This fruit salad is perfect as a side dish, dessert or even for breakfast. It is super easy to make and you can control how sweet it is by adjusting the sugar or honey yourself. Sometimes if the fruit is sweet enough, I don't even use sugar or honey.
I love to make homemade granola and put whatever I feel like eating into the mix. For this version, I am using a touch of butter, Hawaiian honey, and a bunch of tropical dried fruit including pineapple, coconut, papaya, mango and of course a healthy dose of cashews and macadamia nuts!
This Kalua pork or kalua pig benedict recipe is perfect for Sunday brunch! You can use homemade, store bought or your favorite pulled pork recipe in place of the kalua pig.
Kalua pork sweet potato has is perfect for breakfast/brunch get-togethers. Its made with smokey, tender kalua pork (hawaii's version of pulled pork), crisp sweet potatoes and maui onions.
Nice flakey croissants filled with savory siu mai filling...makes a great appetizer or use larger croissants and turn it into an entree.
Haleakala- Souffle Oven Baked Pancake, decadently topped with bananas, pineapple and carmelized cinnamon sugar!!
Recipe courtesy of Chef Craig Erickson - Sea House Restaurant
An island twist on a breakfast favorite.