French Toast Sausage Roll-ups

French Toast Sausage Roll-ups

French toast and breakfast sausages transport me right back to age nine or so when Mama Bear made them for us all the time on the weekends. Now, most days, coffee is my breakfast. Boring. The recipe is really more method than precision. Soft and fluffy white or wheat bread works best, the kind that’s… 

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Caramel Macchiato French Toast

Caramel Macchiato French Toast

This french toast has a little secret! Coffee creamer. Did you know you can use it in place of milk to add extra flavor to your french toast? Well, you can and you should! For this version I used International Delight Fat Free Caramel Macchiato and threw in a little bit of brewed coffee, cinnamon,… 

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Overnight Pecan Praline French Toast

Baked Pecan Praline French Toast

French toast you can make the night before and pop into your oven the next morning for a hands-off breakfast treat! It’s special enough for the holidays but easy enough to make anytime. The recipe starts with a pecan praline sauce that’s kind of hard to forget. You make it by melting butter, brown sugar… 

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Red Salsa Chilaquiles

Red Salsa Chilaquiles

These red salsa chilaquiles are made of crispy corn tortillas infused with warm salsa and topped with cheese, olives, avocado and red onion. This is breakfast in Mexico, a way to use up stale corn tortillas and leftover salsa, often served with eggs and beans. And maybe even serves as a great cure for a… 

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Baked Peanut Butter Apple Oatmeal

Baked Peanut Butter and Apple Oatmeal

Baked oatmeal is a special treat for breakfast and perfectly acceptable to eat at any and all hours of the day including for dessert! Cubes of apple laced with peanut butter dominate every bite of this thick and creamy oatmeal with crunchy walnuts and warm notes of brown sugar and cinnamon.

Blueberry Belgian Waffles with Brown Sugar Bacon

Blueberry Waffles & Brown Sugar Bacon

Baby steps. Three days away from this site has left me feeling disconnected. From my blog. From food. From you. I falsely believed absence made the heart grow fonder. Instead, each passing day made it easier for me to stay away. I even wondered what would happen if I never came back? What would I…do?