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This Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day and that means that time is running out to get one of McDonald’s famous shamrock shakes. Fortunately for you, todays secret recipe will show you how you can enjoy one of these delicious mint shakes at home. These yummy shakes combine the perfect balance of sweetness and cool mint flavor which makes them enjoyable any time of year.
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Delicious, crunchy and extremely easy to make - these are a healthier alternative than the boxed cereal and can be made at any time. This is a soy-free dish with lots of oat milk, seeds, raw sugar, cinnamon and low fat oils that the whole family will most definitely love. Just add a squeeze of agave nectar (if you want it really sweet), some more flax seeds, your favorite fruit and you're ready to enjoy a nice homemade breakfast. This meal also has a raw vegan and gluten-free alternative. (Regular CTC Cereal Recipe) 3/4 cup of White Whole Wheat 1/4 or 1/2 cup of Raw Sugar 1/8 tsp Turmeric 1/4 tsp Sea Salt 1 tbl Cinnamon 1/4 tsp Nutmeg 2 tbl Chia Seeds with cold water 3 squeezes Agave Nectar 1 tsp of Canola Oil Enough (gluten-free) Oat Milk to mix (Regular CTC Cereal Directions) Mix all of the dry ingredients together with a spoon first,then mix in the wet ingredients.
Along with my PB&J for the Masses - which I just made 80 sandwiches last week - another food I like to make in bulk and freeze for the school year is Homemade Eggo Waffles. I feel a lot better feeding my kids these in the mornings when we're running late than the store-bought cardboard versions. I don't think mine are particularly healthy, but at least I know what's going into them, and I know they taste much better! Just freeze them in between sheets of wax paper and you're sure to yell at least a little bit less on those hectic mornings.
Happy Valentine's Day to all of you! Whether you have a special somebody in your life, today is the day to celebrate all lovers out there. We don't do outrageous things on that day Mr.Tartelette and I, but we do get caught up in all the cutsie cards out there and exchange a couple over the course of the day. We live down the street from a Krispy Kreme and a Dunkin Donut (I love America!) and when we were driving home from taking mom to the airport yesterday, he turned to me and said "You know that Krispy Kreme came out with a heart donut for Thursday?" Me "Well, that's nice..."
In our opinion, all waffles are out-of-this-world, but especially these! They're so crispy and light and are ready in a snap. Makes: 22 (4-inch) waffles What You'll Need:
Breakfast Casserole – It’s not just for Breakfast! We always have it for dinner. :) And it could not be easier to make! That’s a good thing, because Breakfast Casserole is one of Kevin’s Most Requested Meals so I make it a lot. :p Wanna make it? Here’s what you’ll need:
June 23, 2008 | By Adam Roberts | 33 Comments I never liked pancakes growing up (the syrup made them too soggy, I preferred waffles) but I like them now mostly because they’re easy to whip up on a Sunday morning, especially if you have one of the following dairy items on hand: buttermilk (most preferable), regular milk (also preferable) or, as I learned today, sour cream and half and half (not preferable, but certainly good). Yes, to make pancakes you just mix a bunch of dry ingredients together (flour, sugar, baking powder, salt) and then a bunch of wet ingredients (milk or buttermilk or sour cream, eggs, melted butter), and then you add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients, heat some butter in a nonstick skillet and fry up the pancakes a few at a time. Only, as I discovered today, you can also add a mystery ingredient. Sometimes the mystery ingredient is chocolate chips, other times the mystery ingredient is coconut. Today the mystery ingredient was strawberries!
March 4, 2011 | By Adam Roberts | 38 Comments What if you wake up tomorrow morning, tomorrow being Saturday, and you find yourself craving something savory, but you have all the ingredients for making French Toast? Do you kowtow to your lazy, uninspired side and start heating the maple syrup, or do you allow inspiration to strike? Choose the latter path, the one less traveled by, and you will wind up with what I wound up with last week: French Toad-in-the-Hole ! Toad-in-the-Hole is, of course, that breakfast staple where you cut the hole out of a piece of bread, put it in a pan with butter and crack an egg into it.
February 14, 2011 | Print | E-mail | Filed under eggs When hubby and I were newly married, one of the first recipes I wanted to conquer was his mom’s basic dessert crepes, which he loved growing up and which he frequently requested whenever we had a lazy Saturday with time to make an extra special breakfast. Made with a crepe maker rather than in a pan, I was totally intimidated…but after a teaching session with my mother-in-law (and a few flops on my own), I eventually got the hang of it. We usually make them with assorted fruit fillings, but chocolate mousse or vanilla creme are other great dessert options…or, you can go the savory route and fill them with eggs, cheese, bacon, ham, bell pepper…whatever your heart desires.
Well, I told you earlier this week that when I made the Easy Homemade French Fries it was my first jump into the world of deep frying, and these doughnuts would be my second dip. I have lost all fear of frying and am now on a furious search for the next thing to throw into a vat of bubbling oil (that doesn’t sound as delicious we all know the results truly are). I’m thinking maybe some classic southern fried chicken? I’ll continue to think on it, but in the meantime let’s chat about these amazing doughnuts. Doughnuts are something I’ve had on my mind for pretty much as long as I can remember, and they were definitely on my original Top 100 list .
I have been going to the Long Grove Apple Haus for as long as I can remember. They make the absolute BEST apple donuts. Long Grove is a little shopping area with all kinds of cute shops. I never really went for the shopping though. I went for the food. We would always get donuts from the Apple Haus, soup and cheese samples from the General Store, fudge from the Long Grove Confectionary, popcorn from the Popcorn Shoppe and ice cream from the Peppermint Stick.
We don’t post breakfast recipes very often…probably because it’s the easiest meal to skip or run out of time to eat. My breakfast is usually a piece of fruit and/or coffee. However, I absolutely love breakfast. Pancakes, french toast and waffles are a carb lover’s dream! Hash browns too .