I woke up late and had to be at a Christmas brunch at 10:00. Since I was supposed to bring something to share, I "scrambled" to throw something together. As it was, I was about 30 minutes late, however, my casserole was devoured and the recipe requested before Christmas so some could make it Christmas morning. I went ahead and made another one for my family this morning. So upon request. . .
Adapted from a recipe I found in a store magazine. I had these today and they were yummy, not to mention healthy. Quinoa contains 5g of protein, 3g of fiber and only 1g of sugar per 1/4 cup and its also very low fat. Try it!
I made these up tweaking a banana bread recipe. We had them for breakfast this morning with boiled eggs and they were so good--even better for lunch. In fact, I think I'll have another one right now. Yum!
My sister-in-law gave me this recipe years ago. We used to bake a batch up and smother them in butter cream frosting and eat and eat and eat them. Oooh, they were so good. They can be used for cut outs as well but the dough will need to be refrigerated until workable as it is sticky at room temp. I get a lot of compliments and requests for this recipe.
Everyone who has tried this loves it. I came up with this recipe as an alternative to pasta salad. I buy all the ingredients at Trader Joes. Sometimes I get a real craving for this salad. Its tastey, crunchy and healthy. Yum!
The beauty of this recipe is it uses 8 cups of shredded zucchini. My 12 year old son grows his own zucchini and asks me frequently to make this for dinner. A family favorite, I usually serve it with tortilla chips, homemade salsa and fresh slices of cold melon.