Back in February we had a brunch at IHOP where my husband and I both ordered one of the new breakfast items on the menu. The Fiesta Omelette with corn cakes on the side. Because we ordered something new, they’ve asked us to fill up a form to review the dish and we’ll each get $3 rebate in the mail. We said sure and almost 3 months alter, we got the rebate cards...Read More
- Meat Dishes
- Asian Dishes
- Other Cuisines
Make this for your future weekend brunch with your family. Unless you’re going to IHOP of course.
I had leftover crumbled bleu cheese from the time Scott made his black and blue burgers a few days ago and he suggested I should sprinkle some in an omelet for breakfast. It just sounded so delicious so I did. It pays to listen to our husband sometimes. You’ll be enjoying a delicious breakfast in return, HAH!
I love breakfast bagel sandwiches. I have a blueberry bagel sandwich with egg, bacon, cheese, and cream cheese in the archives. It’s a family’s favorite. However, I’ve always thought bagel sandwiches would be so much easier to bite into if the bagels aren’t so thick. So when I found a Thomas thin bagel in the bread aisle I was like, HALLELUJAH.
That’s the pack of cin...Read More
You know that time of the night when you’re laying down in bed and then the TV starts playing all these food commercials? Torture, I tell you. Like this Hardee’s commercial for Pork Chop ‘N’ Gravy Biscuit.
If I remember it right, the words I uttered were, “Oh My God...Read More
Fruits and Vegetables are part of our diet. We eat a lot of fruits and our dinner would be incomplete without the vegetable component. This year and so forth, we aim to eat more fruits and vegetables. My husband and I have also decided to eat more salad. So in this effort, I went gaga on buying fruits then created my makeshift mini-salad bar.Read More
The original plan was to have breakfast at IHOP on Saturday for my husband’s birthday which was actually on the 20th. The little girl was sick though so that didn’t happened. Scott and Caine had a Father and Son day instead which started at Waffle House and they went from there. Emma and I stayed in the house, watched DVDs and ate Cheetos. We did the IHOP brunch today, Sunday and it was delicious.
The picture above is Caine’s Strawberry and Banana Crepes.
This is Emma’s C...Read More
Homemade Pop Tarts are officially off the bucket list of homemade goodies to make. I’ve already tackled homemade pasta and homemade bread, now behold, the homemade pop tarts. Thanks to my daughter who ate the last store-bought pop tart this morning. When I threw the box out I told her we could make our own which got her so excited so I made the crust, stored it in the fridge for 2 hours, and told her to be patient. Because it doesn’t really take that long to bake pop tarts, I decided to wait until after dinner to continue the process. It was a nice incentive for my daughter to eat her dinner. “Dinner first, then we’ll make pop tarts.” It worked like a charm.
Making homemade pop tarts is surprisingly easy. All you really need is a tried and tested recipe for a pie crust, then pick whatever fillings you want. The most obvious choices for fillings are fruit jams. We’re lucky to still have a few jars of my mother-in-law’s homemade strawberry and blueberry jams so I used that as fillings. I used my trusted apple pie crust with additional tablespoon of sugar.
I first wrote about how much we love the International Delight Coffee Creamers back in June 2012. I was basking in the flavors of Southern Butter Pecan, Cold Stone Sweet Cream, and Almond Joy. I mentioned in that post that we’d be trying new ID flavors, starting with Cinnabon and Heath. We did of course, plus other flavors.
I was...Read More