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breakfast can be this good: cinnamon chocolate pancakes

I love weekend mornings. They can be leisurely and relaxing and everything just seems better with a second cup of strong coffee. A short stack of pancakes also keeps that smile on your face just a bit longer too. A…

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breakfast cake! maple breakfast cake

Who loves cake for breakfast? I do! I do!! I saw One Whole Clove had Maple Syrup Tea Loaves on her site and I decided that I had to try out this loaf recipe. It didn’t have any eggs to…

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sicko: pretty in pink smoothie

There was a time when I got sick constantly. It probably didn’t help matters that I lived with a roommate who had a disease that left her immune system weak and was always having colds & sniffles or that we…

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suggestive breakfast: no fail granola

Granola is my go-to breakfast. It’s simple and unassuming yet it lends itself to numerous variations. Making it from scratch is always preferable over the store bought kind, which is usually expensive and full of sugar and other bad things.…

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less is more: molly’s scones

I would hate to say that a mere scone could result in fistacuffs, but it would be a lie to say that making these scones were easy-breezy. I’m a bit touchy when it comes to things I’m not completely sure…

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the sweetest sunday: apple-cinnamon pancakes

Last weekend, we went on a short bike ride and stopped for breakfast at the midway point. I took the unconventional route and ordered a burger, but Cornelius loves tradition and ordered the HUGE breakfast complete with eggs, bacon, fruit…

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breakfast. 7am: steel cut oatmeal

I’m not so much into rigid schedules as I pride my work-at-home schedule on it’s flexibility. This week, however, I am working away from home and I need a schedule to keep me afloat. I set my alarm for 6:30am.…

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forest city here i come!

On Monday, I will be heading back to the city of my birth, London, ON, for a week long visit with my parents and brother. I know this is a long shot here, but I’m hoping that someone who reads…

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