Pumpkin Oatmeals

Pumpkin is a food that is always present in most of the Puerto Rican dishes since you can cultivate it any time of the year.  Pumpkin is a versatil ingredient in the kitchen. You can eat it as a puree, use it for many desserts, pancakes, breads and use your creativity to make waffles, ice … Continue reading Pumpkin Oatmeals

Toasts with Fried Eggs and Sparragus

These toasts are a classic so you have to try it. They really easy and quick to do, they have few ingredients and are very nutritious. I love egg yolks and to deep my bread in them. The fried eggs have a touchof paprika. The sparragus were cooked in a pan and the almonds were … Continue reading Toasts with Fried Eggs and Sparragus

Peanut Butter and Banana Pancakes

Banana and Peanut Butter Pancakes are so unique and you will never want to change them as a great option for breakfast. They are vegan and however fluffy, soft and moist. I used banana, rasberries, dark chocolate chips and peanuts for toppings. I also served greek yogurt and sprinkle a bit of cocoa powder. The … Continue reading Peanut Butter and Banana Pancakes

Apple Pancakes

The spices combined in this apple pancakes make them tasted like chai. Inside they have apples and almonds that spread out their flavors when cooked in the pan. If you let the pancakes mixture sit at night you will have an intense flavor. In each bite you will get a piece of apple and almond. The … Continue reading Apple Pancakes

Cinnamon Roll Crepes

This crepes are amazing! They are in top three favorite crepes! It is so Christmas like with hints of cinnamon and toasted pecans with a greek yogurt frosting. This crepe is filled with a cinnamon agave syrup. The mix of the crepes is my own recipe. The texture is really soft and flexible. This food … Continue reading Cinnamon Roll Crepes

Mochaccino

I love black coffee and stay loyal to it because the flavor of an expreso will taste unique according to the bean and preparation process from the land until the cup. Some black coffees can be sweet, bitter, acids or balanced therefore you will add a sweetner or not to them. Usually, I do not add … Continue reading Mochaccino

St. Patricks

Every year on March 17, Saint Patrick day is celebrated. It is a tradition that comes form Ireland where culture is celebrated through dancing, parades, beers and food. It was first held in America in 1737, held by the Charitable Irish Society of Boston. teh feasting consist of traditional food such as corned beef, potaotes, coffee … Continue reading St. Patricks

Brussel Sprouts Salad

Brussel sprouts are more less like baby cabbages and they look very cute. They usually have a green intense color and you can eat them raw or cooked. You can boil them, roast them or sautee them until tender. When cooked they get soft and a bit sweet. Raw brussel sprouts have a crunchy texture and … Continue reading Brussel Sprouts Salad

Sweet Potato Pancakes

If there is pumpkin pancakes, why not create sweet potato pancakes! This vegetables are similar but clearly different. Pumpkin contains more water and less carbs than  sweet potatotes. 100grams of pumpkin contains 2g of carbs while 100grams of sweet potato contains 22g of carbohydrates. Althoguh pumpkin is more commonly for cooking desserts, sweet potato is … Continue reading Sweet Potato Pancakes

Mint French Toasts

Woul you believe me these are mint french toasts? Naaaah! And woul you trust me if I tell you they tasted amazing!? I hope so! Mint is a so refreshing flavor and you can add it to any recipe you want to using mint essence, mint leaves or tea. In this recipe I used mint … Continue reading Mint French Toasts