Here’s a savory yogurt recipe, with bacon, lettuce, tomato, and a drizzle of chili oil on top. It’s a low carb breakfast recipe and has such unique flavors. It will definitely break you out of a rut if you’re sick of eating eggs for breakfast! You’ll love this yogurt with chili oil recipe.
Do you like matcha? Do you like all-day baking projects? How about Mexican desserts & pastries? Then this is for you! This is a how-to guide for making conchas aka pan dulces at home. This matcha concha recipe is an innovative/inspired-by-Mexican food recipe. These matcha conchas are delicious with coffee in the morning or afternoon!
Making a frittata is one of the easier, more impressive, things you can do with eggs. With about 6 eggs, any combination of vegetables you like, and about 20 minutes, you can have a tasty brunch recipe or breakfast-for-dinner recipe on your hands. This recipe for a spinach and tomato frittata is an endlessly customizable… Continue reading Spinach and Tomato Frittata
This brioche donut hole recipe is made with my signature brioche dough recipe and is a perfect little two-bite dessert. If you love brioche donuts, you’ll love these brioche donut holes.
This recipe for blueberry brioche bread is delicious, fresh, and super impressive. Using fresh blueberries, you can make this brioche in about a half-hour of active time and 6-8 hrs of resting time. This blueberry brioche loaf is not too sweet, and would be great sliced and griddled like french toast!!
This is my trusted brioche dough recipe I use again and again. This recipe yields about 2 1/2 lbs of raw brioche dough, enough for 1 regular sized (8-1/2″ x 4-1/2″ x 2-1/2″ inches), two mini loaves, or about 2 dozen donuts. This basic brioche dough recipe can be taken and used for a brioche… Continue reading Sweet Brioche Dough – Recipe For All Your Brioche Neds
These breakfast sandwiches are fancy! A copycat of the “Fairfax” sandwich from Eggslut here in LA, this breakfast sandwich recipe has a fluffy brioche bun, soft-scrambled eggs, fresh herbs, melty cheddar cheese, and homemade caramelized onions. You can make them individually or create a party-sized platter of them anytime you want to serve an impressive… Continue reading Fancy Breakfast Sandwich Recipe (the Fairfax from Eggslut)
This recipe for plum jam has no pectin and very little sugar. It’s also a small batch of jam, and requires no special equipment. It just uses one weird trick! Using only six or seven plums, a bit of powdered sugar, you can make this plum jam in no time. This is a looser-set jam… Continue reading Plum Jam – Easy Recipe with No Pectin
Don’t be mad if you end up eating this peach and blueberry trifle recipe for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It’s a healthy-ish, easy dessert that uses beautiful summer produce alongside an airy angel food cake and a greek yogurt-whipped cream filling. This peach and blueberry trifle is to die for!
Here’s a gluten-free olive oil cake made with almond flour, and scented with orange zest. The cake is topped with a Greek yogurt whipped cream and good with any fruit on top! This time I went with the classic strawberry. You could make it as a loaf, as I did below, or in a cake… Continue reading Gluten-Free Olive Oil Loaf Cake with Yogurt Whipped Cream
Today I’m so excited to be sharing a recipe for a tea cake! This recipe yields a fluffy, light cake that’s flavored with chamomile tea and is covered with buttercream and decorated with fresh chamomile flowers. Read on for plenty of tips for making a layer cake that uses chamomile tea in it!
This recipe for brioche donuts is decadent and a true treat. If you’re looking to flex your brioche-making skills as well as get more comfortable with frying, this is the recipe to take on. You can do any flavor of jam, curd or pastry cream you want to fill, or leave them plain!
Is it just me other is everything bagel spice having a serious moment? Everything bagel spice is a mix of sesame seeds, caraway seeds, poppy seeds, dried onion, and salt. It’s a crunchy and salty mixture that is delish on almost everything. Seasoning this easy simple pull-apart bread is a fun and amazingly delicious breakfast… Continue reading Everything Bagel Spice Pull-Apart Bread
Here is a recipe for banana bread that uses peanut butter to give it a really moist, nutty flavor. It’s also vegan and gluten-free! This peanut butter-banana bread could just as easily be made with almond butter or sunbutter, but I like peanut butter 🙂 This vegan banana bread is so easy to make and… Continue reading Peanut Butter-Banana Bread (Vegan, Gluten-Free)
This is a recipe for mini orange-olive oil cake that is gluten free and dairy free. Using the whole orange and olive oil, these mini cakes are tender, moist, and not too sweet. What I also love is that they use the whole orange, peel and all, so it’s a low waste recipe! Try these… Continue reading Gluten-Free Orange Mini Cakes
Here’s a breakfast recipe you’ll put on repeat: a bacon, kale and hashbrown egg bake that feeds a crowd. It’s so filling and hearty! This bacon, kale and hashbrown egg bake is a budget-friendly, paleo, and Whole30 breakfast. It’s also a great breakfast meal prep idea or a brunch idea for a group – it… Continue reading Bacon, Kale and Hashbrown Frittata
Here’s a chorizo breakfast casserole recipe – it’s a protein-forward breakfast recipe that’s filling, savory, and big on flavor. With hash browns, spicy chorizo, onions, and eggs all baked into one dish, this is one of my favorite make-ahead breakfast recipes! The secret is the frozen hashbrowns — it makes this hashbrown and chorizo breakfast bake come together… Continue reading Chorizo Breakfast Casserole
Here’s a super Autumnal baking recipe: this pumpkin cake is all the best flavors of September + October in a bite. This is a slightly healthier than average bundt cake. It’s made with pumpkin, maple syrup, and cardamom, and topped with a yogurt-cardamom glaze. It’s my favorite pumpkin cake I’ve ever made, and the cardamom… Continue reading Healthy Pumpkin Bundt Cake
Here is a recipe for blueberry bars! These are inspired by blueberry muffins, but made into a bar formation. Whereas blueberry muffins can be dry and the ratio of blueberries to dough is off, these are perfectly jammy with the high blueberry content, have great lemon-zesty notes, and won’t put you into a sugar coma.