Friday, October 10, 2014

Blueberry Buckwheat Breakfast Pudding

Life has been a whirlwind lately. A whirlwind of baby smiles, baby cries, baby giggles, dirty diapers, spit-ups, and lots and lots of breastfeeding. Yup. And when I find  myself cooking in the kitchen, all I want to make is something super quick, super satisfying, and super healthy. I'm slowly working my way back into the kitchen with meal planning and such, but man is it hard! It's even hard to find a free minute to put my thoughts into words on this blog and I really truly miss it. I can't beat myself up over it, though, because my sweet baby Hazel will only be a baby for so long and I want to drink all of her sweet baby-ness in, even if it means lots of dirty diapers and interrupted sleep.

I've always seen breakfast as the most important meal of the day for me, and now as a mom, it's even more important! Here's a buckwheat pudding that I really loved making this summer with the pounds of fresh blueberries from the farmers market. It's easy to make (throw it all in the blender and voila!) and makes you feel like you're eating dessert for breakfast. Kind of. Anyway, check out the recipe here.


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5 comments:

  1. What a beautiful looking breakfast! I've been using buckwheat a lot lately and will definitely give this a try!

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  4. how does one get the recipe info? is this a subscription and have to pay? if so, that would suck...so many great recipes out there

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