A decadent strawberry jam coffee cake that’s buttery, soft, and bursting with sweet strawberry flavor! Layers of tender cake, fresh strawberries, sweet jam, and crumbly streusel baked up into a beautifully golden loaf cake. Enjoy it for breakfast, dessert, or even an afternoon snack. Continue reading “Strawberry Jam Coffee Cake”
A simple baked blueberry french toast for any spring or summer brunch! It’s made with pieces of buttery brioche bread tossed in an egg & milk mixture flavored with lots of vanilla. Both blueberry jam and fresh blueberries give it such a sweet, delicious flavor. It’s baked until golden and then topped with freshly whipped cream and maple syrup. Continue reading “Baked Blueberry French Toast”
These chocolate ricotta pancakes are the easiest, yet most special Valentine’s Day breakfast. Soft & buttery, with crisp edges and a melt-in-your-mouth texture. They’ve got plenty of melted dark chocolate chunks throughout and are topped with an irresistible rose water infused whipped butter.
The tastiest bacon & egg salad on rye toast with plenty of fresh spring ingredients! Full of classic flavor, a creamy dressing, lots of herbs, and a rich bite from the crispy bacon. It comes together easily and is spooned on top of toasted rye bread with a little bit of watercress for some green. Whip this up as a breakfast, lunch, or serve it for any spring brunch! Continue reading “Bacon & Egg Salad on Rye Toast”
A really simple mushroom frittata with asiago & kale. It’s a hearty breakfast that’s full of flavor and extremely comforting…perfect for Thanksgiving morning or any weekend throughout the fall and winter. Full of caramelized mushrooms, shallots, garlic, lots of kale, buttery asiago cheese, and fresh parsley. Simple, satisfying, and a great option for serving a crowd! Continue reading “Mushroom Frittata with Asiago & Kale”
The most delightful weekend kind of breakfast: sour cream french toast with brown sugar peaches. Thick slices of brioche bread dipped into a rich vanilla egg mixture, cooked in hot butter until golden brown, and then baked until cooked through. The toast is topped with intoxicating caramelized brown sugar peaches (plus all of that peach-infused syrup) and a simple sour cream topping. Tangy, sweet, buttery, indulgent…this is one of those very special recipes that is worth every single bite. Continue reading “Sour Cream French Toast with Brown Sugar Peaches”
A savory brunch recipe that will hopefully become your new favorite: shakshuka with feta & avocado salad. Eggs poached right in a spicy red pepper tomato sauce and served with a fresh avocado salad full of feta cheese, greens olives, scallions, and lemon. It’s a bold, flavorful dish that’s beyond simple to make and extremely satisfying. Serve it all with some bread toasted in olive oil for the ultimate spring brunch feast! Continue reading “Shakshuka with Feta & Avocado Salad”
The quintessential Christmas morning breakfast: overnight cinnamon rolls with mascarpone icing. Decadent, buttery rolls filled with the sweetest brown sugar & cinnamon filling. They’re stored in the fridge overnight so that come Christmas morning, they’re ready to bake until golden brown and fluffy. Topped with a simple icing and made special with creamy mascarpone cheese. It’s the most comforting breakfast recipe that everyone will love…plus, your kitchen will smell absolutely amazing! Continue reading “Overnight Cinnamon Rolls with Mascarpone Icing”
What could be better as a weekend breakfast than a fall-inspired polenta breakfast platter with scrambled eggs, crispy bacon, melted apples, and wilted greens?! The polenta is full of cheddar cheese and each bite has flavors of sage and maple running throughout. It’s hearty and comforting, best served with a hot cup of coffee alongside on a very slow, relaxing crisp fall morning! Continue reading “Polenta Breakfast Platter with Melted Apples & Greens”
Keeping our weekend brunch sweet & exciting with this sourdough french toast. Thick pieces of sourdough bread soaked in a simple egg custard, cooked on a hot griddle in melted butter until golden, and topped with sweet ricotta & syrupy cherries. It’s a lazy day summer breakfast that is both seasonal & extremely comforting.