You can preserve this peach butter recipe for the pantry, or keep it in the fridge. It’s easy to make and tastes great on toast or ice cream.
Making pancakes from scratch is easy with this DIY homemade pancake mix – it makes a hot breakfast possible even on busy mornings.
This easy fig jam recipe starts with fresh figs & is sweetened with honey & maple syrup. This fig spread is a snap to make in a slow cooker!
This blueberry jam recipe for canning is a flavorful way to preserve fresh blueberries while they’re in season.
This 2-ingredient strawberry compote recipe can be made in the Instant Pot or on the stove top. Spread it on toast or add a dollop to vanilla ice cream.
It’s easy to transform ground pork into a tasty homemade breakfast sausage with this recipe and just a few herbs and spices. Make up a batch of this mild sausage and keep it in the freezer.
Pumpkin, spice, and everything nice! This healthy granola recipe is crunchy and filled with some of my favorite flavors. A great breakfast to start the morning.
If Eggo waffles are part of your rushed weekday mornings, consider this waffle recipe for freezing your own. Fewer artificial ingredients and less packaging/waste. And I daresay, they *taste better, too!
No matter what the food corporations want you to believe (It’s hard! You don’t have time for cooking!) you can cook from scratch. The food will taste better, you’ll eliminate some questionable ingredients, and there’s much less waste with these homemade recipes.