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    Adapted many years ago from a recipe in the Calgary Herald newspaper. It is a no fail recipe! Easy for the beginner cook and looks very elegant. Can be doubled and tripled with no problem! Cook time does not take into consideration overnight sitting time, so plan ahead!!

    Recipe #71017

    These muffins are a hit as a snack, or a light dessert. Freeze them up to one month; thaw in the refrigerator overnight, or defrost in the microwave.

    Recipe #70405

    This is one of my favorite monthly freezer cooking recipes. So easy and cooks up perfectly every time. It's from the Freezer Cooking Manual, but I tweaked it a little. Can be done in endless variations. My favorite combo is chicken, bacon and spinach with swiss cheese. Also great as a vegetarian meal- just skip the meat and add extra veggies.

    Recipe #290442

    These are easy to make and really tasty.

    Recipe #191627

    This bread freezes delightfully, if you slice it and wrap pieces it's fantastic to grab in the morning going out of the door. To have at night as a snack, or to pull out for tea with friends :). I hate nuts.. but you could add 1 1/2 cups walnuts or pecans if desired. EDIT:When I wrote this I failed to see how I'd missed the "simple" steps. I have a kitchenaid stand mixer with one of those pour in spouts. I drop my wet stuff in the bowl, put on the spout, put the arm down and put it on mix. I just drop in the dry as it mixes. I think it really takes me like 10 minutes max, to actually make this, and that's with the putting stuff in the bowl and adding the attachment. One poster said she'd had problems with a "baking powder taste", just try cutting it back. Cut your recipe in half and try 1 loaf, if you still have the problem, cut the powder back by 1/8th of a tsp.

    Recipe #119372

    This is a recipe I found online and adapted to suit my family's taste. You can use either Chorizo or regular bulk breakfast sausage, depending on your tastes. They're both good. If you like spicy foods, add a 4 oz can of chopped and drain green chilies.

    Recipe #87629

    This recipe was delivered to my e-mail by Quaker Oats. I'm going to store it here so it doesn't get lost. This recipe appeals to me because of the fiber in the oatmeal. It is also low in sodium (although I've been known to add a pinch of salt to my oatmeal)

    Recipe #296123

    Perfect waffles from Fine Cooking #47. Crispy on the outside, tender on the inside. My whole family loves these.

    Recipe #290901

    Made this for a Fathers Day Brunch and it was a hit! I made exactly as stated and it was delicious! I may try it with some add in's such as mushrooms, onions, peppers or tomatoes, though it really is great as is..... and it's sooooo easy to throw together.... just add some toast and fresh fruit and breakfast is ready!

    Recipe #93927

    This is a great, easy recipe when you are looking for something a little different for breakfast--especially when you have guests. The variations are limited only by your imagination, and what's in the fridge. Try different cheese combinations, and different types of sausage.

    Recipe #153461

    35 Reviews |  By Jedley

    This isn't so much a recipe as a tip. Most of us make omelettes the same way: wait until the eggs are nearly cooked, then add cheese, vegetables, meat, etc., counting on the heat of the eggs to heat them, and in doing so unnecessarily overcooking the eggs. If, instead, you cover your egg pan with a pot lid, you can add the omelette filling from the outset and it cooks WITH the eggs, so your omelette's already done at the point where you'd normally add the filling. And get this - you never have to touch a utensil! Try it and I bet you'll never cook an omelette without a lid again.

    Recipe #237789

    This is THE best Banana bread I've ever had and the one my kids beg me for and also the one I make for X-mas gifts every year. I found this recipe in an old Settlement cookbook (my favorite cookbook) and it's extremely easy to make. It has just the right amount of moist flavor and is great either chilled or at room temperature. This bread freezes well too and is easiest to slice when it's cold. Enjoy!

    Recipe #102652

    5 Reviews |  By Malriah

    One weekend, Dan and I went to Buena Vista,CO to visit his Aunt Fran and Uncle Dennis. I woke up Sunday morning with and urge to cook, as I had been kicking around an idea for a day or two. Aunt Fran and I hit the grocery store for ingredients and soon I was mixing this up. Mind you, the english muffins have been substituted for the english muffin bread that I was able to buy in Buena Vista but not able to find anywhere else. Using the bread, I only used 8 pieces. The finished product was so pretty, all brown and puffy. Altitude is a major factor in Buena Vista since it is right smack in the middle of the Rocky Mountains. Hence the 30 minutes to an hour cooking time since I am not sure how long it would take where you live. I did make it once in Kansas City (from memory), at the request of Dan, for his father and step-mother. I actually used wheat bread that time and it was rather good. Anyway, back to the story at hand. Fran and Dennis really enjoyed it and asked my to write down my recipe, which I did. I failed to get a copy for myself, which is why I made it from memory in KC but it just wasn't the same. Finally, I sheepishly asked Fran how I had made the French Toast that day and she gave me the recipe. She also told me how they had been making it all the time and sharing the recipe with their friends. Apparently, it was a hit in the small town of Buena Vista. I decided that I would name the recipe after the pretty little town and after the wonderful people who made it such a success there!

    Recipe #70856

    9 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    I found this recipe in an old Quick Cooking Magazine, and it is the only sausage gravy recipe I have used since. This recipe cooks up quickly on those mornings you just don't have time to make a big fuss over breakfast. The only thing I added was a dash of hot sauce. Thanks to D. Markel who had submitted this recipe.

    Recipe #184134

    Feel free to substitute any fruit or combination of fruit that you like for part of the cantaloupe.

    Recipe #129925

    Excellent basic recipe.

    Recipe #232511

    I love the taste of cream cheese and blueberries, these make a great breakfast treat or snack and it's so easy.

    Recipe #26030

    Very nice for Sunday Brunch! A great way to use up crusty breads. I use sourdough baguettes from Panera, but you coud use a crusty French or Italian also. This is not your ordinary French toast!

    Recipe #36309

    I've been drinking these every day for the past week and I thought I'd share it with everyone. I'm addicted to my immersion blender and I hope you enjoy the latest concoction. It's like a caramel apple without the stick, or the sticky!

    Recipe #87548

    14 Reviews |  By Kimke

    Easy, quick quiche recipe using Bisquick as a base. You can subsitute other veggies for the mushrooms if you prefer.

    Recipe #64189

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