How yummy to does this Dutch Baby look? It’s tart, light & creamy. Perfect for a special breakfast! The Driscoll’s raspberries & blueberries really elevate this lovely treat.
These crepes are such a treat! I used my mom’s German Pancakes and stuffed them with whipped ricotta (1 cup ricotta whisked with 1/4 cup heavy cream). I topped them with blueberry simple syrup and fresh berries. These crepes are very versatile. And, they freeze well. This yummy breakfast was made with a batch I had frozen.
These pancakes became a family favorite the first time I made them 7 years ago. They are fluffy, lemony and soooo tasty. And, they feel so fancy! I use low fat milk & ricotta to make these luscious, yet light, pancakes. My son asks for them everytime he is home for a visit! Serve them with fruit or just slather on some butter & drizzle with syrup.
Who needs Chicken & Waffles when you can have TURMERIC FALAFEL & MATCHA WAFFLES W/CREMA DE JALAPEÑO? I’m so excited about this vegan meal! The falafel was amazing with the plant based waffles. And, the crema was the perfect compliment to this savory take on a classic. A quick dusting of za’atar & EB seasoning, and some greens & fruit on the side are all you need! Enjoy! Links to the products in this dish are below.
The recipe for the vegan waffles are here: Vegan Waffles
I used premade falafels from: http://www.afiafoods.com
I used vegan and nut free crema de jalapeño from: http://www.eatzubi.com
I was challenged to develop a vegan recipe for a project I was working on. I just love how these waffles turned out. I did not miss using egg in these waffles. They came out fluffy and yummy. And, this recipe is so versatile – with just a few tweaks they can go from sweet to savory. Definitely going to do more of this type of cooking! I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Happy Easter!! These pancakes were on the menu at our blended family Easter Brunch. I tested out these pancakes on the hubs last week and he loved them ~ they are loaded with shredded carrots, banana, coconut & pecans. I topped them with cream cheese frosting, syrup, more coconut and a Lindt mini chocolate bunny. Yummilicious!
These crepes were scary good! I stuffed them with carmelized bananas & almond butter, and topped them with Tree Hive Maple Syrup + Honey, chocolate sauce, cacao nibs & pistachios. They were decadent & delicious. I have posted about the German Pancakes before; the recipe for the carmelized bananas is here for ya!
Merry Christmas Eve! My mom always hosted Christmas Frühstück (Breakfast) for our family. I have kept up the tradition, adding & refining our menu, each year. A staple is & always will be her GERMAN PANCAKES. They are really like a crepe ~ very thin & light. I served these crepes w/plum compote, cherries & syrup. Fruit & jam are also lovely additions. You can find the plum compote recipe here: Gingerbread Pancakes with Ginger Plum Compote. Enjoy!
These pancakes are a perfect holiday treat! Stack ‘em high with marshmallow whipped cream & plenty of cacao nibs between each layer. The bananas & cacao nibs make thsee cakes taste just like you are sitting around a camp fire, except you are in the comfort of your cozy kitchen. Decadent & delicious.
The Sugar Plum Fairy is in the house! Pancakes in the House! At least that’s what I was thinking of when I made this gingerbread concoction, this morning! You will L O V E these pancakes topped with warm Ginger Plum Compote! Created this recipe all by lonesome!