This simple recipe is a perfect solution for the busy morning breakfast – really. These biscuits take less than 5 minutes to mix and only 13 minutes to bake. If you measure everything out the night before, even with taking the extra step to work …
A few years ago, I hit the “estate sale jackpot” when I came across an estate sale at the home of a former Home Economics instructor, cookbook author & culinary whiz – Mrs. Sullivan. The moment I walked into the living room, Continue reading Becoming Julia pt. 2 + Cinnamon Sugar Scones
I have a bundle of recipes just floating around in the spaces between my to do lists, daydreams and whatever decides to bounce around in my brain throughout my days. And this recipe is one that has been begging to come to be for months. Please …
You may have noticed — I love chopping up Pillsbury products and stuffing them into muffin cups. I have shared quite a few breakfast winners & just when I thought I had tried it all, in flew the great idea of little smokies and peach-mango preserves.
Kade has been asking for me to make donuts for breakfast for a while. So, with our current snowed in status and no more good excuses, I decided this would be the prefect time to satisfy his cravings. Typically, I “make” donuts by quartering canned
Well — here you have it! Big Country Breakfast Bread Pudding has been Food for a Year’s most popular recipe… BY A LANDSLIDE!! I am amazed at how many people have viewed & commented publicly and privately on this recipe.
I love making breakfast muffin cups and lately I have been on a real roll. The guys are homeschooled 3 days a week ((and Gracie is homeschooled exclusively)), so I get plenty of opportunities to try my breakfast ideas on them. They love my NomNoms ((check out all my recipes my clicking the link)), but some times I am in the mood for something a little simpler. Breakfast cups are about as simple as it gets. Continue reading Cheesy Bacon & Jam Stuffed Biscuit Cups