Does it get any better than pancakes? I’m a big fan of any socially acceptable way to eat cake for breakfast, and these Sunday morning treats come in so many forms: lemon ricotta, oatmeal pumpkin, stuffed Nutella, peach coconut, chocolate banana, whiskey maple(?!). My mouth is watering just typing the names of these crazy-delicious recipes. Click through to check ‘em out, and may God have mercy on your blood sugar!
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A plain bowl of oatmeal is so boring I want to take a nap just thinking about it, but with the right combination of mix-ins and some simple spices, that same old oatmeal can be transformed into a rollicking flavor party. From peaches and cream to bruleed bananas, click through to check out 10 recipes guaranteed to brighten up your breakfast routine!
Hi Frisky readers! Fun fact about me—I love to make and eat food! Now, if Kelly Bensimon were to meet me, I’m sure she’d emphasize in her psychotic way that I am a cook not a chef, and I would agree. That being said, I think I manage to whip up some tasty things in my tiny New York kitchen, so when the mood strikes (I’m aiming for every week), I’m going to introduce you to an easy recipe I’m currently loving.
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We know it’s not healthy to grab a granola bar on the go, but who wants to whip up an omelette in the morning instead of hitting snooze one or two more times? Not us. That’s why we’re craving this multi-tasking toaster. Toast up to four pieces of bread while you poach eggs for an egg and English muffin sandwich all in about four minutes. You can even warm pre-cooked meat in this thing. Toast, boil, and warm up your breakfast while you do your makeup? Sounds like a multi-tasking plan to us.
Did you eat strawberry Pop Tarts every day before driving off to high school? Were you the last of your friends to start having sex? According to a study of 1,500 people in Japan, teenagers who skip breakfast are more likely to lose their virginity at a younger age. The average cherry-popping of a cereal-eater happened around age 19, while those who skipped the first (and arguably most important) meal of the day lost their V-card at 17.5. Scientists think this finding is related to family life, especially because teens who were annoyed by their mothers were also more likely to have sex at a younger age. But, maybe the study just explains why moms are always so adamant about making their kids put some food in their mouths in the morning. [Telegraph UK] Keep reading »
Hot foodie Teri Tsang Barrett knows her way around a kitchen—a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education, she works as a Food Editor at Everyday With Rachael Ray in constant search of the perfect thin crust pizza. Here she unveils her favorite frisky recipes—good food that every ravenous gal can make in a pinch. Got a rumble in your belly for something you want her to cook up a recipe for? Email us at email@example.com.
In preparation for the financial apocalypse, I was challenged by Amelia to come up with five recipes for Frisky readers eatin’ on the cheap. Check out the full grocery list for all the recipes here. I tried to stick with an “under $10” budget* for each recipe, so set aside $50 and let me know if I was wrong. After the jump, the third recipe I’ve concocted… Keep reading »
I recently registered at Williams-Sonoma for the typical stuff any person needs—cookie sheets, bagel cutter, grapefruit spoons (hey, I’m a fan of citrus). But whenever the catalog arrives in the mail, I always look longingly at the pages, wishing my registry was a bit more on the adventurous side. The one appliance I’m borderline obsessed with is this “pancake” pan—but they’re not really pancakes. They’re actually ebelskiver, a traditional Danish puffed pancake filled with jelly, fruit or cheese. They look so ridiculously easy to make, and the finished product looks like a work of edible art. But instead of the other (dare I say boring?) fillings, I plan on stuffing them with Nutella and peanut butter. Yum. [$40, Williams-Sonoma] Keep reading »
Hot foodie Teri Tsang Barrett knows her way around a kitchen — a graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education, she works as a Food Editor at Everyday With Rachael Ray in constant search of the perfect thin crust pizza. Every couple of weeks she’ll be chiming in with her favorite frisky recipes — good food that every ravenous gal can make in a pinch. First up, her delicious Honey Waffles — great for a morning after brunch. Buon appetito!