Breakfast Casserole with Sundried Tomatoes and Spinach

When my kids were little I was that mom who used to put zucchini in their scrambled eggs. In fact, there were sweet potatoes in pancakes and shredded carrots in muffins. If I could find a way to sneak a vegetable into my kids mouths, I did it. Getting your kids to eat nutritious foods isn't always easy....sometimes you have to be a little bit sneaky! I came to discover that it is really pretty easy to find places to put vegetables, especially in a breakfast casserole like this one!There are a lot of breakfast casserole recipes out there on … [Read more...]

Pumpkin Crepes with Maple Creme and a Breakfast for Dinner Recipe Roundup

This pumpkin crepes recipe has been sponsored by but all opinions are my own.Do you ever get tired of hearing your family complain about what's for dinner? Ewww...why did you put beans in that? Why are we having fish AGAIN. What's this green stuff? My kids and husband are pretty good eaters but they always seem to have SOMETHING to say about dinner! Except on nights we do breakfast for dinner! Those  nights are always filled with plenty of YAYS and requests for seconds! Those are always good nights! Because I am a huge fan … [Read more...]

Whipped Blackberry Honey Butter Recipe

I am sadly reaching the end of my blackberry harvest. The hot temperatures and minimal rainfall have pretty much ended the berry production on my plants. I am happy to have harvested several good sized bowl fulls to put on cereal or just eat by the handful. I had a few handfuls left of the last batch and was looking for something creative to do with them. I decided to put together a whipped honey butter and incorporate the blackberries into it. Honey butter is a huge treat when I go to restaurants...I slather it on rolls and would lick the bowl … [Read more...]

Using Ziploc Bags for DIY Oatmeal Packets

I am compensated for the articles I write for SC Johnson but all opinions expressed here are my own.Have you ever gone to the grocery store and seen those boxes of instant oatmeal packets? Next time you are in the cereal isle, I encourage you to check them out. Look at the price compared to a large tub of plain oatmeal. Flip over the package and take a look at the ingredients. Do you know what all of those ingredients really are? Making your own homemade oatmeal packets is a great way to save money and eat healthier. I decided to put … [Read more...]

Chocolate Raspberry Kaiserschmarrn Make a Simple yet Elegant Breakfast Recipe

This breakfast recipe has been sponsored by Egglands Best Egg's but all opinions expressed are my own. The Eggland’s Best coupons, information, and two gift cards have been provided by Eggland’s Best.We are a household of serious breakfast eaters. Well, except my husband who seems to think that coffee is an acceptable breakfast all by itself. The rest of us, however, usually sit down to a very substantial breakfast that includes just about every food group in fairly large quantities. Eating a big breakfast is actually supposed to be a … [Read more...]

Lemon Blueberry Pancake Recipe with Greek Yogurt and Lemon Curd

Breakfast for dinner is always a very popular meal in my house and this lemon blueberry pancake recipe was a huge hit. Making pancakes from scratch is incredibly easy. Don't get me wrong...I resort to prepackaged baking mix every once in a while but I much prefer to make them without it. This homemade pancake recipe is loaded with fresh ingredients.  The combination of lemon and blueberries is delicious and takes only a few minutes to put together.Why Make Homemade Pancakes? So, why should you make homemade pancakes rather than use … [Read more...]

Sweet Potato Pancakes with Cinnamon Honey Butter

Somehow, this sweet potato pancakes recipe from 3 years ago  got lost in cyperspace. Since it is a very popular breakfast recipe, I wanted to recreate it for you. They are delicious and a great way to use up leftover sweet potatoes!Sweet potatoes are very popular here in Georgia and a crop I have actually had decent success growing in my garden. Of course, when you grow sweet potatoes in the garden, you are left with so many sweet potatoes you have no idea what to do with them all! Pan fried, oven roasted, mashed and turned into fries. … [Read more...]

Need Apple Recipes? Try this German Apple Pancake!

This apple recipes post was inspired by a product I received at no charge to review but all opinions expressed are my own.Fall is finally here and with it comes my favorite food: APPLES! I grew up in New England so I am very picky about my apples...I don't want them mealy or overly sweet. I want a nice, juicy McIntosh that is crisp and just a tad bit sweet. Since we are heading into peak apple season I have been browsing through apple recipes on the Internet. I am starting to see locally grown apples in my grocery store and while they … [Read more...]

Healthy Breakfast Recipe: Acai Infused Quinoa Breakfast Cereal #momsmeet #spon

This healthy breakfast recipe was made possible by a review sample from Sambazon and Mom's Meet. All opinions are my own.A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I went out to brunch and had the most delicious creation we have ever tasted. It was a blueberry infused quinoa that was served with fruit, nuts, granola and a ton of other fresh and healthy ingredients. When I got the chance to try Sambazon Acai juices I thought I would try to recreate something similar for my own family. My kids get bored with cereal very quickly so I always have my … [Read more...]

Cereal Crusted French Toast #Recipe with Fruit Compote

One of my family's favorite dinners is actually breakfast! We do eggs quite a bit for dinner, sometimes as an omelette and others as french toast or a quiche. Eggs are an incredibly versatile food and offer plenty of protein as well. Sometimes eggs get a bad rap for being high in cholesterol but as long as you are healthy and eat a balanced diet a few eggs every week are not going to hurt you. In fact, skipping the steak and choosing eggs as your protein source is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint. We get most of our eggs from local … [Read more...]