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Slow Cooked Grains for Breakfast

Breakfast (you must begin this the evening before) : Slow-cooker Cereal1 c. oat groats1 c. millet1/4 c. unflavored tvp (tvp is available at your health food store and is sold as texturized protein granules. You can make this without the tvp, but you will probably be hungry again sooner. TVP is a protein, and most […]

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Blueberry Yogurt Muffins

This recipe is based on these sour cream muffins from Amish country.  We had to make some rapid improvisation, however,when I discovered that what I thought was sour cream in my fridge was actually cottage cheese. I will post two recipes- what we actually did to get the delectable ‘breaded blueberries’ you see in this […]

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Baking Mix for Cookies, Quiche, and Coffee Cake

This is from the Make-A-Mix cookbook, and it can be used to make at least 32 other recipes, including desserts, appetizers, and pancakes. I’m not going to give all the recipes for all thirty-plus things it will make, but I will share a couple of them. The Mix: 8 1/2 cups flour (I would use […]

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French Toast Casserole

French Toast Casserole Butter for greasing the panThe equivilant of a loaf of leftover bread- any kind, mix and match- home-made, rolls, store-bought, even hamburger buns, slightly stale. Toast it slightly in the oven if desired. 2-3 cups milk (we only use whole, and usually raw)- the extra is for if you are sitting this […]

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Grain free, Maple, Almond, Coconut Pancakes

The pumpkin flavor is very mild, almost not even present, so you may want to double the pumpkin. Ingredients: 7 eggs (ours are from a friend’s backyard coop, so they are not a standard size. If yours are storebought, you might want 8-10 eggs)3/4 cup of oil or melted butter3/4 cup of milk (ours is […]

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Basil Biscuits

Basil Biscuits 1/3 cup chopped fresh basil, chopped (we use generous amounts of dried basil)1 stick of buttertwo cups of flour1/2 cup parmesan cheese, grated2 teaspoons baking powder1/2 teaspoon baking soda3/4 cup of yogurt (it has to be yogurt), unflavored. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Slice the butter and put it into a large bowl […]

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More Custard Pies

I’ve shared this coconut pie that you mix in the blender and it makes its own crust here. I found this similar version (only it doesn’t use sugar) for a date custard pie here. I made one of these tonight (it’s in the blue silicone pan). Then I combined the recipes to make two other […]

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Quick and Easy Vegetable Quiche

this makes three quiches 3 deep dish pie crusts 2 bunches of green onions, chopped with kitchen shears.2 packages frozen spinach, thawed and squeeze all the liquid out (save the liquid and use in vegetable broth for soup)2 small peppers, chopped (recipe calls for hot peppers.  We don’t use them)around 5 cups of sliced mushrroms1 […]

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Almond Coconut Pancakes, wheat-free, dairy-free

Crunchy Moms Almond Coconut Pancakes 6 duck eggs (you can use hens’ eggs, but we use duck eggs because of food allergies) 1/4 cup plus 2 T. oil (I’ve used sunflower oil and coconut oil, and I didn’t bother melting the coconut oil) 1/4 cup plus 2 T. milk (I have used almond milk and […]

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German Pancakes

German Pancakes 1 tablespoon butter4 eggs1 heaping teaspoon of flour1/3 teaspoon salt1 cup milk Separate the whites from the yolks of the eggs.Beat both thoroughly and add the flour and salt to the yolks. When well mixed stir in the milk and at the last moment fold in the stiffly beaten whites. Melt the butter […]

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