Leanne's Saved Recipes

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

pip-says-hi replied to your post: I usually only get breakfast casserole…

And what, exactly, is a breakfast casserole? I have not heard of such a thing.

It’s probably a VERY American thing, and also probably pretty regional since a few of my friends in the south hadn’t heard of it before either. But it’s literally just…a casserole of breakfast stuff. You pretty much just fill a pan with squares of white bread, crumbled breakfast sausage, cheese, and whatever else, generally stuff you’d put in an omelet? Veggies/peppers? Bacon? More cheese? Hashbrowns? That kind of stuff. Then you top all that with a milk/egg mixture and let it sit in the fridge for a few hours or overnight and then bake it off and cut it into squares and oh my god so good. I like mine with maple syrup because I’m disgusting.

Tea’s Guacamole

teafortrouble:

teafortrouble:

Here it is, my personal recipe for guacamole, now with photos!

Ingredients (4 servings):

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  • 3 avocados, pitted, scooped
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup (~120 ml) diced red onion
  • 2 roma (plum tomatoes), halved, seeded, diced
  • 1 teaspoon minced fresh garlic
  • 1 pinch ground cayenne pepper

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Making more guac with my recipe tonight! :)

Today’s delightful breakfast sandwich: baked egg and avocado, roasted red pepper and s&p on whole wheat bread.

Today’s delightful breakfast sandwich: baked egg and avocado, roasted red pepper and s&p on whole wheat bread.

batter-sempai:

linguisten:

uniquelyevil:

This is adorable

Distinguishing Asian Scripts

As a Chinese can I just say that the Chinese one is freakin accurate because everything is either blocks, has wings or has so many strokes that it looks like it wants to kill you.

batter-sempai:

linguisten:

uniquelyevil:

This is adorable

Distinguishing Asian Scripts

As a Chinese can I just say that the Chinese one is freakin accurate because everything is either blocks, has wings or has so many strokes that it looks like it wants to kill you.

(via castiel-the-fallen-bagel)

strawberries-in-the-shire:

This, my friends, was the date cappuccino

10/10 do recommend

4 medjool dates soaked and blended with a cup of water and a teaspoon of instant coffee grounds. 

Such a brilliant idea. Got my coffee buzz, my sweet fix AND it’s good for you! 

This might become my new staple in the morning when I have oatmeal. 

Have a great day lovelies!

strawberries-in-the-shire:

This, my friends, was the date cappuccino

10/10 do recommend

4 medjool dates soaked and blended with a cup of water and a teaspoon of instant coffee grounds.

Such a brilliant idea. Got my coffee buzz, my sweet fix AND it’s good for you!

This might become my new staple in the morning when I have oatmeal.

Have a great day lovelies!

(Source: joyfulhobbit)

newchanceseveryday:

Obsessed with date coconut boats (aka halved dates filled with shredded coconut) lately, so yummm

newchanceseveryday:

Obsessed with date coconut boats (aka halved dates filled with shredded coconut) lately, so yummm

redefiningfood:

The breakfast food I wish I’d always known: Vegan, Gluten-Free Breakfast Vanilla Cinnamon Quinoa 

With Kiwi, Soymilk, Soy-yogurt, Raisins and walnuts. I can’t believe I’ve never tried breakfast quinoa before, because it is amazing: the texture is better than that of oatmeal and the slightly nutty flavour of the quinoa pairs so well with pear (hehe), and it’s so delicious and filling. It tastes like the most simple, guiltless dessert, and can be prepared beforehand - it’s absolutely perfect! For the five-minute recipe, click the Read More. 

  1. Firstly, rinse a quarter cup of quinoa and then bring 3/4 cup of water to boil. Put the quinoa in and let it cook for around 15 minutes, until the quinoa expansd and the white rind shows. Drain the water and fluff up the quinoa with a fork. 
  2. Add a drop of vanilla flavouring to 3/4 cup of soymilk or any kind of milk. Then add this to a bowl of quinoa with cut pear or apple (and kiwi if possible- the fresh sweetness tastes so good!) and then sprinkle with cinnamon (optional but would probably taste good: add maple syrup too!).
  3. To serve, add a dollop of soy-yogurt or yogurt, raisins, chopped walnuts and a final dusting of cinnamon!
bittersweet-harbourlights:

Breakfast! Greek yogurt, cereal, coconut flakes, peach and banana.

bittersweet-harbourlights:

Breakfast! Greek yogurt, cereal, coconut flakes, peach and banana.