There are so many good things at their peak all at once - here's how to freeze the best of the season to extend summer long into fall.
Fruit, yogurt and grains make a balanced breakfast; why not freeze them on a stick for sticky summer mornings?
These Phantom Rhubarb Muffins have become a staple in our house - they're called phantom because they disappear so quickly!
Muesli makes the perfect portable breakfast – the oats absorb moisture from the yogurt and grated apple, making it soft and chewy with no need for cooking.
These scones require no cutting in of butter, making them extra simple.
Kids love to be in charge on Mother’s Day – and making breakfast is a great way for them to contribute to a lazy, decadent morning.
Young kids will love spooning granola and yogurt into a tall glass, then dropping in some berries – no matter how it goes in, it will taste delicious, and kids will be proud to have made it themselves.
Although it’s a brunch favourite, poached eggs make Eggs Benedict notoriously difficult to prepare for a crowd.
A snow day is a great excuse to stay in your jammies and make a big deal of breakfast. These cornmeal waffles make a tasty vehicle for crisp bacon. Lie strips directly onto the batter as it cooks. Douse with maple syrup.
This is a great basic scone recipe to warm you up on snowy, wintry weekends. Swap other berries, dark chocolate, dried fruit or chopped nuts to do your own thing.