Today I am sharing you this gluten-free banana pancakes. I always love eating pancakes, however, I am allergic to anything with flour or wheat, I stopped eating pancakes. Until I found out that there is a gluten-free flour that I can buy. The price for gluten-free is a bit high but definitely worth it. My husband was telling me that sometimes you have to spend more on food to meet what you need.
This gluten-free banana pancake is not hard to make at all. In fact, when I was making this pancakes my husband and kids were like hmmm I wonder how it’s gonna taste. I used two ripe bananas, two organic eggs, ½ cup white sugar, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 1½ cup gluten-free flour and ½ cup milk. I used the electric mixer to make mix the butter well. Read more
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Tired of eating the same thing over and over again? Looking for new recipes ideas that you want to add to your daily cooking routine? Well, you have come to the right place! I’ve gathered these incredible casserole recipes from some of the awesome food bloggers I have met online that will definitely help you make-up your mind what to prepare for your family.
If you sign up on Pillsbury you know they send you some awesome recipes through your email. So since I have gotten few casserole recipes ideas from them, I thought I’d share it along here. This casserole they sent my emails is all delicious and so easy to make.
I am a big fan when it comes to making a casserole. Here at home, I cook our meal every day, however, when my schedule doesn’t permit I always just heat up leftovers. The casserole is one thing I enjoy making because it doesn’t require a lot of attention, all I have to do is gather all the ingredients put it in the baking casserole, put it in the oven wait until it’s done baking, take it out and it’s ready to serve. On this recipe round-up, I have included recipes you can make for breakfast, dinner, and lunch.
Since I started blogging again, I often go to Pinterest find new recipes that I want to try. My husband always tells me that being married to me is like being married to a chef because of all the meals I have made. What can I say cooking is my passion, for some reason it makes me happy and relaxes. Although, every now and then I tend to get lazy when it comes to cooking. That’s when I want something easy like a casserole.
There are so many casserole recipes out there. That’s why I worked hard making this list for you to help you find an awesome recipe that you and your family will enjoy. So I hope that this list will give you peace of mind when it comes to what meal to cook daily. Read more
Today I am sharing you these 18 Breakfast Recipes that are delicious and easy to make. I have included some irresistible recipes on this round-up. Most of these recipes can be made ahead of time. You can prepare this on Sunday and just put in the fridge, heat up what you want to eat and go. If you are like us sometimes who struggle cooking breakfast every day then you will love these recipes.
So let’s get started and hope you all enjoy it. If you would like to see a roundup for dinner or lunch ideas please leave your comments below and I will try to gather recipes for you. Thank you for stopping by here, and I hope that you enjoy these 18 breakfast recipes.
Chocolate Gravy is one gravy that my kids and husband love to have over their biscuits. Yesterday since it was Sunday I asked my husband and kids if they would like to have chocolate gravy. This chocolate gravy is very easy to make, with only a few ingredients needed. The gravy is ready within 10 minutes to 15 minutes. So you can make this gravy while your biscuits are baking in the oven.
This recipe was passed along to me by one of our customers. She told me that this recipe has been going and pass along in their family for a long time. I was very pleased and happy that she share it with me. There are times that I am lazy making gravy from scratch but sometimes it makes me feel good making from scratch just because my family loves it.
So if you love gravy, then you might want to give this recipe a try. Let’s get started with the recipe, everyone. Enjoy and let me know what you think about this recipe once you try it. Read more
When I am busy I try to prepare everything on Sunday afternoon. I always make meal for lunch to dinner, then the breakfast muffins. Today I want to share you this Breakfast Muffin Recipe I made for our breakfast. Easy to heat up and can last for awhile. This normally last until Friday, one muffin can is enough.
Remember to not put a lot in the muffin pan because this is going to raise up during the cooking process. Maybe just leave a little bit of space above that way your egg won’t be overflowing. Breakfast Muffin are really easy to make, also you can some vegetables that you want on your breakfast.
- 8 Large Eggs
- 1 big tomatoes chopped
- 1 medium onion chopped
- 1 small potatoes shredded & cook (optional)
- salt & pepper to taste
- Pre-heat the oven to 350 deg while you are cooking your potatoes.
- You can cook your shredded potatoes for about 5 minutes. But you can easily replace this with spinach or even leave it.
- If you are using the non stick pan go ahead and assemble your muffin.
- To assemble, start with onions – potatoes – tomatoes and then eggs.
- Let it cook until the egg is cook and you can store this in the fridge.
This is a very convenient breakfast to have especially if you are go go go. You can carry this for work without problem. Hope you all enjoy this Breakfast Muffin Recipe. Let me know what you all think everyone.