Salami + White Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich Recipe

Salami and White Cheddar Egg Sandwich by Bunny Baubles Blog 1

Over Labor Day, my mom offered to make me a breakfast sandwich that my brother Brian had introduced to her and the rest of my family. I didn’t know how it would be much different from any other breakfast sandwich, but I said yes nonetheless. Continue reading “Salami + White Cheddar Breakfast Sandwich Recipe”

Berry Beet Smoothie Recipe

Berry Beet Smoothie by Bunny Baubles Blog

Smoothies are so sneaky. I absolutely love that I can throw tons of fruits and vegetables into a blender and all you taste is sweet yumminess. It’s like taking a salad and ending up with ice cream. If that isn’t everything you’ve ever wanted, I don’t know what is! As we head into a week of rain and more possible flooding here in Houston, I am stocking my body up with good things like this Berry Beet Smoothie (knowing I will be stocking it with beans and canned tuna if the power subsides…). Continue reading “Berry Beet Smoothie Recipe”

Brunch at Mark’s: Southern Eggs Benedict and Honey Roasted Grapefruit Recipes

Southern Eggs Benedict by Bunny Baubles Blog

A week back, Kyle and I went on a trip to visit a good friend of ours in DC. Being the lovely host that he is, as well as a cooking aficionado eager to take me up on joint blog post, Mark treated us to the most fantastic brunch! Ideas swirled back and forth the week before we arrived, and we settled on this perfection of a brunch: Southern Style Eggs Benedict (of sorts) accompanied by honey roasted ruby red grapefruit. My mouth is watering just thinking about it again. Continue reading “Brunch at Mark’s: Southern Eggs Benedict and Honey Roasted Grapefruit Recipes”

Orange + Almond + Dark Chocolate Biscotti Recipe

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Although I had fully intended to put up a post about the preppy, off the shoulder dress I’ve been working on, I didn’t finish it because I was having a BLAST enjoying the to-die-for weather we had in Houston! The cold dark winters really get me down after a while, so my mood exploded into happiness with this bath of sunshine and warmth. Only the weather and a seriously fun bunch of activities with my best friends could compete with wanting to craft and share my fun with y’all! Continue reading “Orange + Almond + Dark Chocolate Biscotti Recipe”

White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry and Pistachio Biscotti Recipe

White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti by Bunny Baubles Blog

As I freeze my bum off in Chicago over the Christmas holiday, I find myself consistently cupping a big mug of tea in my little hands trying to warm myself up. And nothing goes with a big mug of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate like a good, old-fashioned biscotti. Crunchy, dunkable, and filled with yummy goodies, it’s hard to say no to a biscotti at tea time. Continue reading “White Chocolate Dipped Cranberry and Pistachio Biscotti Recipe”

Christmas Breakfast: Gourmet Egg Tart Recipe

Christmas Breakfast - Gourmet Egg Tart

Christmas morning is possibly the best morning of the entire year. My siblings and I have always lined up at the top of the stair (even as our horizontal growing has made it quite a tight squeeze), and then rushed down to the glorious site of the tree all lit up, hot chocolate on the stove, and presents galore! Though present opening takes a good 3 hours and chocolate and candy canes seem like enough breakfast to tide us over until dinner, a fabulous breakfast treat is never turned away. Continue reading “Christmas Breakfast: Gourmet Egg Tart Recipe”

Strawberry Mint French Toast Recipe

Strawberry Mint French Toast

There’s just something about Sunday mornings that inspires me to make brunch. Maybe it’s the openness of the day, or the fact that I’ve spent the last couple of nights splurging on dinners out, but it seems to happen just about every week. Although I’m smitten with just about every breakfast food imaginable, French toast is my favorite. Continue reading “Strawberry Mint French Toast Recipe”

Baby Barnaby’s Green Eggs and Ham Recipe

So there’s this magical little brunch place that my friends and I love to go to. There’s very little space and always a line, but if you have a bit of patience a brunch in the sun is lovely at Baby Barnaby’s. The menu has various delicious options with breakfast burritos, pancakes, and the like. But I come here for the Green Eggs and Ham. The eggs are quite literally green and the ham is actually apple sausage (amazing). I crave the green eggs so often that I decided to make my own homemade recipe to save a few bucks and a wait in line! The true version includes artichoke hearts too but I don’t usually have those on hand so I ditched ’em. Just grab a small can and sauté with the spinach to include them if you fancy!

Ingredients:

(Makes 4 servings)

8 Eggs
1/2 cup Milk
2 handfuls of Spinach
2 cloves of Garlic minced
1 Tbs Olive Oil
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack Cheese
Salt and Pepper

1. Put the oil and garlic in a large frying pan and sauté until the garlic has browned.

Sautee Garlic for Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs

2. Add the spinach (and artichokes if you’d like) to the pan and cook until the spinach has all wilted.

Sautee Spinach for Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs

3. Whisk up your eggs, milk, and a dash of salt and pepper in a large bowl to add fluffiness to the eggs. Pour egg mixture over the spinach and cook on medium low. Scramble the eggs while they cook to mix up all of the eggs and veggies.

Scramble Eggs for Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs

4. When the eggs have almost fully cooked, add the cheese and mix around until it has fully melted.

Add cheese at halfway scrambled point for Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs

Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs by Bunny Baubles

Serve hot with some bacon and toast, or get really fancy and find some apple sausage at the grocery store to cook! You could open your own little B+B at this point.

Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs Breakfast

Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs Breakfast by Bunny Baubles

 

Baby Barnaby's Green Eggs and Ham

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients:

8 Eggs
1/2 cup Milk
2 handfuls of Spinach
2 cloves of Garlic minced
1 Tbs Olive Oil
1 cup shredded Monterey Jack Cheese
Salt and Pepper

1. Put the oil and garlic in a large frying pan and sauté until the garlic has browned.

2. Add the spinach (and artichokes if you’d like) to the pan and cook until the spinach has all wilted.

3. Whisk up your eggs, milk, and a dash of salt and pepper in a large bowl to add fluffiness to the eggs. Pour egg mixture over the spinach and cook on medium low. Scramble the eggs while they cook to mix up all of the eggs and veggies.

4. When the eggs have almost fully cooked, add the cheese and mix around until it has fully melted.

Serve hot with some bacon and toast, or get really fancy and find some apple sausage at the grocery store to cook!

Recipe by Bunny Baubles Blog