There are many different ways for using oats in our daily lives. But one of the favorites, of course, is to utilize oats for our breakfast needs. I usually just add milk, cook oats in low heat, add butter and a little brown sugar. That’s the way my kids always enjoyed their “kasha” (porridge). While I knew I could add berries and a lot of other ingredients, what I didn’t know that I could also enjoy oats cold and soaked in plain Yogurt or in Kefir. During our trip to Jordan, I learned this nifty recipe from Nasim’s sister. This recipe includes array of ingredients like nuts, raisins, shredded coconut threads and honey to make this dish one fulfilling breakfast. If it passed my husband’s test, I can say that any oat lover will enjoy it. Not to mention that if you have all the necessary ingredients, you can toss this recipe together in less than 5 minutes.
The crispy waffle recipe I am going to publish today is my long searched one. Crispy outside and soft inside, this waffle conquered our hearts. Besides, it is easy to make. Waffle recipes like many other recipes have hundreds of variations. With little ingredient change, a new waffle recipe is invented. And we tend to hear following phrase frequently “Wow, I found best waffle recipe, I will text you the source”. I obtained this recipe in a similar way. Although I like this recipe so much, I believe, this is not the last one I am going to share with you all.
OK Gals and Pals. Let’s admit that many of us have hard time choosing what to prepare for breakfast. Just breakfast is half way of the trouble! Knowing how to make a healthy breakfast is the biggest dilemma. This Veggie Scramble is approximately 242 calories! Should I go on? It is delicious, filling and absolutely healthy! It has fat, protein, carbohydrate that we need for a perfectly balanced breakfast. Most of all, it is good for me (as in it is good for everyone)!
This recipe belongs to my friend Husnora. She is a photographer herself and loves taking all kinds of beautiful pictures in her spare time. Husnora lives in Turkey, one of my dream destinations of all time. Turkish culture, food and its mother nature mesmerizes me. So, I decided to start adding more recipes from the Turkish cuisine. I asked Husnora to write a simple recipe and we decided this simple breakfast meal would be a good jump start and inspiration for me to post more Turkish recipes. Breakfast Eggs and Sausage Recipe may not be something extraordinary, but it never hurts to be more simple, right? :)
I do not think blintzes need any introduction. They are loved in many families. I make them once a week since my boys really like blintzes with different fillings. Our favorite fillings are ground meet, fruits (which makes them crepes), cheese or just plain raspberry jam and honey.
I am not much of a pancake person but really enjoy making these for weekend breakfasts. No hassle, easy and very delicious. Usage of blueberries is very essential since they can keep their shape fairly well on high heat. You can use both fresh and frozen berries for this recipe. It is based on plain yogurt and less sugar, thus making it desirably healthy choice for breakfast entrée. Nothing can give you a better jump start in the morning than seeing your husband and your son enjoying their food.