Banana Raspberry “Muffins”

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I’m more apt to call these breakfast “quiches” rather than “muffins” because they don’t really have the texture of a muffin, but MAN were they GOOD! All in they took about 20 minutes to make, including oven time. I’ll be saving the powdered sugar and fruit toppings for a time when I actually make these for desert, but as breakfast they were a yummy paleo sweet treat.

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Cranberry Walnut Bread

2014-11-27 13.59.46I’m a big fan of tradition, and this has been a Thanksgiving tradition for several years now.  My friend Lori gave me the recipe, and my Mother-In-Law requests it every year for Thanksgiving, so I make it every year with pride!  I usually double the recipe and make 2 loaves because it’s great for breakfast in the morning.  Put a slice in the toaster oven then smother it with butter and you’re good to go!

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Baked Pears

2015-10-05 07.31.57 This is a great little fall breakfast alternative to my usual eggs and bacon.  The fruit and honey makes it naturally sweet, and the chopped up nuts give it just the right amount of crunch and texture.  It’s so decadent, though, that topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream it would make a fantastic desert, too!

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Momofuko’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

2015-10-02 11.59.30 No matter how hard you try you’ll never make it through life without the occasional “treat”!  These were Joe’s special request for the weekend, and I can’t say “no” to him!  He found this recipe from the Momofuko Milk Bar, and I have to say they are pretty darn delicious!

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