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I’ve been drinking tea for as long as I can remember. I was 5 or 6 years old and would sit in the kitchen with my Portuguese grandma, brewing the perfect cup of tea and heating up a slice of warm Portuguese sweet bread with melted butter. Granted, in those days, my tea cup was full of sugar and milk too, but she’s definitely the person who cultivated my love of tea (and sweet bread).
Breakfast has to be my favorite meal of the day. (Brunch included). I always loved when my mom would make it for dinner when I was growing up and I still make breakfast for dinner even now. (Because, let’s be honest, breakfast for dinner is ahhhh-mazing). I plan my vacations around which breakfast spots I want to try, and I’m the first to suggest a brunch get together with friends. To say my life revolves around breakfast is a bit of a stretch, but not too far off. If there’s a griddle involved, I’m there. And these blueberry waffles with lemon curd are no exception. Fresh blueberries take this homemade waffle batter to another level and the lemon curd….sooooooo good. They are the perfect meal to make for breakfast or brunch this weekend (or dinner, if you’re feeling crazy 😉 )
Entertaining season is in full swing and prepping meals for a house full of guests can be daunting, especially during the holiday season when all of us have a million things on our minds, and schedules. But today’s recipe will help make breakfast a breeze and will please even the pickiest of eaters. These easy fruit danishes come together in no time, bake up to a perfectly flakey golden brown, and are filled with yummy fruit filling! Plus, there’s no hard work on your end either and you don’t have to be a pastry master to pull them off. With a few grocery items, you’ll have breakfast in the bag!
I am the QUEEN of procrastination. You’d think by now, I would have learned that this is not the way to live life, but, alas, I still seem to find excuses to wait until the very last minute to do things. Work, deadlines, projects, appointments…you name it. I procrastinate it. Breakfast? Ha. Despite how much I looooove food, I also love sleep. I sleep until the very last second I can without being late to work. (Yes, I am well aware that this is a terrible idea). Because of that, breakfast is definitely almost always an after thought. But, fellow procrastinators, rejoice! There is something we can do to not only sleep as long as possible, but wake up to a delish breakfast without having to do hardly any work in advance! What is this magical breakfast I speak of…? Overnight oats! Heard of em’? If not, I’m about to blow your mind and change your morning game with today’s recipe for these berry overnight oats.
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I always find that the fall and winter months make getting up harder and have me moving slower in the mornings than usual. I need to be my best when there are so many holiday events, family functions, and work parties, so I try to add a little one, two punch to a yummy morning citrus carrot smoothie recipe that will get me going and keep me feeling great during this time of the year (and all year!)
Chocolate, carbs, and Cadbury Mini Eggs…what’s not to love about these Chocolate Easter Cinnamon Rolls?! Check out the yummy and easy recipe!
I have something that I need to admit to you guys. I’m addicted to Cadbury Mini Eggs. I always intend to buy one bag every year when spring and Easter season hit, (because obviously there’s no resisting these little guys and I’m not about to pass them up) but I find myself finishing the bag before I’ve even realized they’re gone. Which then, of course, means that I have to return to the store and purchase another one. (Obvi). It also means that I have an addiction and a problem. The first step is admitting it, right? What makes these little chocolaty eggs so damn good?! Cadbury, I’m onto you. But instead of trying to fight it, I figured that I’d just give in this year. I’m combining a few of my favorite things, breakfast, chocolate, and Cadbury mini eggs into one delicious recipe that is perfect to serve up on Easter morning, for the kiddos or adults alike. These chocolate Easter cinnamon rolls are beyond delish and for a homemade cinnamon roll recipe, they are actually really easy to make too. Win win! 😉
This tropical rainbow smoothie bowl recipe isn’t just easy, it’s delicious, and how could you not love all of that pretty color! A perfect rainbow breakfast for St. Patrick’s Day!
If you guys follow along on social media, you may have noticed that last week was my birthday. I decided to take the whole week off from the blog and new posts (!!!), so that I could ring in the big 3-3 surrounded by friends and family. It was exactly what I needed to really enjoy all of the little moments and people that mean so much.
But, I’m back and just in time to help you guys get prepped and ready to celebrate another (not quite as important 😉 ) holiday…St. Patrick’s Day! It’s coming up next week and I wanted to share a simple and colorful breakfast idea that’s healthy too! This tropical rainbow smoothie bowl recipe isn’t just easy, it’s delish, and how could you not love all of that color! A rainbow breakfast to help the family start off their search for that missing pot of gold!