Peanut Butter Berry Smoothie Bowl

This delicious bowl is as close as you can get to eating ice cream for breakfast, while still feeling virtuous about the protein and nutritious fruits you are spooning up. For the best smoothies, freeze bananas that have gotten a little too ripe; just peel them and pop them in a freezer bag. The frozen ingredients make a thick smoothie, perfect for topping with granola, fruit and seeds.

Kale and Chickpea Mini Frittatas

Rushed in the morning? Bake a batch of these high-protein, low-fat breakfast frittatas, and you can refrigerate them for the week, or freeze them to take with as you run out the door. You can also freeze the dozen egg yolks you won’t be using in the recipe and thaw as needed for cakes and puddings. Check out our blog post on Minimal Waste Cooking for more ideas! 

Crustless Quiche Lorraine

Quiche Lorraine may well have started the quiche fad in the 1970s, with its ever-popular combination of bacon, Swiss cheese and eggs cradled in a tender pastry crust. In this version, we skip the crust and trim the amount of bacon a bit, for a paleo-friendly feast.

Spiced Pear Scones

When using Asian pears or other watery varieties of the fruit, you can roll them in cornstarch before putting them in the dough. This will prevent them from releasing too much water and making the dough too wet.

City Market's Maple Bacon Bread Pudding

This Maple Bacond Bread Pudding was featured on our 2017 Vermont Restaurant Week menu and was instantly a customer favorite! 

Cornmeal and Buckwheat Pancakes

This recipe was entered in our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest by Bonnie Beck.  Bonnie says,"This recipe is special because it was created by my acupuncturist." It's a gluten-free option for delicious morning pancakes!

Cornmeal Pudding

This recipe was the winner of our We ♥ Local Cornmeal recipe contest and was submitted by April Howard.  April says,"This is such a delicious, old-fashioned recipe, hearty and spicy, but not so common in today's landscape of fancy desserts. Many folks remember it, and will love to taste it again. It is good for dessert and for a sweet breakfast."

Pumpkin Spice Oat Bakes

Baking pumpkin spiced oats in a muffin tin produces neat little cylinders of pumpkin oat goodness that are just as good cold as they are warm from the oven. Try them with a dollop of vanilla yogurt and a drizzle of maple syrup, or a spoonful of your favorite fruit spread.

Avocado and Egg Brown Rice Bowl

Transform this rice bowl into a quick, filling lunch with the addition of leftover chicken, turkey or cubed baked tofu. Or for a heartier breakfast, add sausage or bacon crumbles. Top with your favorite hot sauce for some added spice.

Cinnamon Apple Coffee Cake

Warm up your kitchen with the aromas of fall cooking. All you need is one bowl and one pan to finish this cake! 


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