This breakfast dish is popular in North Africa and the Middle East. It's often served with a side of toasted bread and can be topped with feta cheese and parsley. It's the perfect dish to meal prep for weekend brunches when you want to wake up to something homemade and delicious, but without the hassle of cooking from scratch!
This individual (or enough for two if you're feeling nice) strawberry-rhubarb crisp is a great way to use up any fruits that are in harvest so you can enjoy them later on. We utilize our new 2-cup tray for this recipe, but you can definitely use the original 1-cup tray as well.
This Crustless Mini Quiche recipe is easy to make and feels like something you would order at a restaurant. I love to eat this on mornings when I'm busy, but am looking for something fancier than scrambled or hardboiled eggs. This recipe yields 4 cups so if you have any leftovers, make sure to freeze it.
Growing up, my mom made us this delicious challah recipe every week for Shabbat dinners. We love baking individual portions of challah using our 1-cup trays so that we can easily freeze them to enjoy for later. We also use this dough to make cinnamon rolls and garlic knots. It's so versatile.