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Buttermilk Bread Pudding

Buttermilk Bread Pudding

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast, Desserts & Sweets

Homemade bread can go stale real quick. Don't waste it! This bread pudding is made from leftover Irish soda bread from St. Patrick's Day Dinner. It was also a great way to use up the buttermilk that was purchased to make the bread earlier in the week.

Quinoa and a Fried Egg with Salsa

Quinoa and a Fried Egg with Salsa

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Make your quinoa ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator then this simple breakfast will go together in a snap with one fried egg and garnish with cilantro, spring onion, yellow pepper and salsa.

Poached Egg w/ Crispy Potatoes & Arugula

Poached Egg w/ Crispy Potatoes & Arugula

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Start your day out right with a fresh poached egg and crispy breakfast potatoes with arugula, then top it with a sprinkling of your favorite spicy hot sauce and green onion.

Egg and Potato Make Ahead Breakfast Bowls

Egg and Potato Make Ahead Breakfast Bowls

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Next time you cook breakfast, make some extra so you have left overs and store in freezer safe bowls for quick reheat and eat during the week. Today I made my favorite breakfast, taters with onion and pepper and scrambled eggs. Add a dash of hot sauce... yum!

Almond Joy Oat Bran

Almond Joy Oat Bran

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Who says you can't have candy for breakfast? Dark chocolate chips over 60% cocoa, raw almonds and unsweetened coconut, this almond joy oat bran recipe will get your morning started off just right. 

Ricotta French Toast with Vanilla Maple Syrup

Ricotta French Toast with Vanilla Maple Syrup

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

I love to make french toast on weekends. The maple syrup is heated with a little butter and a splash of vanilla and warmed then poured over fresh ricoatta french toast. The start of a great day!

Blueberry Almond Quinoa for Breakfast

Blueberry Almond Quinoa for Breakfast

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

This scrumptious breakfast will get your day started right. Quinoa is a complete protein offering all essential amino acids, a healthy fat and vitamin E from the almonds, anti-inflammatory cinnamon and half a cup of blueberries to help keep you regular. Blueberry Almond Quinoa for Breakfast.

Simple Bluberry Oat Pancakes w/ Almond Butter

Simple Bluberry Oat Pancakes w/ Almond Butter

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Pancakes for breakfast may seem like a high calorie treat but this recipe for blueberry pancakes made with oats, blueberries and almond butter, are nutritional and will keep you going all morning long.

Healthy Egg & Cheese Breakfast Sandwich

Healthy Egg & Cheese Breakfast Sandwich

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast, Sandwiches & Wraps

On my quest to eat strictly Mediteranean style, I whipped up this egg and cheese breakfast sandwich with yellow pepper, red onion and sautéed spinach then topped it with a slice of Sargento cheddar cheese.

Raw Applesauce with Cinnamon and Oatmeal Breakfast

Raw Applesauce with Cinnamon and Oatmeal Breakfast

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Delicious, healty and easy to make, get your morning started right with this recipe for raw applesauce with cinnamon and oatmeal. Add a spoon full of wheat germ and flax to amp up the nutrition, then wash it down with a glass of apple juice, a product of the recipe.

Oat Granola - Cranberries, Tahini, Pepitas & Honey

Oat Granola - Cranberries, Tahini, Pepitas & Honey

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Homemade granola goes together quickly and you can toss in almost anything you like. This recipe uses whole oats, honey, tahini, cinnamon, dried coconut flakes, dried cranberries and roasted pepitas.

Simple Sunny Poached Egg Over Quinoa

Simple Sunny Poached Egg Over Quinoa

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

If you make your quinoa ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator then this simple breakfast will go together in a snap with one poached egg and garnish with green onion and a splash of hot sauce.

Overnight Oats 4 Ways

Overnight Oats 4 Ways

Posted in Recipes, Breakfast

Overnight oats 4 different ways. These whip up pretty quick. You just put the ingredients in a bowl, stir them up, then throw them in the refrigerator overnight and they are ready to eat in the morning. 

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