Overnight Oats with Chocolate Chips


This has got to be one of the easiest breakfasts to prepare. Layer it all in a little mason jar, screw on the lid and pop in the fridge overnight. I added chocolate chips to these little gems but you can add anything – blueberries, strawberries, raspberries; use different types of yogurts, even drizzle on some honey…whatever you want…they all end up delicious! Continue reading

Egg In A Squash Hole

Egg In A Squash Hole
Our morning Thanksgiving breakfast used to consist of bagels with all the fixings. Well, we do things a little lighter these days – so I was experimenting on ways we could have a healthier breakfast with a little Fall twist; I decided to make eggs in squash holes. Simple for the big day and healthy. Very delicious! Continue reading

Tiny Pancetta & Fontina Quiches

Now that we’re all back in the swing of school and busy schedules eating breakfast sometimes takes a backseat to getting out of the house! These yummy little quiches can be made ahead and popped in the microwave right from the freezer. They can also be served as bite-sized appetizers or afternoon snacks. Multi-purpose mini morsels…doesn’t that sound perfect? Continue reading

Dutch Pancake With Lemon Curd Butter & Peach Compote

Dutch Pancake With Lemon Curd Butter & Peach Compote
This was the perfect breakfast to surprise my Hubby with this morning. It’s an easy and impressive way to serve a treat to the ones you love. Dutch pancakes take a little time to prepare and can be served a thousand ways. Made to be savory or sweet, today I made it with a lemon curd butter and a peach compote my mom made. Instead of making one big one which is the norm, I made 4 individual ones in my 6″ little cast iron skillets. Drizzle with the curd butter, top with powdered sugar and put a little fruit compote on the side! Continue reading