Strawberry Rhubarb Breakfast Crisp

July 20, 2016 Breakfast
Strawberry Rhubarb Breakfast Crisp

This is hands-down the best summer breakfast you’re ever going to have. I started making breakfast crisps at the very beginning of this blog, when I adapted Smitten Kitchen’s Breakfast Apple Granola Crisp with an all-rhubarb version. Deb subsequently updated the recipe in her cookbook, and that’s been my go-to for the last few years. […]

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Peanut Butter & Honey Granola {Gatherings Book Tour}

December 11, 2014 Breakfast
Peanut Butter & Honey Granola

This week we’re celebrating another amazing cookbook, and this one is all about entertaining at home. Gatherings by Jan Scott and Julie Van Rosendaal is subtitled “Bringing People Together with Food”, and I love everything that stands for. My obsession with Julie runs deep, and is currently in its 5th year. Ever since she changed my life […]

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Maple Pecan Granola {Gastropost Mission #79}

November 30, 2013 Breakfast
Maple Pecan Granola

  Our Gastropost Mission this week was NUTS (literally)! And if I’m forced to pick a favourite, I have to go with pecans. They’re my favourite nut, hands down. My preferred application would be pecan pie, but to get an everyday fix, they’re my nut of choice to include in a homemade, crunchy granola. This recipe […]

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Chewy Granola Bars

November 23, 2010 Bars & Squares

Growing up, I never really realized that granola bars were supposed to be healthy. The ones I usually had in my lunch bag were those old ones that I think were called “Dips”, and let’s be honest, were basically a chocolate bar. I remember my favourite one had caramel inside and was covered in chocolate. (Oh […]

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Fruit, Nut & Seed Granola

February 25, 2010 Breakfast

The first stage of my Elimination Challenge is over! Two weeks of pure, whole eating are behind me, and now we move on to the re-introduction phase. There is a particular order and a few rules to follow when re-introducing foods, and the heavy hitters are first up: Wheat, Dairy, Eggs. You basically try to eat something from your designated re-introduction food group at […]

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