This delicious quiche is so easy to make and a showy addition to your breakfast table. Perfect for Sunday brunch or a special occasion morning meal.
Scones are one of my fav things to make for breakfast. They’re simple, satisfying and tasty. I made these with jumbo raisins for a little twist. Would also be perfect with a little butter and your afternoon tea or coffee!
I found several versions of this recipe & this one is my fav. I’m guessing all of the recipes I found originated with this one from sallysbakingaddiction. I made an ever so small adjustment for my taste, but otherwise I wouldn’t want to mess with perfection. This is going to be on repeat these next few months.
Guest Post by: Maya Jacques from thepinoleproject.com
My friend, Maya Jacquez’s grandmother added Pinole to her slow-cooked oatmeal, called avena, to give it an extra boost! Her recipe inspired Pinole Chia Oatmeal. Packed with 10 grams fiber & loaded with plant protein and 2500+ omega-3’s, it’s the breakfast upgrade!
So Many Breakfast Options
There are endless happy breakfasts with Pinole Chia Oatmeal – cookies, pancakes, muffins, baked oats, overnight oats, and more.
Pinole Chia Oatmeal Cookies
We’re drooling over these Date & Pecan Breakfast Cookies made by Abril of Taste of Mexicowith Pinole Chia Oatmeal! Healthy, delicious cookies…yes please!
We love these cookies as a pre-workout meal 45 minutes before the gym!
I’ve tried many biscuit recipes over the years and this is what I’ve settled on for whenever we have a biscuit craving. The method is simple and they taste great!
It’s strawberry season in South Texas and I’ve got a great recipe for you. These moist muffins will compliment any breakfast or brunch!
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.
If you want to impress try out this frittata. It is so easy, but looks so special. And, it tastes divine!
I was always too intimidated to make popovers. After trying several different methods this is my favorite recipe. These popovers are light and fluffy. All you need is some fruit and coffee for a full breakfast. You can also make savory gruyere popovers with just a little tweak. Check it out!
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.