Baked Oatmeal that will easily feed the whole family all at once. This delicious casserole is not only quick and convenient, but healthy too. You will be off to a great start!
Hey there! I hope you’re enjoying the last day of the long holiday weekend today. We have had the most wonderful weather so far. And by wonderful I mean hot, humid and sunny.
On Saturday, we braved the MN State Fair and tried everything on a stick you can possibly imagine. You’d think that since I am into everything baked and sweet, my favorite thing to eat at the fair would be a yummy treat, but it ain’t so. The one thing I look forward to the most are the pork chops on a stick. I am fully aware how that must sound, especially coming from me, but they simply can’t be beat. The smell of the chops grilling away, the special seasoning, and the way that they’re always cooked to perfection… it’s a carnivore’s dream, really.
So let’s move on to the complete opposite. Healthy breakfasts.
Oatmeal, peanut butter and chocolate (I promise this is good for you). The three main ingredients that make this breakfast bake something that your family will request over and over again. Because it secretly feels like you’re eating dessert first thing in the morning. And who doesn’t love that feeling? Continue reading →
Homemade Granola made healthy with Coconut Oil, sweetened with Honey, and tossed with Almonds. Get your day off to a great start with this breakfast favorite.
I never thought that I could become obsessed with granola. Not only am I not a breakfast girl (though I’m slowly turning into one), but I especially don’t understand the obsession with cereal. Now cereal makes a great snack if eaten dry, but the addition of milk that turns it into a soft and soggy mess… no, thank you.
That’s exactly where granola comes into play.
Whether I pour milk into my bowl of granola, add it to yogurt, or swirl into my oatmeal, this clustery granola maintains its crunch and overall loveliness. It also makes for a great snack any time of day! Love the versatility. Continue reading →
Breakfast Bars that are packed with nutrition and good-for-you ingredients. Plus, they taste amazing and are super family-friendly.
You know you’ve had a good week when two posts in a row involve a lovely glaze. A simple sweet glaze is the best way to finish off a rather indulgent dessert (see Wednesday’s post) or to dress up a healthy breakfast bar. Not that you absolutely need to add the glaze… unless you’re anything like me, in which case a glaze becomes a necessity. Sugar is life.
Speaking of which. In today’s recipe you’ll find only natural sugars (minus the glaze), but you would never know hadn’t I told you. If these bars aren’t prove that healthy food is utterly delicious and just as satisfying as other alternatives, then I don’t know what is.
Gone are the days of a bowl of cereal or peanut butter toast for breakfast. Once you enjoy a Peaches and Mango Breakfast Bar it will be hard to go back to your old staples. The feeling of having dessert for breakfast is an absolute thrill. It sets me up for a fabulous start to my day every time.
Super moist and fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes trying to imitate Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies. And it’s working!
Happy Friday, friends! Today we’re returning to one of my very favorite topics – breakfast. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of talking about how my relationship with breakfast has changed since starting this blog. Whether healthy and energizing or straight up indulgent, after almost 2 years, I seriously love it all.
So what’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word breakfast? Pancakes is always the first thing that pops into my head. Seven years ago when Adam and I were newly married, I had absolutely no idea how to cook a meal yet alone bake cookies. The day I mastered pancakes with the help of Bisquick was a wonderful one.
We probably had pancakes several times a week for quite a while. And it certainly didn’t matter if it was breakfast, lunch, or dinner time. It still doesn’t. Both of us love breakfast foods for any given meal, especially pancakes. But we’ve since graduated from the prepared mix and moved on to truly homemade ones, which is the best kind one can enjoy.
I mean, Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Pancakes!!! How can you not want these all day long?! Continue reading →
Dark Chocolate and Raspberries are starring in this make-ahead French Toast Casserole. Finished with a Homemade Raspberry Syrup. Can you say yum?
Hello Everyone! Oh breakfast, how I adore you. Especially when you’re ready to be put into the oven in the morning and all I have to do is wait, relax on our couch, and sip on a cup of tea. Theee best!
I have made this casserole countless times. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you might remember this Overnight Blueberry French Toast Casserole that I posted over a year ago. It’s been by far one of my most popular recipes I’ve posted and I constantly receive new comments and emails telling me how much you love it too, which makes me happier than you can imagine.
I also receive plenty of questions regarding this recipe, so I thought I’d make it again, pay close attention to exactly how I prepare it, and share some more info with all of you.
At least that’s my excuse for whipping up this beloved casserole once again. I really have been dying to make a Dark Chocolate Raspberry version for quite some time. Continue reading →