It’s only Tuesday, and I’m already over this week. Read More This Open Thread is Waiting for the Weekend
Sesame Street continues to have amazing points about how to live your life. Tom Hiddleston and Cookie Monster were on to something when it comes to delayed gratification. Read More Delayed Gratification Works for Me
End your Tuesday well with breakfast for dinner. Read More This Open Thread Is A Breakfast Machine
Breakfast food is ALWAYS appropriate.
Looking for something different to make for breakfast? These lemon ricotta pancakes are different enough yet still easy to make. The recipe can be found in the French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook, as well as on frenchwomendontgetfat.com. As always with French Women Don’t Get Fat, keep in mind that it was a diet program that was popular in the mid-2000s, so while the rhetoric might be a little much, the recipes are still worth it. Read More Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
There are many, many people in my life that have taken up the same cause when it comes to my health: getting me to eat breakfast. I’m the type of person who gives myself 15 minutes to get ready for work, and breakfast doesn’t quite fit in that time frame. Occasionally I’ll grab some fruit, or a yogurt, or something quick and simple. An omelet never fits into the equation. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Breakfast Anyone?
In theory, I knew that a casserole version of French toast was possible, but I’d never tried it. With a can of pumpkin puree hanging about my cabinet, I stumbled upon a recipe that claimed to be both easy and pumpkin pie-flavored. I decided to give it a go.
Breakfast can break the fast any time of day. By thinking this way, you can eat waffles on a Wednesday night or have bacon for lunch on Monday. In other words: there are many personal benefits from breaking breakfast free from morningtimes. Read More Pancakes for Everybody