Category Archives: Breakfast

French Toast

These french toast have whole wheat flour added to the beaten eggs which give a nice coating for bread. Get the Recipe: French Toast

Baked Lentil Chilaquiles Casserole

Familiar Mexican flavors combine in a versatile, easy casserole for a dish that can take you from brunch through dinner. From the original site: Father’s Day demands brunch, but we perhaps don’t bring quite the same expectation of fuss and finesse to the table as we do for Mother’s Day. Am I right? But still, […]

Aunt Suzie’s Muffins

Our family has been making this recipe for decades. It always gets raves at every large gathering that includes breakfast. We have selfishly kept this recipe in the family and even now they are against me sharing it. I attempted to find a similar (identical) recipe online with no success. The world needs to have […]

Brown Rice Dosa

I make brown rice dosa for breakfast because it is healthy. Brown rice has more nutritional benefits than white rice. If you want to start your day with healthy food, then do try this super tasty, crispy brown rice dosa. Get the Recipe: Brown Rice Dosa

Healthy Oats with Fruits

Including oats in our diet may aid in providing a wide range of health benefits. It is recommended to have at least ½-1 cup of oats every day, so as to derive its health benefits. The dietary fiber helps to make you feel full faster and longer. This help to reduce cravings and bingeing tendencies […]

Orangish Chocolatish Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls were in my baking list from a long time but don’t know why I never made them though I really really love them, in my opinion they are one of the perfect treats to enjoy with coffee and they fit in so well in the breakfast, brunch and tea time menu, they are […]

High-rise Buttermilk Biscuits

Not only does this post contains recipe for light and buttery biscuits, I include several biscuit making tips. Everybody needs good biscuits! From the original site: Biscuits have charm and personality. They’re like the friend you always want to be around because they make you feel happy and cheerful. While it may not be scientifically […]

Whole Wheat Coffee Chocolate Cake

As a home baker, I always try to substitute All Purpose Flour with whole grains, especially in breads or muffins but sometimes it is inevitable to replace All Purpose Flour to get the perfect end results. Many a times my friends complain about denser texture of whole grain cakes, breads and muffins, what I learnt […]

Savory Yellow Lentil Crepes

When I was in Hong Kong, one day morning in search of vegetarian breakfast I came across one local food joint serving savoury Korean Pancakes called Bindaedok, which was very much similar to our Moon Dal Cheela and when I asked him about the preparation, in some third world language he explained to me that […]

Raisin and Rosemary Mini Scones

A traditional Scottish quick bread, scones are welcome as a treat for breakfast or as a teatime snack with a cup of hot and steaming tea. Scones are easy to master, and make simple but mightily delicious teatime treats. Scones come in many sizes and flavors, sometimes I bake those classic quadrant shaped scones and […]

“D” for Deep Fried Doughnut

Doughnut or Donut, whatever you like to call them, are one of the highly commercialized confectionary item, all across the globe there are retail chains dedicatedly selling only doughnuts, filled with fruit preserves, jellies, cream, custard or glazed with chocolate, butter cream, cream cheese, and like bees kids are always attracted towards these colorful rings […]

Chicken Salami Club Sandwich

These traditional Clubhouse Sandwiches are most often made with turkey, bacon, eggs and loads of mayonnaise, thin slices of roasted turkey topped with crispy bacon and onions over the crusty bread slices. My version of Club Sandwich features crispy Chicken Salamis and hard-boiled eggs, but keeps all the authentic taste. Ingredients: 4 slices whole wheat […]

Granola Bars

Granola Bars are nothing but Granola cut into different shapes, so that one can enjoy them during any given time of the day. Granola Bars are the powerhouse of energy that’s why it is preferred by those who are hiking, trekking or camping because it is lightweight, high in calories, and easy to store though […]

Moong Dal-Quinoa-Oats Chilla /Cheela/Dosa/Pancakes

“Moong Dal-Quinoa-Oats Chilla/Dosa/Pancake” – Can the name be any more healthier ;) Well, this my GoTo breakfast recipe most of the time or especially when i’m guilty of eating too much fried/sweet stuff. The healthy and tasty part is quite motivating and the batter can be made and frozen for like 2-3weeks…. From the original […]

Pineapple Jam

It is always hard to bid goodbye to seasonal fruits and to enjoy taste of seasonal fruits for a longer duration I make fruit jams, few seasonal fruits I have got obsessed with are Plums, Peaches and Pineapples (All P’s!!) Jam for me is the best way o preserve fruits and relish their goodness for […]

Gluten free chocolate and nut bars

It is a very good bar recipe that is a bit like cake but not as sweet, great anytime with a coffee or tea but kids will enjoy it too. Ingredients: 2tbsp. (30ml) of organic grounded flax seeds 6 tbsp. (90ml) of water 1/3 cup (83ml) organic sorghum flour 1/3 cup (83ml) of organic oatmeal […]

Breakfast Banana Bread

It’s a good gluten free breakfast bread that changes from morning muffins. The mix of chocolate and banana is always a winning solution in my family. From the original site: BREAKFAST BANANA BREAD I don’t know if you are like me, but sometimes the last thing on my mind when I get up is to […]

Yogurt Pineapple Bread

This bread is Yogurt Pineapple loaf bread, originated from Hong Kong signature Pineapple buns with a layer of sweet butter dough on top as bread topping. However there is no pineapple in the ingredients. Pineapple was used in the name because the layer of sweet butter dough cooked to golden brown resembled the pineapple skin. […]

Breakfast Banana Loaf

“Baking is like washing–the results are equally temporary.” ― Patricia Briggs A moist, spicy, nutty bread to uplift the gloomiest winter breakfast. If you don’t have a loaf tin you can always bake it as a cake and cut out slabs in the sizes you want. Try to use overripe bananas, yes the ones with […]

Breakfast Pizza

“Those pizzas I ate were for medicinal purposes.” ― Amy Neftzger Happy New Year! May our new year be as simple, satisfying and stress free as this breakfast pizza recipe. Ingredients: What you’ll need: Pre-baked pizza base 4 tbsp tomato puree ½ cup cheese (grated) ½ cup spinach (washed and chopped) 1 egg 1 ½ […]

Savory Waffles with Ham, Cheddar & Brussels Sprouts

Who doesn’t love waffles? At this time of year Brussels sprouts are among us, so save the berries and whipped cream for the summer, and make savory waffles with ham, cheddar and Brussels sprouts, instead. From the original site: Serve these savory waffles with maple syrup (sweet with salty – yum!) or honey mustard sauce. […]

Cranberry Pecan Muffins

While baking these beauties, I pondered where do you draw the line between a muffin and a cupcake? While a muffin might be considered healthier than a cupcake, once you start adding ingredients such as chocolate and streusel-like toppings or glazes it starts to resemble a cupcake. And, when you use cupcake liners for muffins […]

Rosemary, Cheese and Ham Omelet

A recipe for the most important meal of the day. I love eating omelets but I hate when they end up hard and flat. Here is my very own foolproof rendition of a fluffy rosemary, cheese, mushroom and ham omelet recipe. Feel free to replace the stuffing or rosemary with any combination of ingredients you […]