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Blog Tour - Delicious Mornings



About the book: Make the most important meal of the day the BEST meal of your day! Delicious Mornings is a delectable collection of from-scratch breakfast recipes, including everyone’s classic favorites as well as scrumptious new twists like French Toast Casserole, Red Velvet Pancakes, and Easy Apple Fritter Monkey Bread. Holidays, birthdays, or even weekdays—whatever the occasion, you’ll be jumping out of bed to try these amazing recipes!

My review: I have to admit that one of my very favorite things to make and have for dinner is well...Breakfast. I am always up for eggs, bacon and especially pancakes or waffles. I LOVED reading this cookbook. I loved the recipes, I loved the amazing photography. And the recipes all sound divine. I loved how she has different chapters for all kinds of breakfast goodies, there's muffins, eggs, pancakes, and even desserts. All of her ideas look amazing, and there is one for Blueberry Pie Pancakes, I tried a similar pancake for breakfast at a restaurant in Ohio and I've wanted more ever since. I can't wait to try some of these out for myself! 

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

About the author: Dina Foglio Crowell lives in Historic Fredericksburg, Virginia with her husband who is in the District of Columbia Air National Guard and their four children. She is a self taught baker, professional blogger, photographer, food stylist, award winning cake decorator and freelance writer. She is a member of numerous Ad Networks including Collective Bias, Pollinate Media Group and Tap Influence and works in the highly competitive field of Brand Ambassadorship.  She has written articles and developed recipes for ad campaigns working with major brands including Hershey’s, Nestle, Betty Crocker and Kraft Foods.  Dina is an award winning cake decorator with two second place wins from the National Capital Area Cake Show in the professional tiered cake division. Her popular blog www.buttercream-bakehouse.com has become a media platform to inspire culinary achievement for home bakers who want to learn the craft of baking and try easy to follow recipes and have comparable success doing it.  Dina has been featured on various online recipe forums including Taste of Home, Gooseberry Patch, Recipe Lion, Just a Pinch, The Best Dessert Recipes and Recipe Chart. Her photography has been been the cover shot for several ebooks and can also be found on Foodgawker.com. and Tastespotting.com.  Dina is a partner with Taste Media Ad Network and is listed as a favorite blog on Tasteofhome.com.  She also serves as a voluntary field editor for Taste of Home magazine.

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