If we ask you in how many ways you have had cereals then many of you surely will reply in breakfast with milk. Buzz Feed has a collection 23 recipes that will blow your mind away. Seriously who would have thought of making a froot loop tea? Yes you read it right and this is just one out of all the amazing recipes. Either you need to top your cupcakes or give some color to your cake’s icing, cereals are there. So, use them as a main ingredient of your desserts or decorate with them. To find out about all the recipes hop over to the link below:
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October is fall harvest month! Nothing says, “It’s fall, y’all,” quite like our favorite orange gourd, the pumpkin! Pumpkins are the symbol that soon leaves will be falling and a signal for most turkeys to run for the hills, as they’ll soon find themselves on your finest holiday china. Yearly, pumpkins adorn our porch steps, table centerpieces and treasured recipes, but have you ever taken a step back to truly appreciate the pumpkin?
This fall, whether you’re carving a whimsical Jack o’ Lantern or whipping up your grandmother’s pumpkin and nutmeg pie, give a moment to think about this seasonal squash.
Here are the best pumpkin recipes from the month of October 2013, listed in no particular order:
Autumn is upon us, and that can only mean one thing: pumpkin fever. Pumpkins and their seeds provide many important nutrients, on top of loads of fun for family and friends.
Are you searching for a great tasting pumpkin recipe? Celebrate fall with these new pumpkin recipes, perfect for canned or fresh pumpkin.
Here are the best pumpkin recipes from the month of August 2013. If you think other recipes also deserve to be on this list, please leave a comment.
Pumpkin Cream Cheese Bread
Why do we love these magical green fruits so much? First off, they’re clearly delicious. But they’re healthy, too! Avocados are a great source of monounsaturated fat (which can improve cholesterol levels, decrease risk of heart disease, and benefit brain activity), vitamin E (a powerful antioxidant), and vitamin B6 (promotes healthy skin and serves as a back-up fuel). Plus, they’re just darn delicious. And while avocados are a great addition to just about any healthy recipe, just remember not to overdo it — this fruit can be fairly high in calories for those watching their intake.
Here are 39 of our favorite delicious, at least semi-healthy avocado recipes. Try one of them today!
Avocado and Egg Breakfast Pizza
Pizza for breakfast? Yes, please! A whole-wheat Naan bread or other flatbread makes a great hearty base for a breakfast pizza. Top with avocado mash and an egg cooked any style. Throw on some extra veggies (we like arugula and tomato) for even more flavor and nutrients.
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Perfect for a dorm room. Or for not a dorm room.
1. Coffee Cup Quiche
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, though it may look and taste different depending on where you’re from. While in America it is not out of the ordinary to have a stack of flapjacks and bacon as a morning meal, it is wildly different from Thailand’s customary fish, pork, and rice dish.
World traveling enthusiast Victoria Philpott took note of the various combinations of platters and variety of breakfasts commonly eaten each day along her travels. Rounding up fifty different and delicious meals that are typically eaten in dozens of countries, the globe-trotter shares an appetizing set of images on her blog from various sources of culturally unique breakfasts.
Of course, everyone’s taste palette is different but it is interesting, nonetheless, to see how different cultures interpret the best meal to start your day. It is also best to keep in mind that not all dishes are strictly the only breakfast anyone in any given country eats. Sometimes there just isn’t enough time to prepare a full English breakfast and, other times, you want more than a simple croissant.
Homemade thick pancakes with bacon, syrup and blueberries. (Image via JenCooks)
Recipe borrowed from White on Rice Couple
1 1/2 c (340 g) Butter
1 1/2 c (355 ml) Buttermilk
3 c (575 g) Sugar
1 t (5 ml) Vanilla
1 T (15ml) Baking Soda