This recipe is truly a BLD (Breakfast – or Brunch! – Lunch or Dinner) selection! For a maple-themed meal, add Rachael's Whole Grain Waffles with Cheddar and Maple-Apple Sauce to your menu.tags: breakfast BLD brunch dinner lunch burgers cheese rice, grains and breads eggs beef pork bake griddle more
What I particularly enjoy about this recipe is the amount of salt in it. While it does have some brown sugar to help bring out the sweetness in the pumpkin and corn, it’s most definitely a muffin erring more on the side of "savory" than "sweet." Perfect, in my opinion, to enjoy over a cup of coffee in the morning or pass around the dinner table at night.
Give it a go and feel free to experiment with some of your favorite variations. Want to top it with chopped nuts or streusel? Go right ahead. Hankering to fold in 1 cup of shredded dry Jack or sharp cheddar cheese? Brilliant! – Patrick Deckertags: breakfast snacks lunch box brunch rice, grains and breads vegetables bake more
It’s important to have a good balance of carbs and protein in the morning to help sustain you until your next meal. With that in mind, I try to add things to the oatmeal that will help keep me satisfied. Today I decided to stir a little almond butter into my cooked rolled oats and top it with some whole almonds, a few chocolate chips and a sprinkling of cocoa powder. The flavor combination is delicious and very filling. The addition of the chocolate chips is definitely a "once-in-a-while" treat but it’s the perfect way to stave off any sweet craving I’m having at the moment without going overboard. A teaspoon of semi-sweet chocolate chips is just the right amount of sweet to satisfy and make my breakfast feel decadent without any guilt at all.tags: breakfast rice, grains and breads simmer more
You want to make sure that the soda bread you use isn’t the crumbly kind, or else it won’t slice up nicely. As long as it can be cut evenly into slices using a serrated knife, you are good to go. And if you have the sweeter style, raisin studded bread, even better. Enjoy!tags: breakfast brunch rice, grains and breads fry more
This recipe yields quite a few waffles, which is perfect because I like to take the leftovers and wrap them in wax paper and aluminum foil and store them in a freezer bag inside the freezer. This way, when my family wants homemade waffles, they can have them in a flash with no muss, no fuss. To reheat, all you have to do is pop them into the toaster (for crispy waffles) or if you prefer them on the softer side, microwave them for 15-20 seconds. You’ll never use a mix again after you try this easy and addicting recipe. Enjoy!tags: breakfast rice, grains and breads griddle more