Category Archives: Breakfasts

Candy Corn Scones

Candy Corn Scones

Whether you love ‘em or hate ‘em, candy corn is a fixture of the candy aisle during the Halloween season. I happen to fall on the “pro candy corn” side of the issue and enjoy both snacking on them and including them in seasonal treats. If you’re a candy corn fan, too, this recipe for Candy Corn Scones offers up an unusual way to get ... Read More »

Pumpkin Butter Pull Apart Bread

Pumpkin Butter Pull Apart Bread

Pumpkin butter is a velvety smooth fruit butter that is a staple in my kitchen in the fall. It is a great addition to english muffins or biscuits for breakfast, and I’ve been known to add a spoonful to ice cream, as well. Pumpkin butter combines with biscuits in this ultra-easy brunch recipe recipe to make Pumpkin Butter Pull Apart Bread. This bread was an ... Read More »

No Knead Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Bun Bread

Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Bun Bread

Everyone knows that pumpkin spice is the official flavor of fall. And while it can seem like everything is pumpkin pie spiced at this time of year, some of those treats are much better than others (as in all things. This Pumpkin Spice Cinnamon Bun Bread is definitely in the “better than others” category. This no-knead yeasted coffee cake uses pumpkin pie spice in the ... Read More »

Buttermilk Coconut Waffles

Buttermilk Coconut Waffles

If you have a good waffle iron, waffles are a surprisingly easy way to start your day. Like pancakes, the batter for this recipe can be mixed up in just a couple of minutes. Unlike pancakes, however, there is no need to stand over the stove because the iron does all the work for you while you do other morning tasks, such as brewing up ... Read More »

Espresso Bear Claws with Chocolate Chips

Easy Espresso Bear Claws with Chocolate Chips

I can’t remember the last time I had a really good bear claw. A bear claw is a type of pastry that originated in the US sometime in the early 20th century, getting its name from the partial slices made along one side of the curved pastry that resembled the claws of a bear (particularly if you squint). There are actually several styles of bear ... Read More »

Blueberry Lemon Brunch Cake

Easy Blueberry Lemon Brunch Cake

There are two types of cake that I will serve at breakfast: streusel-topped coffee cakes and moist, fruit-laden cakes. The fruity cakes could certainly be considered as dessert options, but when cakes are loaded with fruit I tend to feel that they don’t need frosting and that frosting-less cakes are very valid breakfast options (even though they’re still technically cake). This Blueberry Lemon Brunch Cake ... Read More »

Vanilla Bean Coffee Cake with Greek Yogurt and Cinnamon Streusel

Vanilla Bean Coffee Cake with Greek Yogurt

If you’re preparing a weekend brunch, a homemade coffee cake is a must-make item. It’s a brunch staple because it is delicious – and this streusel-laden Vanilla Bean Coffee Cake is even more delicious than most. It is made with greek yogurt, which contributes to the dense, but tender, crumb of the cake and gives the cake a hint of tanginess that contrasts well with ... Read More »

Angel Food Cake French Toast

Angel Food Cake French Toast

There are many ways to enjoy Angel Food Cake and this Angel Food Cake French Toast just might be the best one yet. The recipe is exactly what it sounds like: slices of homemade angel food cake are used to make some of the most delicious french toast you’ve ever eaten. Angel food cake is ideal for making french toast because its light, spongy texture ... Read More »

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