Archive of ‘Breakfast’ category

Blueberry Jam

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Help stretch your summer with this blueberry jam recipe. This is a super simple, 3-ingredient ingredient recipe that’s ready in just 30 minutes. Blueberry Jam.6

All you need is a saucepan and a spoon. Serve on toast, on top of pancakes, in your PB&J, swirled into yogurt or ice cream… get creative! (more…)

S’mores Pop-Tarts

IMG_9279-1These S’mores Pop Tarts are flaky pastries filled with chocolate ganache and topped with a marshmallow-like meringue.

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The pastry dough is a buttery pie crust. To make this extra flaky, work with cold butter and leave chunks of butter in the dough. When you roll out the dough, you will stretch the butter and the dough will have that layered effect. (more…)

Dutch Baby with Caramelized Peaches

IMG_8982-2 IMG_9054-2If you’ve never had a Dutch Baby, it’s basically a giant popover-like pancake. It’s light and fluffy and super simple to make, as it only requires 5 ingredients. It’s baked at high heat and quickly rises, filling with air bubbles. You can serve it as you would serve any pancake, with fruits and syrup and whipped cream. If peaches are still in season as you are contemplating this dessert, then you can try out the caramelized peach recipe here too. Simply slice some peaches and lightly cook them on your stovetop with a dab of butter and maple syrup. (more…)

Cherry Clafoutis

IMG_8463-2Clafoutis (pronounced clah-foo-tee) is a super simple, light and delicious summer treat. Really, this French dessert can be made any time of year, but it is typically made with dark berries or cherries.

IMG_8582If you have never had clafoutis, it’s a bit like a cross between a pancake and flan. The edges are light and airy, while the center is thick and almost creamy. The batter itself is only lightly sweetened, and the cherries add tart bursts of flavor. (more…)

Whole Wheat English Muffins

Lately, I’ve been trying to come up with to-go breakfast ideas that I can easily eat at work. The other day, I remembered we had English muffins in the freezer and thought they would be perfect!Whole Wheat English Muffins.10

But when I took them out, I could tell right away that they were freezer burned (honestly not sure how long they had been there…) so I decided I would make some English muffins myself the following weekend. Homemade is better anyway, right?Whole Wheat English Muffins.6

These whole wheat muffins are amazing! They rise tall, have a perfect crumble, and have a nice, hearty touch due to the whole wheat. My ideal English muffin is toasted with some salted butter, topped with some raspberry jam! (more…)

Matcha Scones

Scones seem simple, but they’re actually an extremely delicate treat. If the dough is too warm or too wet, your scones come out like cookies. Too dry, and they come out cakey. Matcha Scones.6

This matcha scones recipe took a couple takes — not only with texture, but also perfecting the flavor and sweetness level.  (more…)

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