THIS POST IS SPONSORED BY THE OREGON RASPBERRY AND BLACKBERRY COMMISSION Simple, healthy, adaptable, and so very tasteeeee. Berry overnight oats are my new thing. And should also be your new thing if they aren’t already. Why?! Because I said so. Juuust kidding. But not really.
Gooood mooooorning! Breakfast is calling. Can you hear it? It’s beckoning us to lay aside the toast, the bowl of cereal, or the notion of skipping breakfast (how do those people survive the day?) and to have a breakfast that promises to take away the winter ho-hums. Say hello to your new sheet pan breakfast.
Hello gorgeous salad, with sweet, vibrant persimmons, creamy chunks of avocado, all nestled into a bed of snappy arugula and topped with salty feta and chopped pistachios for a bit of unexpected but welcomed crunch. And don’t forget the so very simple lemon vinaigrette. I’m crushing so hard on this salad right now.
Baked FRITTATAAAAA…Ah.AAh.AAAA…! We need to bring frittatas back into our lives. Make them the cool kid at breakfast again. Also because I like the word. FREE-TA-TAS. Noooo, C’MON people. NOT LIKE THAT. We’re keeping our bras on. (I think I just embarrassed the one dude who reads my blog.)
THIS POST IS SPONSORED BY THE OREGON RASPBERRY AND BLACKBERRY COMMISSION YOU GUYS!!! Did you knoooow that you can make homemade jam quicker than you can make the biscuits that you’re going to spread it on?!?! No canning, no babysitting fruit while it cooks in a pot, no horrendous amounts of refined sugar. Just pure berry
Bringing you this VERY simple and vibrant salad to kick off your wintry week! Peppery arugula balanced with fresh spinach and topped with thinly sliced sweet onions, winter citrus, and a VERY simple homemade vinaigrette. This salad feels like a promise of warmer days to come as I stare out my window at the snow.
THIS POST IS SPONSORED BY THE OREGON RASPBERRY AND BLACKBERRY COMMISSION Kaiserschmarrn. Also known as The Emperor’s Sweet Mess. With roasted Oregon Marionberries. It’s a German pancake…in a sense. Not the puffy baked Dutch Baby that is also sometimes referred to as a German pancake. But a fluffy pancake cooked in butter and then shredded. So basically