Here you have my favorite buttermilk pancakes studded with juicy fresh blueberries and topped with a gorgeous deep purple blueberry syrup. They’re like an explosion of intense blueberry flavor. Don’t be tempted to skip the syrup; it only takes a few minutes to make and is definitely the best part!
Bread pudding is usually sweet, but it can be made savory too. This version, brimming with sweet pork sausage and sharp cheddar, is deeply flavored with a crisp, golden crust and tender, creamy interior. I love it for entertaining because it can be made ahead of time and feeds a crowd.
Of all the spinach quiches I’ve tried over the years, this classic French version is my favorite. The combination of heavy cream and Gruyère makes it insanely rich. There’s also a good bit of spinach, which balances out all that richness and — dare I say — makes it just a little bit good for you.
Baked oatmeal is a traditional and comforting Amish breakfast casserole that has a consistency similar to that of bread pudding. There are endless variations — the recipe is easily adapted with whatever fruits and nuts you have on hand — but this version filled with tart apples and plump raisins with a crunchy walnut topping is my favorite.
This is the perfect cake for lemon lovers! Lemon zest and lemon juice are added to the batter, which lightly perfume the cake with lemon. Then, while the cake is still warm from the oven, it is doused with a lemon syrup to further enhance the lemon flavor. Finally, the cake is drizzled with a tart lemon glaze, which adds a pop of intense lemon flavor to every bite.