Every year I go through the same thing. I see the small signs of fall coming, but I just ignore them. I never want summer to end and I never want to think about our Minnesota winter to come. But one thing that’s a sure sign of that impending change of seasons is what I want to eat. Well, first of all, I think Soup! But I also love a weekend morning to whip up something for breakfast. Something a little special. Something I might not bother with on a summer morning. Something like a Berry Souffle Pancake.
If you’ve thought a Souffle was a fancy dish, the bastion of a master chef, think again. I was charmed by this simple recipe from my Grandmother’s 1917 cook book. Not as tall or high rising as a fancy souffle, this is a simple, country souffle and is absolutely delicious. No stress and worry free, a souffle like this is right at home at breakfast, brunch or as a simple side.
Talk about a love/hate relationship! These Individual Chocolate Souffles are everywhere and have been for ages. And depending on where you get them, and how well they’re cooked, they’re sometimes, called Molten Cakes, Lava Cakes or Souffles, and sometimes I think I’m just over them. Yet one bite and I fall back in love. One thing’s for sure, they’re perfect for Valentine’s day.