It’s August here in Georgia and for my kids that means back to school. That also means early mornings of making breakfast and packing lunches. I’m always looking for quick and easy meals not only for them but for myself as well. I also love make ahead dishes that are just as good on day five as they were the day I made them. This is one of those recipes. I also love it because it allows for each person in your home to add their favorite toppings so that you never have to hear, “but I don’t like that!”. Cause who really wants to start the morning hearing those words? This recipe is also a great way to start your morning with whole grains, fiber and even a good source of protein. I actually used a nutrition app to plug in these ingredients and will share those nutrition facts at the bottom of the recipe.
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Today is the first of the month and normally that means a bonus recipe for blog subscribers only. But this month, the first falls on a regularly scheduled blog Sunday so we have a special recipe for all of our Ankarsrum USA Blog guests. This recipe will also give you a taste of what our bonus recipes are like.
Today is also special because July 4th is just a few days away and with it comes a celebration of our nation’s birth. July 4th for our family is filled with great food and tons of board games and a wonderful day spent with great friends. This coleslaw recipe will be one you will want to add to your holiday menu for sure.
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If I had to pick one food to represent my childhood summer experience, it would have to be Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwiches. I remember one summer spent riding my bicycle to a friend’s house, playing in his creek and eating peanut butter sandwiches just about every single day! If we found ourselves at my Grandmother’s house, another ingredient would be added to this simple fare…..mayonnaise. Please tell me I am not the only one who has consumed a peanut butter, banana and mayonnaise sandwich?! My Grandma would say that the mayo helped to prevent the peanut butter from sticking to the roof of your mouth though I didn’t mind the stickiness and would have preferred to go without the mayo. Ugh! Don’t worry, there is no mayonnaise in today’s recipe. With that said, I set out this summer to recreate the flavors of my childhood by creating a cool, creamy, simple cheesecake recipe.
Continue reading Banana Cheesecake with Gooey Peanut Crust