If you love tangy blueberries, luscious cream cheese and warm, flaky puff pastry...you won't want to miss this yummy dessert recipe from Louise Leonard. It would even make a good breakfast if you're feeling the need to indulge!
Jenny Park ( http://spoonforkbacon.com ): There's nothing like waking up on Christmas morning ... to a warm, scrumptious breakfast! And this casserole recipe is the perfect dish. It's easy to whip together, feeds a ton of people, and has all your major food groups represented: eggs, potatoes, sausage, veggies and bread. So, there's no need for any additional sides nor the clean up that goes with it. Enjoy!
Pace Webb ( http://tasteofpace.blogspot.com ): This is my favorite Christmas morning breakfast because I can make it the day ahead. It's filling, but light enough so I can enjoy a big family meal later in the day. The dish can be served slightly warmed or at room temperature so you can take your time opening gifts in the morning! Happy Holidays!
Gravlax is a Scandinavian dish usually served as an appetizer or it's perfect for brunch! It's a beautiful piece of Salmon cured with salt, sugar and herbs...then thinly sliced and paired with bagels, dill, capers, etc. This is something most people buy at the store, but Louise Leonard says it's worth it to make it at home! Curing the fish is not as hard as you might think and the amazing flavors make it well worth the effort.
This yummy breakfast sammy will beat any drive-thru version!
Kelly Bryson Pearce: Saturday mornings are the best! Our family gets to sleep in, spend quality time together ... in our pajamas, and, best of all, we get to make and enjoy a delicious, hearty breakfast. Our favorite go-to meal is French toast with bananas and whipped cream. Mmm... Here's to the weekend!
Nothing invokes the senses of Paris more than crepes. This ubiquitous street food has such a distinct smell -- a mixture of sweet and savory -- that any hint of it leaves you imagining a romantic stroll through the City of Light. It's no surprise Adrianna Adarme of http://acozykitchen.com thinks it's the perfect culinary homage to Best Picture nominee "Hugo". However, her twist on the crepe introduces bananas sautéed in brown sugar and bourbon. YUM!
Most of us have a few eggs in our fridge, but did you know that means you also have the ingredients for a delicious lazy night meal? Eggs are a great protein -- filling, versatile, and, most importantly, easy to cook. Beth Le Manach shares her tips on making a perfect omelette. Of course, you can enjoy the omelette for breakfast or brunch, but don't count it out when it comes to lunch or dinner, especially if you're looking to whip something up quickly. Enjoy!
Pancakes for breakfast may seem like a weekend luxury -- and they definitely should be -- but we think you should be able to enjoy them during the week as well! Liesl Maggiore shares a great pancake recipe that's both delicious and healthy. Her best tip: make a big batch on the weekends and refrigerate the rest for a weekday breakfast. Just pop them in the toaster oven or microwave and voila!
This recipe has some serious WOW factor! If you like to start your day with over-the-top, sweet, ooey-gooey JOY...this is the dish for you! It combines all the flavors of a cinnamon bun with the light, fluffy texture of pancakes. But lets face it, that GLAZE is the real star of the show! We dare you not to try this one :)
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