Starting off this calendar year right for me is a full , satisfied belly and pleased pallet. This morning's brunch was simple and delicious so why not share?
Did I mention it's an easy recipe too?
New Year's Breakfast at The Miller's
This recipe truly is easy. So much so that I do not measure but I will do my best for this space.
1.5 cups milk (coconut, dairy, almond, you choose)
1 tblsp organic raw apple cider vinegar (for dairy or use buttermilk)
Mix the two and let sit for about 5 minutes until milk is thickened.
1/2 cup melted butter (or coconut oil)
3/4 cup brown sugar or 1/4 cup honey or maple syrup
2 cups organic flour of your choosing (or gluten-free flour blend of your choosing)
1 1/2 tablespoons baking powder
1/2 tsp celtic sea salt
Stir well with wooden spoon
Add 1/4 - 1/2 cup of chopped pecans and if you like a 1/4 chocolate chips. I didn't add the chips today.
Pour into your waffle iron and cook to your desired darkness. We like them light golden for the most part.
Drizzle with 100% pure maple syrup, raspberry/strawberry/blueberry jams or even just a warmed fruit medley. Perhaps just a bit of butter like our daughter Sierra enjoys. Or if you're in a really decadent mood, whipped cream and chocolate sauce! What? Too much?
Waffles For Dinner?
Wanna get creative?
Have left-overs from the holidays?
How does turkey -topped waffles with homemade fermented hot pepper and garlic sauce drizzled on top sound?
How does hot sliced beef and gravy on warmed up waffles sound?
How does it sounds for dessert with icecream and drizzled with caramel, whipped cream, nuts and fruit?
You see, the possibilities are endless with one very simple recipe. My goodness, you could switch out the pecan for crumbled, crispy bacon or leave the pecans and just add the bacon. You could make a classic clubhouse sandwich using your left over turkey.....
I know there are endless possibilities because I am the culinary Queen and I can do anything!!! (said with a giggle and a wink)
Happy New Year!
Recipes are going to vary from meals to medicines. It's all about healing from the inside out because we truly are what we eat. What's the point? Well, gardening and foraging for your own foods, shopping local and no processed garbage or pharmaceuticals for what ails you? I think that's enough of point, don't you?
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