If there were Oscars for food, this avocado toast recipe would be one of the nominees for being the most simple, easy, yet delicious. It’s light, creamy, crunchy, and is an excellent kick of energy. Perfect for breakfast or lunch.
Quiche is an easy, tasty dish that takes just 30 minutes to bake. It’s perfect to have one in the oven while doing your morning routine, and when the timer dings, you’ll have a delicious, hot, satisfying breakfast ready. And even better, it’s possible to prepare the evening before!
Whether you serve cornbread with cheese or a drizzle of honey, this healthy cornbread recipe is tender, moist and buttery with a balanced corn flavor. The interesting thing is that the cornbread can be sweet or savory depending on what you mix in the batter. This one bowl recipe is so versatile and considered an ideal base to create endless variations!
This bread pudding recipe is a great pick for those who are looking for a hassle-free weekend breakfast. It takes very little effort to prepare and it’s delicious— all you have to do is mix the wet ingredients together, add it to the bread, and bake. It couldn’t get any easier.
This cucumber water recipe makes one of the most refreshing drinks ever. It’s not only yummy and healthy, but the cucumber slices placed neatly in the glass bottle with water look so lovely that everyone in my household loves it instantly!
Calling for only 2 ingredients, this lime water recipe is packed with amazing health benefits. In fact, drinking a glass of warm lime water every morning after waking up is one of the simplest ways to set out on your weight-loss journey.
Three basic ingredients and a juicer is all that you’ll need to make this healthy homemade juice. Slightly sweet and perfectly balanced in taste, this carrot juice recipe gives you an antioxidant boost, a decent kickstart for the day.
This scalloped potatoes recipe takes only minutes to prep and less than an hour to cook. If your morning tasks overwhelm you, make a large batch at the weekends, freeze them as individual servings and reheat them when you need them.
Does banana bread remind you of your momma? Maybe you have memories of it being a greeting gift for your new neighbors, or your very first something you cooked at those summer camps back in the 90s? Yeah I know, those bygone butter-smeared little banana cakes once held our anticipation and happiness back in the…
This tomato bruschetta recipe is no stranger to Italians and Italian food lovers. It may only call for a few ingredients, but don’t let that fool you. Simplicity is what makes it complex.
You can eat them with your toasts on a busy morning. Add them into a quinoa salad. Put them into the hollow of an avocado and bake them together. Eat them with baked asparagus in olive oil. Or with french fries if you’re in need of some carbs.
No time for cooking? No time for breakfast? No worries. This overnight oats recipe has come to the rescue. You can now save time and maybe even stay in bed a little longer in the morning. No more hangry mornings!