Easy Broccoli Quiche

It has taken me years – years –  to get to a point where I consistently make the effort to eat breakfast. The morning meal and I have just never been bosom buds. In the mornings, I am not really that into cooking. I just to burn everything I tried to cook before noontime (fortunately,…

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Ultimate Cheddar Biscuits

Things change. People change. A friend said that to me years ago, and it’s incredibly true. We spend our lives growing and changing and adapting. Developing cooking skills is a lot like growing up. You start off uncertain and overcompensating and try to find your niche. It’s a lot of trial and error, often with…

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Delicious Pumpkin Pancakes Recipe

When I woke up Monday, I had but one thing on my mind: pumpkin pancakes. With leftover canned organic pumpkin puree from Trader Joe’s calling from my fridge, I knew I had to put it to use. What better way than a warm, fluffy pancake? With the pumpkin added and the accompanying spices, these delicious…

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Easy Spinach Frittata

For a few years now, I’ve had this fascination with frittatas. Convinced that they would be too thick, too dense, too eggy and so on, I swore I would never make one. Yet, I coveted every photo that my fellow food bloggers snapped of the interesting egg dish. Finally, in search of an easy breakfast…

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Recipe: Blueberry Oatmeal Cake

Who says that cake can’t be breakfast? This recipe for Blueberry Oatmeal Cake is a crowd-pleasing breakfast recipe. Cake? For breakfast? Sure, it sounds a little wacky but this breakfast cake is perfect for mornings. Just say yes, and whip up this easy Blueberry Oatmeal Cake. It’s a tender, moist cake dotted with juicy blueberries….

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Crepes Recipe

Thin, filling-ready crepes are easy to whip up with this easy crepes recipe. If you’ve ever had crepes from a street vendor in Paris, you’ll swoon for these. On Mother’s Day morning I decided to treat myself by making a special breakfast: crepes. I’ve never made them before so it really was a trial and…

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