Shakshuka is seriously one of the best culinary creations ever. Some call it “Eggs in Purgatory“, you can call it whatever you want — as long as you make it, and eat it, and hug yourself afterwards. What is Shakshuka (or Shakshouka)? It’s essentially eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce. Sounds simple enough, right? It’s…
Good morning. If you’ve tried ANY of the cinnamon roll recipes posted here, then you already know these are about to be insane as well. These satisfy all of my cravings — buttery, doughy, cinnamon’y, chocolatey, nutty, espresso’y, glaze’y…mmmmm. The one thing you should know about these in particular is that conceptually, they may sound a little…
It’s almost like eating a giant oatmeal cookie for breakfast — almost. You guys are going to love this recipe. It’s amazing, and sooo simple — it comes together very quickly. Oatmeal is a great foundation to add damn near anything you want, so you will find that this recipe is very adaptable. You can do whatever you want to it, and I promise it’ll be delicious. Add any combination of fruit you’d like, any nut you’d like (or not), use any kind of sweetener. The options are limitless, and the choice is yours.
I really like cute food. I eat with my eyes first, so if it’s cute, I’ll provide it with a barrage of awww’s while devouring it. This is one of those recipes you could totally make your own — that’s the whole idea, right? Due to the fact it’s been a deliciously fatty holiday (as it should be), I had some frozen puff pastry leftover and decided to throw some delicious eggy goodness in there and bake it pretty. If you don’t like mushrooms, you’re a weirdo — kidding! You can totally leave them out. You could swap out the expensive chanterelle’s for a more affordable button, shiitake, or portobello variety. You could use bacon instead of sausage, ANY kind of cheese you want — the possibilities are endless.
I made these waffles for my boyfriend on our anniversary, and I think it’s safe to say he isn’t going anywhere lol. They are absolutely divine. Grilled peaches adorn a tender, crisp, fluffy waffle, followed by a sweet blueberry maple syrup that just seals the deal. Sign yourself up!
Recently, I whipped up a delicious brunch that included this uh-may-zing quiche filled with smokey bacon, delicious gruyere cheese and a hint of sweetness from the shallots. Served it alongside a fresh green salad and lots of fruit — it was a pretty epic meal. If you’re a lover of quiche, you gotta give this recipe a try.
As promised, here’s the second chocolate-for-breakfast variation…waffles! Waffles are heavenly creations, with pockets for butter…and syrup. YAAAAS!
Who says you can’t have chocolate for breakfast? Whoever said that, they lied. We’re adults, so we’re going to eat whatever the hell we want for breakfast..hmph! I’ve got 2 chocolatey breakfast treats for you — stay tuned for the very next post.
Throw away all of your banana bread recipes, this one is a keeper.