Are you a sweet breakfast lover like me? If yes, then these fresh cherry scones are for you. If not, I think this recipe will covert you. Ha! They are buttery, crumbly, and full of sweet bursting cherries with orange zest that makes the flavors pop. They make the kitchen smell like heaven and will make you happy. Best served with coffee and orange juice. So good!
That moment when you tear a fresh warm Kaakeh apart and you dip it into Labneh and Zaatar! HAPPINESS. This is my easy Kaakeh Asrouniyeh recipe. Soft, delicious, and fluffy. Perfect for breakfast!
This is a healthy granola recipe, spiced with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, flavored and naturally sweetened with carob molasses. It has oats, walnuts, apple chips, pumpkin seeds, raisins, and a touch of orange zest. Better than any store-bought version out there. Try it!
If you're craving a sweet healthy breakfast, then this granola bowl is for you! Fresh Laban flavored with banana, cinnamon, chocolate hazelnut spread, topped with granola, strawberries and honey. So good!
There is nothing like homemade soft pretzels! Soft and pillowy on the inside. Tanned and salty on the outside. Sprinkled with Zaatar and salt for that Lebanese touch! I love to have them warm with a cheese dip or some Labneh.
When I made this recipe for the first time I wasn't planning on calling it Knefeh, since it is nothing like the traditional dish. Then I discovered that it has all the Knefeh charm; oozy interior, rich fried exterior, drizzled with honey, and just perfect. It is definitely a lighter, easier, more colorful version of your usual Knefeh. Make it and thank me later!
There is nothing like stacking up warm fluffy banana honey pancakes on a lazy weekend morning, topping them with fruits, and drizzling them with sweet honey. No need to say anything more, it's just pure goodness! check out the recipe.
There's a million way to eat Labneh, but this is certainly my favorite way. Labneh dip with fennel, pomegranate seeds, fried pine nuts, lots of olive oil, served with perfectly baked pita. Simple but it always excites me!
This is definitely a spicier, more interesting version of your usual breakfast eggs. They are served on a toasted tortilla, with crispy chorizo, salsa Fresca, creamy avocado, and lemon wedges for squeezing. Sounds delicious, right?