If you like your breakfast on a naturally sweet side, but want to keep it healthful and nutritious, this breakfast casserole is for you.
My sister never ceases to amaze me with her green thumb, her passion for gardening, and all her creative talents.
Her husband is not much into gardening, however his creativity complements hers, bringing it all to a beautiful finish, and giving it a special touch.
While my sister drafts and executes all the flower patches, as well as tends to them all, my brother-in-law uses his wood carving talent to turn every tree stump into an interesting carved piece of art.
Strawberry season is here again, hence time to use these fresh berries in my recipes. My daughter also gardens, and this year her rhubarb plant is doing exceptionally well. She shared her harvest with me, so I decided to create a pancake sauce out of her
My spinach is thriving this year, so my first harvest produced enough tender fresh leaves to make two spinach omelettes for breakfast, and a salad for dinner.
Everyone loves snacking, and there is nothing wrong with that. Actually, it is recommended to have 2-3 healthful snacks in addition to 3 regular meals per day.
The only issue with snacking is its contents, and portion size.