Come and see what I will be cooking up on Marilyns Treats this week!
This is what was served during the week 9-2- to 9-6 in my home. On Tuesday morning was Apple and Cinnamon Steel Cut Oatmeal. Wednesday we served a delicious Marinated Apple Pork Tenderloin. Wrapping up this first apple week in Michigan we enjoyed an Apple Streusel French Toast Bake. Enjoy!
If you missed what I served up last week please click Serving This Week 8-26 to 8-30
Prepare these apple cinnamon steel-cut oats the night before and wake up to a healthy, wholesome breakfast! Don’t you just lovemeals you prepare when you have the time and then serve them when you are ready to eat? I know I do. Many of my brunch recipes are just like that. Prepare the night before and then just heat the next day. This Apple and Steel Cut Oatmeal doesn’t disappoint. The perk is it is healthy and even can be made Gluten Free if you wish. Add any fuits on top that are in season. This one has cranberries and golden raisins. Enjoy.
In Michigan, we are blessed with an abundance of apples. I don’t know what it is but every fall if I go to an orchard or a cider mill with my family and it just feels right. Sometimes when you’re in the middle of something as wonderful as Michigan’s apple harvest, you forget how really awesome it is. Apples and pork work well together — plain and simple. But today’s recipe will layer the flavors of apple throughout the dish. First, we’ll brine a pork tenderloin in apple cider and then serve it with apple chips and a velvety, buttery apple sauce.
I don’t know about you but I love Sunday Brunch. When I can make a dish that is easy and ready for the entire family at the same time I call that a bonus! I hate having the kids leave the table before I can sit down. And cold food is the pits. Honestly! The perfect answer is a breakfast bake. But the kids are begging for pancakes or french toast! Enter the Apple Streusel French Toast Bake. Not just french toast, but the KING of french toast. Brown sugar, cinnamon, and rolls piled high and ready when you are.