Fall Comfort Food

About a month ago I was able to come inside this gorgeous pinterest worthy home and see where all the magic happens. If you have ever been fortunate enough to have been made a home cooked meal by Greta or Erin, it was probably one of the tastiest meals you have ever experienced. I asked these sweet ladies if they would be willing to share a deeper look into their passion of cooking with the rest of the world.


I asked Greta if she would be willing to open up her kitchen so the world could see the magic that occurs inside. Of course she was kind enough and it gave me another excuse to stalk her home for some more decor ideas. The woods shelves? Handmade. Plus the lighting in there is every photographer, blogger, and youtubers dream.

It was a beautiful day, the kids were running around outside and I was able to watch Greta and Erin whip up some fall inspired foods A masterpiece of breakfast Strata and some pumpkin muffins. I of course had the easy task of watching them work their magic while snapping a few pictures. Hardest part? Waiting for the food to cool to taste. Needless to say it was delicious and I even was sent home with a batch of my own! Greta shares the recipes below and if you are looking for some easy meals to make on a busy schedule, well we got you covered! Leave a comment below if you would like to see more recipes come to the blog! <3

Gluten Free Breakfast Strata:


 The night before cut up one large onion and cook over medium heat with 1tbsp butter for about 8 min (until caramelized)

  •  Lightly steam a small head of broccoli for 5 min.

  • Cool both and refrigerate


Next Day…


  • Butter a 9x13in baking dish

  •  Preheat oven to 350 degrees


In a large mixing bowl add -


  •  8-10 eggs

  • 1 ½ cup half & half

  •  2 cups shredded swiss cheese

  • Add your onions and broccoli

  •  Salt and Pepper to taste

  •  Bacon bits and/or handful of spinach instead of broccoli (optional)


-Stir and pour into casserole dish-


Bake for 40-50 minutes at 350 degrees




Best Ever Banana & Pumpkin Muffins:


Mix in a large bowl -


  • 4-6 bananas, mashed

  •  1 15oz canned pumpkin

  •   1 ½ c. sweetener

  •  2 eggs

  • 2/3 cup melted butter


Then Add –


  •  3 cups flour

  •  2 tsp baking soda

  • 2 tsp baking powder

  • 1 tsp salt

  •  1-2 bags of Chocolate Chips


-Bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes-



Brianna Lynne