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Green Breakfast Smoothie

kale in blender

I’ve heard all sorts of people say that they’ve never felt better after drinking ‘green’ smoothies- with lots of green veggies like celery, spinach, kale, avocados as well as other things like beets and carrots. Chock full of vitamins, minerals and fiber, they’re said to help detox the body, or cleanse it.  To be honest, it just never seemed appetizing ... Read More »

Prep Scrambled Egg & Omelette Mixtures the Night Before Suhoor

scrambled eggs mix

Who doesn’t need to save extra time in the morning for Suhoor or breakfast on any regular day? Precious minutes add up quickly, so one of the easiest things you can do is prepare scrambled eggs the night before. To a bowl, add the amount of eggs desired plus any other ingredients. I like to add salt and pepper,  fresh ... Read More »

Buttermilk Pancakes with Orange Zest

Buttermilk Pancakes with Orange Zest | My Halal Kitchen

Winter weekend mornings are the perfect time to cozy up to a pancake breakfast. I can eat them without all the side fixings of eggs and {halal} sausages, as long as the pancakes are flavorful. That’s why I like to make these pancakes with creamy buttermilk and the zing of citrus zest or peels. You could replace the orange with ... Read More »

Blueberry Muffins

Blueberry Muffins in Tin

Everyone loves a good blueberry muffin, and quite honestly it’s pretty hard to find great quality muffins for a decent price, especially those made without a lot of questionable or unhealthy ingredients. That’s why I make my own and freeze them for those times when we really need a quick bite in the morning rush out the door.   Read More »

Chorizo and Eggs

chorizon and eggs vertical 400

It's been more than ten years since I've eaten chorizo, a type of Spanish sausage spiced with flavors like paprika which gives it an orange color. The reason I haven't had it in so many years is because it's mostly made with pork. Read More »

Breakfast at Kingsbury Street Cafe

Breakfast at Kingsbury Cafe Chicago | My Halal Kitchen

Sunday morning is a great time to have breakfast out with the family, but some places actually offer wonderful breakfast menu items during the middle of the week, too. I was recently invited for breakfast at a place I’d never heard of before, Kingsbury Street Cafe, in Chicago’s Lincoln Park. Read More »

The Importance of Suhoor & a Recipe for Parmesan-Feta Quiche

parmesan and feta quiche cut to 600

Everyone is talking about this year’s daily fasts in Ramadan being so long because sunset (the time when the fast is broken) will come a little after 8pm here in Chicago. It’s also a hot summer season. Very hot. Fasting isn’t meant to be perfectly easy or else how could we savor the reward of building self-discipline? It’s also not ... Read More »

Chilaquiles

Making Chilaquiles

I love to use leftovers at any meal, and suhoor (the pre-dawn meal eaten before a day of fasting) is no different. I also like a simple, uncomplicated yet versatile meal that will fill us up with good nutrition to get us through the day ahead. This recipe for chilaquiles, often called ‘Migas’ was introduced to me by my husband who ... Read More »

How to Make Flavored Yogurt and Quick Smoothies

Do you ever get inspired to eat healthy, shop healthy and then just try to make everything possible from certain beautiful foods you find at the grocery store or market? Recently I just wanted to use the plethora of strawberries and blueberries I bought on a whim at Costco, and use up my tart plain homemade yogurt in the fridge. Most ... Read More »

Healthy, Inexpensive Breakfast Served Up in No Time

How to Create a Simple, Healthy and Inexpensive Breakfast When You're in a Hurry Read More »