Category Breakfast

Todd’s Famous Blueberry Pancakes

My husband who hates anything related to fruit actually came up with the idea to make blueberry pancakes. Our daughter love any berry in the world. She's 17 months and would die for a blueberry, strawberry, or raspberry. When I found this recipe, I was hesitant because the batter has to rest for one hour. "Why not" I thought...Read More

3 Ingredient Banana Bread

I saw this recipe on Pinterest and had to try it. Only 3 ingredients and a perfect recipe to try if you have ripe bananas lying around. All you need is one box of yellow cake mix, 2 eggs, and 3 ripe bananas. Simple, moist and so yummy. You will want to eat all of it. Read More

Blueberry Lemon Scones

Looking for a simple and delicious scone recipe? Well,this is your lucky day. You will love the simplicity of this recipe. You will want to double this recipe if you want 4 dozen scones. If using creamed butter, don't add in the salt. Read More

Donut Holes “Doughnuts & Topgolf”

In early April I went to the VIP Grand Opening for the TopGolf in Houston, Texas. They had food set-up throughout the entire event. While guests were golfing in the bays, the servers were bringing over hot out of the fryer donut holes. Their donut hole belief: “Imagine if your own donut creation...

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Lemon Breakfast Cake

This recipe is very similar to a sponge cake except it doesn’t get the airy light fluff that sponge cake does. It is slightly thicker like cake. You can add poppy seeds and it would taste just like lemon poppy seed muffins. To make this more light and fluffy, I believe I will need to lower the oven to 325 and possibly add in baking powder. My next goal is to master a sponge cake or angel food cake.
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Starbuck’s Coffee Coffeecake

A final swirl gives this espresso dessert a fancy touch. If you don’t like coffee, don’t attempt this recipe. This is for people who love coffee. The granules will give off a very coffee flavor.
Bowl #1: Espresso Mixture
1/3 cup granulated sugar
4 ½ teaspoons of espresso or 2 tablespoons of instant coffee granules mixed with 2 tablespoons hot water until dissolved
1 ½ teaspoons of ground cinnamon...
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Angel Biscuit Buns

Angel Buns and Angel Biscuits
Here are a couple options from my Grandma’s baking boxes, you can make one or both. The Angel biscuits had Aunt Oleva’s name on it. We used to visit her all the time in Bullhead City as kids. Very yummy biscuits and the best part is you can keep the dough in the fridge for a week and just pull out what you want to bake each day at a time...
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Rice Cooker Boiled Eggs

My co-worker Tracy lives in Oahu, Hawaii. We were working together this month and living in a condo for a week. I made boiled eggs in a pan. The next day while we are eating the eggs I asked her how she makes her boiled eggs.

Tracy’s response:

“Take your rice cooker, lay a wet paper towel on the bottom of the metal bowl, and then lay the raw eggs on top of the paper towel. One layer (about 8-9 eggs)...

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Starbuck’s Spinach Feta Egg White Wheat Wrap

A wheat wrap filled with cage-free egg white, spinach, feta cheese and tomatoes:
Some people think a hearty breakfast can’t be complete without a strip of bacon, slice of ham or some other meaty fixing. Well, this vegetarian wrap begs to differ. Sure the spinach and tomatoes keep things healthy. But it’s also packed with the tasty protein of egg white and feta cheese...
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Nutella Crepes

My mother in law and I went to Pastry Swan Bakery in Palm Desert on El Paseo. They made the best French Crepe I’ve ever had. It had Nutella and Strawberries with whipped cream. I decided to create my own crepe and they turned out wonderful. Bon Appétit!
1 cup of flour
¼ teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons of sugar
1/2 cup of water
1/2 cup of milk
2 eggs
2 Tablespoons of melted unsalted butter
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