This breakfast casserole features all the components of a breakfast sandwich – like sausage, eggs, biscuits, and even some kale for good measure – all baked up in one pan. Serving breakfast to a crowd has never been easier! I woke up this morning to a fresh blanket of snow covering the ground. In November? […]
These lightly sweetened, whole-wheat breakfast cookies are full of texture and flavor from grated carrot, raisins, pumpkin seeds, and coconut. Over the summer I went to a blogging conference that included our hotel room – complete with surprise roommate. I mean, I knew I would have a roommate, I just didn’t know exactly who it […]
Pear and Almond Crumble, seasoned with a pinch a cardamom, is a unique and delicious alternative to apple crisp. With a dollop of yogurt, it’s perfect for breakfast; with vanilla bean ice cream, it makes a wonderful dessert. It’s been years and years since I’ve had a crumble or crisp, but once I got the […]
The peaches this summer have been amazing. From eating them out of hand as a snack to grilling them and putting them on top of salad, I can’t get enough! Unfortunately, sometimes I go overboard and buy way more than I can possibly eat. I had a few that were starting to get a little too soft and bruised, so I decided to roast them and bake them into muffins crowned with crispy cinnamon streusel. They taste like everything good about summer, all baked up into a neat little package.
And they just might be the best muffins I’ve ever made.
This week, #SundaySupper has a breakfast for dinner theme – one of my favorites so far – but since I posted a waffle recipe a few weeks ago, I wanted to make something more on the savory side. These tarts, with their tangle of roasted red peppers and onions and sunny-looking egg, caught my eye as I was flipping through my copy of Jerusalem: The Cookbook and I knew they’d be perfect!