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    Y'all know about our Sunday morning Pancake Breakfast tradition, right?! I think I've mentioned it before. It started when Bill and I were first married. We made pancakes for breakfast most Sunday mornings. And then after a year or so, it became every Sunday morning. It was mostly a Bill thing. He is the pancake master. He know just the right temperature of the griddle. He knows just when to flip them so they are just the right color. And he knows just when to take them off. I, on the other hand, know little about the flipping process. And a lot about the batter making process. I have been experimenting with homemade pancake batters for years now. And I like to think I've got it down to a science at this point. We make a great team come Sunday mornings...and we have three little helper that joined our pancake making team along the way. Tanner is 9, Emma is 7 and Gage is about to be 4 in less than a month. They are my little sous chefs. They always ask to help in the kitchen. They want to get the ingredients out. They want to crack the eggs. (Which I let them do one egg...and it usually turns into a mess, but I'm OK with that.) They lik to add the ingredients cup by cup. And they love to stir. **Please note that I did use Almond Milk in this recipe. Most other recipes I make with both a dairy-free milk and regular milk...but I haven't had a chance to try this one with regular milk. I would imagine it doesn't need much altering...if any it would be about 1/4 cup less regular milk than the Almond Milk that's used in the recipe. This pancake recipe is just to get you excited about all the other great pancake recipes that I have uploaded. Perfectly fluffy. With the perfect burst of raspberry flavor. And a lovely little crunch from the almonds. A delightful Sunday morning breakfast.

    Recipe #516349

    Ever since receiving the recipe for Egg-Free Oven Pancakes, I've been wanting to try a Gluten-Free version...to see if/how well it worked. I finally got around to it last week. And well, it worked. WELL. I think in part because I used a Gluten-Free box mix that I'd purchased from Gluten Free Saver deal a few weeks back. And it's a stellar Gluten-Free box mix too. I've loved all the King Arthur Gluten-Free flour mixes that I've tried thus far. So here's how it went down...some lemon, some blueberries, couple dashes of cinnamon. End result...delish-icious-ness. (The only Top 8 Allergen in this is eggs. I used rice milk when I made them.) Enjoy!

    Recipe #516348

    Because I was able to get another box of raspberries for $0.98 on Monday, leftover from last week's sale, I had to get these pancakes made and marked off the "Stock the Freezer" list! As I was making them, I kept thinking to myself...chocolate for breakfast? Really? I wasn't sure how I felt about that. Don't get me wrong. I'm all for chocolate. But somehow for breakfast, it didn't seem quite right. BUT, if I add in some healthy ingredients like ground flaxseed and ground almonds, THEN it will be OK. Because they've been healthified. Right??? Justify. Justify. I made a quadruple batch of the recipe below. And most of them made it into the freezer...as a few were eaten as an afternoon snack. And I don't think these need any butter or syrup. That would just be sugar overload! The chocolate and raspberry combo is perfect and makes them just sweet enough!

    Recipe #516347

    Confession Time. See that bag of chocolate chips down there. I could eat it in one sitting. I really could. I would feel a little less guilty about consuming straight up chocolate chips if they were in a trail mix. Enter the pantry challenge. I found half-full bags of dried cranberries, cashews, pecans, slivered almonds, and of course, chocolate chips in the pantry. Hence, Pantry Trail Mix. A delightful, healthy, guilt-less snack. (Think Super Bowl party. Not that this trail mix will last that long. Perhaps I'll make another batch!) Now, go check your pantry...and see what kind of fun trail mix you can come up with!!! Let me know what you mixed in your Pantry Trail Mix!!!

    Recipe #516346

    Some people like their granola extra, extra, extra sweet. I am not one of those people. I much prefer adding some fresh fruit to a not-so-sweet granola...for a perfectly healthy and balanced (and filling) breakfast! Or afternoon snack. Gage devoured his bowl of granola with strawberries. Even asked for a second bowl. And asked for it again the next afternoon...before we got back into the house from the bus stop!

    Recipe #516345

    Scoop, crunch. Scoop, crunch. I want to recommend...no highly recommend...that you make baked apples at some point during this fall. Apple prices are as low as they get...there are so many different varieties available in stores. These baked apples do best when made with a sweeter variety like Gala or Golden Delicious. They take minutes to get into the oven...just get them in at the start of you dinner prep, or the start of your meal (if you're leisurely around the dinner table). Scoop, crunch. Scoop, crunch.

    Recipe #516344

    When you "accidentally" pick 30 pounds of apples, you've got to do something...and do it quick! That's a whole lotta apples to process! One of the easiest things to do is make slow cooker applesauce. I intentionally picked a bunch of Golden Sup apples from the orchard because I knew they were a sweeter variety, and wouldn't require any sweetener to be a good applesauce. I would have gone down the hill to get some of the super sweet Blondee variety that they had available, but I was too busy chasing a little boy around the orchard...and never got down there! The process for making slow cooker applesauce is fairly simple. Just takes a little time to get the apples peeled and cored. And I added a little maple syrup because I wanted a "great applesauce"! This applesauce will stay good for 5 days in the refrigerator, and it freezes beautifully. It can be frozen in containers, or "frozen flat" in plastic freezer baggies. The baggies will thaw quickly in in warm water too. Sweeter apple varieties include: Golden Delicious, Golden Sup, Blondee, Fuji, Gala and Honey Crisp.

    Recipe #516343

    As we head into pie season, you might take a peek in your spice rack and see if you have the spices needed to make Homemade Apple Pie Spice recipe. (I'll be sharing my Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice recipe also!) There is no need to spend $2-$3 on an apple pie spice jar from the spice aisle, when you already have the ingredients you need to mix up your own And you and you can mix up however much you'll think you'll need...leaving non or little to waste. Seriously, why buy a jar of spice that you one need 1-2 teaspoons of when you can mix up your own with what you've got already?! This apple pie spice mix would be perfect for...Slow Cooker Maple Sweetened Applesauce...Baked Apples with Maple and Granola...Homemade Granola. Do you make your own spice mixes!?!

    Recipe #516342

    A few weeks ago, we had an informal family dinner with our cousins who had recently returned to the US from teaching in Latin America. Needless to say, we had lots to catch up on...comparing stories of life in a foreign country, discussing the different Spanish words, phrases and idioms for the different countries we'd visited. Anywho...my mom-in-law brought over some apple cider and we got so caught up in all the laughter and conversation that I forgot all about the cider in the fridge! After all were gone, we were cleaning up and discovered the unopened cider...and I immediately started thinking...what else can I do with this, besides drink it?! An experiment was in order...I wonder what would happen if I used a little cider in place of some milk in a batch of pancakes...and maybe toss in a chopped apple for kicks and giggles. A wonder-fall brinner!

    Recipe #516341

    A few weeks ago, we had in informal family dinner with our cousins who had recently returned to the US from teaching in Latin America. Needless to say, we had lots to catch up on...comparing stories of life in a foreign country, discussing the different Spanish words, phrases and idioms for the different countries we'd visited. Anywho...my mom-in-law brought over some apple cider and we got so caught up in all the laughter and conversation that I forgot all about the cider that was in the fridge! After all were gone, we were cleaning up and discovered the unopened cider...and I immediately started thinking...what else can I do with this, besides drink it?! An experiment was in order...I wondered what would happen if I used a little cider in place of some milk in a batch of pancakes...and maybe toss in a chopped apple for kicks and giggles. A wonder-fall brinner!

    Recipe #516340

    I may have gotten a little carried away over the holidays when it came to buying canned pumpkin. The last two years there was a canned pumpkin shortage and I didn't want to run out of it in the middle of the year when there are no cans of pumpkin in the grocery store. Now I find myself with a large stockpile of canned pumpkin, just in case. We have Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins and Cookies regularly. But I wanted to change it up a little! Here is a fun new recipe I encourage you to try.

    Recipe #516339

    Christmas Morning Casseroles. So many options, so many choices. Tradition vs. something new. (I just added a few casserole ideas to my "Holiday Food" board on Pinterest.) Here's one for this year. Or next, if you've already got this year's figured out. (If you're into trying new ones!) It's a basic stuffed French toast bake. That I hopped up with pecan streusel, and egg nog. Mouth watering, deliciousness. Not too sweet. Not too pecan-y. Not too egg nogg-y. Cut out a slice. Serve with maple syrup, powdered sugar, or as is. Divine.

    Recipe #516338

    The bread became very soft after soaking all night! I don't like to waste ANY food! I do whatever I can to use food to it's best and fullest! We had part of a French bread loaf for the other day that had grown quite hard. I thought I'd try to make a French toast bake, even though it wasn't soft! It was great! Although we did not eat this for dinner today, it would make a lovely "light" dinner!

    Recipe #516337

    I *heart* French Toast Casseroles! I love how you can take SUPER STALE French bread and turn it into a breakfast (or dinner) masterpiece! By soaking the bread overnight in a fruity, egg-milk mixture, stale French bread can be completely transformed and redeemed!!! When I was sent this recipe, I HAD to try it!

    Recipe #516336

    Here's a pantry/freezer challenge meal that I made earlier this month. This was very much an experiment...And when I make it again, I'd use Swiss cheese. Not Feta. As part of making a little more room in the pantry and freezer, I have found myself rummaging through each every afternoon looking for something to concoct. Sometimes it's an old recipe from the site, other times it's using up the spaghetti sauce that I find. And this meal was a concoction. I found Feta in the freezer. Cooked turkey bacon in the freezer. Onions in the cupboard and a red pepper in the fridge. Throw if all together...a breakfast for dinner.

    Recipe #516334

    I like frittatas. My family like frittatas. But for different reasons. I like frittatas because they are the breakfast version of stone soup. And I like them because I've never tried one that I didn't like. Pretty much any veggie and/or veggie combination works in a frittata, and this one proves that point. Spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions, potatoes...all great additions to a frittata. But zucchini and sweet potato together in a frittata...you're just gonna have to trust me. My family loves frittatas because they taste good. And they have eggs in them (a fave ingredient among the little people). They also love the "brinner" concept too! Another reason I love frittatas, they are so easy to make! Layer thinly sliced zucchini, layer of cooked & cubed sweet potato, layer of thinly sliced zucchini. Pour milk-egg mixture on top. Bake. Serve with a side of fresh fruit and a glass of cold milk!

    Recipe #516333

    Still looking for that perfect Christmas morning recipe...or the morning after Christmas recipe?!? If you've got some diced ham in the freezer, go get it out now to thaw! And use it on Christmas morning to make this for brunch! If you're having ham for your Christmas dinner and need a way to use up the leftovers, this would make a fabulous breakfast on the 26th!

    Recipe #516332

    I love the versatility of the slow cooker. I recently discovered the art and science of overnight slow cooking. I love the idea of waking up to a hot breakfast, ready in the slow cooker. And I love the idea of slow cooking a batch of granola or grits, and that it's waiting for me to enjoy in the morning. This recipe works beautifully in the slow cooker. There are no limits to this recipe. It could be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner. If you like to enjoy it for breakfast, simply cook it overnight. *After the four hours are up, the slow cooker will switch to "warm" setting and keep it warm for you into the early morning hours. If you'd like to have this for lunch, simply start it after cleaning up your breakfast dishes. And if you'd like to serve this for dinner, set the slow cooker on LOW around 1:30 or 2 p.m. and dinner will be waiting for you when you get home from errands and/or practice.

    Recipe #516330

    Egg pie. That's what my about to be 4 year old called this quiche. He has become quite the sous chef in the past few weeks...always coming into the kitchen and helping me cook. I've started to let him help me crack the eggs (highly supervised still!) and taught him it's better to crack on the counter than the edge of the bowl, and how to keep the yolk from running all over the counter. I feel more comfortable with him helping me with raw eggs when we are using Safest Choice Pasteurized Eggs, especially when he's helping me with making cookies! He said, "Mom, I don't think I like 'egg pie.'" I responded with the typical you-won't-know-til-you-try-it montage that every parent with a toddler or picky eater preaches on a daily basis. I carefully cut a bite that would please his picky palate and he tried it. And then this..."Mom, I love this 'egg pie.'" It was tough, but I resisted the second half or that "see, you never know what you might be missing out on" speech and instead let him keep enjoying his egg pie. Love the flavors that filled this quiche, and I hope you will too!

    Recipe #516329

    It's hard to photograph egg casseroles. Every time I've tried, it just doesn't look as good as it tastes. I suppose it's the bland colors. Anyways...L-O-V-E-D the sausage and apple flavors in this casserole!

    Recipe #516327

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