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    Breakfasts Tried

    The more oatmeal you eat, the better it is for your health in so many ways. For example, there's a dramatic decrease in the risk of Type 2 diabetes when a person eats oatmeal five or six times a week.

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    I have been mad about these cookies made at my local Earthfare store for three years, and this week I was finally able to weasel the recipe out of their baker!! These little gems are excellent for folks who have wheat allergies, and they are vegan (if you don't consider honey an animal product). I hope you enjoy these little goodies as much as I do! Be forewarned: the number of servings is an estimate from their baker, as at the store they make about 30 cookies the size of your head from this recipe. I HIGHLY recommend cutting it down some for your first try.

    Recipe #315101

    2 Reviews |  By KateL

    I invented these extreme variations of Quiche Lorraine at the end of ZWT5 based on Karen Elizabeth's Recipe #299242 #299242, taking advantage of the unique ingredients I had bought over the tour. Each variation I tried and pictured was great in its own way. Next time, if I had piperade sauce on hand (Julie B's Hive's Recipe #233205 #233205), I might add that on a wedge. The measurements for toppings are for 1 choice of topping to cover the entire quiche. Choose 1,2,3,4, or 5 toppings, and make a decorative pattern, allowing small wedges to be cut of this rich quiche. If available, Pillsbury's refrigerated pie crust works well (do not prick or pre-bake) in a glass deep-dish pie plate. To make the crust less soggy, wash the bottom crust with egg white and refrigerate for 10 minutes before adding the filling. I recommend very small wedges (12 servings), this is very rich. Serve with a side salad with vinaigrette dressing.

    Recipe #377005

    This is fantastic; a cross between a popover, pancake and omelet. It is slightly chewey. Their recipe said to dump everything in a blender and blend well. I don't have one so I changed the recipe to reflect that. Really great with berry preserves. They also used whole milk, but it's not necessary.

    Recipe #452759

    I make this casserole often. It is great for Christmas brunch. Preparation time includes refrigerator time.

    Recipe #308199

    I tried International Coffee's Dark Mayan Chocolate Coffee Mix and it was to cinnamony for me so I added some OJ. And tada, my favorite coffee was born. I started South Beach recently so I attempted to recreate a sugar free version and here it is. I make my coffee with milk instead of water which makes it seem like more of a treat. I am always sad when I get to the bottom of the mug! :)

    Recipe #335113

    I need to eat sausage biscuits and gravy less often for health reasons -- but I don't seem to be able to overcome this particular vice -- lol! Anyway, here's a sausage gravy recipe that we like and I hope you do too. Enjoy

    Recipe #250279

    This is not only easy, but really, really good. When I make it, I mix the filling the night before, then fill the loaves in the morning and bake.

    Recipe #186874

    I found 9 RZ recipes for this type dish, but none at all like it & it sounds so good to me! I found it in the "Tasty Holiday Gifts" cookbook SusieQusie spotted at a bookstore in Dallas recently. From their intro: "This spicy Chilies Rellenos Casserole is a great new way to serve eggs at Easter & it's easy to reheat for a delicious brunch dish! The quiche-like casserole features a "crust" of green chilies + a cheesy egg filling & is served w/sour cream & salsa." Since this is a meatless dish, I see spicy grd pork patties as a good side or even some yummy & well-cooked chorizo sausage as a good add to the dish. I would personally make this yr-round if I could, but I rarely see green chilies here & may have to wait for another visit to SQ in Dallas to enjoy it. (Times were not given & have been estimated)

    Recipe #200518

    19 Reviews |  By Kree

    This oatmeal is a great change from the norm! I got the recipe from VegWeb.

    Recipe #68832

    This is an odd but extremely simple quick fix for those who love salt and warm cheese. It gets even better with peppers or whatever one's heart may desire.

    Recipe #199730

    I have created one delicious oatmeal! It sort of reminds me of the Quaker peaches and cream oatmeal. I still prefer this oatmeal however, which is healthier, to packaged any day.

    Recipe #117412

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Ensure or Boost give everyday pancakes more protein. Be sure to top it with butter or peanut butter for added calories.

    Recipe #150525

    So simple, it's hardly a recipe, but it is such a delicious combination of flavors.

    Recipe #185476

    It's like Banana Cream Pie for breakfast.

    Recipe #126722


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