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    These are so great as pancakes, but even better as sandwiches! (Can be frozen for OAMC, also.)

    Recipe #134085

    This recipe had come to me through several hands and has no doubt been somewhat modified although I was told the original may have come from Prevention Magazine. These keep very well and freeze beautifully. You will need a food processor to chop the oranges but the rest is done by hand You may have to do some searching in a good market or health food store for some of the ingredients but once you try them you will be glad you too will be addicted.

    Recipe #97315

    3 Reviews |  By Tish

    This is a get up and go in the morning cookie filled with good for you stuff when you don't have time to sit down. Also good for the little ones snack after school if peanuts are not a problem.

    Recipe #102864

    This recipe is different than empanadas I have seen here. This can also be made ahead of time and reheated later. *OAMC*

    Recipe #130244

    This wonderful recipe is from The Cheese Lover's Cookbook and Guide by Paula Lambert, adapted slightly cause I want MORE of everything. These scones also freeze beautifully (fully-baked). I individually wrap in double-foil and then breakfast is ready for me when I don't have time to make it.

    Recipe #92160

    This comes from one of my favorite OAMC cookbooks. Enjoy!

    Recipe #133467

    Adapted from "Mega Cooking" by Jill Bond.

    Recipe #122197

    This recipe was inspired by my girls' love of Quaker Oatmeal Breakfast squares...This is my first try at a similar bar.

    Recipe #98204

    Another recipe using the Cut-N-Seal.

    Recipe #219825

    131 Reviews |  By Tish

    Great for that run in the morning breakfast. You can also take frozen burritos with you when going camping. Just place the bag of frozen burritos into the ice chest, and by the time you're ready for breakfast the first morning, the burritos are fully thawed. Then simply reheat them in a large skillet over the campstove or fire grate.

    Recipe #30165

    Fighting the dry edges of a frozen burrito is very challenging, this is one of my solutions. Presteaming makes the tortilla moist for freezing, I strongly suggest you do so.

    Recipe #117846

    I guess you'd call this OAMC......I've kind of modified it to suit my tastes, but you can put anything in these, or adjust the quanities. Soemtimes, I'll use ham, too

    Recipe #87370

    We had a brunch to plan, and my husband had the odd idea of making a calzone but with breakfast items inside of it. It turned out to be delicious, and we have made it several times since. Its easy to make, and you can add just about any ingredients you want.

    Recipe #184707

    A B & B recipe adapted from the internet. An excellent choice for breakfast that can be made ahead.

    Recipe #153183

    These truly are cookies for breakfast! Low in fat and high in protein, they are a perfect choice to grab on the run.

    Recipe #102012

    These are a savoury version of an English favourite. They are wonderful served slightly warm, split in half and spread with butter.

    Recipe #136781

    Delicious Scones from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America. Scones aren’t just for tea anymore. Like the humble all-American biscuit, they offer a satisfying addition to almost any meal. These light, flaky crumb and tender texture scones complement any dish. Scones have gone from the classic teatime essential to a trendy and sophisticated anytime snack. These are hands down the most tender and delicious scones I have ever eaten. (The scone dough must be frozen for up to 12 hours before use). For tender, flaky scones refer to these guidelines: 1. Do not over mix. If you work the dough too much, your scones will be tough and chewy. 2. Roll or pat the dough so that it is at least one-half inch thick. Thicker dough results in a better shape and lighter texture. 3. Watch the clock when baking. Like most baked goods, scones continue to bake as they cool.

    Recipe #129195

    This is so good. You can make it ahead of time and then pop it in the oven on Christmas morning. My kids love it year round. It is always a big hit at any breakfast or brunch.

    Recipe #102886

    4 Reviews |  By Tish

    Pull these from the freezer for a yummy breakfast. Think ahead the night before for a quick warm roll directly from the over--the smell is sure to wake up the family and get them to the table!

    Recipe #30876

    From Cooking Light (May 2005). They suggest filling these with a mixture of berries (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, & blackberries), but I think this would be even better with some cooked apples or pears. This needs time to chill.

    Recipe #119550

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