Fluffy Pancakes with Sugared Bananas

The weekends are my favourite because I get to wake up and make pancakes. These pancakes do take a bit of time but it is worth the extra effort. Prepare this pancake mix by measuring out the dry ingredients. In a bowl, mix together 3/4 cup of flour, 2 Tbsp of powdered sugar and 1…

Breakfast Burgers

I tend to wake up late on weekends and find it difficult to figure out what to eat. I love breakfast foods but by the time I wake up its closer to noon than it is to breakfast. This is a great way to make breakfast and lunch work! A breakfast burger! One of my…

Review: Jethro’s Fine Grub

Jethro’s Fine Grub has become extremely popular since it was featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. It is a local eatery that specializes in breakfast and lunch items.  It is so popular that they opened a second location on Fraser Street just to reduce the line ups on the original on Dunbar Street….

Eggs in a Basket

This is a quick and elegant way to start the morning.  All you need is some bread and eggs. Begin by creating your “nest”. Do this by either taking a circular cookie cutter or a inverted drinking glass. You want to make sure the circle has enough crust to keep its shape.  The next step…

How do you eat your Cream of Wheat?

I love the texture of cream of wheat.  I started eating a lot of cream of wheat ever since I wanted to increase my blood iron.  For 3 tbsp it is 30% of your daily iron intake.  It is a wonderful way to get iron.  The recipes that I am sharing are refined sugar free….

Smiley Face Pancakes with Cranberry Sauce!

Everyone is familiar with getting cranberries from cans or from jars but having fresh cranberries is such a treat. Fresh cranberries are tart and spongy. They need to be cooked down with a bit of sugar to get them sweet. I decided to experiment and make some fresh cranberry sauce for my sour dough pancakes….

Homemade Granola

Making homemade granola is a lot easier than you think. Its so easy that you will never buy granola in stores. I also love how versatile it can be. A basic granola recipe starts off with vegetable oil, honey, maple syrup and oats. I used roughly 1/4 cup vegetable oil, 1/4 cup honey and 1/4…