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Stirring Up Ideas In The Kitchen

Breakfast and Brunch

Superfood matcha is a powdered green tea known help your metabolism, memory, concentration, and overall health. Try one of these recipes to get your fill of the many health benefits that matcha tea has to offer.

Matcha cookies are something you didn’t know you needed in your life. Yammie’s Noshery pieced together a traditional sugar cookie recipe with matcha powder to make Matcha Green Tea Sugar Cookies. These cookies are soft, chewy, and filled with antioxidants — thanks, matcha!

Waffles? Healthy? You’re kidding, right? Plating Pixels dedicates their food blog to creating comforting recipes while maintaining a healthy state of mind. Matcha Green Tea Waffles do just that — you’ll never want a toaster waffle again!

Jo Cooks creates a mouthful of a bite-sized dessert: Matcha Mini Cheesecakes with White Chocolate-Covered Strawberries. These green bites sit atop an Oreo crust and are topped with a chocolate-drizzled strawberry. The flavors of the tea and cream cheese work in perfect harmony to build this tasty cheesecake treat.

Calista of Good Morning Cali translated her affection for matcha tea (she dubs it “powdered gold”) into Matcha Green Tea Truffles. These globules are filled with white chocolate and guaranteed to provide the benefits of matcha tea, which makes us feel a little less guilty about eating five at a time.

The key to enjoying the benefits of matcha is to play around with it and see how you like it best. Celebrating Sweets found the way she liked it best by making her own Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte. Allison recommends mixing this satisfying drink with a blender to get rid of lumps and bumps.

Switch up plain old banana bread with a matcha-laced version. Fearless Dining‘s Gluten Free Matcha Green Tea Banana Bread will satisfy your sweet tooth at breakfast while also giving you your morning caffeine fix. Add chocolate chips to the batter for extra sweetness.

Larice of Feeding Your Beauty is on a mission to finding beauty from the inside out, starting with the food that goes into your body. She used a couple unique ingredients to create a healthy, Creamy Matcha Green Tea Popsicle: matcha, coconut cream, cashews, dates, and vanilla extract. You can also add vodka, which helps reduce ice crystals when frozen.


Easy cleanups, perfectly portioned servings, quick to make — there are so many reasons to love mug desserts. I’ve picked out a handful of my favorite dessert recipes that can be made in minutes with a mug, a microwave, and just a few ingredients. Enjoy!

Everyone loves a good cheesecake, but sometimes we just want a slice. This one-serving cheesecake, made with a graham cracker crust, from Kirbie’s Cravings is baked in the microwave and then stuck in the fridge for about an hour to cool. Top it off with your favorite fruit.

Our favorite childhood treat comes to life in thanks to just 60 seconds in the microwave, courtesy of Gemma from Bigger Bolder Baking. Her strawberry pop tart mug recipe is filled with strawberry jam and then spooned with icing and sprinkles. See ya later, toaster!

A warm, cake-like blueberry muffin is what you need for tomorrow morning’s breakfast. Five Heart Home refers to this berry-bursting recipe as the “Cliff Notes” version of a cake, meaning it’s ready in minutes and only requires a few ingredients.

Health-conscious recipe creator Mike of The Iron You has, with some trial and error (25 tries to be exact), perfected the cinnamon roll in a mug recipe. A coconut-y icing is melted over the finished gooey pastry after microwaving for two minutes. Mike provides alternative ingredients for vegans, as well.

If your chocolate craving is calling, stop right here. Another scrumptious recipe from Five Heart Home, this chocolate peanut butter mug cake is made in just one minute. That means in just 60 seconds, you have your own mug-size peanut butter lava cake.

Jenn from Princess Pinky Girl recommends using challah bread in this mug french toast — the sweet and buttery texture of the bread is ideal. A sprinkle of chocolate chips add even more sweetness to this quick cinnamon-laden breakfast!

Skip the Dunkin Donuts drive-thru and indulge in a mug-made jelly donut. Another gem from Gemma, Bigger Bolder Baking is this sweet “Mugnut”. Gemma uses a strawberry jam for the center, but feel free to use whatever flavor suits you.

Heather Likes Food shares her must-have tip for perfect microwave coffee cake. There’s a secret ingredient to this cake that gives it moisture despite being cooked in a microwave: applesauce.

Can’t wait until after Thanksgiving dinner for a slice of pumpkin pie? The texture of this pumpkin pie in a mug is a perfect mixture of a cake and a pie. Gingersnap cookies and pumpkin puree make this quick dessert very fall friendly — but let’s be honest, we wouldn’t mind eating pumpkin pie in the middle of March.

S’mores lovers, rejoice! Behold, a s’mores treat that doesn’t even require a bonfire. Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt provides a s’mores cake, filled with graham cracker bits and chocolate pieces. If you’re looking for more of that bonfire feel, place a couple mini marshmallows on top and brown them with a torch.

Sick and tired of the same old bacon and eggs? Put away the cereal and forget about boring breakfasts because we’ve picked some of our favorite recipes for the most important meal of the day.

Bacon, egg, and cheese quesadillas are perfect for any time of the day and food blogger Julie’s Eats and Treats shows us how to do it right. This quick and easy breakfast quesadilla recipe is pan fried to crispy perfection, filled with gooey cheese, scrambled eggs, and bacon.

Try swapping out your next Sunday morning blueberry pancakes for blueberry pancake bites. These travel-friendly eats from Cindy Shopper are delicious and easy to dip into syrup. They’re also freezable for quick mornings when you need breakfast on the go.

Lasagna for breakfast is the morning meal we didn’t know we needed in our lives. 4 Sons ‘R’ Us creates a delectable treat of dish scrambled eggs, diced ham, cheese, and crispy hash browns stacked between layers of french toast. The leftovers will keep you satisfied all day!

Put away your baking pan and grab your skillet to make cinnamon roll pancakes. Holly from Life in the Lofthouse claims that these are a cinch to make, and if you’re not feeling like making pancakes from scratch, a boxed pancake mix will work just fine.

Looking for an innovative brunch item, using ingredients you most likely already have in your fridge? The crescent bacon breakfast ring formulated by  Jo Cooks includes all the essentials — bacon, eggs, cheese, and crescent dough. This middle of the ring is also packed with red and green bell peppers for a sweet and crunchy kick.

You’ve heard of blueberry scones, but have you heard of blueberry lavender scones? With Love and Cupcakes used her passion for baking to experiment with some fresh lavender, and she found that the floral taste worked wonderfully in a pastry. Cakey and crumbly with juicy blueberries throughout, these scones are perfect for any breakfast occasion.

Cereal lovers, rejoice! We love this nostalgic Cap’n Crunch french toast recipe from Makoodle. This delicious twist on traditional french toast doesn’t even need butter or syrup — the crunchiness of the cereal is enough!

Our stomachs are longing for this bacon breakfast pizza brought to us by Lil’ Luna. This breakfast pie is not only easy to make, but you can cater it however you’d like — replace the bacon with sausage, add some spice with green chiles and salsa.

Honey Orange Pecan Mini Rolls

Ever wake up craving cinnamon rolls? I do. All the time. While homemade cinnamon rolls can be quite time consuming, today I’m sharing a super quick alternative. Refrigerated crescent dough! Inspired by these nutty honey mini rolls, I added pecans and orange zest to make them into a version of my favorite cinnamon rolls.

These bite-sized mini rolls are great for an anytime snack or perfect for parties. Best of all, it only takes 10 minutes to bake. From start to finish, in less than half an hour, you can enjoy fresh from the oven honey orange pecan mini rolls!

Honey Orange Pecan Mini Rolls

Simply roll out the refrigerated crescent dough into a large rectangle. Spread on the filling mixture made of softened butter, honey, cinnamon, and finely chopped toasted pecans. Roll up the dough and slice them into 24 portions. Gently transfer slices to a mini muffin tin.

After slicing the dough, the rolls will look a little wonky like the ones photographed above. Do not worry. As they bake in the oven, the rolls will spread out to the diameter of the muffin tin.

Honey Orange Pecan Mini Rolls

Honey Orange Pecan Mini Rolls

Pop the mini rolls out the pan while they’re still warm to prevent them from getting soggy. Drizzle orange honey glaze over the warm mini rolls and enjoy them immediately!

These mini rolls are packed with a ton of flavor and they’re ideally portioned to keep your summer beach body in check!

This is the link for the original NUTTY HONEY MINI ROLLS.


  • Instead of 1/4 cup toasted almonds, use 1/4 cup finely chopped toasted pecans
  • Add 1 tsp orange zest to the filling
  • Add 1/2 tsp orange zest to Honey Icing recipe

Honey Orange Pecan Mini Rolls

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Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but more than often, we just don’t have the time to prepare anything warm and filling. These savory ham and cheese breakfast tarts make breakfast time a breeze. Inspired by these jam filled breakfast tarts, you can prepare these hand tarts ahead of time. They can be kept frozen or chilled in the refrigerator. When you’re ready, simply reheat it in a toaster oven or microwave. Best of all, these breakfast tarts also taste great at room temperature.

The tart dough is a straight forward butter based crust. It’s simple to whip together and the dough does not need a lot of chilling/resting time before use. The dough is very sturdy and easy to work with. This recipe makes 6 hand tarts. You can easily double or triple the recipe to fit your needs.

I filled the dough with cheddar cheese and a slice of deli ham. There are so many combinations you can use: mozzarella and pepperoni, Swiss and turkey, etc.

Cover the filling with another piece of dough. Seal the edges of the tart with a fork. Brush the dough with a little milk and top it with additional cheese. It takes about 20-25 minutes for these to bake. You can enjoy them immediately, or pack them up for later use. According to the Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen, you can freeze these tarts for up to 2 months. Use an oven or toaster oven to reheat.

This is the original BREAKFAST TART RECIPE.

I followed the recipe for the dough as instructed in the link above.

The only changes I made:

  • Instead of 6 tablespoons strawberry jelly, I used 6 slices of deli ham and 6 slices of cheddar cheese.
  • Omit vanilla icing recipe, instead top tarts with cheddar cheese.

For the full list of ingredients and directions, visit the original recipe here.

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Overnight Berry Coffee Cake

There is nothing better than waking to the sweet aroma of cake baking in the oven. Imagine having a nice warm treat to go alongside your morning cup of coffee. With this overnight berry coffee cake, you can make perfect mornings a reality.

This was my first foray into overnight coffee cakes and now I’m addicted. I can’t wait to try out different flavor combinations. This berry coffee cake is an adaptation of this overnight cranberry coffee cake. Since we’re in the midst of berry season, I swapped in a mixture of fresh berries instead of the cranberries which I normally associate with Thanksgiving.

Overnight Berry Coffee Cake

I love baked goods that can be prepared in advance. You can make the batter and crumble topping the night before. Then first thing in the morning, just pop it in the oven. In no time, the kitchen will smell like a delicious bakery. No candles or potpourri necessary. Baking is life’s natural air freshener.

The batter for this coffee cake is quite thick. Don’t be alarmed. The thick better helps to hold and distribute the fruits within the cake. Use an offset spatula or the back of a spoon to level over the batter. (Can you see the little speckles of orange zest? The citrus really helps the flavors of this coffee cake pop!)

Overnight Berry Coffee Cake

Before baking, sprinkle the crumble topping and additional fresh berries over the batter. This recipe uses sliced almonds, but you can swap in whatever nuts you’re craving. Pistachios would be lovely with the berries and orange zest. You can even add some cacao nibs for extra crunch.

Overnight Berry Coffee Cake

Mixing this coffee cake is the easy part. It’s waiting for it cool from the oven that’s the most difficult part. It’s very important to let the coffee cake cool for about 20 minutes after baking. This will help the cake keep its structure. Once it’s had some time to rest, start slicing and enjoy this berry coffee cake warm! It’s great with a cup of coffee, some warm tea, or a tall glass of milk!

Overnight Berry Coffee Cake

Here are my changes to the original OVERNIGHT CRANBERRY COFFEE CAKE:

  • Instead of 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg, use 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Instead of 1 3/4 cup chopped fresh cranberries, use 2 cups of mixed fresh berries (strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, raspberry)
  • Instead of 1/4 cup orange juice, use 1/4 cup milk
  • Omit 1 Tablespoon finely shredded lemon peel

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