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  • Chicken Alfredo is perfect for a weeknight dinner
  • Super juicy pieces of chicken in a smooth and creamy, extra cheesy alfredo sauce.

Then we are layering the puff pastry with a quick schmear of creamy Swiss-ified cheese sauce, an egg, and some diced ham. Finally, we are baking it all together into something adorable, delicious, and brunchy. A sprinkle of chives, salt, and pepper on top would make you look kinda fancy, too. I know regular alfredo is also super simple and only takes about 15 minutes too, but this is the kind of recipe where you throw everything in a pot, set it and forget it.

There are juicy pieces of chicken, perfectly al dente noodles, and a rich sauce that clings to each and every piece of pasta. It’s satisfaction in a bowl and it’s all made in the instant pot.

Brunch cups, as I’m calling them, start with a little puff pastry tucked into a muffin tin. Then we are layering the puff pastry with a quick schmear of creamy Swiss-ified cheese sauce, an egg, and some diced ham. Finally, we are baking it all together into something adorable, delicious, and brunchy. A sprinkle of chives, salt, and pepper on top would make you look kinda fancy, too.

The classic chocolate chip cookie can do no wrong and only makes life better, happier…and much more satisfying

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Don’t reach for one right away. 


At first, I was going to do my basic tahini dressing, but then the thought of a basil dressing came t0 mind so I switched it up.

It’s a simple mix of basil pesto, tahini, and lemon. I also added a splash of red wine vinegar. The tahini makes it extra creamy and the pesto adds that herby, garlicky flavor. And when you toss it all together with the crispy chicken?

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The classic chocolate chip cookie can do no wrong and only makes life better, happier…and much more satisfying. I know you know what I’m talking about, cookies are just GOOD. I’m not sure why, but I’ve really been on a HUGE cookie kick this year. Maybe it’s because most are easy to make. Or maybe it’s because cookies bring back the best memories for me. Or maybe it’s just because the world simply needs more cookies this year. Either way, I’m loving cookies.

It’s a simple mix of basil pesto, tahini, and lemon. I also added a splash of red wine vinegar. The tahini makes it extra creamy and the pesto adds that herby, garlicky flavor. And when you toss it all together with the crispy chicken?

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I’m excited to share these with you guys!! Especially because it’s no secret that when it comes to breakfast recipes, more times than not, I’m going to share something on the sweeter side. It’s not that I don’t love a savory breakfast recipe, because I do. It’s more that I enjoy sweet breakfast recipes in the morning and savory eggs for lunch or dinner…but that’s just me! Anyway, the point is, I rarely share savory breakfast recipes, so I’m overly excited to share these eggs.

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How cute are these egg boats? When I set out to make these, I really wasn’t sure how they would turn out. But I ended up loving the recipe! Sometimes I go into a recipe being very unsure about it. But it’s the best when I’m presently surprised by the outcome…just love when that happens! And, these boats couldn’t be easier to make or more delicious.

Let’s talk. And eat these drippy, buttery, thick little brunch cups


The classic chocolate chip cookie can do no wrong and only makes life better, happier…and much more satisfying. I know you know what I’m talking about, cookies are just GOOD. I’m not sure why, but I’ve really been on a HUGE cookie kick this year. Maybe it’s because most are easy to make. Or maybe it’s because cookies bring back the best memories for me. Or maybe it’s just because the world simply needs more cookies this year. Either way, I’m loving cookies.


I’m excited to share these with you guys!! Especially because it’s no secret that when it comes to breakfast recipes, more times than not, I’m going to share something on the sweeter side. It’s not that I don’t love a savory breakfast recipe, because I do. It’s more that I enjoy sweet breakfast recipes in the morning and savory eggs for lunch or dinner…but that’s just me! Anyway, the point is, I rarely share savory breakfast recipes, so I’m overly excited to share these eggs.

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The classic chocolate chip cookie can do no wrong and only makes life better, happier…and much more satisfying. I know you know what I’m talking about, cookies are just GOOD. I’m not sure why, but I’ve really been on a HUGE cookie kick this year. Maybe it’s because most are easy to make. Or maybe it’s because cookies bring back the best memories for me. Or maybe it’s just because the world simply needs more cookies this year. Either way, I’m loving cookies.

Special ingredients


You can try adding a touch of cream of tartar (1/4 teaspoon), vinegar (1/4 teaspoon), or lemon juice (1/4 teaspoon) to help whip up your eggs. Cream of tartar, vinegar, and lemon juice are all acids that help stabilize the egg whites and encourage them to get extra whipped.

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Once you prep your ingredients, you’re ready to bake! Here’s what you need to do:

First, combine the dry and wet ingredients in two separate bowls. In a medium bowl, whisk together the flours, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt. In a large bowl, whisk together the almond milk, oil, eggs, sugar, and vanilla

Once the boats come out of the oven, top them with crispy bacon and fresh basil. I usually add a little more pesto as well. Then, slice and enjoy.

On a cool spring morning, nothing gets me out of bed like the thought of these strawberry muffins. To me, they’re the perfect balance of cozy and refreshing. Cozy because they’re moist, fluffy, and warmly spiced with cinnamon. And refreshing because they’re packed to the brim with fresh fruit. I love savoring one for breakfast with a cup of coffee or tea and grabbing another in the afternoon for a sweet, yet still wholesome, snack.

On a cool spring morning, nothing gets me out of bed like the thought of these strawberry muffins. To me, they’re the perfect balance of cozy and refreshing. Cozy because they’re moist, fluffy, and warmly spiced with cinnamon. And refreshing because they’re packed to the brim with fresh fruit. I love savoring one for breakfast with a cup of coffee or tea and grabbing another in the afternoon for a sweet, yet still wholesome, snack.

On a cool spring morning, nothing gets me out of bed like the thought of these strawberry muffins. To me, they’re the perfect balance of cozy and refreshing. Cozy because they’re moist, fluffy, and warmly spiced with cinnamon. And refreshing because they’re packed to the brim with fresh fruit.

The classic chocolate chip cookie can do no wrong and only makes life better, happier…and much more satisfying. I know you know what I’m talking about, cookies are just GOOD. I’m not sure why, but I’ve really been on a HUGE cookie kick this year. Maybe it’s because most are easy to make. Or maybe it’s because cookies bring back the best memories for me.

Simple and easy right? And so so good!


You can try adding a touch of cream of tartar (1/4 teaspoon), vinegar (1/4 teaspoon), or lemon juice (1/4 teaspoon) to help whip up your eggs. Cream of tartar, vinegar, and lemon juice are all acids that help stabilize the egg whites and encourage them to get extra whipped.

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Beet and Burrata Salad with Fried Bread

Beet and Burrata Salad with Fried Bread

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These small but sophisticated blender cakes are not only eye-catching, but full of bright flavor. The rosemary syrup glaze is a must to complete the flavor profile.
prep time
15 min
cooking time
53 min
servings
4
total time
45 min

Equipment

  • Measuring cups

  • Wooden spoons

  • Peeler

  • Whisk

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf ciabatta bread

  • tablespoon extra virgin olive oil

  • 2 tablespoons everything bagel spice (optional)

  • 5-6 large eggs

  • 1/4 cup milk or heavy cream

  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives

  • 1 cup baby spinach, roughly chopped

  • 1/2 cup shredded Havarti or gouda cheese

  • kosher salt and black pepper

  • red pepper flakes

Instructions

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Notes

Kid-Friendly Adaptation: Cook the chicken in broth instead of buffalo sauce. Shred and drain off excess liquid. Put some of the chicken aside for the kiddos (plain, no sauce) and toss the remaining chicken with the buffalo sauce before you broil it.
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