This is what I want Mother’s Day morning for breakfast. Who wouldn’t? I found this great, new, cool pan by Nordicware (see below) that is so fun and simple to use. Simply make your favorite pancake batter and spoon 2 tablespoons into each silver dollar indention, and that’s it. I love this Low-Fat Organic Pancake Waffle recipe, but if I’m in a rush, I highly recommend Whole Food’s Organic Buttermilk Pancake Mix. These are awesome, and they are as good as they look!
This recipe is perfect for this time of year when spring brunch celebrations are upon us. When we have family brunches, I am always asked to make this version of Blueberry French Toast. It’s my niece, Jamie’s, favorite, as well as my kids. This recipe is a breeze and can be done overnight. Just see the directions under “preparation” below. It can also be done with strawberries or even bananas in the middle of the cream cheese layer. I love to use Challah bread, but if you can’t find that, use a good French bread.
Look for me today on The NBC 13 show in Birmingham “Daytime Alabama” at 11:30 central time in Birmingham. I will post the link next week for those of you who are outside the viewing area.
Welcome to the launch of the updated look of Ingredients, Inc. I started my blog on October 25, 2008, so 5 months later, here I am. I want to to thank all of my supportive loyal fans and subscribers, and I hope you as well as new friends will like this new look as much as I do. Take a moment to look at the “shop” button where I have listed a few of my favorite items. I will be attending the International Housewares show this weekend in Chicago to add new unique items to the store.
In the meantime, I thought I would feature a new favorite recipe I developed using marscarpone cheese. This recipe is so easy to prepare, and it’s as delectable as it looks. I have made these several times, and kids and adults are wowed. It’s the perfect springtime light dessert so let me know what you think. Best, Alison