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    2 Reviews |  By Bev

    Try this for a bright breakfast treat!

    Recipe #227884

    These come out perfectly....the best scrambled eggs I've ever tasted.

    Recipe #109555

    This is great over vanilla ice cream or served alongside chicken or turkey. Adding a touch of vinegar and some red pepper flakes make it go great with Pork also. Basically, this sauce has a lot of uses.

    Recipe #168092

    Eggs paired with zesty salsa and warm corn tortillas create a hearty breakfast, brunch or dinner entrée. Refried beans, avocado, cilantro, green onion and sour cream make up the CIA's interpretation of this dish. To complement the heat of this spicy combination, serve with a side of chilled sliced fruit. The following recipe suggests fried eggs, although you can prepare them scrambled or poached. The rich and creamy texture of the avocado supplies a flawless garnish. This recipe is from The Culinary Institute of America's Cooking at Home with the CIA.

    Recipe #129203

    I know people wax poetic over Nutella (I don't mind it myself) but, for me, this extraordinarily simple spread (Confit de miel et noisettes) on a piece of toast is heaven. It will keep indefinitely in an air-tight jar in the fridge but, trust me, it won't last that long.

    Recipe #120220

    Chewy granola, tasty and delicious!

    Recipe #207417

    Moist and delicious - sure to be a winner with everyone in the family.

    Recipe #164409

    6 Reviews |  By Nimue2

    A great way to start your day! Just add a bit of fresh fruit and you're on your way.... * You can vary this recipe by using other types of preserves and/or nuts. My favorite is cherry pecan

    Recipe #38344

    5 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These are very good, filling and low calorie. Not just for breakfast, they make a great snack in the middle of the day.

    Recipe #14207

    I know there are a zillion pancake recipes already but I went thru and this one IS different and SO good. I think that mixing well, sifting the dry ingredients, and carefully folding in the egg whites makes these so very fluffy. And, wonder of wonders, you can freeze the batter, defrost in the fridge, and the pancakes are perfect. One more thing--you must use real maple syrup and you must warm it before serving it with the pancakes.

    Recipe #173284

    I love to make waffles on the weekends. This is my own variation I came up with that we really enjoy. These waffles are much softer than the crisper waffles you may be used to. They should be cooked all the way through (no longer wet inside), but will be softer, more like eggy pancakes, rather than crisp (although you may cook them longer for a crispier waffle). If you don't have powdered buttermilk, then omit the powdered and use real buttermilk in place of the water, milk or cream. Serve topped with syrup, butter, or powdered sugar. Cook time is approximate per waffle. This makes about 3-4 full size sheets of waffles (4 waffles per sheet) on a square regular waffle iron. The yield will vary depending upon the size of your waffle iron.

    Recipe #65011

    This lovely recipe, from Cooking Light, is great served with a fruit salad. Good for breakfast or dinner!

    Recipe #169224

    A great scone for kids and adults!! Taste just like snickerdoodle cookies. Perfect for a luncheon or tea.

    Recipe #124807

    This is a basic recipe, be it breakfast or dessert. Add fruit, nuts or even mini chocolate baking bits. It's so good, adjust any amounts you prefer.

    Recipe #55325

    From Cooking Light December 2006

    Recipe #204334

    From Cooking Light December 2006

    Recipe #204337

    By making your own granola you can reduce the fat and increase the richness of nuts and seeds. This is great alone as a snack or on top of yogurt or anything! For the mixed nuts and seeds you can use all or a mixture of slivered almonds, coarsley chopped walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds.

    Recipe #186162

    15 Reviews |  By Debber

    The original recipe comes from Susan Branch's "Christmas" book. This has become our traditional holiday side dish for Christmas and New Year's Day breakfasts. Use a different type of mustard to punch up the flavor.

    Recipe #186965

    Easy, Easy, Easy!!! From the Poppy Hill Bed and Breakfast in Mariposa California. Edit: You might try greasing the pie pan with butter instead of cooking spray.

    Recipe #215004

    These pancakes have a great texture, flavour and have a picture perfect presentation. The ratio of cornmeal to flour is high in these pancakes creating a nice almost crisp outside with a soft inside. Recipe created by me.

    Recipe #116821

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