Want to perk up breakfast time with an amazingly tasty and nutritious brain food? Well, I am not sure about being brain food, though I could use some. I do know this recipe for granola is delicious, less expensive than many store bought versions and it is easy to make at home. Continue Reading
Oh, my. Look at those thick slices of French Toast. Dusted with confectioners’ sugar and served with maple syrup and fruit. It is like eating dessert for breakfast! French Toast, also also known by such names as eggy bread, German toast, gypsy toast and poor knights bread, as well as others, is made of bread, usually day-old, soaked in milk, then in beaten eggs and then fried until golden brown.Continue Reading
Cherry or blueberry fruit bars are easy and quick to prepare, bake in a sheet pan and are so pretty and appealing. Perfect for breakfast and dessert. I first saw a recipe for fruit bars on Taste of home and then on my friend, Sandi’s blog, Wayside Treasures. My son-in-law’s mom makes something similar. So, I made it for a special dinner with our family.
Baked Cider Doughnuts are delicious and a great alternative to fried versions without giving up flavor. Made with apple butter, cinnamon and maple syrup then rolled in more cinnamon sugar, they are a fall food favorite.Continue Reading
Spelling was never my strength and debate remains as to how to spell these circular wonders of dough with the hole in the center. Spell them as you please, there is no debate in our home about enjoying homemade, baked donuts. The only decision is whether to choose frosted, rolled in cinnamon sugar, confectioners sugar or a perfectly plain doughnut.