Make this Wild Blueberry Crumb Cake for someone you love!

Easy Wild Blueberry Crumb Cake

This one-bowl, clean eating Wild Blueberry Crumb Cake recipe has gorgeous color while sneaking in some antioxidants, too,

Make this Wild Blueberry Crumb Cake for someone you love!

Valentine’s Day is kind of a big deal in my house for a couple of reasons. For one, Norah and I get jewelry. What girl doesn’t love that? We also start the day with a super special breakfast. So not only do we celebrate with lots of love, it’s also special enough an occasion for me to actually bake something. And that’s saying a lot coming from me.

Breakfast usually includes something sweet and usually something Norah and I can make together. French toast and pancakes are regular features, but we’ve made a few smoothies and even an egg casserole one year.

One thing Norah knows will always be a hit with Dad is cake! This year we’re making this Wild Blueberry Crumb Cake. We are huge wild blueberry fans at our house and love how they add a gorgeous pop of color (while sneaking in some antioxidants, too). A few other healthy swaps make this a clean-eating breakfast treat. Plus, the recipe is basically foolproof. It’s a one bowl crumb cake that even this non-baker can throw together!

Make this clean eating Wild Blueberry Crumb Cake recipe for someone you love!

On most days it’s a no-no to have cake for breakfast. We make an exception for holidays. And crumb cake.

CLICK HERE to get the recipe on the Wild Blueberries blog, and enjoy!

Belgian Waffles with Wild Blueberry Cream

Belgian Waffles with Wild Blueberry Mascarpone Cream

These Belgian Waffles with Wild Blueberry Mascarpone Cream are a delicious holiday worthy breakfast!

Waffles are something I rarely make at home, especially from scratch. Norah is more of a pancake gal and waffles hardly seem worth the effort. This Belgian Waffle with Wild Blueberry Cream is definitely the exception.

A crispy Belgian waffle is topped with a creamy mascarpone Wild Blueberry spread and homemade no-bake granola. My almond oat granola is a staple in my house for topping chia seed pudding or Greek yogurt. It has a wonderful crunch and it’s relatively healthy compared to your average baked granola. It’s also a no-bake recipe which is awesome because and you know how I feel about baking. 🙂

The Wild Blueberry mascarpone cheese is similar to whipped cream, but a little thicker and much more decadent.

Belgian Waffles with Wild Blueberry Cream

This recipe was super easy to make and it’s surprisingly low in sugar. Instead of syrup, I mixed the mascarpone cheese with the Wild Blueberries and just a about a tablespoon of real maple syrup.

Waffles are perfect for the holidays, of course, but they’re also fun to treat someone you love.  You can even save time and use frozen Belgian waffles — bonus!

For the recipe, head over to the folks at Wild Blueberry or just CLICK HERE!

Wild Blueberry Belgian Waffles

Want more Wild Blueberries? You might like these recipes:

Wild Blueberry Sweet Potato Stacks

No Bake Wild Blueberry Snack Balls

Twice Baked Wild Blueberry Sweet Potato

Pasta Salad with Wild Blueberries

Tex-Mex Breakfast Tostada with Egg


I partnered with the American Egg Board and the Egg Nutrition Center on this post. Opinions expressed are mine. 

Scrambled eggs are one of the first foods Norah learned how to cook, back when she couldn’t even reach the stove! Finally, now 8 years old, she’s able to fully complete the process by herself! She can retrieve the eggs from the fridge, grab her bowl, crack the eggs into the bowl, whisk them, pour the eggs into the heated pan and scrape them onto her plate. I love watching her do it and it’s nice that it takes the pressure off me to cook her breakfast when I could be making her lunch and getting her ready for school…or just enjoying my coffee in peace.

Eggs are not only a super easy breakfast, but they’re a great way for kids to start the day. Breakfast is important for the kiddos. Studies show there are cognitive benefits of eating breakfast, such as better memory recall time, improved grades, and higher test scores. Eggs are a great choice because they’re a high quality protein, something I think is often missing in grade schoolers’ breakfast. The protein provides staying power, especially for the middle and high school kiddos, who usually have to eat at the crack of dawn and then go many hours before lunch.

We’ve always been an egg eating household. My husband is known for his omelet making skills and we buy eggs in bulk by the 4-dozen. We eat some eggs over here!

Eggs are pretty awesome. They are nutrition superstars, with just one large egg containing 6 grams of high-quality protein. They also contain antioxidants. Lutein and zeaxanthin are found inside the egg yolk, as well as vitamins E, D, and A, all for just about 70 calories. The antioxidants are just one of the reasons you shouldn’t skip out on the yolk, it contains most of the nutrients!

Many people still ask me about the cholesterol content of eggs and whether they should really be eating them. I have always said yes, in moderation, even before the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans removed the daily limit on dietary cholesterol and included eggs in all three recommended healthy eating patterns. The Guidelines even include eggs as part of a plant-based diet.

Eggs are a great way to eat clean on a budget, too. At around $0.15 each, they are one of the least expensive sources of clean, high-quality protein sources you can find. They’re also family friendly and super versatile. You can eat them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner with little complaints.

My mom's famous spinach pie is an easy crowd pleaser! It's cheesy and delicious, but still chock full of healthy greens! #dinner #cleaneats @danielleomar

Sue’s Spinach Pie is a longtime family favorite. If my mom (yup, she’s the Sue) was willing to whip it up, I could probably eat her spinach pie every day of the week.


Then there’s my husband’s omelets, which rival anything you would get in a restaurant. He stuffs them with spinach, black beans, salsa and sautéed mushrooms. His secret is the oven. He tops off his egg creations in the broiler to get the perfect amount of heat – no flipping required. Who else has ruined their breakfast with a flip gone bad?

Poached eggs on Sourdough toast with avocado sauce via @danielleomar

After my mom’s spinach pie and the hubs’ omelet, I’ll take my egg with bread, thank you. I love this super simple to make sourdough benedict with avocado sauce.

Tex-Mex Breakfast Tostada with Egg

My tasty Tex-Mex Breakfast Tostada with Egg is also the perfect way to start the day. It has all the elements you need to feel full and stay satisfied all morning long. It’s also utterly delicious.

The filling for Breakfast Tostada with Egg

First things first, I toasted up some pita on the stove (we use the gas burner to heat our tortillas so the house smells like a campfire, in a good way). Then I tossed together black beans, diced avocado, roasted corn, and shredded cheddar cheese with a little salsa and fresh cilantro. I placed the tasty mixture on my toasted pita and topped it off with a fried egg!

Tasty Tex-Mex Breakfast Tostada with Egg

Really, anything is better with an egg on it, right? I know this is!

Breakfast Tostada with Egg

Yield: 2 servings

Breakfast Tostada with Egg


  • 2 slices pita bread, toasted
  • 2 eggs, cooked over easy
  • 1/4 cup black beans
  • 1 Tbsp chopped cilantro
  • 2 Tbsp tomatillo salsa (plus more for serving)
  • 1/4 cup roasted corn (I used frozen)
  • 1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese (I used Cabot)
  • pinch sea salt
  • fresh ground pepper


  1. In a small bowl, combine black beans, cilantro, corn, cheese, salsa and salt. Toast your bread and fry up the eggs. Place bean mixture onto toasted pita, add fried egg and season with salt, pepper and more salsa, as desired to taste.

Breakfast Tostada with Egg


Tex-Mex Breakfast Tostada with egg is the perfect way to start the day. It has all the elements you need to feel full and stay satisfied all morning long. It’s also utterly delicious.

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