Ideas for breakfast.
Overnight oats are a no-cook, easy-to-make breakfast option that's both nutritious and versatile. By soaking oats in milk or a milk alternative overnight, you create a creamy, pudding-like porridge that's perfect for busy mornings.
This basic recipe serves as a foundation, which you can customize with various toppings and flavors to suit your taste. The beauty of overnight oats lies in their versatility.
The warm embrace of Japanese tradition.
This is a traditional pap served with a spicy tomato relish, combining the comforting texture of maize porridge with the tangy and sweet flavors of a homemade chakalaka-inspired relish.
Cheyenne batter bread is a traditional Native American bread originating from the Cheyenne tribe. It's a simple yet delicious bread made with minimal ingredients and can be cooked either in the oven or over an open fire. This bread has a dense texture and slightly crispy crust, making it perfect for serving alongside soups, stews, or as a base for open-faced sandwiches. The recipe is straightforward and easy to prepare.
At breakfast or tea time, toasted bread with chocolate spread is delicious and it is easy to do your own chocolate spread at home.
This recipe is good for dinner or a hearty breakfast. If using garlic and rosemary marinade to flavor the chops, skip the olive oil in the recipe.
A good recipe to use some of those black walnuts from Missouri.
Make a delicious dessert, snack or breakfast treat with this easy chia pudding recipe. It calls for only four ingredients and is packed with protein, vitamins and minerals. Plus, it's 100% vegan-friendly.
Pain perdu It is similar to a French toast. The French who arrived to Louisiana from Canada brought this recipe with them.