Inevitably, as the weather changes and the air cools, so do my cravings and my habits in the kitchen. Not only do I yearn for soups and stews, roasts and gravies; I also want to bake things! Now I've said this before, I am much better at cooking than I am at baking, primarily because … Continue reading Sorta Light Pumpkin Muffins
I first tasted German Eggs while staying at a B&B on Martha's Vineyard a few summers back, called the Outermost Inn. The Outermost is a magical place which literally sits on the outermost edge of the Vineyard, up-island as they say. The inn is owned and operated by Jeannie and Hugh Taylor. Hugh just happens to … Continue reading German Eggs
On a whim, I added cooked quinoa to this morning's batch of egg cups and I am so excited by the results I had to share! Not only does quinoa add protein along with numerous nutrients to the recipe, it also adds structure to the egg cup itself, preventing their inevitable flop once removed from the … Continue reading Egg Cups… Updated!
We're addicted in this family to having these tiny bundles of goodness on hand! So much so, that together my daughter Grace and I, created a new flavor combo so we could mix it up and add some variety to the daily grind! We are in LOVE with these new power bites and we think … Continue reading Power Bites, Take 2!
Back by popular demand... Chicken and Waffles! These tender, crunchy coated chicken strips rival any piece of southern fried chicken; and the best part is they're baked not fried! Stack them on top of a warm, buttermilk waffle drizzled with Sriracha-Maple syrup and you've got a dish that will quickly become your favorite "Breakfast for … Continue reading Chicken and Waffles
Another snow day, another strudel! Back by popular demand, my kids asked me to make these again if they had no school today. Alas, it is the first full day of Spring and it has already snowed 3 inches with several more forecasted!?! Their wish is my command... strudel it is!!! Ingredients: Makes 2 strudels, feeds … Continue reading Easy Breakfast Strudel
This preparation will make even the biggest grapefruit nay sayer a true believer! Ingredients: 1 ripe Ruby Red grapefruit 1/2 tsp sea salt 1/2 tsp brown sugar 2 tbsp of your favorite granola Directions: Halve and segment the grapefruit. Sprinkle each half with sea salt and brown sugar. Top with granola. Broil for 3 minutes keeping … Continue reading Thank Goodness for Grapefruit
Riding out another Nor'easter in the kitchen! Starting the morning off with a simple scone recipe. Let's see if the aroma awakens the sleeping children! Ingredients: Makes 8 scones 2 cups flour 1/3 cup sugar 1 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp salt 8 tbsp salted butter, frozen 1/2 cup raisins 1/2 … Continue reading Simple Snow Day Scones
Shakshuka is hot right now! Every time I scroll through IG, I see a pic of someone's Shakshuka and so, I felt it was imperative that I join in the fun! I followed no recipe, this is completely allllll mine!!! So feel free to put your own twist on it and make it yours too:) … Continue reading My First Shakshuka!
These muffins are healthy, filling and super tasty! And what's even better, they require only one kitchen tool; your blender or food processor. What's better than a quick, easy and "fit" breakfast option?! Thank you Dina, for passing the recipe along! Ingredients: 2 cups oats 2 very ripe bananas 2 large eggs 1 cup plain … Continue reading Banana Walnut Blender Muffins