Thursday, May 23, 2013
Subcategories in the 'Breakfast' category
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Don't turnip your nose to this tasty casserole. This scrumptious recipe is a great way for your kids to get their veggies... in disguise.
Want something fast for breakfast? Try our fondue casserole. This a.m. fix combines cheese, tuna and bread for a creamy, dreamy all-in-one effort that will start your morning off right.
Have some fun with fondue. This fondue casserole is more than a hot dish of melted cheese prepared on a layer of bread. It's got some extra ingredients that give it an award-winning kick.
It's eggs-actly what you've been looking for in a souffle. This mouthwatering combination of eggs and cheese whips it good. Sink your teeth into it today.
If you've got a soft spot for cinnamon rolls, this is the recipe for you. These are so simple to make yet they're certain to satisfy your sweet tooth. Serve with coffee or tea in the morning or as an after-dinner dessert.
The flat matzo patties are reminiscent of potato pancakes. However, they're largely made from matzo and eggs. Serve at breakfast, lunch or dinner. They even work as a snack when slathered with butter.
Matzo is a cracker-like flatbread made of white plain flour and water. Here, the traditional Jewish food is used to prepare these Mandlen balls that you can even add to a succulent soup.
Talk about making a good dish great. What makes this breakfast/dessert so convenient is that you can use pre-packaged pastries and build upon your favorite brand. For best results, chill overnight.
If eggplant Parmesan is the only way you know how to prepare this versatile vegetable, it's time for something different. This Italian antipasto can be served also as a side dish. Serve hot or cold, and garnish with slices of lemon.
Nice and smooth -- those are the two best adjectives to describe this healthy fruit concoction that blends together a heaping helping of fresh fruits. It's the perfect way to get your five-a-day.