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    Get your breakfast all in one casserole! Typically, I make this casserole for dinner and the leftovers (if there are any) are breakfast the next day. This casserole works great as an after-holiday breakfast. It will put some of that yummy leftover ham to good use. Otherwise, I just find my favorite deli ham and tear up several slices. This casserole reheats well. We have one in the fridge, ready to be reheated, at the start of every week. Dad likes to take this casserole a step further and put a scoop of it on his favorite morning bread with a slather of black raspberry jelly for a yummy (though slightly messy) breakfast sandwich. There are several other ingredients that you could add or substitute into this casserole. Think of it as an omelette and go nuts! Mushrooms, tomatoes, spinach, salsa, etc. If you have a big family to feed, this recipe can easily be expanded to serve 12 by using a 3-quart casserole dish and doubling all the ingredients. Happy eating!

    Recipe #355696

    A friend pointed me to this recipe (which I've changed slightly) on the blog MontCarte that is adapted from a recipe on Under the Highchair. I love recipes involving spiced chocolate. These cookies are absolutely delicious and they smell wonderful while baking. I didn't want to leave the kitchen! The topping gives the cookie a sparkly look and a wonderful crunch accented by a hint of heat from the cayenne pepper. The MontCarte blogger substituted the vegetable shortening with additional unsalted butter, but her cookies were crumbly as a result. I used vegetable shortening and my cookies crumbled very little. I've switched to bread flour in this cookie recipe. I will produce cookies with lasting softness. If that's not something you want, the bread flour can easily be replaced with all-purpose flour. If you plan to serve these to sensitive mouths and tummies, leave out the chili powder and cayenne but keep the black pepper to still achieve the spiced-chocolate taste without the burn. I prefer to use freshly ground black pepper for this recipe to achieve a stronger note in the taste. If you have an audience who's hesitant to spiced chocolate, dub these cookies simply "chocolate cookies" and watch for a reaction. I've seen these cookies win over many a cinnamon-chocolate, pepper-chocolate hater. Yield of this recipe is around 5 dozen and serving size is 2-3 cookies but I usually eat twice that amount in each sitting. The cookies great well with a glass of milk or crumbled over ice cream.

    Recipe #355694


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