These are absolutely wonderful if I do so say myself. I used freshly fed starter. There are a number of starter recipes on Zaar that can be used to make Sourdough. These make delicious sourdough pancakes loaded with fresh blueberries. Since this is such a thick batter, it also works well for waffles.
This is a recently adopted recipe of mine. My DS loves blueberry muffins so I had to adopt these for him. I reduced the amount of topping as well as amount of butter in the batter. These remind me of bakery style muffins.
While looking for an interesting recipe for blueberry muffins I stumbled across information regarding flax seed. I looked at a number of muffin recipes and combined several to come up with these. They are healthy, with no added oil, yet moist.
I am always looking for ways to add fiber to our diet. These muffins originally called for 1/2 white and 1/2 whole wheat flour. I made some adjustments and the end result were moist, fruit filled muffins. The recipe calls for cinnamon; however, for a true taste delight add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of my Baking Spice Blend Mix Recipe #145505.
This recipe comes from a calendar that I picked up at Wal-Mart. It is the recipe for the month of June 2006. Berries have so many health benefits and this is another great way of adding more of them in your diet.
This recipe is from Splenda.com. It is very easy to make and delicious. A great summertime treat for fresh berries and the presentation is so elegant. This would be a great tart for the 4th of July. The recipe calls for a premade crust. I used Flaky Pie Crust Recipe #20984 by Teresa M.
Yogurt cheese is a wonderful way to reduce calories and fat. This recipe makes a delicious and creamy low-fat dessert. I used recipe #145891 for the tart crust. The longest amount of time is in straining the yogurt to make the cheese. In place of the vanilla yogurt, you can use a 32 container of plain lowfat yogurt and add 1 teaspoon vanilla. The powdered sugar in the recipe might need to be increased to 1/3 cup depending on taste.
Translated: Chicken Crepes with Blue Mole. The word "Mole" comes from the Aztec word "Molli," meaning "concoction," "stew" or "sauce." There are so many different variations of this wonderful dish and many are very time consuming. The sauce really isn't blue it does cook into a rich and lightly spicy mole with a touch of sweetness. Don't let the list of ingredients scare you. This is cooked in the crock-pot and goes together in a flash. The mole and chicken freeze well.
I found this salad on the web and made a couple of changes in it. This was the salad I made on our 25th wedding anniversary! Update: I submitted this recipe to Taste of Home Light & Tasty and it was published in the December/January 2008 issue.
This recipe was submitted to TOH Healthy Cooking and was a runner up in the From the Herb Garden June/July 2010 issue. The recipe is being updated to reflect the use of fresh herbs as that is how it was entered in the contest. It is a wonderful way to serve fresh green beans.
This recipe is one of my adopted recipes. I finally made it and it is really a full flavored dish. It does require a lot of prep but is so worth it. The intro from the psoting chef: "This is one of the most popular and well known Indonesian rice dishes. I have tried many versions and I always come back to this one. Chicken can be substituted for the shrimp."