Plan a Father’s Day Breakfast to let Dad know how special he is!
Breakfast in bed isn’t just for Mother’s Day! Why not let your kids plan and create a special breakfast for Dad this Father’s Day? We’ve got tons of great breakfast ideas to choose from. These recipes are easy for kids to make and will taste great too!Continue reading
I have to say I have always been in love with crepes. I think they are amazing. I believe that people do not realize how simple crepes are. These is a recipe that I whip up. I hope you enjoy these homemade crepes and they become a family favorite of yours.
1 cup of milk (We use rice milk and coconut milk to change it up every now and then)
1/4 teaspoon of salt
some butter for the pan
1 cup of flour
1 cup of water
Add the cup of flour in a bowl
Add two eggs to the flour
Blend the eggs with the flour
add 1/4 teaspoon of salt
Add one cup of milk
I add water in depending on how thin I want the crepes so see how the first one comes out then add a Tablespoon at a time.
Stir the ingredients together.
Put the pan on a medium heat and place in some butter to coat the pan.
Place a thin layer of the mix in the pan of then wait for it to bubble. Once it bubbles flip it over. Then you can fill you the crepe with a crepe filling the image is of our blackberry one.
Then roll them. I secured mine with a tooth pick to make it look perfect.
I mean doesn’t this just look so fancy that you can’t believe that you made them. They look amazing but they are so easy to make!
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When I made this, I was delighted that I was able to give everyone a hot protein filled healthy breakfast that they enjoyed! The greens are a natural source of energy, the protein will help keep blood sugar level and the vegetables are excellent sources of vitamins.
Summer is upon us. The days of the hot sun pounding on your cheek as you pick berries that are filled with sunshine and love. You buy baskets and baskets of them, and then you seek and seek for a recipe that elevates their flavors. You find a method that captures every memory you have. You decide on a crepe, and then you know that a crepe filling recipes can change the entire meal.
You want to make a breakfast or a brunch that says summer. The recipe that will make you the chef you resemble in your dreams and this is an easy one that will do just that.
You can use this Healthy Breakfast recipe Berry Spread as well as a crepe filling recipes. The ingredients for this tasty filling is natural to make, and it tastes great in a pancake on a bagel or layered on toast. The ingredients you will need are:
1 cup of blackberries
1/3 cup of sugar
Place the cream cheese in a bowl and add 1/2 cup of sugar.
Then add in your cup of blackberries. I would place this in the microwave before you blend them.
Then blend the three items. I do so with a spoon I didn’t see a reason to take out my mixer.
This crepe recipe is a cream cheese recipe that can be used as a Crepe Filling Recipe or as a stand-alone spread. You can also freeze this. It is easy and tasty, and it makes every party fancier.
Also, check out How to Make Simple Crepes
I love this to make my crepes
If you are looking for other recipes with cream cheese
Cream Cheese Pasta Bake
Cream Cheese Spaghetti Bake
No matter what you chose to fill a crepe with it can be fruit like lemons, blackberries, strawberries. You can also make them sweeter with Nutella or chocolate chips. There is even crepe filling recipes with savory foods like cheese and ham. I know my favorite is brie, ham, and raspberry jam it makes for an excellent lunch. I have even had crepes filled with lamb and those filled with dark chocolate and bananas. I will tell you that pancakes are easy to make and they freeze well. They are a great addition to your recipe box and enjoyable for every meal of the day.
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I have three kids and I feel like we can barely make it through breakfast without we had this… I decided it was time to change it up. You know the real issue is time in the morning. I play zone defense with three kids and it really is an uphill battle. I came up with these kid cereal and oatmeal recipes. I decided I would share them since you may also have these issues. The breakfast boredom.
These are the ingredients:
Olive oil cooking spray
5 cups of rolled oats
1 tsp of cinnamon
1 cup of apple sauce
3 tbs of honey
1 tsp of vanilla extract
1/2 cup of dried apricots
1/2 cup of cranberries flavored with blueberry or blueberries
1/4 cup of cranberries flavored with cherry or just cranberries
1/2 cup of almonds these are optional and I didn’t add them due to a nut allergy
Add 5 cups of Oatmeal to your bowl
Add one tsp of cinnamon to the oatmeal
Then add 3 eggs to the mixture you can do 3 egg whites and one full egg but I didn’t
Then pour in 1 cup of oatmeal. I did original but you can do the unsweet version.
Pour in 3 tablespoons of honey.. I just pour a lot in.
Then add in your vanilla. By the way these smell divine!
Combine your ingredients. Then you will add in your fruit
‘You can also use dried blueberries. In fact any dried fruits will do!
And some more fruit!
Grease your dish so you can gets these out easily.
Place these in the glass dish and bake it for 40 minutes at 350 degrees.
These are gluten free and they are so amazing. I love preparing them for breakfast and for snacks. You can also freeze these for a later date. They are amazing and tasty.
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I am always looking for ways to save money and use up things I have in my house to make dinner. I knew last night that today was going to be a long day and I would not want to trying to figure out what I could make for dinner . I figured I would plan ahead and took a look around my kitchen. I found I had 2 loaves of bread that were a few days old but not moldy. I hate throwing away food so I decided French Toast was in order. We are in the middle of a near winter freeze and the stove being on would help to add warmth to the house. However, I knew I would not want to be standing over the stove making 2 loaves of French Toast. I have a teenage son so yes I would need almost all of that. I decided to whip up a French Toast Bake and have it ready to throw in the oven today. It smelled so great it filled up the whole house and no one was complaining about the extra heat with the temperatures dropping to -35 tonight.
This Oven Baked French Toast Recipe is very easy to make and takes no time at all to whip up. My kids love to help with everything but their favorite part is tearing the bread up for the base of the Oven Baked French Toast. Continue reading