This post is sponsored in conjunction with #SpringSweetsWeek. I received product samples from sponsor companies to help in the creation of the #SpringSweetsWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone.
These little loaves are the perfect addition to your spring tea table! Just the right amount of sweetness, balanced by the tartness of the rhubarb. The bread is soft and spongy, and the crumbs add a great burst of texture and sweetness.
The little loaves are perfectly portioned for an afternoon tea – or to share with friends!
I wrapped up a yoga program right after Christmas and couldn’t decide what to do next – more yoga or something more intense? In true Kate fashion, I decided to not decide and tackle both. It’s been going pretty well, but it’s definitely made mornings more hectic so quick breakfasts have been clutch this month.
After a few days of grabbing a yogurt on my way to our homeschool classroom, I decided to revisit an old favorite: baked oatmeal.
I’ll confess: I’m not usually the pancake maker in our house. It’s usually Mark. He runs the kitchen in the morning.
Breakfast for dinner, though, it my domain – and one of my favorites.
Whether you’re doing breakfast for dinner or breakfast for breakfast, this basic recipe is a great one to have in your arsenal. It’s fast, delicious, and uses ingredients you probably have on hand right now.
If you’ve been a reader for a while, you know I love my sweet rolls. I also love hot chocolate so it seemed only proper that as part of this year’s Christmas sweets, I give a nod to both. These warm, sticky rolls are an ode to my favorite winter drink.
Chocolate dough is wrapped around swirls of melty chocolate chips and toasty marshmallows – and it’s all topped off with even more marshmallow cream. This is a perfect treat for brunch on Christmas day – or all winter long!
These two-bite treats are so versatile for the holidays and so easy to make! The pinwheels start with refrigerated pie dough and add a filling that’s ready in just a few pulses. The result is a flaky crust with a nutty, tangy filling – all topped off with a perfect, sweet icing that hardens nicely for easy storing.
Whether you’re serving these as part of a holiday breakfast or adding them to your cookie tray, they’ll be well received!
How do you turn enchiladas into a breakfast food? Wrap your favorite omelette fillings in tortillas, then pour egg over the top and bake. The result are these brunch-perfect enchiladas.
The egg mixture flows into the tortillas making each a perfect little bundle. They’re perfectly portioned and easy to serve for company – but they also reheat like a dream so you can make them for yourself and enjoy all week!