Sourdough Walnut-Pear Waffles

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Discovering sourdough was a very good thing. These waffles are some of our favorites! The sweetness of the pears and the crunch of the walnuts with a hint of ginger, topped with maple cream…it doesn’t get much better than this! You’ll want to give these a try.  Continue reading “Sourdough Walnut-Pear Waffles”

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Apple Pie Scones {with Maple Glaze}

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So I took a traditional scone recipe and fall-erized it. Think apples, cinnamon, nutmeg, and the most amazing maple glaze with more cinnamon. These taste like apple pie in the form of a flaky and buttery scone. These are melt in your mouth delicious.

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Raspberry Cheesecake Muffins

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When a friend meets me after church with a container of freshly picked raspberries and says, “Just because I’m thankful you’re my friend” it calls for baking something special. Raspberries are my favorite and I hope to have bushes of my own someday. I love friends and was reminded how a simple gesture like that can totally make someones day. Thanks Diane for spreading sunshine! Continue reading “Raspberry Cheesecake Muffins”

Coates Granola Recipe

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I stumbled across the Coates Granola recipe a few months ago and have been loving it ever since. With only eight ingredients, it can be mixed together in a matter of minutes! The crunch of the nuts and sweetness of the maple syrup make it exceptionally delicious. This is the last granola recipe you will ever need.

A huge THANK YOU to Gretta Coates, for sharing your talents and time by personalizing this recipe with your beautiful photos. You are truly gifted and I’m so privileged to share some of your work here. If you would like to see more of Gretta’s Photography go to http://www.grettagraphy.com  Continue reading “Coates Granola Recipe”

Sunrise Chia Pudding

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If you haven’t discovered Chia Seeds, I would highly recommend you give them a try! This is my new favorite way of eating them…creamy, healthy, and delicious. I love serving this on the side for breakfast with any kind of fresh fruit. It also makes a great snack. Trust me. I know!

Chia seeds are a great source of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and other minerals. Or at least thats what I’ve read. Do your own research if your curious on the health benefits! =)  Continue reading “Sunrise Chia Pudding”

Gingerbread Crepes {with Candied Pecans}

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These Gingerbread Crepes are the perfect ending to your weekend brunch! The candied pecans take them over the top. Its that time of the year for crisp mornings with all things pumpkin, gingerbread, and warm lattes. Continue reading “Gingerbread Crepes {with Candied Pecans}”

Spinach/Sausage Egg Muffins

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Got 5 minutes? These delicious egg muffins are a cinch to whip up. I like to prepare them the night before so that my eyes can stay shut as long as possible in the AM. They come together in no time and are very versatile in what you put in.  Continue reading “Spinach/Sausage Egg Muffins”