A collection of the best breakfast recipes posted in 2018.
Palatable Pastime’s Best Breakfast Recipes of 2018
By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime
On to the second round -up in Countdown to 2019, hosted by Sarah over at Fantastical Sharing of Recipes.
This one is for Breakfast recipes, one of my favorite things to post, because I am always scoping out new ways to start my day, because the usual gets old real fast.
Over the course of this year, you guys have decided upon your favorites, and I am sharing those here.
These are amazingly simple to make and very flavorful with dried apples. It’s like a cross between a cinnamon apple fritter from a donut shop and a cinnamon crispa. Seriously delicious. I dust mine in sugar-free granulate erythritol myself or I wouldn’t get very far. But nicely done in the ordinary sugar.
This is a variation on the southern type of chocolate gravy. I like this one better in fact, since it uses a rosemary infused chocolate which adds a surprisingly delicious flavor. It probably doesn’t taste like you might expect–not like some sort of pudding. You’ll love this.
I got the idea for this after seeing those videos going around one year of people doing pancakes of Paul McCartney and the Beatles. Obviously I am not that talented to do those. But Halloween spiders are fun, especially for kids!
This is the kind of breakfast I like having around when I have guests for breakfast because I can get it into the oven and work on other things, like poached eggs and frying up bacon and sausage.
This is a very low carb version of the old Hardees Cinnamon Raisin biscuit. If you are dieting Low Carb you will really appreciate these if you have the ingredients. Otherwise it is still worth stocking up on supplies.
Lemon and Candied Ginger Muffins
A couple of my favorite flavors together in one muffin. These are great for breakfast or for afternoon tea with a cup of coffee or Earl Gray. They were well received here and I see you guys like them also.
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