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    I got this recipe from a coworker at the salon I work at. I didn't think it would be so wonderful and addictive! It's very creamy and sweet, and a great mix of flavors. It will be the best thing you ever use grapes for (except maybe wine!).

    Recipe #35450

    This recipe goes back years, it takes only minutes to make but will need some freezer time to firm up, pick you favorite flavor of Kool Aid to make this --- this is so much fun to prepare if you have kids they just love the different colors and flavors --- for a low fat treat use low-fat milk or fat free milk

    Recipe #85273

    54 Reviews |  By Mercy

    From Mr. Food...cooking time is really the freezing time.

    Recipe #119562

    Wow, I just made these today, and the smell that filled my kitchen was heavanly! I found these in a magazine, and its my new favorite recipe, its even not that high in fat or calories...but you'd never know!

    Recipe #102173

    This is a wonderful almost do ahead breakfast. Great for company or Christmas morning.

    Recipe #35775

    I adopted this recipe from Mean Chef. "technique by Jacques Pepin."

    Recipe #63499

    This is not only for breakfast...it's great for any meal of the day. It's hearty and delicious and my family requests it often! Hope you try it :)

    Recipe #26885

    One of my dear friends shared this recipe with me. It has become a favorite in our home, especially on chillier mornings.

    Recipe #65009

    I had these for the first time at my sister-in-law's when I was staying with them as a teen. They are now a much loved tradition in my home too. Any time it snows, the kids beg me to make them. I've changed them just a bit by adding the nuts but they are good with or without them. For an Orange Cinnamon variation see recipe #112535.

    Recipe #91791

    4 Reviews |  By Geema

    Gale Gand made crepes from Nutella and Bananas, and I just adapted her dish into a much easier recipe for French toast. What a way to start the day! I use whole wheat toast to make me think I'm eating healthy.

    Recipe #84843

    I got this from Restaurant-recipes-request@food-lists.com

    Recipe #63138

    I came across this recipe and had to give it a try. What a delicious and easy way to have eggs. This is a great recipe to teach the kids to make so they can make breakfast on their own. *I wanted to add that veggie spray works well and I most often use 1 whole egg and 1 egg white mixed together for a healthier approach- you can't tell the difference!

    Recipe #63860

    2 Reviews |  By WJKing

    SO simple, SO yummy - 'nuff said! ENJOY!

    Recipe #45012

    Hubby says these grits are fit for a Southern Tea Room. No higher compliment than that! It is not a mistake to use quick cooking grits, and cook them for almost half an hour. These grits have body!

    Recipe #90322

    My DH did not like french toast until I found this recipe in an old book. Now he loves it. it works best with day old bread.

    Recipe #38290

    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

    11 Reviews |  By Dib's

    You must try this at least once in your life time. A crowd pleaser. Sometimes I do this for dinner.

    Recipe #16152

    This is a great recipe for a crowd for a brunch get together, I serve this with toast and jam, or with some kind of sweet pastries.

    Recipe #35156

    Sick of craving hashbrowns and finding that all the frozen ones in the supermarket have tallow in them? Make this recipe. It's simple AND it's good. A good reason not to bother with the bought version.

    Recipe #49836

    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

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