Easy Breakfast Recipes – King’s Hawaiian Waffles with Pumpkin Syrup

When it comes to easy breakfast recipes, it doesn’t get much easier than this. Sliced King’s Hawaiian Sweet Bread is turned into waffle squares and topped with a creamy Pumpkin Pie Syrup for a simple breakfast everyone will love! 

Easy Breakfast Recipes - King's Hawaiian Waffles with Pumpkin Pie Syrup from dineanddish.netFriends, I may have discovered an easy breakfast recipe to make you feel a little less guilty about not having time to feed your kids a “real” meal in the morning.

I mean, those frozen waffles? We all know that those are about as easy as things get in the morning, right? Well, dare I say this is even easier.

You see, I “waffled” King’s Hawaiian Sweet Sliced Bread. Have you seen their sliced bread? It is so great by itself, but let me tell you… it is so, so, so good as little waffle squares!…

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Hallmark: When The Neighborhood Grows Up

Watching our neighborhood grow up… a Hallmark Life is a Special Occasion Post.

Halloween 2009 on Payne Street Boo in the Bubble

Boo in the Bubble 2010

Maybe it’s because the oldest “kid” on our block left us for college this year…

Or that my son no longer wants to dress up for Halloween…

Or that our group of “kids” at our annual Halloween “Boo in the Bubble” neighborhood party is dwindling more and more each year…

But I’m feeling so wistful lately.

The neighborhood is growing up.

Boo in the Bubble Neighborhood Halloween Party 2011

I see our neighborhood changing form…

In the lower voices that emit from our basement where the kids hangout.

In the increase in number of cars in the driveways, because those babies we once knew are driving now!

In the homecoming dresses, the dates being had, in the fewer bubbles being blown and driveways being covered with chalk, replaced by makeup, sports and cell phones….

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Kansas City Royals Cocktail and Giveaway

Kansas City Royals World Series Cocktail from dineanddish.net

It’s a great time to be a Kansas City Royals fan! Celebrate the World Series with this fun Royals Blue cocktail and a Kansas City Royals t-shirt and hat flash giveaway! If you live in Kansas City, you can’t help but to have caught Royals Fever. The Kansas City Royals post season games have been…

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Peach Slow Cooker Dessert

Peach Slow Cooker Dessert Recipe from dineanddish.net

If you are looking for a dessert recipe that is as easy as can be, give this Peach Slow Cooker Dessert recipe a try! It’s a great use of the frozen peaches you may have left over from the summer! I know what you are thinking… peaches in October? Kristen! What’s up with that? I…

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Halloween Party Idea – Frankenguac

Frankenguac Halloween Party Recipe from dineanddish.net

A fun Halloween Party Idea using fresh California Avocados to make a quirky and cute guacamole dip shaped like Frankenstein. Meet Frankenguac! Friends… if you know me at all you know I am not cutesy or crafty or “kid food” creative at all. In fact I used to be the food editor for a kid’s…

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Chicken Caprese Pasta Recipe

Chicken Caprese Pasta Recipe on dineanddish from the Skinnytaste Cookbook

A simple, full of flavor Chicken Caprese Pasta recipe and a review of the new (and amazing) Skinnytaste Cookbook by Gina Homolka. Enter the giveaway to win a copy of your own.  There are cookbooks you like and keep, maybe on a bookshelf or pantry to reference every once in awhile. Then there are cookbooks…

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Slow Cooker Butterfinger Hot Chocolate Recipe

Slow Cooker Butterfinger Hot Chocolate Recipe from dineanddish.net

If you love Butterfinger candy bars, you’ll love this Slow Cooker Butterfinger Hot Chocolate Recipe – a rich and decadent beverage for fall! Plus, enter to win a Crock-Pot® Slow Cooker Cook & Carry!  I am blaming this Slow Cooker Butterfinger Hot Chocolate recipe on Anna from Crunchy Creamy Sweet. She made a Homemade Butterfinger Bark for…

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Happiness Report #30 – Thoughts on Phoning it In

The Happiness Report 30 at dineanddish.net

This morning I was sitting at my kitchen table, reading the newspaper and drinking my made at home latte, mulling over in my mind what I am going to say during my talk at the upcoming Chopped Conference. The topic of my talk is something I am really passionate about in the blogging world, which…

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