Try my Irish Apple Cake for a sweet way to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day! The cake is loaded with juicy Granny Smith Apples and nicely spiced with cinnamon and vanilla.
My Apple Butter Cake Bars with Maple Glaze make a great breakfast bite or afternoon snack dunked in tea or coffee. They are loaded with sweet apple butter and perfectly spiced with cinnamon and cloves. I add golden raisins for a delightful chewiness in this otherwise extremely moist square. The maple drizzle takes the flavor over the top and sets in about 10 minutes, so you can pack these bars to go for busy mornings. Make some today with your Farmer Owned Ingredients for a treat your whole family will love!
This New Year’s Day, try my Hash Brown Egg Cups for a brunch that is as delicious as it is easy to make. Crispy hash browns are topped with egg, cheese and a sprinkle of bacon for the perfect breakfast bite. Use your Farmer Owned ingredients to make this tasty treat for a holiday brunch your friends and family will love.
In a pinch, grilled asparagus topped with a poached egg makes an easy and delicious brunch! With just a few ingredients, you can whip up this healthy morning delight in mere minutes. The creamy eggs make this dish taste so decadent that your friends and family will never know how simple it is! Make this dish today using your Farmer Owned ingredients and you’ll be glad you did!
Every Thursday morning, my girl friends and I gather for tea and scones before work. We started our little tradition to ensure we would have time to see each other as our lives become more hectic. Work, significant others, travel, family events, whatever the reason, as we’ve aged it seems harder and harder to assemble.
Quiche is maybe the only food you can have for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In the morning, it makes the perfect plate with a pile of seasonal berries or a few slices of bacon. For lunch, serve it with a side salad for something easy and elegant. And at dinnertime, it makes a decadent but not too filling starter before a fancy meal.
Some of my earliest memories of cooking involve breakfast. I remember watching as my dad flipped bacon with a knife and fork and tenderly cooked over-easy eggs. If it was a special occasion my mom would pop open a tube of store-bought cinnamon rolls and my brother and I would usually fight over the last one.