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    From a Betty Crocker Cookbook. I have prepared these twice now and I am prepared to make them many more times in the future. They are great! A healthy substitution from regular or store bought. They cook quickly so they are great to prepare ahead.

    Recipe #322707

    This is a incredibly yummy dish. I got it from Food Network. I slightly modified it to make it more flavorful and colorful. Great to get more vegetables in your children and your meat loving husband.

    Recipe #319789

    I ran into making these by mistake. You can change the cooking time to be longer or shorter to your desire of doneness. Aunt Jemima pancake mix is a suggestion. It is sweeter than Bisquick and other brands. After baking, you can add powder sugar to the top and make it a dessert if so desired. They are wonderful.

    Recipe #314960

    MMM... egg. MMM... salad. VERY simple ingredients and deliciousily easy to make. It'll only take a minute but will stay with your stomach for hours... quenching bad snacking habits. The carmelized onions and balsamic vingrette makes this dish extremely yum. The French pairs the balsamic, egg, and onion in this dish in a way that is almost magical as they embrace each other in your mouth. (okay... maybe a little too descriptive) The dish is so very colorful and cuisine. Its a go for any appetizer or main meal. Reduce the eggs and lettuce by a fourth if simply for one person. Also reduce the bell pepper by one. I promise you, I could eat this everyday and not grow tired of it. E N J O Y !!!!

    Recipe #301303


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