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Bread Pudding, Savory or Sweet

Savory Bread Pudding2 1/2 c. shredded cheese6 eggs, slightly beaten2 c. milk1 tsp. salt1/4 tsp. dry mustardGarlic to taste Spread a layer of torn pieces of slightly stale french bread (or other breads) in the bottom of a greased 9X13 pan. Sprinkle cheese over the top (you can use more or less than the amount […]

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One-Handed Quiche

Here’s a meal we ate in the car for a few weeks while going to and from Bible study This recipe for biscuits– it’s better than others because it is soft and more workable. The recipe calls for kamut flour, but we use freshly ground whole wheat flour. Line muffin tins with the biscuit dough- […]

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Cottage Cheese Pancakes

Sunset Ideas & Recipes for Breakfast and Brunch Cottage Cheese PancakesYou make these in a blender and then you pour the batter right out of the blender onto the griddle so you have fewer dirty dishes to clean after breakfast. Very, very tasty pancakes. 3 eggs1 cup small-curd cottage cheese2 Tablespoons oil1/4 cup whole wheat […]

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Breakfast Sandwiches for the Freezer

Originally posted at The Common Room in April of ’09 I made nearly two dozen of these yesterday, using one dozen eggs. We also bought some blocks of sliced American and Pepper Jack cheese for around 2.00 a pound recently, and our English Muffins were .50 a package at the day old bread store (this […]

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Wheat-Free Lemon Poppyseed Banana Bread, Soaked Grain Recipe (If you want it to be)

I adapted this recipe from a sour cream banana bread receipt by Tim. D. Culey of Baton Rouge, La, posted online here. (Actually, when I printed it out in 2004, it was posted online somewhere else, but that site is down, so I googled and found the recipe elsewhere). My recipe, however, has no sour […]

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Blender Pancakes

Updated 2/13 to add embarrassing omission (the baking powder and soda) Here is a way to get whole grain pancakes without a grain mill. For about 14 generously sized pancakes, place in your blender: 1 1/2 cups of buttermilk (we use 1 tablespoon vinegar in the milk if our raw milk hasn’t gone sour)1 egg2 […]

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Biscuit Mix

The Biscuit recipe comes from The More-With-Less cookbook by Doris Janczen Longacre. You can omit the powdered milk, but if you add powdered milk to the mix, then you only need to use water for the liquid in the recipes. 10 cups all purpose flour- we use freshly ground whole wheat pastry flour6 T baking […]

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skillet granola

Skillet Granola- this recipe is quicker to make than most granola recipes (you can mix it up, cook it and eat it in less than half an hour), but it doesn’t store for as long because it’s moister than the oven dried granola. This does not matter to us because we eat it before it […]

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Granola

You can eat granola in your hand dry, or in a bowl with with milk, yogurt, or water.Making it is very easy, much cheaper than buying it, and it’s quite a forgiving recipe. You can have endless variety. Mix these in a Bowl of Enormous Proportions: Rolled oats- 16 cupsShredded coconut- 1 & 1/2 cups […]

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Chile Relleno Casserole

Chile Relleno Quiche serves 8 10 eggs1/2 cup melted butter1/2 cup flour1 teaspoon baking powder1 pound cottage cheese2 4 ounce cans green chiles — diced. We like mild.black pepper to taste1 pound grated mozzarella or other cheese Directions1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees2. Whip the eggs until fluffy3. Whisk in melted butter, flour, baking powder […]

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