caramel energy bites

3-Ingredient Breakfast Caramel Energy Bites

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caramel energy bites

I’ve made some seriously delicious things lately, but these 3-Ingredient Breakfast Caramel Energy Bites are still one of my favorite recipes. These little balls of goodness are just so perfectly snackable, portable, chewy and delicious. And on top of that they have only 3 ingredients, take 10 minutes to make, and are packed with healthy energy and filling fiber.  (more…)

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savory french toast

Savory French Toast with Corned Beef Hash

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A slow paced weekend breakfast is one of the things I look forward to the most during the week. We usually try to arrange our weekends so that one of the days is free from errands, chores, and events – to have one day just for us. And on those days we sleep in, make breakfast together, enjoy our lazy mornings, and spend time with the kitty cats.

savory french toast

On days like these we like to treat ourselves to a special breakfast. And special does not mean fussy, it just means it is something much more exciting than instant oatmeal or scrambled eggs. Lately I’ve been working on a Savory French Toast recipe, and it is starting to be come one of my favorite Sunday breakfasts. (more…)

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Tropical Oatmeal – Bring Your Best Bowl

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I have written before about how much I love oatmeal for my weekday breakfasts, so I wanted to share a wonderful oatmeal recipe I made with Quaker® Oats. This tropical version of my breakfast oatmeal has fresh mango and fragrant toasted coconut flakes, along with filling chia seeds and flavorful agave syrup. This combination of flavors is enough to wake me up in the morning, and the oatmeal and chia are enough to give me energy until lunch time. I think the tropical flavor combination speaks to me now because I miss hot weather, I miss the beach, and I miss all things mango and coconut flavored. This tropical oatmeal is so delicious that I decided to enter it in the national Bring Your Best Bowl sweepstakes from Quaker® Oats.

tropical oatmeal

The Bring Your Best Bowl sweepstakes is going on until March 12, 2016, and you can enter any oatmeal bowl recipe that contains 2-5 ingredients (other than the oatmeal and the milk). If I do my math right, there is pretty much an endless number of possible ingredient combinations (OK OK, so I didn’t really do any math) (more…)

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Best Overnight Oatmeal

The Best Overnight Oatmeal (Plus 10 Awesome Mix-In Ideas!)

Best Overnight Oatmeal

I’ve been eating overnight oatmeal since before it even became a ”thing” on the internet. It’s been my staple work-day breakfast for at least six years now, and here’s why:

  • It is deeeelicious.
  • It keeps me full longer than any other healthy breakfast.
  • It has an awesome texture – I really dislike the mushiness of cooked oatmeal.
  • It is SO easy to make! Less than 5 minutes of prep for several days of breakfast. Works for me!
  • It’s so easy to take with me to work, so I don’t have to spend time on breakfast at home. Extra sleep!
  • I can eat it cold, warm, or hot, depending on my mood for the day. Cold is actually my favorite, but some days I need a little something warm in the morning.
  • It is heart-healthy.
  • Fiber!! I am a big fan of fiber.
  • There are hundreds of combinations of mix-ins to keep me from getting tired of it.

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Russian Cheese Pancakes

Syrniki (Russian Cheese Pancakes)

Russian Cheese Pancakes

Syrniki (pronounced like SYR-nee-kee, where y in ”SYR” sounds like the i sound in ”bill”) are one of my all time favorite things to eat… Out of ALL THE FOOD in the world. I remember being excited every time my grandma or my mom made them, and sadly I just don’t think to make these regularly.  (more…)

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