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Apricot Preserves & Almond Waffles (Vegan Recipe)

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and I’m teaming up with Bonne Maman preserves for their Mother’s Day campaign. My task was to come up with a sweet breakfast in bed recipe for Mother’s Day using Bonne Maman Apricot preserves. So I these sweet and delicious Apricot Preserves & Almond Waffles. Scroll down to the…

Oats and Sour cream Pancakes

BM# 73: Week 1/ Day 1 Theme: Valentines Day Recipes Dish: Oats and Sour cream Pancakes It’s a new month and we are starting a new edition of blogging marathon today. My theme for this week is ‘Valentine’s Day Recipes’. I am starting off with some fluffy and delicious Oats and Sour cream Pancakes.While chocolate…

Vegan Eggnog Pancakes Recipe

BM# 71: Week 4/ Day 1 Theme: Christmas Meal Dish: Christmas Breakfast — Vegan Eggnog Pancakes We are starting the final week of Blogging Marathon for this year. My theme for this week is ‘Christmas Meal’. For the first day I have these fluffy Vegan Eggnog Pancakes that are perfect to make for Christmas breakfast. Eggnog is a traditional beverage that…

Instant Rabdi with Malpua (Rajasthani Rabri Malpua)

Recipe to make Instant Rabri. This instant rabdi is the easiest dessert you could ever make. Recipe uses bread to thicken this rabdi/ rabri. I also used evaporated milk to make even more quick. Rabdi can be served just as is or it can be served along with malpua or jalebi or falooda. Serve it chilled or at room temperature for a yummy yummy dessert.

Mofo gasy or Madagascar Yeasted Pancakes for #Food of the World

Mofo Gasy meaning ‘Malagasy bread’, which is made from a batter of sweetened rice flour poured into greased circular molds and cooked over charcoal. Mofo gasy is a popular street food in Madagascar served for breakfast food and is often eaten with coffee. In the coastal regions this mofo (or bread) is made with coconut milk and is known as mokary.

Belgium Waffles for #Food of the World (Vegan Recipe)

This month we are visiting Belgium for Food of the World event. Belgium is best known for its chocolate (one of the world’s best), waffles and beer. I wanted to make a vegetarian dish from Belgium, but didn’t find time to do my research. So I ended up making Belgian waffles for breakfast this past weekend. But contrary to what I thought, waffles in Belgium are not really breakfast food, they are more popular as casual snack food — usually bought from a bakery or a street stand. The waffles that North Americans think of as Belgian waffle is actually…