This easy and flavorful potato Shakshuka recipe for the skillet or crockpot is a dish that can be served for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
This Raspberry Sauce, or “Hembear mush” as we called it in Pennsylvania Dutch, is a sweet and vibrant wild black raspberry sauce perfect for pouring over pancakes, waffles, desserts and so much more!
These Buttermilk pancakes from scratch taste so much better than boxed/bagged mixes and only take 15-20 minutes to whip up! See my favorite pancake variations on the recipe page.
These light and fluffy butter milk pancakes are filled with fruit and make a scrumptious yet easy breakfast!
This fruit salad only takes minutes to throw together and the flavors of lemon and peppermint help to make those fruit flavors pop!
These Paninis can be done in 15 minutes or less. The Panini and dipping sauce combination is delicious!
This Breakfast Hash is a great way to use up leftover ham. The flavors of the seasonings, veggie mixture, eggs and potatoes combine to make a hearty and delicious breakfast or brunch!
This quick and easy French toast has a creamy, lightly sweetened-center with cream cheese and fresh fruit, and golden, crispy French toasts encasing it.
Soft Pretzel breakfast wraps were a favorite of mine while working at an Amish market. Made with egg, cheese, bacon and soft pretzel dough they make a great Brunch or snack item!
This Quiche is a great dish to wake up to, or to serve at your next brunch. Made with Bacon, ham, cheese and veggies, it’s a delicious crowd pleaser that is very easy to make!