Every now and then I’m a “sweets” for breakfast kind of person. I put the term sweets in quotations because I don’t like super sweet things (although my current Holiday fueled sugar addiction may be making a mockery of that) but I do enjoy the flavorful sweetness of a delicious slice of breakfast bread. Which if we’re
Who out there is a savory breakfast person like me? Whenever we go out to eat for breakfast, I walk into a place and get taken away by the sweet scent of pancakes or waffles being served to my fellow morning brunchers. Then, as the waitress comes to take our order, the stack of pancakes
I’m always on the hunt for the easiest but most nutritious breakfast option. It’s easy to get stuck in the same overnight oatmeal rut or substituting a banana for an actual breakfast meal, so I recently challenged myself to make some healthy breakfast options all under 150 calories and with as few ingredients as possible.
Thanks to General Mills Cereal who provided me with a couple of boxes of their new product to try as well as sponsoring this post. Although there was a sponsored element, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the sponsorships that help keep Darling Down South running. In my house growing up, one
Well… I had to create a new drop-down item on my menu for this blog post. It was well worth the trouble because this Baked Blueberry Brioche French Toast is probably the best thing you’ll eat for breakfast and it deserved a new breakfast category on my menu. Plus for someone who claims that breakfast