Tall Tales From The Field
Here’s some breakfast dishes I’ve recently made.
Michael Andrew Just
Such delicious photos! 😋❤️
Great photos. When I had a home and my decades old waffle iron I used to love to make thick waffles with oats, nuts, whole wheat flour, fruit on top. I tried cornmeal waffles with green chili and cheese sauce, and even tried rye waffles 🙂 I loved making a big batch and then I could just toast them for breakfast. I love making quiches, too. For now, I’m cooking in a toaster oven and have limited storage for supplies so I have to keep it simple. It’s great you are enjoying cooking.
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Thanks Katelon. Some day I’ll get a real waffle iron. I too am limited on room but these frozen ones I bought at a health food store look really good!
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I understand. Have you ever tried chia seed pudding? Chis seed is high in protein. I dislike oatmeal and tapioca so thought I wouldn’t like it but do. You just take about 2 cups of any dairy or non dairy milk, add 5 or 6 TBL of chia, stir and refrigerate. Next day you have pudding. You can add sweetener, fruit, whatever. I have a pumpkin chia pudding recipe on my blog. It can be breakfast or desert layer with coconut milk cream whipped.
I do have Chia seeds. I’ll give that pudding a try. Thanks Katelon
Hope you like it. If you want the pumpkin chia pudding recipe I created, you can just do a search on my empower and balance WP blog.
Great photos. I just bought one of those “Bullet”-type blenders and put it in my classroom. Every day (of the last two that I’ve had it – haha) I bring the cup filled with smoothie ingredients (frozen fruit keeps it all cold) and then just blend it and have a smoothie for lunch. I’m loving it!
Thanks! That’s a good idea to freeze the fruit first so they stay good longer and the smoothies are cold.
I just use bagged frozen fruit, but same idea.
Okay Michael I’m coming over for breakfast, your images are delicious
Beautiful photographs, very attractive with these photos even if there are foods that i don’t like! Thank you, Love, nia
I feel hungry 🙂
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