I love making ‘breakfast/brunch’ on the weekends. Whether it is eggs, french toast, waffles, the delicious list of breakfast foods goes on & on. I saw this recipe on bon appetit & had to make them. A soft, light in texture pancake studded with blueberries & topped with a delicious blueberry-lemon compote. Honestly, you must try these!
I think this might be the last energy ball recipe I try! This is the 4th on I have made to see which one I like best! I prefer the first one that I made… All of these little balls are a great snack, if someone wants something sweet without any added sugar. Check out this recipe for energy balls #4 & let me know which recipe you prefer…if you haven’t tried any of the others I will include a link to them all below.
This recipe is from smittenkitchen. I love her granola recipe so I was pretty sure I would love this too! This is really a quick recipe & a great snack. Not too sweet, crunchy & delicious.
i have always loved iced coffee & iced tea. so usually, I brew a cup of coffee, put it over ice…if the coffee isn’t too strong, I will drink it black or sometimes I add milk. Last year I started making Cold Brew Coffee. I don’t know if the craze started before I noticed or it last year was its big year! I have not seen too much about it lately but I was very excited to make my first batch yesterday.
I love almond butter. But…when there was a recall at Costco of the kind I used to buy…I started making it at home.
I used to make this wonderful brunch dish whenever we would have company over for brunch. Sometimes I would make it for pot-luck dinners…it is great on a buffet table. I think it would be perfect for a Mother’s Day breakfast…it is so simple to do the kids can do it …with a bit of help… Continue reading “Cheddar Cheese Puff”
I updated a post from January for Granola. The original post did not have the recipe but I have added it. Here is the link that that post, check it out1 The recipe is from smitten kitchen & it is delicious. https://marilyndishes.com/2017/01/28/the-smitten-kitchen-cookbook/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true Continue reading Granola – Updated Post
Make this with me!!! Pictures will be updated as these are ready at the different stages!!! Follow along!!
I love scones. Crispy on the outside, flaky inside. There is a trick to making a good scone I think. Not too much handling of the dough. Like a pie crust. I am not an expert but I like to make them & keep them in the freezer. When I want to eat one, I just pop it in the microwave briefly so it is just defrosted & not over-done.
This recipe is also from Deliciously Ella ( the Sesame Vanilla Energy Balls were from this site) Dates, oats, peanut butter & peanuts. I checked the calories & the roasted peanuts added so many! The calorie count for 1 cup of dry roasted peanuts is 854! Certainly gets me thinking about grabbing a few handfuls of roasted peanuts! I did a very unscientific & I am sure … Continue reading Peanut Energy Balls #3
Here is #2 in my trying different energy balls! Jacki told me about this recipe, there are 2 more from this website that I will try..the website is Deliciously Ella. The only change I made from the original recipe is that I did not have vanilla powder so I used liquid vanilla. The ingredients are given by weight in the original recipe. I weighed & … Continue reading Sesame Vanilla Energy Balls #2
I am going to check out a few energy ball recipes so this one is NUMBER 1 Who doesn’t need more energy?? Or a healthy snack? The original recipe for these are from Minimalistbaker.com. My grandkids love these as a snack so I thought they would be great for some friends of mine who are vegan. I was going to visit them & knew these … Continue reading Date & Cocoa Energy Balls