I love breakfast for dinner, and pancakes are one of my go to meals on busy days when the cupboard is bare. Pancakes are definitely a comfort food for me. With fall upon us, why not make pumpkin pancakes.Continue reading “Pumpkin Pancakes”
These muffins have become a staple at our house. They are great for troop events because they are gluten and dairy free, and almost all the girls in our troop can eat them. They can be whipped up in 15 minutes, and are a delicious breakfast or snack. Continue reading “Gluten-free Peanut Butter Banana Muffins”
Fall is officially upon us. That means time for apples, and pumpkin and all sorts of warm comfort food. This past week, the local grocery store had apples on sale for $0.50 per pound. Yes, I did come home with a few pounds of apples.
Around here I only cook breakfast on the weekends. While I prefer something sweet (such as Monkey Bread), my husband prefers eggs and bacon. Cooking eggs for four different people, who each prefer them cooked differently, and trying to keep them warm, is a challenge. My sister sent me this recipe and it is quickly becoming a favorite around here.
Monkey Bread was very popular during the 90’s. While it may have lost some of it’s popularity, my family still gets excited over this sweet breakfast treat.Continue reading “Monkey Bread”