Breakfast

Breakfast recipes – Some of my personal recipes including pumpkin pancakes, cranberry-pecan muffins, quiche, eggs, plantain muffins, breads, and many others.

Quiche Lorraine (lower fat) – Recipe

Posted by on Nov 22, 2011 in Breakfast, featured-slider-post, Food Journal | 0 comments

Quiche Lorraine (lower fat) – Recipe

Print PDF Quiche Lorraine  (recipe and instructions with video tutorial follow) - OK, so today I’m going to teach you something about quiche really quick – actually, I’m going to teach you a couple of things (unless you already know all about quiche (if so, good job, move to the head of the class, if not, keep reading)). That way you can impress everyone later with your new found quiche knowledge. You may not realize this, but quiche is actually a form of custard. A custard is a liquid that is thickened by the coagulation of eggs. There are two kinds of custards,...

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Plantain Muffins (whole wheat) – Recipe

Posted by on Nov 21, 2011 in Breakfast, Food Journal | 0 comments

Plantain Muffins (whole wheat) – Recipe

Print PDF Plantain Muffins (Plantain Muffin recipe and instructions follow) – My wonderful husband Xavier has a very unusual allergy- bananas. This is one of those things that I truly feel sorry for him for because I make whole wheat banana bread all the time for the kids. So my poor baby has to be in the house and smell the delicious smell of banana bread baking. Not only that, but then he has to endure all of us sitting around the table raving about how good it is, and it is good! So the last time I made banana bread, our son made the suggestion that I make Daddy some platano...

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Pumpkin Pancakes – Recipe

Posted by on Nov 10, 2011 in Breakfast, Food Journal, Holidays | 0 comments

Pumpkin Pancakes – Recipe

Print PDF   The pumpkin pancake story/recipe – On Sunday mornings I always make a big breakfast for my family. This past Sunday I woke up craving pancakes. So, I got out of bed while the house was still nice and quiet (the kids were all still sleeping) and went to the kitchen to start the batter so everyone could wake up to the smell of pancakes. Well, to my dismay, when I went to the refrigerator to get the buttermilk, we were out. Dag-gone-it! Yes, I say Dag-gone-it (I got it from my Mom)! Anyway, I still wanted pancakes, and I didn’t have time to run to the store, nor...

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