We tried this over the Christmas holidays and it was a hit! Love that it leaves the morning free from cooking during family get-togethers. It originally came from the Allrecipes site, and we made a few changes.
It's difficult to find something "healthy" and yummy in the same bite! For me this is pure comfort food, without so much of the fat! Found on ginny.com
(10 tablespoons = is 2/3 cup plus 1/2 tablespoon)
I only had Cabot's no-fat cottage cheese and evaporated milk, but these still turned out scrumptious! At first I wanted to make larger pancakes, but I soon discovered they're easier to flip when they're smaller because they're creamier and moist like a crepe. My Mom made these growing up, and I forgot how easy it is to throw everything in the blender. I found this recipe from CheapCooking.com.
I just discovered this in Betty Crocker's baking classics. This should be illegal. It's a cross between a donut, a muffin, and cinnamon toast. I used butter, and I rolled the entire thing (top, bottom, and sides) in butter and in cinnamon sugar when it came out of the oven. This is way too simple to make and way too delicious. This is dessert to me...I wouldn't make it for breakfast, but it's good no matter what.
This is a tastey breakfast casserole that can be done in under an hour! You can make it spicy or mild depending on which cheese you decide to use. Or you can mix them and choose the middle ground. For kids, I usually have to choose the mozzarella though. For adults, I sometimes add some green chiles or a seeded jalepeno, chopped very fine. But I really like heat. I also sometimes increase the garlic!
Easily ADDICTIVE! These colorful bars provide crunchiness, energy and a cure for the munchies! Great for lunchboxes, hikes, trips or after a workout at the gym. Our hands can't stay out of the cookie jar on these!
Made the day before just sprinkle on topping and place in oven. Hop in the shower and breakfast is ready. A great way to start any day.
Baked french toast filled with cheese and blueberries.
One of my RSC recipes That I didn't enter. Go figure!
These are the BEST pancakes I have ever made. They are so fluffy and taste just like the ones you get from a restaurant for breakfast. They taste best with ice-cream and maple syrup.
If you don't have vegetable oil, canola oil is fine, but make sure to NOT use olive oil. as it gives a horrible flavour. Also if you dont have buttermilk, use normal milk with a few teaspoons of vinegar or lemon juice.
My trick to making the pancakes thick and fluffy is to not spread out the batter once it is in the pan, otherwise they turn out rubbery.
The perfect fall breakfast! Recipe from Stonyfield Farm website. FYI. . .I usually have to add extra milk or water to thin my batter out. Also, I have subbed Splenda for the sugar and flavored yogurt for the plain yogurt with great success.