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{Overnight} Slow Cooker Apple Pie Steel Cut Oatmeal {with a secret trick for no burnt edges!}

Overnight Apple Pie Steel Cut Oatmeal is easy to throw in the slow cooker before bed for an effortless breakfast the next day…and with a special, no-stirring-required trick, you won’t have to worry about burnt edges in the morning! Boy am I excited to share today’s recipe with y’all! Like so many of you, several years back I came across a tempting Pinterest gem for cooking steel cut oats in the slow cooker all night long, resulting in a hot, {Read More}

Overnight Gingerbread Baked French Toast with Streusel Topping

Overnight Gingerbread Baked French Toast with Streusel Topping is assembled the night before and baked in the morning for a warm, aromatic, delicious breakfast that’s special enough to celebrate the holidays or serve to company! Hold on to your hats, folks…I’m back today with a real, live, actual recipe! That’s right…after taking a few days off for Thanksgiving, and then sharing my 2014 Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies, and then participating in a fabulous blog hop featuring 100 Christmas Projects {Read More}

Coconut Almond Baked Oatmeal {Dairy-Free}

Baked oatmeal is studded with chewy coconut and crunchy toasted almonds for a comforting, nourishing breakfast that can be made ahead of time and reheated on busy mornings! Have you tried baked oatmeal before? It’s a hearty, filling breakfast that’s creamy and chewy at the same time, and this version is enhanced with toasty coconut and crunchy almonds. Baked oatmeal is quick to throw together and it disappears even faster! During the chilly months of winter, I like to send {Read More}

Cheesy Ham & Grits Breakfast Casserole

The next time you’re in the mood for a breakfast that’s a little bit different and a whole lot delicious, I’d recommend giving this comforting casserole — stuffed chock full of eggs, grits, cheese, and ham — a try. School mornings around here are hectic, so I generally try to whip up big batches of breakfast foods on the weekend for quick reheating on weekday mornings. This typically results a stockpile of things like waffles, pancakes, muffins, granola, and hard {Read More}