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Coconut Buckwheat Porridge

Easy & Delicious Soaked Whole Wheat Bread || Weed 'Em and Reap

Peach Breakfast Parfait

Wheat berries for hot breakfast cereal

Sprouting Wheat makes it a living food and easier to digest. The process is simple! Come learn more~The Homesteading Hippy #homesteadhippy #fromthefarm #recipes #frugallife

Whole Wheat Berry Waffles with Strawberry Blueberry Syrup | Fabtastic Eats

Berry-Lime Popsicles #4thofJuly

.. Quinoa porridge with blueberries and pecans ..

Labaneh Recipe | Thick, tart, and creamy, this yogurt-like cheese, when eaten together with olive oil, pita bread, and za'atar spice, makes a typical Galilean breakfast. This recipe first appeared in our May 2013 issue with Gabriella Gershenson's article The Promised Land. | From: saveur.com

Berry Shortcake Overnight Protein Oats - The Seasoned Mom

Lightened up Berry Shortcake Tostadas. Baked cinnamon-sugar corn tortillas, lightly sweetened Greek yogurt and whipped cream and fresh berries! mountainmamacooks.com #TacoTuesday #glutenfree

tomato mozzarella tart with a basil garlic crust....

Potato Kale Tart

Blackberry Breakfast Cobbler | I’ve been thinking about making this for some time and finally got around to it this past weekend. Why did I wait so long?! It’s not like it is hard to make or anything. Actually, it’s fairly simple. Let me show you. | From: addapinch.com

Mango Avocado Breakfast Parfait | Mary Sue Milliken’s Avocado Dessert Photo: California Avocado Commission | I recently had dinner cooked by Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger and this avocado and mango dish was served for dessert. The point of the dinner was to think outside the box for ways to use avocados. An avocado for dessert is still a little too far out for me. In my way of thinking, dessert needs to have whipped cream and flakey pastry and chocolate. | From: everydaysouthwest...

Blueberry Quinoa Parfait | The basic idea for the quinoa parfait was to layer quinoa with yogurt and berries and after that you could add pretty much anything else that you like. Since I was using blueberries this time I decided to pair them with some toasted pecans and to use vanilla yogurt though I was also contemplating on going with plain yogurt and then topping the whole thing off with maple syrup. | From: closetcooking.com