Posts Tagged ‘Breakfast’
Sometimes you go to the farmer’s market and buy a half flat of strawberries. Sometimes you have a bunch of bananas you forgot to eat in their 32 second window or perfectness. Sometimes you put all of it together to make something magical. Strawberry Banana Bread is it.
Since it is National Cookie Day, I thought it was appropriate/necessary to create a cookie-centric recipe. I have some new ones on the line-up which will be out soon, but had to share something scrumptious today. I was thinking about how I could use Otis Spunkmeyer Chocolate Chunk Cookies in some way, and then it hit me! Chocolate Chip Cookie Waffles with Whipped Cream. Yes, the cookies are IN the waffle. I know, amazing, right? They’re a liiiiiiiitle decadent, but totally worth it. Top them with freshly whipped cream, and a dusting of powdered sugar and, treat yo’self.
Leslie Knope would totally approve of these waffles.
As a bonus Otis Spunkmeyer is offering up a box of chocolate chunk cookies to one lucky reader. (Details are at the end of the post.)
We’ve crossed over from beach days to school days, summer vacations are over, kids are starting a new year, we’re back to work… and although it doesn’t feel like autumn quite yet…autumn IS coming. With fall comes the most scrumptious spiced flavors, it’s my favorite foodie time of year. I am going to try to hold out until the heat breaks for my first pumpkin anything, but I can’t promise. Luckily, for this month’s Blogger C.L.U.E. we could pick any fall fruit to use in our recipes, so I went right for these Applesauce Pancakes from Eliot’s Eats.
Breakfast, Brunch, Brinner… however you want to enjoy them, these Eggnog Waffles should be on your plate.
I was delighted to be invited to participate in the Krusteaz Blogger Bake-Off and I thought these Eggnog Waffles would be the perfect way to welcome the new year! What a sweet way to meet 2015. (This post is being submitted as part of contest sponsored by Sponsor for a chance to win prizes and that the entrant received free products from Krusteaz.)
This month for the Blogger C.LU.E. Society we were given the theme of “Food Your Grandmother Would Cook” and as soon as I saw these Pumpkin Scones on my secretly paired blog Bakeaway With Me, I knew exactly what to make!
My Grammy was the sweetest little lady and we’d spend summer days baking with her at our cottage on Cape Cod. When we weren’t playing at the beach or learning to knit on the patio, she loved to spend the afternoon in the kitchen with us baking cakes or making homemade play-doh. Grammy enjoyed baking treats for us and these reminded me of her sweetly spiced Hermits. I have strong memories of her making the Hermits for my father and remember thinking what an odd name that was for a baked good. Those sweet and spiced bars bring me right back to our time on the Cape.