This is a chive omelette with Gruyère and Canadian bacon. It's so good and I've made it several times. My kids even like it. This only makes one serving, but it's quick and easy to make more than one. I decided to post it for Zaar World Tour 05.
A great simple breakfast with lots of quality protein, creamy and crunchy textures, and fresh healthy flavor. From "The Greatest Ever Vegetarian Cookbook." No added sugar, just lots of natural goodness! Mix up the dried fruit and nuts for variety, add a little honey, or sprinkle on some cinnamon or other spices. So easy and good!
This ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS, wholesome cold cereal is even easier than granola, and it’s filled with wonderful flavor and texture. I am going to make this once a week from now on...it is SO GOOD!! Recipe is from Light and Tasty’s June/July 2005 issue. Cook time is chilling in the fridge. You can substitute other dried fruits or nuts: I didn't have any apples on hand, so I used raisins instead. YUMMMMM!!!!
I would rather have a slice of this bread than a chocolate chip cookie: it's a lot more filling and much better for you! Makes two loaves, so keep one for fresh eating and stick the other in the freezer.
These muffins are delicious and have a great texture, and they are 100% healthy! No refined flour or sweeteners. We have a big family, so this recipe makes a lot of muffins, but it is easily halved for a smaller group. To make the muffins lower in fat, replace half of the oil with unsweetened applesauce. I also use "white whole-wheat" flour, which is softer than that made with red wheat (but has the exact same nutritional value).
I participated in a cookbooklet swap a few months ago and found a few books I did not remember I had. This recipe is from the Betty Crocker Bisquick cookbooklet and I believe it could be from October 1998. Cranberries are a favorite of mine and always on the lookout for good recipes.