These cornmeal and spelt flour pancakes pair perfectly with the distinct tartness of rhubarb whipped cream. It’s a bit hipster, and a bit elegant. If you’re craving something different for brunch, give these pancakes a try.
A honey tahini smoothie is a nutritious and tasty breakfast! Tahini packs in a burst of flavor and a punch of nutrients, vitamins and protein. This honey tahini smoothie is simple to make with only 5 ingredients.
This refreshing fruit plate is a dream to wake up to: slices of blood oranges topped with pistachio, drizzled with honey, and served on yogurt. Have this for a quick and healthy breakfast!
For a hearty start to the day, try a Chorizo Toastie. It takes an extra five minutes to change a simple humble sandwich into something that’s warm, crispy and packed with flavor and aromas. It’s great for a brunch sit down, or even for a quick grab ‘n go breakfast on a weekday morning.
Croissant Bread Pudding with Almond Butter Drizzle is decadent, simple, and a real crowd pleaser for breakfast and brunch! By using croissants as starting blocks, reducing the sugar from traditional bread puddings, and topping it with almond butter, this “dessert” has been repurposed to a delicious breakfast and brunch dish!
These Individual Baked Duck Eggs with Quinoa are quick and healthy, and best of all, they can be either a delicious main or as an addition for any brunch! The recipe scales well so that you can even feed a crowd by simply doubling, tripling, or even quadrupling the ingredients!
This fast and easy donut recipe is unusual because it’s a mochi donut and it’s made with sticky rice flour. With this mochi donut recipe, you get the freshness of a donut, the chewiness of mochi and the alluring taste of matcha green tea. Mochi donuts are yeast free and gluten free and use matcha powder.
These whipped yogurt parfaits are extremely light and creamy, like those thin clouds that streak across the horizon on a windy day. The yogurt is simply delightful, and the warming spices give it bit of character and oomph without the artificialness you would get in an off-the-shelf flavored yogurt.
This Welsh rarebit recipe is always a brunch favorite. Cheese on toast is hard to beat for a quick and delicious meal that will feed the entire family. This recipe is easy to make, and it uses widely available ingredients. While this simple recipe calls for stout to make it more in line with a…
This homemade dog treat recipe is easy to make. Your dog will love these Peanut Butter Dog Donut Treats with Carob Icing. These dog donuts contain all natural ingredients, so they are a perfect gourmet treat for your furry friend.
These Berry White Chocolate Muffins have everything to make them muffin winners – a perfect little dome, soft and buttery texture, sweetness (but not too sweet) from the fruit and chocolate chips, and a nice crunch on the coveted muffin top! Give them a try and you’ll love them. It’s super easy to double the recipe so you…
This Healthy Coffee Cake uses whole wheat and spelt flours. There is a generous crumb topping on top, and a layer of cinnamon chocolate swirl in the middle. It’s delicious served served as is, but grilling it and adding a touch of salted butter gives it a savory edge.
This Apple Peanut Butter Smoothie takes an all-time favorite snack and turns it into a grab ‘n go breakfast! It’s delicious, super easy to make, and will give you a great start to the morning! It’s also a great afternoon pick-me-up, or a perfect snack to have before hitting the gym.
Feeling hungry this morning? This Pulled Pork Omelette will definitely satisfy a growling stomach! It’s a great brunch option if you have to feed a crowd, or when you are just looking to use up some leftover pulled pork.
A sweet and savory individual breakfast pizza by guest blogger Maya, from Treats and Eats blog.
Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns! Any takers? I’ve got a hot tray full of them and looking to share. Time to stuff your faces with these little buttery spice pillows. There are many stories, myths and traditions surrounding hot cross buns and I could did spend an entire day reading about them. Here are…
I like to play pretend a lot. It’s one of those childhood habits that I never fully grew out of. In our household, it translates into me treating the kitchen and dining table as an actual cafe, even when it’s just the two of us at home. We’ve affectionately called it Cafe Lilo, and it’s a cafe that’s…
If I had to verbally read you this post title, my stomach would tighten and my vocal chords would tense. How would I pronounce it to you? Juliet Lapidos nails my fear in her article How to order a croissant: If you attempt the proper French pronunciation, krwa-san, and succeed, you’ll seem snobby. If you trip over the…