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    Another favorite meal of the day... and I love to have these foods any time, for lunch, dinner, etc.
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    This is my Grandmas recipe. We would so look forward to Christmas morning when she would make these. There were 5 children and 8 adults, so she would truly have her job cut out for her! They are very thin and tender, we would always clamor for more, poor woman! No wonder she only made them once a year!

    Recipe #479324

    zwt 9 cajun

    Recipe #503015

    Traditionally, cooks in Tunisia use a lot of olive oil when making this one-pan tomato and egg dinner, but this recipe has cut the oil way back in this lighter version. Serve with crusty bread. Recipe is from Sunset Edible Garden Cookbook.

    Recipe #502568

    I learned this recipe from my mother-in-law in Tunisia. Serve it on four separate plates or on one large platter. Serve with sliced French bread.

    Recipe #503158

    5 Reviews |  By Nif

    These crepes are not your typical French variety! Asian crepes tend to be 'eggier' and don't even use flour! The sesame oil adds a terrific flavour and these can be rolled up with sauteed asparagus, shiitake mushrooms or any other veggie that you prefer. Chicken or shrimp would also be very good in these. They can also be frozen and used at a later date. This is a Roger Mooking recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #423997

    This is a recipe I found on the Allrecipes website, posted by Ben. It can also be spelled 'Shakshouka'. It's a Tunisian dish that's similar to the Latin American dish Huevos Rancheros, and it's most often eaten for breakfast or lunch. Adjust the garlic and hot peppers to suit your own palate.

    Recipe #503187

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    4 points plus/serving Recipe source: Weight Watchers Power Foods Cookbook

    Recipe #473356

    Recipe #502734

    A different, simple and tasty way to have potatoes and eggs. Nice served with a simple salad for a light dinner.

    Recipe #503855

    A yummy sounding breakfast from the Johnsonville sausage company. While this sounds like a great breakfast, it would make a perfect dinner, too, accompanied by a nice green salad.

    Recipe #503889

    zwt 9 creole served with cats head biscuits

    Recipe #502960

    Ahoy, mateys! Looking for a hearty and delicious breakfast before you set sail? Delight in the flavors of this rum-enhanced French Toast with a crunchy topping! It beats hard tack any day…. Me crew enjoys it with a side of sausage links (meat or vegetarian friendly ones, as desired). Enjoy! (This recipe was created for the Raiders of the Lost Pantry pirate contest in the Contests & Events forum - come check out the forum!)

    Recipe #501162

    This is very quick, easy and delicious. From Chatelaine magazine.

    Recipe #454222

    Enough for three as a main course. I served this with a tossed salad and bread. Makes for an easy weeknight meal except for the minor annoyance of having to use three dishes to prepare this. If you want, skip the salad and serve the mixture over raw or lightly wilted greens. From thekitchn.com

    Recipe #408218

    I just love this oatmeal and eat it almost every day. You can sprinkle it with some chopped nuts or seeds but then it won't be core.

    Recipe #219033

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is also delicious with Frangelico (or hazelnut extract/flavoring) in place of the Amaretto. Please enjoy.

    Recipe #480197

    It's an omelet muffin wrapped in bacon!

    Recipe #486479

    1 Reviews |  By LynnL

    Great fast breakfast. Can make it as Hot or mild that you like. It takes 25min. from start to finish

    Recipe #185572

    8 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Oatmeal contains a balanced soluble and insoluble fiber, which reduces your low-density lipoprotein (LDL), the "bad" cholesterol. Walnuts can significantly reduce blood cholesterol, rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, walnuts also help keep blood vessels healthy and elastic. Cinnamon and honey together reduces the cholesterol in the arteries, lowering LDL cholesterol; helps heart health! A key nutrient in raisins and bananas is potassium which may help reduce the risk of stroke, lower blood pressure, reduce risk of heart arrhythmias. Apples have no fat, cholesterol or sodium, and contain small amounts of potassium, which may promote heart health. Take note: Commercial cultivation of quinoa removes much of the soapy saponins that coats the seeds, I would still thoroughly wash the seeds to remove any remaining saponin residue. Place the quinoa in a fine-meshed strainer, gently rubbing the seeds together with your hands while water runs over the seeds. Quinoa a very good source of magnesium, the mineral that relaxes blood vessels. Since low dietary levels of magnesium are associated with increased rates of hypertension, ischemic heart disease and heart arrhythmias, this ancient grain can offer yet another way to provide cardiovascular health. Leftovers can be cooled and refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 5 days. For results this type of breakfast should be eaten 6 times a week.

    Recipe #414395

    17 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    Good any time of the year! My husband loves to grow pumpkins, so I have lots of pumpkin puree in my freezer, but canned puree works the same. Squash could also be used. The vinegar's purpose is to sour the milk and make these lighter. Yummy and filling!

    Recipe #292872

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