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Chia pudding is one of my favorite summer breakfasts and this Rose and Hibiscus Tea Chia Pudding hits the spot! Delicate floral notes simmered into creamy nondairy milk, this chia pudding is the perfect breakfast with all of your favorite fruits.
It is hot outside! So let’s uncook everything, shall we?
It just hit 100 degrees here in Philly. The LAST thing I want to eat when it is this hot out is something warm, especially for breakfast. However, this tea infused chia pudding is the one thing I will turn my stove on for because it is just that GOOD.
Don’t worry. It’s only for five minutes.
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Simple food means Tamago Egg Sushi Rice Bowls for breakfast or lunch! Pair them with cubed avocado for a delicious and quick meal.
Especially at this point in the quarantine, I am looking for simpler meals. At first, I went all out with some extravagant dinners (and sometimes I still do). But some weeks ago, I discovered that all I want to eat are eggs and rice which might be the most satisfying combo ever. As a kid, I loved tamago, which is an egg sushi. I thought, why not deconstruct it and make some tamago egg sushi rice bowls? And y’all, these babies are freaking DELISH.
So let’s get started shall we?
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Tofu scramble gets a bad rap, but the best Curried Tofu Scramble is the way to make tofu scramble sound so darn delicious. Tofu is dusted in curry and cumin and crisped up in a cast iron pan. It is the perfect breakfast or lunch for a busy weekday or for weekend brunch!
Tofu scramble used to intimidate me… I know that sounds absolutely ridiculous but hear me out. Tofu is one of those ingredients that I love, but I feel a lot of people are skeptical of the bland taste and funny texture. Therefore, it is up to me to try and convince you that you can make tofu taste delicious. And y’all, this Curried Tofu Scramble might take the cake. It is full of both flavor and crispy bits.
Who doesn’t like crispy goodness?
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With summer tomatoes in full swing, this Shakshuka Panzanella Salad gives a fresh take on one of your favorite stew-ish delicious salads. Fresh tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and bread combined with herbs give you one heck of a fresh summer salad. Top with a poached, soft boiled, or fried egg for the perfect summer lunch or dinner!
Because if there was any day to make a salad that does not seem like a salad, it is today.
We love salads up in here, but, sometimes, you want that salad that is pretending to be something it should be. And a bread salad aka a panzanella definitely fits what we need for quick work week lunches and dins.
It’s a party up in here for sure!
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We are on a south of the border kick over here.
Seriously, you need to do yourself a favor (or better yet, a f(l)avor) and make these bad boys up. I know y’all might pause at the fact that I am seriously writing up a recipe for avocado toast… but think of this more as a major sign to flavortown.
Oh no… am I turning into Guy Fieri?
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These chickpea flour pancakes are seriously one of the best things I’ve ever consumed.
Not being dramatic in the slightest. I swear.
It’s spring so we are THISSSS close to tomato season. My love of tomatoes has been documented time and again before (along with my love of pancakes and all things Josh Groban), but for some reason, I am just so pumped to get these little guys back in my life… and this recipe makes me extra excited.
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Can I convince you to eat something with beets for breakfast? If it looks like this, absolutely!
I’ve mentioned this before, but my childhood was filled with beets. We would go to the amish market whenever we visited my aunt. My mom would pick up a GALLON of pickled beets. Between the five of us, they lasted MAYBE two weeks.
That always led to some very interesting discussions about number 1 and number 2, if you catch my drift.
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I can feel the hesitancy on your face. Just go on me with this.
This is just one of those things that us Americans need to get better about. The question of “what foods belong at breakfast.” We clearly do not have a problem with eating eggs or even smoothie bowls. So why should we limit what choices we have for dinner. I say… POWER TO THE PEOPLE!
It’s totally worth it
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Buckwheat is definitely the sexiest form of pancake.
I know because I’ve had them all. I am very particular about the pancakes I consume. My dad every Saturday would make stacks and stacks of buckwheat pancakes. I loved going downstairs and eating a huge stack. Then, I might follow that up with a pancake chaser/snack sometime in the afternoon. And then of course, there were the pancakes that I would take in a Ziploc bag to lunch at school. I would eat them cold, smeared with peanut butter.
I was living my best life, even at 8.
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