Blueberry or Blueberry Mango Muffins??

Time: 35 minutes Curiosity is a mom’s best friend if you have kids that don’t want to eat breakfast (or any meal)… I have found that by having an option (some slight change to a recipe) that you can offer for breakfast and ask your kids (and hubby) for input on which they prefer, if…

Cretons (french Canadian pork pate)

Time: 90 minutes and day to cool If you are looking for a healthy, protein breakfast that isn’t eggs, this might be the recipe for you! Cretons is a french-Canadian pork pate. It is simple to make and my kids think it tastes a lot of tourtiere filling. It can be eaten cold on toast…

Breakfast Wrap or Breakfast Quesadilla? Ohhh, the choices!

Luba sings a tune called “Let it Go” that fits with the purpose of this blog – to change our conventional ways of looking at breakfast. “Uniformity, Conventionality, Is the fate of our existence. Keep it safely at a distance.” Today – I offer you two simple breakfasts with essentially the same ingredients, with lots…

Breakfast Quesadilla or Breakfast Wrap? Oh – the choices…

Luba sings a tune called “Let it Go” that fits with the purpose of this blog – to change our conventional ways of looking at breakfast. “Uniformity, Conventionality, Is the fate of our existence. Keep it safely at a distance.” Today – I offer you two simple breakfasts with essentially the same ingredients, with lots…

Creamy Cheesy Grits

Time: 20 minutes “Hold on tight and let the flight begin” – words from the theme song of one of my favorite James Bond movies – Roger Moore is my favorite Bond… These creamy cheesy grits are amazing for breakfast, brunch or a side dish. For a breakfast cheat, you can make them the night…

Creamed Spinach

Time: 20 minutes Your family will “Say Yes” to this side dish of delicious greens. Here is the thing – they are fast and easy to make and a good source of vegetable greens. I like to make it as a side dish for supper and then heat it up for breakfast as a side…

Country Man’s Lasagna

Time: 1 1/2 hours How do you get rid of blues? Get Rhythm and eat lasagna. This is our favourite recipe. Growing up in Northern Alberta, our local grocery store was a general store that sold clothes, food, etc. and specialty items, like ricotta or fresh basil were a rarity, so we had to improvise….