Roasted cauliflower rice is definitely the best way to eat cauliflower rice. I know from experience.
I love a good egg bake, and since going gluten- and dairy-free frittatas are always my go-to. These mini frittatas are super fun to serve when you have guests, or to make ahead of time to heat up in the microwave throughout the week.
Egg dishes are so versatile because you can really add whatever you have on-hand. I love to make a giant batch of my signature roasted sweet potatoes to eat for breakfast during the week, so naturally I had some to throw into this recipe.
Picnics are my favorite. Sunrises are also at the top of my list of things that are rad. Eric and I try to do a special picnic at least a few times each summer (in fact he proposed to me after one of our picnics!), and we realized that in our nearly 8 years of being together, we had never seen a sunrise together. So we made it a sunrise picnic breakfast!
I’ve watched many a sunrise with my best friend, who happened to live just one neighborhood away from mine while we were growing up. We’d plan to get up early, bring coffee (it was mostly creamer, actually) and spend the first waking hours of the day together watching the sunrise and talking about life. For that reason, sunrises are extra special to me.
I have a lot of excuses for not posting very much this summer. But I hate excuses, so I’ll only share one (below) because it’s relevant to this site! One thing I don’t hate: sweet potato hash. I’m currently obsessed to the point where I eat it every morning for breakfast!
Sauce makes everything better, doesn’t it? Hollandaise sauce was probably my first foray into sauces when I was a kid. My mom would make it on occasion for eggs Benedict and I just loved it. It is rich and buttery and lemony-bright.
French toast is just so good. Isn’t it? It’s sweet and a little savory with the egg so soft and custardy. Quite delicious! This gluten free French toast is even better and has an additional layer of flavor because I used cinnamon-raisin bread. Bonus: It’s super duper easy to make. Perfect for a holiday brunch or just a cozy weekend breakfast. It’s lovely served alongside an over easy egg for extra protein.
As I was taking the photos of my spiralized hash browns for this blog post I thought, “Dangit! Another another breakfast recipe.” And more hash browns at that. But what can I say? My goal is to share the recipes I make all the time, and I just so happen to make breakfast and brunch recipes all the time!