Category Archives: breakfast
Mmm, I love smoothies. I love drinking them for breakfast, for a snack, or for a healthier dessert option. In fact, I think one of my best friend’s and I truly connected over drinking smoothies together. She and I had class together my first semester at BYU, it was a freshman English class. I hadn’t […]
This berry syrup was inspired by Aimee’s stuffed French toast post when she mentioned the Kodiak Cakes syrup she enjoyed from Costco. Craig and I had our oldest with his family here visiting, and decided it was the perfect time to make the stuffed French toast but we, alas, did not have the Kodiak Cakes […]
We have had kumquats almost coming out of our ears, each week in our CSA box we have received a lunch bag full of kumquats (that equates to about 40 kumquats a week). I have been looking for numerous recipes to use the kumquats in because although they have been a favorite of my mom’s, […]
I think I have mentioned it before, but I grew up with and still have a strong love for Pillsbury’s canned cinnamon rolls. We used to have them almost every Sunday morning for breakfast. The regular cinnamon rolls or the orange rolls are both great. And we also grew up having them for Christmas morning […]
This berry cream cheese stuffed french toast is a meal your whole family will love. Whether you are eating it for breakfast, brunch or having breakfast for dinner. Its made simple with just a few ingredients, though of course you could step up the game by adding some fresh berries to the mixture or to […]
These pumpkin oatmeal muffins are so moist, easy, and healthy. I made them as part of Craig and my dinner with a healthy salad and they were just the right pairing. I have always enjoyed a good bread or muffin with soup or a salad and still feel like I am eating a substantial and […]
**This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Post Pebbles, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #PostWalgreens http://cmp.ly/3/8vNxcO Mmm, I’ve said it before, I’ll say it now and I’m sure I’ll say it again. I love to snack. Now that I’m pregnant I can’t just count a […]
These almond oatmeal apple scones are divine. I would make them day after day and eat every single one if I could. They are filled with amazing goodness of oats and apples flavored with cardamon, cinnamon, nutmeg, and almond extract. I adore almond extract, the flavor is amazing and addicting. I discovered this sweet recipe […]
The sweet potato is a typical vegetable served during the fall and winter months. Perhaps you even grew up with it traditional at your Thanksgiving table; even smothered in marshmallows, brown sugar, and butter. That is probably the favorite presentation of sweet potatoes in the Garrett household my husband grew up in.
I have eaten a few different breakfast casseroles in my life. Some are filled with sausage, some have broccoli, some have who knows what else. All have been delicious. Well this weekend was a lazy weekend for us and I actually had time to make us breakfast or brunch. I have eaten lots of breakfast […]
Oh my, oh my, oh my – we loved these muffins and they only got tastier and better after a day.
The other day I pretty much whipped up three batches of pancakes. I made double the batter for my perfect pancakes and then I made some of them into banana pancakes (recipe coming soon) and some of them into these scrumptious peach pie pancakes. I was planning on these becoming peach cobbler pancakes. But then I […]
I love pancakes. Who doesn’t love pancakes? Right? They are great for breakfast and they are great when we have breakfast for dinner. I grew up and am used to always using a pancake mix like bisquick or krusteaz. And I’ll probably use those some times still. But when I want to take just a […]
Recipe Update: I, Aimee, made another of my mom’s delicious recipes. These crepes are so easy and so delicious! Plus, the great thing about crepes is you can top them with whatever you want. Crepes are so easy, I had forgotten – I had not made them for years. I have to admit my inspiration […]
If you are from Idaho, you spell potatoe with an e, if you are from anywhere else you drop the e. So I guess you can tell where I originate from. I never liked sweet potatoes growing up, I found them quite nasty tasting. My elementary school cafeteria would serve this plop of something that […]