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    Don't let the healthy sounding title fool you! The whole wheat flour is enough to make these pancakes filling but is definitely negated nutrition-wise by the melted butter (not to mention all the syrup we add on top!!) I think these are pretty tasty myself, but was blown away when DH and DD both said they were the best pancakes they'd ever had. Ok, wow. Note: The resting step is KEY.

    Recipe #420874

    It's tomato time! Or in the case of this quiche, tomato & thyme! Here in Zambia we have a plentiful tomato and garlic season, and eggs are always available. This aromatic, one dish meal is more flavorful than many others. If you are brave of heart, I highly recommend adding 1/4t or so of cayenne pepper. By the way, my husband is NOT a quiche-guy, but this one disappears from the 'frige (IF any of it makes it that far!) If you have too much filling, save it for morning scrambled eggs.

    Recipe #417354

    My husband made this cake for a Valentine's Party. The other guys totally ignored the other desserts. Whether you make this as a simple 9X13 and slap the frosting on top, or go all out for a filled layer cake with the espresso glaze and cappuccino frosting, you will not be disappointed! This is mocha java heaven! Preparation time allows for the cake to sit overnight and chill once it's frosted. It's worth the wait, as the coffee flavors have time to blend with the chocolate flavors. YUM. The coffee glaze is a little extra work, but it is delicious and amazingly helpful when it comes to frosting the cake!

    Recipe #417169


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