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Easy 3-Cheese Crustless Spinach Quiche

  “Cottage cheese, Muenster cheese, and American cheese combined with spinach make up this delicious crustless quiche that puffs up high and looks beautiful. The addition of cottage cheese makes this a little different.  A lot of people like this quiche! There are no steps involved; just mix everything together in one bowl! So easy! You can bake this a day ahead and reheat it…

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Triple Chocolate Mile-High Zucchini Muffins

“A moist triple chocolate zucchini muffin that gets the yum approval from my chocoholic husband. You really cannot taste the zucchini in them but I think it helps to make them moist. His suggestion for my trial tweaks with this was to add more chips which I did. The espresso powder enhances the chocolate. We think these are just perfect! You can use white chocolate…

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Potato, Broccoli and Cheese Frittata ~ Low Calorie

  “Put potatoes in a frittata and you are guaranteed superb results! This is a favorite potato frittata of mine, simple and delicious and it pleases even fussy eaters!  I will choose a frittata over an omelet or a quiche any day!  Frittatas are not folded like omelets, and they don’t have a crust like quiches. They are easy to make, you just have to master the technique of sliding and turning…

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Angie’s Low Calorie Morning Glory Muffins

    “This famous apple muffin really is as good as everyone says it is!  Cafes, bakery shops, and home bakers have their own variation of the Morning Glory.  One thing in common to all is the muffin is packed with lots of carrots, apples, and nuts!   Most muffins are high in fat and calories so I made a few changes in the original…

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2-Week Refrigerator Bran Muffins ~ Low Calorie

“An easy and versatile bran muffin; healthy, LOW CALORIE, and so delicious! This muffin batter can stay in the refrigerator for 2 weeks, and you can bake as many muffins you want, when you want! I love them plain, or sometimes I add whatever I feel like that morning. Into each muffin you can add a few raisins, berries, chocolate chips, chopped apples, nuts, dates,…

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Impossible Veggie Quiche, My Way ~Low-Calorie!

   “All of Bisquick’s crustless Impossible Pies are so delicious and easy to change to the way you like them. This is my changed-up version to make a firm and flavorful crustless veggie quiche that is low-calorie! Choose any vegetables you happen to have on hand. Many times I mix the 2 cups of vegetables, but I always keep in the onions, green peppers, cheddar…

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Blueberry Muffins

“I keep going back to this blueberry muffin recipe after I’ve tried a new one. I love the cake part; it is so fluffy and tasty with lots of blueberries.  My family really likes these!   It is an oldie but goodie recipe.    Enjoy!” Servings: 16 INGREDIENTS: 1/2 cup butter 1 cup sugar 2 eggs 2 cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt…

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Cape Breton Scones ~ My Way

   “Europeans and Canadians like their scones on the drier side, more like a biscuit. Americans however seem to prefer scones a little sweeter and somewhat moist, leaning more towards a muffin than a biscuit. Cape Breton Scones are very popular throughout Canada, not just in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. I recently visited this beautiful place and had fun tasting some Cape Breton Scones. Now…

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Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins with Lemon Filling

“A sweeter lemon poppy muffin with lemon filling…. this is so luscious!   The lemon filling recipe is on my website.   Enjoy!” Servings: 12 INGREDIENTS: 1- 1/4 cups sugar 1 tablespoon grated lemon peel 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons poppy seeds 1 cup sour cream 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon…

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Blueberry Scones

  “Blueberry Scones made my way, with a blueberry overload, and the American way, sweet and fluffy, almost like a muffin but not quite. A scone really is a taste between a muffin and a biscuit,  but this leans more towards a muffin. The top has a bit of a crunch to it from the milk and sugar. I think Americans like their scones a little…

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New England Grapenut Custard Layered Pudding

   “In New England grapenut pudding is on the menu in many restaurants. You will either see the grapenuts and custard as two layers or all mixed together. My preference is definitely the layered version. There were a few dishes my Dad loved to make himself and this recipe was one of them.  As it bakes, it forms into two layers. If you are a…

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Easy Puffy French Toast

    “Asked on a Saturday Morning for many a year….”What do you want for breakfast?”  The most popular answer whatever the age:  “Puffy French Toast!” When you can’t decide whether you want pancakes or french toast, you ask for puffy french toast. They are very filling so there is one per serving. I tried to encourage Bill to only eat one, but he was pretty…

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Cranberry Orange Scones

“This is my own version of cranberry scones with lots of orange zest.   I like my scones the American way, sweet and soft.  Europeans prefer a drier and less sweet scone. This is soft and yummy bursting with plenty of real cranberries. A very nice scone for the fall holidays.  Great served warm or cold.     Enjoy!” Servings 16   Bake Time: 23 – 25…

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Pancakes, The Best Ever!

    “It’s got to be the white vinegar that makes these so fluffy and delicious! I have tried many pancake recipes over the years and this is the best. These are better tasting than IHOP! Enjoy!” Servings 6 Ingredients: 3/4 cup milk 2 tablespoons white vinegar 1 egg 2 tablespoons melted butter 1 cup flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon…

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