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Austrian pancake

Austrian Pancake “Kaiserschmarren”

In the heart of the Austrian Alps, a culinary masterpiece was born – the Kaiserchmarren. Legend has it that this fluffy and indulgent pancake dish was first created for Emperor Franz Joseph I in the late 19th century. The name “Kaiser” itself pays homage to the imperial connection, as “Kaiser” translates to “emperor” in German. […]

Spinach And Feta Frittata

Spinach And Feta Frittata

If you’re looking for a delicious and nutritious brunch option, look no further than this effortless spinach and feta frittata. A frittata, for those unfamiliar, is an Italian-style dish that falls somewhere between an omelet and a quiche. While an omelet is typically folded over its fillings and cooked quickly, and a quiche features a […]

fruit and nut breakfast bars

No-Bake Fruit And Nut Breakfast Bars

Rise and shine to the goodness of whole grain fruit and nut breakfast bars, a delicious energy booster, that’s both wholesome and incredibly easy to prepare. These no-bake, dairy-free bars are a treasure trove of natural goodness, combining various, readily available nutritious ingredients for a breakfast bar that fuels your day. Dried apricots, cherries, golden […]

apple turnovers

Apple Turnovers (Chaussons aux Pommes)

An apple turnover is a classic pastry that has been enjoyed for centuries. And I get it, what’s not to love? These beloved sweet treats are a favorite among many, due to their flaky, buttery crust and sweet, spiced apple filling. But where did these delectable pastries come from, and when is the best time […]

buttermilk oatmeal

Buttermilk Oatmeal With Spiced Pecans

As the air turns crisper and leaves paint the world in warm hues, it’s time to embrace the comfort of a hearty fall breakfast. Enter creamy buttermilk oatmeal with dried apricots and spiced pecans– a dish that epitomizes the essence of cozy autumn mornings. Whole grain oatmeal, the star of this recipe, is a powerhouse […]

Israeli breakfast

Israeli Breakfast

Indulge in the vibrant and flavorful Israeli breakfast, a delightful spread that combines a variety of ingredients for a satisfying start to the day. An Israeli-style breakfast has become immensely popular both in Israel and around the world, known for its freshness, simplicity, and bold flavors that blend harmoniously together on one plate. At the […]

Brussels sprout frittata

Brussels Sprout And Feta Frittata

A shredded Brussels sprout and feta frittata may seem fancy and complicated, but the truth is, it’s not. It’s also the perfect dish for mom if breakfast in bed is on the menu for Mother’s Day. For those unfamiliar, a frittata is an Italian open-faced omelet, often made in a cast iron pan, featuring a […]

coconut raspberry chia pudding

Coconut Raspberry Chia Pudding

Chia pudding has been an Instagram favorite for years now with no signs of slowing down, and I get why. The luster of the presentation is intoxicating. Beautiful works of art, served in overflowing, handmade earthenware, or in adorable petite glass jars, all highlighting those gorgeous gray chia seeds. Seriously, what’s not to love? I’m […]

potato waffle

Savory Potato Waffles With Smoked Salmon

This is my latest and greatest obsession; savory shredded potato waffles topped with sour cream, smoked salmon, and scallions. As if breakfast could not get any better, or truthfully, more effortless. I’m talking, about crispy, buttery potatoes, made in minutes in a standard waffle maker, garnished like a baked potato, with sour cream and green […]

vegan chocolate croissants

Vegan Chocolate Croissants

I doubted this was even possible, but boy, was I pleased with the outcome. Vegan chocolate croissants, made with homemade, dairy-free puff pasty. Yes, you read that correctly, these are vegan. This recipe is for my remarkable niece Maddie who loves sweets but must navigate, the often challenging, world of food allergies. Traditional Puff Pastry […]

donut bundt cake

Glazed Donut Bundt Cake

In case it’s not clear from the title, yes, this is a giant glazed donut cake. Seriously, I almost don’t need to say anymore. This Bundt cake is outrageously good and if you are a donut fan, think no more, skip this post, and just begin making it right now. The History of Old Fashioned […]

chocolate babka

Chocolate Babka

Babka, (Yiddish for “little grandmother”), is one of the most iconic Jewish sweets there are. Considered part bread, part cake, babka is traditionally baked in a loaf pan, but can also be braided into a wreath shape (called a krantz). The secret to making a great babka is making sure there are lots of sugary twists, […]

apple cider crullers

Apple Cider Crullers With Cinnamon Glaze

I love Fall. And with the exception of the holiday decorations coming out at way too fast of a clip, I enjoy all aspects of it. But personally, I think the pumpkin craziness gets a bit more glory than it deserves. Don’t get me wrong, I love a great pumpkin cookie, pumpkin muffins are my […]

mochi waffles

Mochi Chocolate Chip Waffles

Swoon-worthy chocolate chip mochi waffles, as if breakfast couldn’t get any better. The main ingredient in these waffles is a sweet rice flour known as Mochiko, and this is what creates the amazing chewy texture mochi is known for. The other ingredients used in this waffle batter are similar to other standard waffle recipes such […]

blueberry papaya smoothie bowl

Blueberry Papaya Smoothie Bowl

I remember when smoothie bowls became a thing. And I’ll admit it, I didn’t fully get them at first, but now I do. Smoothie bowls are often confused with açaí bowls, but they are not the same they are completely different in origin. And to clarify, traditional smoothies, made of pureed fruit mixtures (the ones […]

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