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Créme Brûlée French Toast

First, a confession: I don’t like sweet things for breakfast; never have. The list of breakfast things that are sweet that I didn’t eat growing up is VERRA LONG and I don’t want to bore you so here is the list of things that I ate as a child that were an the sweet spectrum: pancakes (sometimes if I puppy eyed just right I got waffles instead), muffins, and at

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McDonalds Breakfast for Every Canadian

Do you wake up with the cows? Do you sleep in until dinner? Do you periodically nap throughout the day? All of my sleepers, big and small, please stand up. If you’re Canadian and you love breakfast after a good sleep…this is for you. Quick confession: I eat McDonalds maybe once every few months. One of those burgers every blue moon is all I can really handle. And yet, if

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Baked Earl Grey Donuts with a Double Lemon Glaze

It’s 2017, so of course the first recipe I’m giving you is donuts. THEY’RE BAKED, so they’re healthy … right? If nothing else you can claim you are embracing the act of fika (the Swedish act of having coffee plus little sandwiches or pastries, which: WINNING) wholeheartedly this year. The best part about these donuts (other than the utterly delightful citrus taste) is the IMPACT they make. I mean: don’t

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Blueberry Cookies

ERMAHGERD … summer is over (I go by holidays), and WHUT? Seriosuly, where did the time go? Don’t get me wrong, totally ready for sweaters, boots, snuggly blankets and fire pits, and pumpkin spice flat whites … but, SUMMER. In an effort to hang on to the last days of summer (if it’s going to continue to be hot and humid, I’m going to carry on with all things summer

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Banana Walnut Farro Breakfast Bowl

I have a bit of a love affair going on with farro. It started a few years ago when I was looking for an alternative to quinoa (btw, I feel like I’m the only person in the world who doesn’t actually like the silly little grain … what are your thoughts about it?). Farro and quinoa are, nutritionally speaking, pretty close – except farro offers a smidge more protein per

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