Don't be a short order cook this holiday season. Set out some of these easy and impressive dishes and everyone in the family will be happy -- especially you.
Flourless desserts . The most popular kids on the block these days as far as treats go. Of course this is nothing new. Gluten free flourless baking has been taking over our generation for quite awhile now but I wouldn't be myself if I wasn't late to the popular party.
I never knew why she picked me as a friend in junior high school in the early 1960s. All I cared about was make-up, clothes, boys, dates, weight and hairstyles. She cared nothing for these concerns.
This how-to breakdown of CREAMY oatmeal is super simple and you can play it up however you want as long as you stick to two of the basics: Milk and Vanilla Yogurt. These are essentials to make your oatmeal the dreamiest creamiest breakfast bowl.
One of my favorite things to eat for breakfast is oatmeal, which is no wonder I've come up with a variety of ways to make
You deserve a cozy bowl of steel cut oats studded with vanilla beans, maple syrup and cinnamon spice. Superwoman can't save the world without the proper fuel ya know?
A few ingredients can make your boring old breakfast much more decadent.
New find suggests humans were eating grains long before the rise of agriculture.
Breakfast is my favorite meal, hands down!
If you're not a fan of coconut, you'll probably argue that I went over the top.
Forget Little Debbie -- fresh, homemade oatmeal cream pies are where it's at.
Oatmeal breakfast bars packed with protein, peanut butter and chocolate. What more could you want in breakfast, really?
It's cold outside: crank up the oven and wake your family with the smell of something good! There's nothing quite like the smell of warm, sticky cinnamon buns on a blustery winter morning.
These comforting breakfast treats are like a cross between scones and oatmeal cookies: buttery and tender on the inside, crisp and craggy on the outside, and chockfull of oats, pecans and currants.
As much as we love spreading holiday cheer, our shopping list seems to have gotten a little bit out of control. Instead of buying gift cards or cute holiday mugs, we've decided to take the handmade route for quite a few people on our list.
Whether the cause of your drowsiness is stress, jet lag or a booked social calendar, it can be a struggle to get enough sleep
1. Oatmeal can keep you fuller than some other breakfast foods. That glorious fiber that oatmeal boasts has the power to