Regensburg Brunch and Breakfast Spots Part#1…


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I LOVE breakfast. It is my favorite meal of the day and I would rather eat breakfast dishes than anything else. Always. So since having children we are no strangers to getting up early and so we decided to go and try all of the different berakfast spots we can find in our city. 

I wanted to break it up in two parts cause we have tested a few and that would be way to much info at once. If you are ever in Regensburg, either for vacation or business you should definitely check out these places. We have been lots of times and tried the breakfast menu up and down. I am going to share my favorites of each and also some other significant things.

Also to be clear about breakfast. We do not like the normal breakfast like a piece of bread, butter and cheese. We always look for pancakes or waffles, egg variations and bowls. 

Breakfast / Brunch Spots in Regensburg


By far our favorite – by far. They have the most delicious and most extra dishes for breakfast. From eggs benedict to bowls, waffles, french toast and pancakes to avocado toast and breakfast burritos there really is something for everyone. They have a gluten free pancake option. Lots of different coffees (we are cappuccino people) and other hot beverages as well as juice and their own fresh lemonade. 

The garden behind is super pretty with lots of shade in the Summer. The inside is pretty as well but too big. There are some stairs everywhere so you will not be able to access the garden or the restrooms with a wheelchair. Also they do not have a changing table for babies. It is fairly priced and the dishes usually come very quick. Portions are pretty big. If you want to eat two different ones you´ll better share.


We have visited Charlie´s a few times now and it has great breakfast options but not as many as I´d hope for. The terrace and the indoors are super modern (black and gold always looks great together) and moody. Outside it can be a bit noisy cause there are two major streets going along. Also there is not much space inside so it will be a bit cozy if you are having a mom brunch with more than one stroller. Also the toilets are downstairs and there is no possibility for a wheelchair to get down other than the stairs.They do have a changing table for babies.

The pancakes and the breakfast sandwich are the best options to choose from. Of course you also can not go wrong with bacon and eggs. The prices are reasonable and the size of the portions are fine.



Café Kona

If you are having kids with you to take to breakfast this will be the best option. They have a corner with toys and books and small furniture to sit on. The breakfast is pretty normal. Bread, cold cuts and cheese and vegetables but the croissants are amazing.  They are warm and soft and delicious. I always order two cause they are gone pretty quick. Plus they offer bagels. I always take the English Bagel with bacon and eggs and beans.

There is a seperate bathroom to change diapers. You can get inside through the garden at the back of the restaurant if you have a stroller or wheelchair. If you are around the area in Fall make sure to try their pumpkin spice latte. I kid you not it tastes amazing.



Super small restaurant with a cute little garden on the back but also has super narrow aisles. It will be hard maneuvering with a stroller and that is why it´s best to sit out front. 

I love their pancakes and eggs plus the plates are the most colorful and pretty I have ever seen. 


Little Tony´s 

It is a two-storey restaurant. Pretty small but very cute. There isn´t much seating whether on the first or the second floor so I would make sure to make a reservation. There is a very small outdoor seating area but of course it is closed in Winter. 

I love to order the bacon and egg bread and the pancakes. So so good every damn time. Why is breakfast so much fun!! 

Very limited space for strollers but it is possible to get in and also toilets are accessable for wheelchairs and a changing table for kids is also available.


Part two is coming soon but there are a few places I need to get back first as well as to try more of their foods.


DIY Monster Bait (Halloween Crunch)…


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Halloween  might be one of the best holidays cause it is all about sweet treats. Since I am not a huge chocolate bar fan I decided to adjust my crunch recipe to match the spooky season and maybe catch some little monsters in my home. 

I have made crunch for almost every holiday now but I have to admit Halloween and Christmas are the two most fun.

It is fairly easy to make the crunch. Just add all the materials into a bowl and mix it with white chcolate (you could also use dark chocolate but in my opinion the white one looks better with all the sprinkles and decor). I have used little pretzels, macadamia nuts and cereal. 

For decoration I went with little chocolate chunks, M&M´s and sugar eyes. The orange and the candy eyes are what make it truly a Halloween crunch.

For me the upcoming holidays and seasons are the best of the year. I do not mind warm weather and flowers at all but there is something so magical and whimsical about misty Fall mornings, falling leaves, the cool and fresh air and all the pumpkin decor. Taking a walk with a hot beverage and watching the Fall foliage will be something I enjoy forever.


Soup Sunday Recap – Tomatoe Soup, Potatoe Soup and Tortellini Spinach Soup…


Fall time equals soup time. The rainy days and cold evenings definitely long for comfort food. I have always loved soups and especially acknowledged and increas during Fall time so for this year I started a new series – Soup Sunday. I am sharing all through September and October and maybe November a new soup in a reel every Sunday. So if you are interested definitely head back to my Insta on Sundays. I have already posted three soups and wanted to recap them really short on here. 

Soup Sunday 1 – 3

Tomatoe Soup 

– 4 apples

– 4 onions

– some olive oil

– about a litre of tomatoe sauce

– 2 teaspoons of vegetable broth

– water 

– 300 grams of cream cheese

– salt and pepper

– toast, cheese and a lot of olive oil

– saute apples and onions in olive oil

– add vegetable broth and cook for about 20 minutes

– add tomatoe sauce and seasoning and cook for another 20 minutes 

– add cream cheese and puree

– enjoy with or without the grilled cheese sandwich


Potatoe Soup

– potatoes (about 2 kg)

– one leek

– diced bacon as much as you like

– sausages

– water

– chicken broth two tablespoons

– some oil or fat

– saute the bacon in the pot until crisp

– add the potatoes and the leek and cover with water

– add the chicken broth and stir

– let it cook for about 30 minutes or until potatoes are soft

– mash potatoes

– cut sausages and add topping if you like

– enjoy


Tortellini Spinach Soup

– tortellini (about 800 gr)

– tomato sauce (about 500 ml)

– chicken broth 500 ml

– cream cheese 

– frozen spinach 

– garlic / salt / pepper / oregano (a teaspoon of each)

– put everything (except the spinach) into the CrockPot and set on high for 3 and 1/2 hour 

– add the spinach during the last hour 

– enjoy




Black and White Cake Pops…


I am not much of a candy gal but cupcakes, cookies and of course doughnuts have my heart. If I make any of these I am a 100 % sure I am going to eat more of them than I anticipated but I just can´t stop until they are gone. So I am not making these kinds of sweets often but last week Emilia wanted to have a cake pop and since you can´t get them anywhere I decided to make some at home.

They have been very easy to make although they look very complicated but there are only a few simple steps to follow and you have yourself some cake pops. You can make them as colorful as you like but I went with classic black and white ones today. They would look very pretty at a roaring 20´s party for example.

Now let´s talk about the few steps that will lead you to your delicous cake pop. First of all make the cake. I have used this recipe twice already and it works out great every time. Then make your frosting. You are crumbling up the baked cake to add the frosting and make little balls, stick the cake pop sticks into them. After that I put them in the fridge for about two hours. In the meantime I am melting the chocolate I need and get the decorations ready cause the chocolate hardens fast and you will get your sprinkles and mini marshmallows on there quickly.

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