Posts Tagged ‘ breakfast ’

  • Muffins are one of my favorite things.  I love making different kinds, and having them in the freezer at all times.  My 7-year-old is also a big fan of them.  I have nothing short of 20 recipes for different muffins on my site, Dinners, Dishes and Desserts.  I like to bake them, eat a couple for breakfast that day, then put them in a freezer storage bag to store in the freezer.  Then, on busy mornings, [...]

  • What’s for breakfast or brunch? Pioneers in Missouri and Kansas used sweet potato plants to help break up the prairie soil in their gardens. This recipe uses the same tuber to break up the monotony of ho-hum pancakes. With a boost of color and Vitamins A and C from sweet potatoes, these waffles are delicious any time of year. Topped with a dollop of fluffy orange butter, the waffles don’t really need syrup. But go [...]

  • I absolutely adore oatmeal. It’s delicious and creamy, hearty and satisfying. It’s also amazingly good for you: with 130-150 calories, 5g fiber and 5g protein for 1/2 a cup (dried), which makes up to 2 cups of cooked oatmeal. It’s the perfect healthy breakfast, and I literally eat it almost every day. There are so many ways you can dress up oatmeal – it really is a great base for all kinds of toppings: nuts [...]

  • Baked Cherry Almond Oatmeal (courtesy of Quaker Oats) Yes, I know that a bowl of cereal or a couple of frozen waffles do not a healthy breakfast make. But trying to get 2 kids and myself up, dressed, fed and out the door by 7:15, with all the right stuff in all the right hands … (Speaking of hands, do you have your gloves? Yes you have to wear them, it’s freezing outside! And don’t forget your lunch!) [...]

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