Tagged: Breakfast

Breakfast

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Like A Cloud Recipe

These light and airy Clouds are heavenly.

Make these for breakfast, brunch or even a snack. These little gems are grain free, gluten free and low carb. But don’t let that fool you, they are delicious.

Serve them with a dollop of Jam, a drizzle of Honey or top them with fresh Fruit and a little Crème Fraiche.

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Pumpkin Bread

Fall is pumpkin season! This Bread is super moist and delicious.

My Pumpkin Bread is similar to the beloved banana bread but we are adding Pumpkin to give it a flair for the season. I used a canned Pumpkin but if you are ambitious, feel free to prepare a pie pumpkin and mash it to use in this recipe.

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Bruschetta Scrambled Eggs

All the flavors of Bruschetta in your breakfast Eggs!

So here in Minnesota it is nearing the end of October. Yes, Autumn can bring some chilly temperatures at night. Our local meteorologist was predicting frost at night and low temps nearing 28 degrees.

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Cinnamon Sugar Muffins

Nothing better than homemade Muffins for your next brunch or breakfast.

These are so easy to make and boy does the house smell good when these are baking.

Some cooks don’t like the look of Muffins in the paper cup. We are not all professional bakers and I think using the paper cups ensures your Muffins are coming out of the pan in one piece and the clean up is so much easier.

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Strawberry Almond Bread

It is Strawberry season! Bake up this Strawberry Almond Bread Recipe for breakfast, brunch, dessert or just to snack on.

Here in Minnesota June and July are Strawberry picking months. Families often have an outing to the Strawberry patch to pick their own berries but we also have many Farmers Markets available for fresh picked produce.

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Cook Bacon In The Oven

The best way to prepare Bacon is by cooking it in the oven.

If you have never cooked your Bacon in the oven, you will love this technique. Less mess, better texture to the Bacon Strips and easier clean up.

I know your first impulse is to reach for your skillet but, trust me, this is much easier.