Cheese Crepe for One {Grain-Free}

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I typically start my day with cottage cheese (weird, I know, but true) and then I like porridge or a smoothie post-workout. (I love seeing what other people eat every day! If you’re a little bit of a food voyeur too and you want to check out more of my daily eats, you can see my What I Ate Wednesday posts #1, #2, or #3). I usually think of crepes as a special breakfast that’s saved for rare occasions, both because it’s too hard to make for an ordinary breakfast, and because it’s not healthy enough to be for everyday.

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Vanilla-Ricotta Stuffed Crepes with Orange-Maple-Walnut Syrup {Giveaway}

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So, honey, I made something and I think it’s really good…do you want to taste it? I’m not really hungry.  (Not two minutes later, he grabs a bowl of mixed nuts and starts munching away.) I thought you weren’t hungry?  I’m not…these are just nuts.  (Lol, really?  I thought nuts were food.  I keep these thoughts to myself.  :) ) I sit down next to him, beautifully plated crepe in hand.  Can you just try a bite?, I say, waving the plate temptingly in front of him so he can smell it as well as see how pretty it is.  He sighs, realizing that sometimes […]...

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Buckwheat Crêpes

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It turns out that if you want a foolproof way to introduce more buckwheat into your diet (or if you’re like me and have a large bag of it in your pantry that you’re wondering how on earth you’re going to use up), crêpes are the way to go....

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Cheese Blintzes

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Blintzes make a perfect weekend brunch.  Imagine this…it’s Saturday morning, you’re slowly waking up to the sunlight streaming in your window and the birds chirping…you get up and brew your coffee (what’s better than the smell of coffee brewing in the morning?) and your stomach starts to growl, leaving you wondering what to eat.  Since it’s a little too late for breakfast (it is Saturday, you’re entitled to sleep in!) and too early for lunch you decide to have brunch.  Luckily, this recipe only takes about 15 minutes to make.     Cheese Blintzes   (Yield:  Serves 2:  makes 4 blintzes total, 2 per serving) […]...

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