Category: Breakfast/Brunch

quick coconut granola | www.savormania.com

quick coconut granola

Sleep deprivation is really tough. So tough, but worth every lost second of sleep when I see our beautiful Gabriel smile and grow by the minute. If you believe that a baby sleeping a long 6-hour stretch at night qualifies as “sleeping through the night”, well then Gabriel has been sleeping through the night for a

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healthy carrot walnut bread | www.savormania.com

healthy carrot walnut bread

Sweet breakfast breads made with vegetables are really not a European thing…however, carrot, zucchini or pumpkin make yummy brunch cakes and should be used more often! From all the healthy breakfast breads I’ve made, this one has got to be one of my favorites. It’s nutritious, moist, naturally sweetened without being overly sweet, spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg and

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healthy apple oat pancakes | www.savormania.com

healthy apple oat pancakes

Sundays rhyme with pancakes. Okay, not really, but you get what I mean; there’s nothing like the smell of homemade pancakes filling up your kitchen on a Sunday morning. Although I have to admit that it’s hard to beat Aunt Jemima’s Original Pancake Mix, homemade pancake batter can be just as good and so much healthier

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healthier apple cinnamon bread | www.savormania.com

healthier apple cinnamon bread

I can’t believe how quickly 2016 is passing by. It feels like yesterday that I was preparing our first Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) dinner at home, cooking up a storm including this unbelievable roasted chicken dish and this apple crumble pie among tons of other things. It’s time to welcome the Jewish New Year once

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baked raspberry and coconut oatmeal | www.savormania.com

baked raspberry and coconut oatmeal

Jon is finally starting to enjoy oatmeal for breakfast. He’s not a big fan of porridge versions, but likes the baked variety the best. To keep breakfast exciting and healthy every morning, I’ve been experimenting with different baked oatmeal combinations. Bananas are almost always part of the mix — they’re naturally sweet, so barely any sweetener is

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