These St Patrick’s Day breakfast ideas are like diving into a little pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
The children and grandchildren will be celebrating this fun holiday with a lot of sweet treats today, so I have some ideas to start their St Patrick’s Day breakfast on a healthier note.
I love to serve foods in individual dishes. They look more appealing and it is a good way to practice portion control. I use my ramekins or mini cast iron skillets for individual servings.
These Loaded Crustless Mini Breakfast Souffles look like a pot of gold. I have posted this recipe previously. HERE Continue reading BREAKFAST IDEAS FOR ST PATRICK’S DAY
French toast is always a special treat.
French Toast Stuffed with Mascarpone Cheese and topped with a Triple Berry Topping is one recipe you will want to try for a very special brunch.
The past year I have been making this breakfast souffle and wanted to share the recipe. My husband wants to cut back on carbs, so a crustless breakfast dish is just perfect.
My recipe is a basic one but you can individualize your soufflé by adding any ingredients you have available. My grand-children enjoy making their own. I just set up little bowls with ingredients that I know they like, and they fill their dishes with what they want. This is a good recipe for the children to make because you do not have to be exact with the measurements and they will eat it because they made it themselves.
Strawberry season is coming soon and here is a recipe I would love for you to try.
This recipe is a fun one to make, especially when you have delicious, fresh strawberries. It is quick, easy, and anything with mascarpone cheese in the filling has to be wonderful.
What a “sweet” day this is for sure! Baking and decorating sugar cookies is one of my favorite things to do. I grew up doing this with my mother, carried on the tradition for my children, and now do this for my grandchildren.
Here is a previous blog post I did on decorated sugar cookies and the recipe I have used for many years. Sugar Cookies for all Occasions
Have a great day and hopefully eat a sugar cookie with someone you love
One of my daughters hosted a large Easter Egg Hunt at her home along with a fishing derby and fish fry. They have a beautiful, large lake on their property. Everyone brought food and the weather was perfect with beautiful sunshine.
Sugar Cookies are the treat they always want me to make.
Here is the tried & true recipe for the Decorated Sugar Cookies .
I also put together the cupcake/candy treat bags.
Here are the instructions to do these cute bags. I use the same method as for the Halloween Treat Bags but change the candy for the occasion.
Off to the egg hunt with some sweet treats for the sweeties.