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    I got this recipe from a vegetarian cooking show. Although, it is a vegetarian recipe, it does have that "sausage" flavor to it. We eat it on biscuits in the morning. At dinner time we put a mushroom gravy over it and serve it with mashed potatoes, a vegetable and salad. I think it is a good recipe and my family (who also eat meat) enjoyed it. Makes 10 smaller patties but you can make them bigger. Cooking time does not reflect time for baking if you make them that way - only for time to fry-cook them.

    Recipe #381630

    Breakfast on the go! I've made some changes to my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe; incorporating peanut butter and molasses! They're so yummy!

    Recipe #378817

    Really, after you have the quiche mix down you can replace the other ingredients with whatever you like. My husband happens to like the sausage and cheese. Weight Watchers: 3 points per muffin when using low fat sausage, cheese and baking mix and fat free milk.

    Recipe #247054

    My husband grew up in south Texas and often complains about missing breakfast taquitos. I will make these up for him and place the leftovers in the freezer. These are really easy, I recommend cooking the ingredients in stages as they will cook at different times and you run the risk of burning one before the rest are finished. I recommend using a large non-stick skillet for all steps, however if you do not have one any large skillet will work, however you may need to add additional oil.

    Recipe #255024

    1 Reviews |  By Dancer^

    This another way to use up zucchini. Delicious!

    Recipe #120006

    Southern Living; see note for OAMC instructions

    Recipe #25532

    This is my version of Bev's delicious Recipe #23108, which is outstanding. As I've "matured," I find that I prefer things that are less sweet and have tweaked Bev's recipe to suit myself. I'm posting it because, this way, I can print out my version and not have to make all the changes to it from my notes each time. :) I've used golden brown sugar, dark brown sugar, and Splenda brown sugar but prefer the Splenda brown sugar. I've used whatever nuts I've had on hand as well. I regularly use canola oil but have used extra virgin olive oil. I quadrupled the cinnamon and reduced the vanilla... which made the granola smell wonderful but didn't seem to improve the flavor. One-cup of this granola makes the perfect breakfast for me and easily tides me over until lunch. I also like a little sprinkled over non-fat Greek yogurt and sliced strawberries for dessert.

    Recipe #296727

    1 Reviews |  By glitter

    Delicious and dainty for those posh occasions!

    Recipe #90411

    After trying several recipes and not finding exactly the thing I was wanting, I made up my own, in consultation with my son, the big burrito fan in our household. This recipe is readily adaptable to your tastes, and the technique makes it quick and easy.

    Recipe #151992

    I remember making this easy recipe and loving it as a teenager. From the Family Recipe Box, a newspaper clipping taped to a card, no date but I know I collected it when I was a teenager and made it then (so around 1980).

    Recipe #28074

    23 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    As we all know, this is one of the greatest lunch or brunch dishes ever invented. Prepare in advance, freeze, and bake when needed. This is one of the best recipes for Quiche I know of. Recipe source, "The Country Innkeepers' Cookbook".

    Recipe #65758

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    Who eats quiche? Make one and watch it disappear. Makes a great brunch item.

    Recipe #35151

    These are delicous pancakes. The recipe was in our local food store ad. Remember to soak the oats in buttermilk overnight, I didn't include this overnight step in the time.

    Recipe #71452

    2 Reviews |  By icetea

    great for brunch or breakfast

    Recipe #115844

    Recipe from Ina Garten, The Barefoot Contessa! What makes this recipe is the addition of cream.

    Recipe #83597

    This makes a sweet flavored dough that can be baked plain, or filled with spices, nuts, raisins or other fruits. Makes for an easy brunch item, mix the dough and shape the might before, then pull out of the refrigerator and quickly bake when ready.

    Recipe #105125

    From Simply Recipes. This can be made a day ahead.

    Recipe #281274

    I am busy, busy, busy! And I usually don't allow myself much time in the morning for breakfast, so I developed a quick, healthy, and delicious breakfast sandwich that keeps me going until lunch! I recently purchased the Ziploc version of the foodsaver, and IT WORKS GREAT!!! (I had a foodsaver, and it broke, and I wasn't spending another $150!) I make these sandwiches ahead of time (really easy), seal them in the Ziploc foodvac, and freeze them until ready to eat. Give it a try!!

    Recipe #279144

    Load up the crock pot the night before and wake up to an easy breakfast.

    Recipe #133826

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