This colorful Vanilla-Cinnamon Spirulina Chia Pudding is a quick and easy breakfast recipe. It’s packed with nutrients, but don’t worry – it’s still delicious.
This Spiced Pumpkin Beer Bread is an incredibly easy homemade bread. No yeast. No rise time. No kneading. A warm slice is perfect on a cool fall morning!
These Spiced Pumpkin Protein Pancakes are full of protein and packed with warming fall flavor. They’re the perfect healthy, gluten-free breakfast for chilly mornings!
This Healthy Chocolate Chip Waffle is reminiscent of a Waffle House favorite. This waffle doesn’t sacrifice on flavor, but it’s much cleaner than its inspiration. Make a bunch to freeze for a quick breakfast!
Whether your schedule is packed or you’re moving houses, I cannot stress enough how useful it is to have meal deliveries. When Hello Fresh asked if we wanted to try out their meal delivery service, we jumped at the chance.
Easy Tomato-Basil Cottage Cheese Crepes are a perfect, healthier breakfast. No one will guess that these savory crepes are packed with protein!
It’s been awhile since I’ve gone into a week truly organized.
By awhile, I mean like 3 years.
This week I am actually organized, so I thought I’d link up to my
anal retentive super-organized friend Megan’s Week In Review. This is supposed to be a list of things accomplished… but I’m going with a mix of things I accomplished and things I’ve planned to accomplish. Gettin’ sh*t done, people!
This weekend I needed a break.
I put myself in social media time out.
Sometimes I get burnt out of it all. I do social media work as a business as well as for my blog, and sometimes I just need to step away.
This cheesy Pancetta and Caramelized Onion Quiche is perfect for Mother’s Day brunch or a simple brinner. You’ll be amazed at how quickly it comes together!
In a perfect world, breakfast would be eaten all day long. Which is why I love quiche – it seems perfectly acceptable to serve in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Not that I care about what’s acceptable… sorry mom.
Quiche is one of those dishes that you can throw together with whatever you have on hand. Who doesn’t love a meal that comes together without having to try too hard? I even keep a crust on my freezer for just such an occasion.
That’s right. I said freezer crust. One of the reasons this meal is so fabulous is that it’s fast… which means I’m not about to make a homemade crust. There are so many options out there, I just can’t justify spending the time to make it from scratch unless is a really, really special occasion.
Take this quiche base and make it your own. It can be made vegetarian with mushrooms, greens, bell peppers, etc. Use bacon instead of pancetta, or cooked chicken or other meat. Change up the herbs as well – I’m forever looking for a way to use up herbs from other recipes. Endless options, making it the perfect way to celebrate Earth Day this weekend (April 22) and join in this month’s Recipe ReDux challenge to reduce food waste. Whatever you would normally toss at the end of the week, reduce your food waste and use it in a quiche!
I served the version below at Easter brunch… and then I whipped up a second one STAT when I realized we had 3 additional guests. A true testament to the ease of this recipe. Special thanks to the prepared crust people for packaging them in twos. The second quiche was broccoli, bacon, and gruyere, FYI.
Mother’s Day is just 3 weeks away! This spring is flying by already.
Do you make your own crust?
What is your favorite quiche flavor combo?