Serving This Week 8-24 To 8-28-2020
Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what I featured the week of 8-24 to 8-28 on my blog. On Tuesday was Tiramisu French Toast. Wednesday was a White Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Raspberries. Thursday was Red Velvet Pancake Puppies. And winding up this week of Brunch was Baked Apples with Dried Fruit and Pecans. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 8-17 to 8-21-2020
Tiramisu French Toast Is great for a nice Sunday breakfast. The hint of coffee and cinnamon will wake you up so you can start your day on the right foot.
This extraordinary French Toast not only delights the eye, but will wake up your palate as you take a bite.
Take a childhood favorite up a notch and surprise the adults with the bold flavors.
Cinnamon Swirl bread will add a sweetness to the french toast.
And the coffee powder will highlight your bread.
But don’t be worried that the liquid center will make your Tiramisu French Toast too sweet!
The middle layer of the Creamy Liqueur will supply a kick to the mix.
Don’t worry about not adding it to the creamy mix.
The dish will still be delicious.
When you are garnishing this Tiramisu French Toast you can sprinkle a bit of cinnamon or even powdered sugar on top.
Add a few chopped nuts for a garnish at your discretion. They provide texture to your dish.
I love to serve a special brunch whether we have guests or for a Sunday get together.
Now that most of my family have flown the coop I enjoy when they are all able to sit down together at the table.
Family is very important to me.
And anytime I can serve a special meal to keep them coming home I am all for it.
My son is only too happy to come over on Sunday. he gets his brunch and dinner too1
I hope you take the opportunity to serve your loved ones this Tiramisu French Toast!
After all. You are the Queen of the kitchen.
And your kingdom can do the dishes!
Don’t you love to have pancakes on Saturday morning?
Isn’t even better when you don’t have to make them?
White Chocolate Chip Pancakes With Raspberries are a must try for anyone that likes breakfast.
I have often said on this blog that my husband is the real cook in our family and I am the baker and mess maker!
He can stand in front of the stove and conjure up any dish only having seen it once.
And don’t tell him but he is so sexy in an apron.
Truth is, he worked at a diner most of the way through High School and man he learned all the techniques for short order cooking!
These pancakes are so tasty they don’t need syrup.
If you are a sucker for fresh fruit and homemade whipped cream then these pancakes are for you.
And the French Vanilla Latte for after breakfast? Well that is a whole new recipe!
Making these White Chocolate Chip Pancakes with Raspberries are so easy that even your kids can help you make them.
All you need to help the kiddos with is to watch over the griddle and then transfer the pancakes to a warm oven as they are made.
Other than that all you need to do is mix, pour, beat and drizzle!
Since you are keeping them warm in the the oven, the entire family gets to eat at the same time!
You can drizzle the icing and top with the fruit right at the table!!
Serve these up to your family today.
These red velvet pancake puppies have white chocolate chips on the inside.
You can dip these warm red velvet treats into a sweet creamy cream cheese frosting.
These little pancake treats would make a great addition for a party or a large gathering and can be made in a jiffy.
They are easy to make and are inexpensive.
The few steps to complete the recipe are basic.
Mixing up a rich batter that starts with a cake mix is easy enough to do.
Frying the dough balls and letting them drain on a paper towel is the last step for the Red Velvet Pancake Puppies.
Make the cream cheese icing. Add powder sugar on the dough balls and dip!
Serve with syrup for those not partial to cream cheese.
What ever the preference, these pancake puppies deliver.
The kiddos can even help!
All they need is supervision as they fry, and then help adding the completed puppies to the warm oven.
Imagine a handful of kids at a sleep over sitting at the table and dipping these pancake puppies in the cream cheese sauce.
They make a delicious appetizer too.
Kids and adults alike will consume these Red Velvet Pancake puppies.
You will too!
Serve these apples as a wholesome dessert, or enjoy a healthy indulgence for breakfast.
These Baked Apples contain Great grains cereal.
This very easy recipe is healthy and chock full of raisins, dates, apple and pecan stuffing.
Great for a cool morning or after dinner TV snack.
These apples are a tasty reward after a long jog or hike.
No guilt here!
This Baked Apple will keep you warm and your tummy full of natural goodness.
Can’t you just smell the wonderful aromas and taste those good fall flavors?
The apple trees at the orchard down the street are just about ready to give up their early fall varieties.
When my favorites come into season my husband and I go through the trees and pick our own apples.
I love the Galas and Honey crisp. But we need to buy the McIntosh too for pie making. And of course the Fuji for this recipe.
And of course my husband always has an apple while watching our favorite TV series.
I love to bake apple desserts. But nothing can beat a warm baked apple stuffed with natures goodness!
All the ingredients in this recipe are just so healthy!
The juices and spices added to the yogurt and natural gain cereal is so delicious you will be disappointed when it is gone.
This Baked Apple stuffed with dried fruits and natures juices is one of my favorite fall snacks.
Even the kids will ask for this treat.
You don’t have to tell them how good it is for them!