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Easy Mini Quiches

Reviewed: Dec. 13, 2009
Like others said, this is not a traditional quiche, but regardless it is still a great fast recipe for breakfast/brunch that you can modify to suit what is in your kitchen and to your family's tastes. It is easy to make it more "eggy" for more of a quiche-like consistency by increasing eggs or decreasing the baking mix. I used 4 full eggs and 2 egg whites. I also used a whole grain baking mix and cut the amount to 2/3 Cup. I made a variation with left overs in the fridge and included flaked salmon, 1/4 C frozen spinach drained and thawed, a small zucchini shredded, some provencal herb seasoning, garlic powder, and did 3/4 C of Swiss/Emmenthal Cheese. Once I mixed it all together, I threw in a splash of milk to moisten it a bit more, and baked in full sized muffin tins. Everyone loved them, and even my very picky 16mo toddler gobbled it up.
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Microwave Oven Peanut Brittle

Reviewed: Oct. 30, 2007
I didn't have corn syrup on hand so used maple syrup instead, added some cinnamon, and used almonds instead of peanuts. I quartered the recipe and all still came out deliciously well. Now how to keep my hubby away from it so I can enjoy it all?! ;)
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Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Reviewed: Feb. 7, 2007
I LOVE making chocolate covered strawberries, especially for Valentine's Day. Over the years I've learned to add a little kick to them. Here are my little secrets - 1) I use semi-sweet chocolate and definitely drizzle the white chocolate over for a beautiful effect; 2) SPIKE THEM! - and here's how... Fill a syringe with a sweet white dessert wine, like a nice Reisling, and slowly inject the wine into the strawberries from near the stem (after you've done the dipping in chocolate.) You want to inject enough wine to saturate the berries, but watch not to add too much otherwise they end up becoming runny. These are always a hit when I bring them to dinner parties and of course when treating my husband to a romantic dinner at home. Enjoy!
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Light and Spicy Fish

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2006
Fabulous! Though I did change it up a lot. I used Kingfish (King Mackerel) and rubbed the filets with a ready-made Cajun Seasoning, letting the fish marinate in the fridge for about an hour. Then I substituted some salsa I had made at home (actually the Garden Tomato Salsa from this site) for the picante sauce and grilled the foil packet on an indoor grill. My husband is gonna love it! Thanks.
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Chicken and Shrimp

Reviewed: Aug. 17, 2006
As is the recipe looked quite bland for my husband's and my tastes. So I more than doubled the garlic, added a bit of lemon juice, was generous with the wine, and threw in lots of freshly grated black pepper. I also was a bit mindful about limiting the amount of oil we used. At the end, this dish turned out lovely! The broth is beautiful especially when served with some steamed white rice or crusty garlic bread. We loved it and will definitely make again, perhaps with just seafood next time - shrimp and scallops. Thanks for the great meal!
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Chocolate Brittle Surprise

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2005
Great and easy recipe. I used saltines and skipped the nuts. I sprinkled red and green sprinkles on top instead to take home for christmas. I think everyone will love this rich snack! (That is if my husband and I don't eat the whole batch on the car ride home!)
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Banana Crumb Muffins

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2005
Excellent! I just finished making these with a few changes suggested by others on the site - 1C unbleached flour and 1/2C whole wheat, extra banana and slightly less butter, 1tsp Cinnamon and Vanilla to batter plus 1/2C chopped walnuts. I also prepared the topping in a mini chopper which was very quick and efficient. My husband just came home from work and is gobbling these up! Thanks for sharing this recipe.
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