Before the pumpkin season leave, there’s got to be a fun and easy recipe to try! Here’s one: Pumpkin Waffles.
Pumpkin Waffles by Cooking Classy
I found this recipe on Cooking Classy – looks lovely doesn’t it? You can pair waffles with your favorite syrup (perhaps maple) along with eggs or bacon or sausage. Don’t forget something to drink! A latte or hot apple cider would fair nicely with this fall meal. 😉
Check out the full recipe here and enjoy!
Every time the word “bacon” is in a sentence, it is bound to be something good. 😀
I found this recipe for Bacon and Egg Muffins from The Midnight Baker. By the way, there are some other awesome recipes on this site.
Looks good right? And you can have all the ingredients made in a muffin tin (hence the “muffin” part of the name)! For a full meal, I would suggest a side of hash browns (homefries) or toast and a bold cup of coffee. Not into coffee? A nice glass of orange juice would do the trick. 😉 Go check out the recipe!
I love the weekend but Saturdays are my favorite! It’s something about the wind-down at the end of the week that makes me so relaxed. Maybe it’s the completion factor that I love.
In any case, I also love the weekends because I finally get to have a full sit-down-with-a-fork breakfast. All week long I’m rushing out the house with a sandwich of sorts or running a tad behind trying to make a to-go bowl of oatmeal. I have ventured into the smoothie breakfasts, but it just doesn’t cut it for me everyday. Am I the only one who needs to physically chew food in order to feel like the meal is fulfilling?
Well, my friends, that is why I’m beginning a new Saturday series called Saturday Yumminess. This series is all about those relaxing moments on the weekend and wanting to try a new delicious sit-down-with-a-fork breakfast. I will feature a new “from scratch” breakfast recipe whether it is a side or a main course. Of course, the recipes can go for the whole week if you want, not exclusively on Saturdays. 😉
The first recipe I will feature is from Just A Taste: Easy Cinnamon French Toast Sticks!
Yes, french toast sticks are technically a fingerfood. However, you can make a full “fork-ful” (<– surely not a real word) meal with eggs and real/fake bacon or sausage on the side. You can also add a variety of berries as your side dish. Don’t forget the syrup!
Go check out the recipe from Kelly and make some yourself! 😉
Bon appetit mes amis!