loves her bananas, but if we buy more than 4 guaranteed there will be a few that go mushy before we get to them. For a change of pace, I decided to make banana pancakes on the weekend for the first time using this recipe with a few little tweeks. Ashlyn . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – banana pancakes
We had some bananas to use up, and while I love our favourite banana crumb muffins, I wanted to try something different. My first stop was The Pioneer Woman where I found her recipe for banana bread. Words cannot describe how good this bread is! It’s got almost a cake-like texture.
I still had a . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – Banana scones and banana bread
I love weekend breakfasts, when we have more time to have something a little more fun than the usual cereal/bagel. One of our favourite things to make is waffles and mok honey (homemade syrup), thanks to the recipes from my good friend Joleen. It’s easy, delicious, and very impressive to guests when you tell . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – waffles and mok honey
This recipe is from an old Alberta Agriculture Home Echonomics Branch book called “Zucchini, zucchini, zucchini…”. I’ve made a teeny change and added some carrots and flax seeds; my changes are in pink. This loaf freezes really well, so I baked it in 4 small loaves instead of one big one so I could . . . → Read More: What’s for breakfast – Zucchini & carrot loaf
I think this used to be called a “wifesaver” back in the day. I originally got the recipe from Kraft Canada but it looks like they’ve changed it since I found it a few years ago. I’ve made a few modifications based on our favourite foods, but you can use whatever veggies and meat you . . . → Read More: What’s for (Christmas) Breakfast – Frittata
I love muffins and I love eggnog. When my friend posted a link to eggnog muffins I knew it was something I had to try ASAP. I’m so glad that I did! I haven’t tried the spiced butter yet but I plan to give that a shot a little closer to Christmas.
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