Peanut Butter Banana Foster Crepes

Peanut Butter Banana Foster Crepes

Here is a yummy and different breakfast or dessert recipe! These crepes are very versatile. They were yummy with peanut butter and jelly, fresh bananas and peanut butter, and then my favorite peanut butter and bananas foster. On a side note check out my amazing new mixer below from Wayfair. Isn’t the color just so fun and amazing! They have lots of fun new colors. Best hand-mixer out there for sure! Peanut Butter Banana Foster Crepes Crepes:1 cup flourpinch of kosher salt3 eggs1 to 1 1/3 cups whole milk2 Tablespoons melted butter Combine ingredients in a bowl and use hand mixer …

Peanut Butter S’more Pancakes

Peanut Butter S’more Pancakes

Before I get to the recipe for this amazing “fully loaded” breakfast let me tell ya a little about where I came up with these. I have a group of 7 girlfriends who love to get together. We all have children around the same ages (5 years and younger), we live within a 15 mile radius, we spend hours and hours laughing together, go on girls trips for our birthdays, even our husbands love getting together for group dates. I feel very very lucky to have them. Whenever one of us has a hard day they always know that at …

All Natural Maple Syrup

All Natural Maple Syrup

Pancakes and french toast happen atleast once a week in our house. The boys love pancakes and my husband’s favorite is french toast! We rotate through a few different kinds of syrups buttermilk, coconut, and boysenberry. But now this new recipe will defiantly be in the rotation! My 5 year old practically wanted to drink it! Unfortunately most syrups are PACKED full of sugar so when Zulka sent me a large bag of their all natural sugar it gave me the perfect opportunity to make something I knew my family would love but in an organic way! All-Natural Maple Syrup 2 cups water2 …

Maple Long John Doughnuts

Maple Long John Doughnuts

Happy National Doughnut Day!  To celebrate I have a recipe for maple long johns (which of course are one of my favorites!) These doughnuts do take a little bit of time because they have to rise twice, but they are pretty easy and fun for the whole family!Maple Long John Doughnutsyields about 18 doughnuts1 heaping Tablespoon of yeast (active dry)1 Tablespoon sugar1/4 cup warm water1 cup warm milk1/4 cup butter, softened1/4 cup sugar1/2 teaspoon salt1 egg3 1/2 cups flourOilPlace water, sugar, and yeast in a bowl and let sit for 5 minutes. While that is sitting place milk on stove …

Quick and Easy Biscuits and Gravy

Quick and Easy Biscuits and Gravy

Quick and Easy Biscuits and Gravy 1 bag Grand’s Buttery Tastin’ Biscuits (in the freezer section) or your favorite biscuits 2 Tablespoons Oil 1 lb. Jimmy Dean Sausage (in the tube) 1/4 cup Wondra (quick mixing flour for sauces and gravies) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper Milk (enough to cover meat) Bake biscuits, while baking put oil in saucepan, add sausage and brown; break into small pieces, when cooked add salt and pepper and sprinkle Wondra; mix (Wondra will clump around meat and absorb liquid, add milk (cover meat entirely) and stir constantly on medium until it boils. If gravy …

Crepe trio

Crepe trio

Crepes aren’t our usual Saturday or Sunday morning breakfast. Usually its french toast or pancakes. But these happen on occasion (usually when we have had breakfast for supper that week) and I love them! Fun and Classy! Crepe TrioCrepe Batter 1 cup flourpinch of salt3 eggs1 to 1 1/3 cups milk2 Tablespoons melted butter Combine ingredients in blender and blend until smooth and lump free. Let sit for a few minutes. Add more milk if the batter isnt really thin. (like the consisency of light cream), This can be made ahead up to 2 1/2 hours but may need to …

24-Hour Cinnamon Rolls

24-Hour Cinnamon Rolls

These cinnamon rolls may look like they take a lot of time. But they don’t if you plan ahead! I make these before I go to bed at night and then wake up and cook them and they are all ready to go! Combine yeast, sugar, and water and let sit for 10 minutes. Add salt, eggs, oil, and 5 cups of flour. Mix for 5 minutes. Add the remaining 5 cups of flour and mix for 5-7 minutes. Let rise an hour.   Place dough on a floured countertop Roll into a rectangle.Spread with melted butter (I use almost …