Eggy bread is always popular for breakfast or brunch on the weekends, plus it's something the whole family can enjoy! But if you prefer these for dessert instead, give them a light sprinkle of icing sugar and serve with vanilla ice cream.
This is one of my favourite sandwiches which I often have for lunch! You can make it the night before and it stays good!
This recipe is our favorite Sunday breakfast. I like eating it with a spicy pickle; you can also make any stuffing and serve it to kids like a dosa.
This treat is surprisingly moist and has a wonderful flavour. It's also a great way to use up over-ripe bananas. For a variation, you can add dry fruits or raisins.
Delicious, healthy, low fat muffins that kids and adults both enjoy! Great for breakfast or as a snack with tea or coffee, or for kids' parties. Once cooled, these are portable enough for picnics.
How about using those ripe bananas to make this golden loaf? This recipe is low fat, tastes great for breakfast or chai time and is ready within an hour. What's not to love?!
At chai time, try this in place of the usual kachoris or savoury mixtures. Freshly grated Parmesan, a bite of black pepper and just a hint of fresh rosemary, baked into crispy golden twists. Make wonderful home made gifts too.
Coffee in one hand and a decadent, melt in your mouth, warm muffin rolled in cinnamon sugar in the other. Ahhh!
Bread slices soaked with milk, kishmish, dried fruits and baked. Serve it hot with custard or just eat it cold for breakfast or chai time.
Try this for your next breakfast. Cheddar sandhwich topped with an mixture of egg and milk and baked. Just like an omelette, add cooked bacon, mushrooms, ham or tomato!