I was hosted a brunch recently, and after indulging in so much food the last few days I decided to create these mini individual soufflés for my guests.
No surprise, they were a hit.
You can make your own variation and mix up the ingredients to whatever you prefer the most.
I slightly adapted this recipe from LCBO.
Preheat oven to 400 degrees
Lightly oil 6 ramekins.
Heat some oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Add tomatoes and stir just until they begin to soften, about 3 minutes. A pepper and salt. Stir.
Crack 8 eggs in a large bowl and whisk.
Fill bottom of custard cups with tomato mixture. Sprinkle grated cheese and dill overtop. Stir to mix with tomatoes. Using a spoon create a hollow in tomato mixture. Pour egg mixture over tomatoes mixture into each ramekin. Sprinkle with additional shredded cheese and dill.
Bake just until eggs are set, about 20 minutes.
I have the perfect drink to wake you up!
Push aside the Tropicana in the fridge and make yourself a clean drink that will be sure to be packed with vitamins and nutrients. What’s great about this drink is that there is a slight kick of heat from the ginger and cayenne pepper.
1/2 cup of water
2 oranges (peeled)
2 mandarins (peeled)
1 lime (peeled)
Juice from half a lemon
Chunk of ginger
1/2 teaspoon of turmeric
3 dashes of cayenne pepper
1 tablespoons of organic honey
Place the above noted ingredients into a Vitamix blender or juicer. Blend away and pour in a glass!
After shopping and wrapping all your gifts and attending back to back gatherings, you will need to indulge yourself and relax, why not with these lovely bath salts
Super cute and festive necklace for the holidays – Lenora Dame
I love the look of this match stick bottle and to add practicality to this it has the strike at the bottom!
Ahh bloody mary kit. The staple to any brunch, or also known as the cure to every hangover right?
This gin is infused with lavender – mmm my fav!
I know this next recipe is technically intended for summer, but I still think it’s a favorite all year round. Plus it looks festive enough for the holidays. And let’s be honest, we need to sneak in more fruit around this holiday season.
I adapted this recipe from the LCBO
This Triple Berry Summer Tiramisu is very light and will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Out of all the days in a year to catch a cold … A few days before Christmas! 😦
I need to get better asap! What better way then to make a Lemon Ginger Honey tea, which I have been making for years, and so I would like to share this cold relief remedy with you.
This tea will instantly warm you up.
-2 fresh sliced lemons
-A chunk of ginger peeled and sliced (I like the heat of ginger so I always add a larger piece)
-3 heaping tablespoons of honey
-2 sprigs of fresh rosemary (optional)
-Add the above-noted in a teapot
-Boil water then pour directly over ingredients in the teapot
Lemon- antibacterial, antiviral, and immune-boosting
Honey- antibacterial, antioxidant, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral
Ginger: antiviral, anti-inflammatory, aids digestion, effective against human respiratory syncytial virus
Rosemary- anti-inflammatory, immune-boosting