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Winter Transitioning at BHH Blog: A list of cozy recipes to get you excited about the colder months ahead. Let’s start with breakfast.

My weekday breakfast is usually a bowl of corn flakes, quickly microwaved instant oatmeal or toast with nutella and bananas. If I’m feeling particularly lazy, it might be Tassimo coffee instead of freshly grinded Te Aro beans.

BUT weekends, well, they’re a whole different matter:

Dutch Baby Pancakes, Rapini & Egg Biscuit Sandwich, Oeuf Cocotte, Bacon Baked Eggs,  Cinnamon Pull Apart Bread, and the various scones I’ve made over the years, including the South American counterpart, Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pão de Queijo), are the types of food I gravitate towards when I have more time on my hands. I consider them easy and fast recipes. They’re also versatile, which is great when you feel like substituting ingredients. (Google pull apart bread and you’ll find a hundreds variations by now!)

Other comforting and calorie-rich winterlicious recipes that I hope to make: Breakfast Pizza, Homemade Poptarts , Brown Sugar Roasted Fig Oatmeal , Chai Spiced Cinnamon Rolls , Cranberry Orange Walnut Bread , Shakshuka , Green Onion Pancakes , Coconut Swirl Bread. For more non-Western breakfast ideas, I highly recommend the Globetrotter Diaries blog, which has a recipe for a Guatemalan breakfast and Masala Dosa (Potato Stuffed Indian Crepe).

Happy baking and cooking and eating! (Oh, and Happy Monday!)




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  1. December 16, 2012

    Hey Patricia! You should definitely give the Shakshuka a try. It’s pretty simple to make and if you prepare the sauce ahead of time, it makes for an easy brunch option :)

    • December 16, 2012

      Will definitely try it, Pasan! Also looking forward to your Moroccan tea recipe. :)

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