Pancake perfection for this year’s Mother’s Day celebrations. Because who can pass up a good brunch?
This holiday season, I’m taking panettone on a whole other level.
I was actually not a huge fan of French toast growing up. It was something I easily said no to during sleepovers and Sunday brunch.
I was more of a pancake and waffle girl, but now I feel like I’ve refined my French-toast-cooking-style and enjoy it a lot more. I’ll have sudden cravings for it during the weekend and my husband definitely appreciates my homemade version.
What can I say: I have an extremely busy schedule. Now, I’m not complaining because I totally love how my day-to-day routine goes. I get to strengthen my work ethic, write articles on a daily basis, do photoshoots every week – yes, lots of work but loads of fun.
I try to give myself weekends off as much as possible, and so by Saturday morning, I’m totally pooped from everything that took place during my Monday to Friday. What I love is that on the weekends, Joe will get up and prepare a delicious breakfast for me, always telling me to relax and take a break.
I know a plate of eggs and bacon may seem like a simple gesture, but it means the world to me.