This easy recipe only needs one skillet and uses ingredients that many of us already have on hand. Featuring sweet, cinnamon-simmered apples topped with a crisped oat and brown sugar mixture, stovetop apple crisp makes a tasty, healthy breakfast or dessert.
Apples are normally associated with the fall months, and apple crisp is normally baked in the oven. However, as we all know, nothing about this quarantine time is normal. I adapted this lovely, simple recipe out of sheer necessity. And because it is quick and easy and made with mostly pantry staples, I am thinking others may appreciate it as I did.
Filled with egg, melted cheese, and your own choice of vegetables and/or meat, these handy little egg & tortilla folds taste great for breakfast, lunch, or even a quick dinner. Plus, they are fun to make!
In the past couple of weeks, our world has been completely turned upside-down. Many, many are sick, schools are closed, countless people have lost their jobs, and others are working over-time in hospitals or in the food supply industry. Our minds are filled with statistics and new worries. Yet we still need to eat. Many of us are spending all or most of our time at home these days. For those of us fortunate enough to be healthy and have a good appetite, eating well will help us contend with the challenges ahead.
Kick off summer with this lovely coffee cake studded with the fresh fruits of June. Slices of strawberries and rhubarb are baked in a sweet, moist cake topped with baked brown sugar. On a sunny weekend morning, a piece of this beautiful strawberry rhubarb coffee cake, a cup of coffee, and a chair on our porch are all I need for breakfast.