How do you like your cereal?
Basil Cheddar Scones from the Messy Baker are wonderfully cheesy, slightly sweet, with a burst of fresh basil. Perfect for balancing on the edge of a bowl of tomato soup - the ultimate fall comfort food.
Saskatoon berry jam is a Canadian favourite once the regional berries come into season; I find that other tart berries pair well with them in jam - chokecherries, huckleberries, raspberries and blackberries all work well.
If you're hoarding cherries this summer, they're delicious halved and stirred into a batch of muffins.
How completely adorable are these? Deviled eggs made with coloured eggs, stood upright and filled to look like chicks coming out of their shells!
A crisp, eggy puffed pancake filled with sauteed apples makes a perfect Easter brunch.
Apple rings dipped in pancake batter make delicious apple-filled pancakes - a warming winter breakfast.
When a craving hits, toast oats, nuts and seeds in a large skillet along with pure maple syrup to make almost-instant granola. If you want to include dried fruit, add it after the granola comes off the heat.
Who's hooked on Downton Abbey? I had to make myself a batch of currant-studded cream scones to nibble with tea last time I watched. Who needs popcorn?
The combination of sweet banana and crunchy walnuts make them taste like banana bread in pancake form. Delicious with maple syrup!