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Recipe Reviews 29 reviews
Easy Mini Quiches
Loved them!! So they aren't technically quiches, but they are hands down the best breakfast muffins that I've tried (and I've tried a lot). 4 stars because they did need salt and pepper, which I added as suggested by other reviewers and 1 c. Velveeta is perfect...2 cups was a little too cheesy, if that's possible. It overpowered the bacon and onion. I made 2 batches, the first followed the recipe exactly and other I fidged a bit...used 2c cheddar and jack cheese. Both were made with turkey bacon and a homemade whole wheat baking mix to which I added about 1/4 c yogurt (helps with the whole wheat). They were great. I can eat them on an empty stomach and they don't mess with my blood sugar but keeps me full. Some other moms sampled some and now want the recipe. woohoo!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 25, 2014
Overnight French Toast II
Wonderful! Everyone loved it and it was so simple. I used stale homemade wheat bread cut 1 inch thick. Added 2 extra eggs (personal preference) and 1 tsp cinnamon to the egg mix. I layered the sugar and egg mixes and soaked overnight. Baked up wonderfully with a crunchy sweet topping and was not soggy in the least. I think the stale thick bread is the key. (It's what a chef friend of mine uses to make his bread pudding) A very versatile recipe that can accommodate any leftover breads. Raisins, nuts or possibly even berries could be added for a change up. This will definitely be my go-to recipe for my leftover breads. Thanks for the great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 31, 2013
Honey Grilled Shrimp
I was very surprised at how great these turned out. I used about 1/4 c of Worcestershire sauce and mistakenly put the honey in with the marinade. I think it added depth to the flavor that was fantastic. Because of my honey mistake, I basted the shrimp with a little garlic butter and grilled with veggie skewers and served over rice. Wonderful meal that everyone enjoyed and I will definitely be making this again (probably with the honey in the marinade).

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Reviewed On: Mar. 26, 2013

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