Wake up and smell the comfort food! Get inspired to savor the day with delicious, easy-to-make recipes in French Toast, Waffles and Pancakes for Breakfast, Comfort Food for Leisurely Mornings, the comprehensive chef’s guide to making breakfast comfort foods at home.
Acclaimed chef and cookbook author Donna Leahy shares her secrets for making fabulous breakfasts with over 100 step-by-step recipes for pancakes, waffles and French toast, as well as breads, syrups and other toppings. With gorgeous color photographs and practical tips, the mouth-watering recipes in French Toast, Waffles and Pancakes for Breakfast will become your trusted favorites for both A.M. entertaining and leisurely breakfasts at home.
•Wow your guests with elegant, creative breakfasts from sweet to savory, like Peanut Butter Crunch French Toast, Peach Waffles With Butter Pecan Sauce and Bacon, Cheddar And Corn Pancakes
•Learn how to cook a delicious variety of pancakes, crepes and blintzes with ease
•Enjoy easy-to-follow recipes for classic breakfast dishes like Baked French Toast and Buttermilk Waffles
•With gorgeous color photographs and practical tips, French Toast, Waffles and Pancakes for Breakfast will inspire you to create delicious comfort food for enjoying leisurely breakfasts at home.
Chef Donna Leahy is an award-winning cookbook author and cooking teacher whose enthusiasm for breakfast has been featured on the Today Show, CBS Early Show and the Food Network. Her cookbooks include the best-selling Eggs for Breakfast: Delicious, Healthy Recipes to Jump-Start Your Day, Morning Glories, and Recipe for a Country Inn. Her recipes and cuisine have been featured in national publications including USA Today, The Washington Post and Fine Cooking. She writes cookbooks on a range of topics, all focused on eating well with easy-to-follow recipes. She lives in southwest Florida with her husband Bob.
“Leahy shares her popular, easy-to-follow recipes that combine a flair for seasonal tastes with simple flavors.”
“Time constraints mean that Leahy favors recipes that are not overly complicated and others that can be prepared in advance. Breakfasts are a particular strength.” Publisher’s Weekly