I recently realized I didn’t have a traditional mole from scratch on my blog, and decided it was time to make an easy homemade mole to post here. Does the word ‘easy’ really accompany the word ‘mole’ ever? It is now, I just joined the two. I should actually say it’s kinda easy homemade mole. Laugh if you will, but you won’t be laughing at the final result… you’ll be saying HOLY MOLE!(more…)
Category: Breakfast Club
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Tuxton Homes. All opinions and recipe are 100% my own.
I wake up with breakfast on my mind, and today I thought it would be extra cute to make Berry Poppy Seed Pancakes. Imagining the colors of the pancakes would be so aesthetically pleasing against my new Concentrix 2-Piece Open Nonstick Frypan Set from Tuxton Home. That’s a crazy way to plan a meal but I’m absolutely giddy over the blush pink frypan set.(more…)
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Breakfast Waffle Fruit Salad:
Did you kickoff 2019 with a New Year’s resolution? Technically we are still at the very start of the 12 month period and resolutions are very much stable and rooted in our daily routines. But can we sustain them? My New Year’s Resolution was simple this year, eat outside more and incorporate more fruit into my diet.(more…)
Today is officially the first day of Fall, and September is national breakfast month. I’ve been waiting patiently for the cooler weather to grace us and make it’s presence known. There is something about that crisp cool air that guides me to my kitchen and begs me to turn on the oven. Once the oven is roaring there is almost a 99% chance I will be baking one of my homemade breads.
The story of Pistachio Fig Arroz Con Leche: I got this friend named Rachel, I like to call her Miss Killers, but that’s different story for another time. Rachel is gluten-free and has been for a while now. It seems like most of our encounters are planned around food, either it’s a potluck or a restaurant rendezvous, but (more…)
This post is sponsored by ALDI Supermarkets. However all opinions and recipes are 100% my own.
Last week I got an email from ALDI supermarket that asked if I would be interested in a challenge. As I read further it stated that I would have to create a menu to entertain a large group of family and/or friends for a soccer brunch. Immediately I thought “I welcome this challenge, and why not do it Sunday the 17th of June in time for us to cheer on our beloved MEXICO!!!!” They were basically asking me to have a soccer viewing party at my house on a $40 dollar budget. I love hosting parties and if I could make it happen with 40 bucks, even more to celebrate. Since we were obviously rooting for Mexico a Mexican brunch would be ideal. I decided to make a tray of breakfast enchiladas with huevos on top, an arroz con leche bar, and serve orange juice too. (more…)
Peanut Butter Raspberry Banana Brioche French Toast
It’s been a little while since the last time I was in Paris, France. I am remembering the fantastic brioche french toast I forked into my mouth in the city of lights. I think of how perfect the hotel paired my fluffy french toast with a tart raspberry jam and powdered sugar on top. As I ate I wished I could add a smear of peanut butter and fresh fruit to the equation. (more…)