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    9 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Just a slight twist to your usual Breakfast bacon. Try it you may love it!

    Recipe #27664

    This is my great-grandmother's recipe, so it's like a million years old. These are the original and authentic Southern Mexico style chilaquiles. This version is very popular as a Sunday breakfast. Believed to cure bad hang-overs.

    Recipe #142306

    I took this out of my latest Easy Home Cooking magazine. It's a Quaker oatmeal recipe. I have been looking for an easy breakfast for my two little ones and this looks like a winner. I think any low fat yogurt would do nicely depending on the fruit you choose. Can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #213774

    I had these at a great pancake house once and had to try and duplicate it. Awesome blend of sweet and salt. Serve with warm maple syrup.

    Recipe #210500

    1 Reviews |  By Laura70

    Basically blueberry french toast baked in the oven. This one has to soak in the fridge overnight. I use a loaf of regular bread instead of the French bread.

    Recipe #209767

    It was the Fall of 1987 when Pete Nyhus walked into our office, just to visit. We started talking about breakfast, and he reached into a wastepaper basket and pulled out a scrap of teletype paper. He wrote out this recipe, and my family has never used pre-mix since.

    Recipe #5170

    I got this recipe when with a rolling pin set that I got from QVC in '96. They make HUGE rolls. I almost always put fruit in them as well - - cherry pie filling, cooked apples, dried apricots and the like. It makes way too many rolls for my family to enjoy while they are fresh, so once I roll them up and cut them, I only cook 3 of them and the rest go into the freezer. Then, I can take a few out at a time, thaw them & allow them to raise, then pop them into the oven.

    Recipe #153916

    A nice diversion from plain 'ole cream cheese.

    Recipe #48279

    20 Reviews |  By byZula

    This has been the pancake recipe for my family since I was able to eat them. I don't know where my mother got this recipe but it's the best I've ever had. They rise up nice and high. I sometimes add vanilla and spices like cinnamon and nutmeg. Very tasty!!

    Recipe #106873

    From the "Best Recipe" cookbook by America's Test Kitchen. Fabulous pancakes like the ones in restaurants! Perfect basic recipe for embellishing

    Recipe #130729

    First, these scones are quick, easy, great and a perfect project for a beginning baker. Second...you need to know how to pronounce Puyallup...I wouldn't want anyone to embarrass themselves!!..."Pew-allup", not Pooyloop!!...Here in Western Washington the Puyallup Fair is a huge annual event. It is one of the largest in the US. The fair is all about food for me! And Fisher Scones are the biggest draw...they sell something like 80,000 a day or something like that!! I have many fond memories of Fisher Scones. I found this recipe on-line, the poster said that she came across the recipe in a 1930's Fisher Cookbook her grandmother had. The original recipe called for raisins, but they no longer make them that way. The ONLY way to eat these is warm with a big slab of butter and raspberry jam, just like they serve them at the fair!! Store them in an air tight container and they keep well. They taste nice cold, but way better heated up in the microwave, and don't forget the butter and jam! FYI...Make sure you sift, then measure the flour per instructions. NOTE: I took this recipe and made some changes to it and I think this new recipe is even better Mrs. G's Fair Scones Recipe #184105...try them both and see what you think!

    Recipe #183806

    This crepe recipe goes back over 30 years, you may fill with berries then roll up and top with whipped cream if desired, or drizzle with syrup, make certain to use *warm* milk only that's the secret to perfect textured crepes! --- the crepes can really be made into any size desired, but make sure to make them as thin as possible --- servings and cooking time are only estimated, depending on size of the crepes.

    Recipe #124163

    17 Reviews |  By Bev

    Delicious! Nothing like hot French toast in the morning! This recipe can be made the night before and put in the oven in the morning after bringing to room temperature. Gourmet Magazine published this recipe in their July, 1996 issue.

    Recipe #19301

    3 Reviews |  By chen

    a healthy snack

    Recipe #194999

    15 Reviews |  By KPD

    This is a recipe to WOW them all! Make ahead and marinate in the fridge overnight. Pull it out in the morning and bake! A very rich and unique dish! Caramelizes on the bottom, so no need to top with syrup! It's that easy. Time doesn't include fridge time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #192702

    This is a simple perfectly delicious recipe my mom used to make for our family. It origioually came from a biscuits and scones recipe book, this one was always my favorite of all the recipes.

    Recipe #66409

    I've had these a lot at B&B's, probably because they're delicious and dependable if the right technique is used. This dish is puffy around the outside and flat in the center offering the perfect nest for sliced fresh fruit. It's airy, light and makes a beautiful presentation. The batter can be made up to a day ahead and refrigerated.

    Recipe #74146

    You’ll love these melt-in-your-mouth pancakes. Mmm, they’re so light and fluffy. Recipe Source: Bisquick Baking

    Recipe #187856

    Old fashioned rolled oats, vanilla, honey, peach jam, walnuts, peach jam, dehydrated banana chips

    Recipe #191616

    These make an absolutely DeLiCiOuS breakfast. You may turn away at the thought of yogurt in pancakes but you'll regret not trying these! My favorite breakfast!

    Recipe #131365

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