Pumpkin almond butter muffins are a rich fall treat that’s surprisingly healthy. Sweetened with maple (or honey), these beautiful orange muffins are full of flavor. Add a few dark chocolate chips for a sweeter treat, or keep them simple for breakfast.
Oatmeal pancakes are the traditional food served for Old Norse New Year in Iceland. Celebrated on the Third Thursday in April, it marks the end of winter and the beginning of summer. One last breakfast crafted from leftover oat porridge to mark the transition from heavier foods into the light time of year.
Lemon and blueberry pair perfectly in all manner of baked goods, and they make some of the best scones. The buttery richness of the scone plays beautifully against the tart lemon and the bright blueberry flavor.
Bread pudding sounds like an old-fashioned dessert, and it’s little known on our modern tables. The truth is, it’s often still made, but goes by the name “baked french toast.” Essentially, bread pudding is all the ingredients for french toast baked into a casserole. The result is often quite sweet, but it doesn’t have to … Read more
Ålandspannkaka or Ålands Pannkaka means “pancake of Åland,” which is a group of islands off the Finnish coast. It’s less a pancake and more a baked custard made from cooked semolina or rice pudding, baked with flour, eggs and cardamom. The resulting pancake is eaten as a breakfast or mid-afternoon snack, often served with stewed prunes and jam.
Pönnukökur are crepe-like pancakes traditionally made in Iceland. They’re full of eggs, which makes them a hearty breakfast, especially when slathered with protein-rich Icelandic Skyr yogurt. Generally, though, Pönnukökur are served with jam or whipped cream which makes them a real sweet treat for breakfast or dessert.
Latkes are a breakfast staple in my house, but they’re rarely made with just potatoes. Sweet potato latkes are a particular favorite of my little ones, and I’m fond of zucchini latkes in the summertime.
Almond flour pancakes are completely grain free, paleo and keto. In taste and texture, they’re surprisingly like standard everyday pancakes, but they’ll stick with you to fuel your day.
Simple homemade scrambled eggs become an exotic treat when you dress them up with Lebanese style. Toasted pine nuts add a bit of crunch while savory lamb and spices give the food depth.
Three ingredient oatmeal raisin cookies are incredibly simple to make at home. With just oatmeal, raisins and banana they’re perfect for young bakers and tiny hands.