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    This is great on pancakes, bread pudding...I think I'm just beginning to discover its many uses. Honestly, it tastes soooo good, I often end of licking the spoon (and the pan) after I make it! :) Don't be weirded out by the buttermilk--you wouldn't even know it was there unless someone told you. I often halve it if I don't want to make a lot, and it also keeps in the fridge in an airtight container for several days.

    Recipe #331388

    1 Reviews |  By SJay93

    Originally got this recipe from Gourmet magazine...and tweaked it a little to my own tastes. It's delicious this time of year especially. I would definitely recommend using a very crusty type of bread for this--like a day old french baguette or maybe even some stale challah. I just buy a loaf of french from panera and use half of it.

    Recipe #331379

    1 Reviews |  By SJay93

    A combination of recipes I've tried. The sugar can be upped if preferred; I'm just not a fan of sickeningly sweet berries.

    Recipe #313697

    1 Reviews |  By SJay93

    A moist, yummy treat for breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea, dessert...the possibilities are endless. :) Try adding some orange or lemon zest, that adds great flavor, and melds well with the berries. My next experiment will be to try it with the black raspberries we have in season now. I came up with it after looking at several coffeecake recipes that included yogurt, and sort of combined all my favorite parts of the recipes together--and this was born.

    Recipe #313051

    1 Reviews |  By SJay93

    Yet another gem that I found on an online food blog. I've never had granola that tasted like heaven before...but this stuff does. Not the healthiest but I like to have about three tablespoons of it with skim milk or on yogurt for breakfast. Divine!

    Recipe #310441

    I found this recipe while browsing through a favorite french blog of mine called Chocolate & Zucchini. It originally calls for 5 apples and two mangoes, and one day I'd love to try it with them. But for now I've only made it with the apples, and it's still sensational and easy. You'll notice there's no cinnamon in the recipe--I don't think the french relate apples with cinnamon the way we Americans seem to. You may add it if you wish, but I think they're on to something. It's amazing without any cinnamon.

    Recipe #309694

    1 Reviews |  By SJay93

    Totally versatile! I've made it with blueberries, apples, orange zest, plain. It's just good stuff. Normally I halve it and make it in a nine-inch cake pan. I actually found the recipe in an ancient southern cookbook called "Charleston Receipts" while I was down in SC. The only real change I make is to sub yogurt for milk as I find it gives it a moister, more coffeecake-like consistency.

    Recipe #308783

    2 Reviews |  By SJay93

    This is actually my own variation of a Crisco recipe, made without Crisco (trying to be healthier and ditch the hydrogenated fats!) I sub butter and veggie oil instead, and you still end up with a soft, chewy cookie. Believe me, no one knows they're better for you and they just gobble them up. :)

    Recipe #303845


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