Category Archives: Breakfast/Brunch

Sunflower-Sesame Seed Granola

I enjoy making homemade granola and trying new variations on it. I found this old recipe in my recipe file recently and updated it a little. This Sunflower-Sesame Seed Granola is great for this autumn time of year. It’s sweetened with honey and maple syrup, and spiced with some cinnamon and cloves, which give it a nice Fall flavor!

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Easy Cheese Danish

Many of us love to eat Danish pastry, but are a little intimidated when it comes to making them. Well, I’m glad to say that just about anyone can make this recipe for Easy Cheese Danish! Using crescent rolls makes them really quick and easy, and the sweet cream cheese filling makes them really yummy! 🙂 Another nice thing is that they only take about 12 minutes to bake. What’s not to like about this easy danish?

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Creamy Fruit Dip

Fresh fruit served with a sweet, creamy dip is great for a summer brunch, snack, or even a light dessert. And this is a ridiculously easy fruit dip that’s so good! It’s made with just two simple ingredients—marshmallow creme and fruit-flavored cream cheese. The marshmallow creme makes the dip really smooth and creamy. Serve this dip with a variety of your favorite fruit!

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Yogurt with Strawberries and Pistachios

For a summer breakfast or brunch, especially when it’s too hot to bake, here’s a quick, easy, and healthy recipe that looks really pretty, too! Yogurt with Strawberries and Pistachios could also double as a snack or dessert. It’s made with Greek yogurt, fresh strawberries, honey, and pistachios—a really yummy combination! If you’re not a big strawberry fan, you could use other fruit like blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, kiwifruit, mango…really, just about any fruit you like!

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Carrot Spice Muffins

Carrot-themed recipes remind me of springtime and Easter—maybe because I tend to see a lot of product packaging with bunnies and carrots this time of year! I actually am not a big fan of raw whole carrots, but I do like raw shredded carrots. Strange, right? I’m not sure why! So I tend to have shredded carrots in salads mostly. But here’s another way you can use shredded carrots—in these tasty Carrot Spice Muffins! They’re dense and moist, with a mildly sweet-and-cinnamon-spice flavor. Raisins give them an extra punch of sweetness. And I really like how they rise so nicely!

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