Once again, I am on a brinner roll. Breakfast for dinner makes a weekly appearance at my house. I love brinner. It’s almost a comfort food for me. Plus, the leftovers at brinner are perfect for breakfast the next day! This time, I decided to make something from scratch I never have before: biscuits. You won’t believe how easy this recipe is. You can also make these four ingredient biscuits with simple ingredients you may already have.
Now that Christmas has come and gone, I should probably finish my last installment of Christmas candies. Although, who am I kidding? Candy is perfect any time of the year. However, I specifically made this recipe for my family for Christmas. I have made it a few times, and it’s always been a hit. It’s another salty and sweet combination, and we all know how much I love salty and sweet.
If you have read or scrolled through some of my previous posts, you already know I love brinner. You also probably know I love sweet items at breakfast time. Oh, and you know my recipe for Cinnamon and Vanilla Waffles and Lite French Toast by heart. Well in keeping with the spirit of waffles and French toast, I wanted to complete the trifecta of traditional breakfast sweets. Who would I be if I made waffles and french toast but not the much loved pancake?
I have always been a fan of the “old fashioned” Christmas candies. This love comes from many years of enjoying candies as a kid and making them as an adult. There is one type of old fashioned candy I love to make above all others: fudge. I have been making fudge since I was in high school. I have made this particular recipe countless times, and I will say it is my most requested recipe by my family every Christmas.
I’ve posted a few times about how I love Italian food. Pizza is probably my favorite food of all foods. I’ve probably said this as well. And yet I haven’t made pizza on this blog yet. I have some future plans for pizzas I would like to try, but this post comes with a recipe I have been making for a few years. It is a form of pizza, kind of. It tastes like a delicious pizza casserole of sorts. I’ve enjoyed this recipe for several years, and it is very easy to make.
Merry Christmas! I hope this post finds you eating some delicious treats and spending time with loved ones. This may seem like an odd post for Christmas, but I think all food is perfect during the holidays. One of the most comforting foods, to me, is pasta. Pasta is one of my favorite foods. I especially love it in casseroles when it is melty and cheesy. This recipe does just that!
Merry Christmas Eve! Hard to believe it is that time again. In my quest to make simpler desserts around the holidays, I came across some posts about vanilla wafers being transformed into cakes. You may have seen these across Pinterest or on the boxes of vanilla wafers at the store. They seemed very easy, and this fit the bill of easy desserts to make before Christmas. I’m so glad I gave these a try!
I love Italian food. Pizza and pasta are two things I could never give up eating. While pasta isn’t necessarily lower calorie, it is very filling, and you can do a lot of things with it. One of my favorite dishes is lasagna. I love pasta, cheese, and sauce layered together in melty goodness. I’ve been making this easy cheese lasagna for a few years now, and it has not failed me yet.
So, this post won’t really have a true recipe at the end. The reason for this is because you can totally customize this dish to fit your wants. I love recipes like this because as a picky eater, I often have to adapt recipes to my tastes anyway. Breakfast foods are one of the easiest to manipulate to your own tastes. I happen to love brinner (breakfast for dinner), so this dish came along at dinner time in my house.
Sometimes the holidays can be overwhelming. You may have a lot of cooking, baking, wrapping, shopping, and work to do before Christmas comes. It can be nice to have no fuss candy to make, either for guests, gifts, or yourself. I have started my own tradition of making Christmas treats for my family instead of buying the packaged candies. I love making candy and treats for others, so this year I wanted to do something I haven’t made for anyone: haystacks.