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    This is my go to base for a quiche. I always do crustless. You can add really anything to this. We love sauteed veggies with onion and garlic with ham or tomatoes and bacon. If you cook the veggies, let them cool before adding to quiche mix because of the eggs. Spinach and ham is classic with added swiss. This is really great for when you have random veggies and leftover meat or deli meat in the fridge! Scale back the mozzarella to a 1/2 cup and put1/2 cup any other kind of cheese in, I use cheddar, swiss, provolone, parmesean frequently. I have also used cottage cheese with the ricotta.

    Recipe #499127

    delish bakery style cookies that are mildly sweet and gourmet tasting, lightly crisp on the outside and moist and chewy on the inside. These can also be made dairy free.

    Recipe #499038

    these are NOT paleo or primal but are as pretty clean as a baked good gets. I don't get crazy about sugar in baked goods, they are a treat. You can go half and half with sugar and stevia or cut down sugar. Honey is not sweet enough for me in these. These are easy, delicious, not too fudgy, not too cakey (is that a word?) super adaptive to yummy mix ins

    Recipe #498742


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