Monday Morning Review: A Breakfast of Champions

What a busy time this past week has been. The garden is in full ‘try to keep up with me’ production and I’m thankful I am now at home full time to do just that. I have no idea how I managed before. My hat goes off to those who work full time and keep up with everything else too. I am grateful the hats that I wear are now only a select few.

This week’s review is a  focus on breakfast. While perusing my favorite blogs, the first morning meal posts are what drew me in. Maybe it’s because breakfast is such an important part of the day, but I have a sneaking suspicion it’s because breakfast has always been one of my favorite meals. So much so, I eat breakfast for lunch and dinner too!I hope you enjoy some of my favorites.

Monday Morning Review: Breakfast of Champions I have sneaked in a few of my own favorite breakfast posts too.  Hey, having your own blog should entitle you to a few special perks. :)

Monday Morning Review: Breakfast of Champions Espresso, Vanilla Bean and Cacao Nib Granola

Deliciously crunchy granola that is guaranteed to spread a mouth-watering aroma of espresso, chocolate and vanilla throughout the kitchen whilst being baked. ~ Butter and Brioche

Monday Morning Review: Breakfasts of Champions Breakfast Lasagna 

All of your favorite breakfast dishes in one. Layers of pancakes, eggs, sausage and maple béchamel, making this the most amazing lasagna you will ever eat. ~ A Dash of Sanity

Monday Morning Review: Breakfast of Champions Spring Quiche with Fresh Spinach, Shallots, Goat Cheese and Roasted Asparagus

The combination of fresh vegetables with the salty bite and tang of goat cheese is marvelous. ~ Pure Grace Farms

Monday Morning Review: Breakfasts of Champions German Pancakes

Delicious egg pancake that puffs in the oven. Buttery and light. A perfect breakfast or brunch entree. ~ Balm To My Soul

Monday Morning Review: Breakfast of Champions  Sweet Potato Hash

Sweet Potato Hash is uniquely delicious, featuring sweet potatoes, chicken sausage, sweet onions and spinach. Seasoned with garlic and a touch of chipotle, bringing great flavors together for a big, bowl of taste. ~ Pure Grace Farms

Monday Morning Review: Breakfasts of Champions Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles

My family is “food oriented.” Meaning we are motivated, inspired and encouraged by food.  One of my favorite foods during the holidays is this Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles recipe.  It’s awesome for breakfast, lunch or dinner. ~ A Mom’s Take

Monday Morning Review: Breakfast of Champions Blueberry Zucchini Bread With Kefir

A slice of bread combined with a glass of Blueberry Kefir makes a filling and healthy breakfast, and provides fuel for the day! ~ Upstate Ramblings

Monday Morning Review: Breakfasts of Champions Breakfast Cookies

Gluten Free Breakfast Cookies are chock full of cranberries, walnuts and coconut. Perfect for a quick and healthy breakfast on the go or for a healthy snack anytime of day. ~ Pure Grace Farms

Have a wonderful week friends and eat your breakfast!

Blessings,
Shari

Monday Morning Review: Breakfast of Champions has been shared with:

*The Shady Porch: Party on the Porch *Smart School House: Whimsy Wednesday *Calm Healthy Sexy: Let’s Get Real *Ruffles and Rainboots: Thank Goodness it’s Thursday *Happy and Blessed Home: Family Fun Friday *The Diary of a Real Housewife: Friday Favorites

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi Shari – All of these breakfasts look great. I am pinning them to my own boards and our Let’s Get Real board. Thanks for sharing it with our party.

    I am experiencing right now the frustration of having my garden in full production, and feeling like I don’t have enough time to deal with all of the things it is producing. When our children were in school I always worked part time outside our home, and had more time to deal with things at home. Now that our younger son is in college I’m working full time outside the home, and I’m frustrated by the lack of time to get things done at home and in the garden.

    • says

      This year has been a little rougher for me as well. I am home full-time but the blog is taking a fair bit of my time. I keep telling myself it will slow down eventually and I won’t have to work so hard, but the truth is I love it. It is more like play to me than work. The hard part for me is keeping my priorities in line. Definitely need to figure that balance.
      Thanks for stopping by and sharing. It is always a pleasure.
      Blessings,
      Shari

    • says

      You’re welcome. Dutch babies are so delicious. I love to put real butter on them, sprinkle with a bit of powdered sugar and then squeeze a little fresh lemon juice on top. Oh my goodness they are the best!
      Thanks for stopping by and the wonderful recipe!
      Blessings,
      Shari

  2. says

    Shari,

    All of these breakfast recipes look amazing! I could eat any of these and just be extremely happy.
    Stumbling, pinning, tweeting.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Diane

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