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Danish Aebleskivers

Danish Aebleskivers by Salad Foodie

Æbleskiver (Danish pancake balls) are baked either plain or with an inside filling in a special pan with indentations or cups. The name comes from the Danish "apple slices" because that was used predominantly as the filling. Batter is poured into a heated æbleskiver pan to cook, with an optional filling of fruit or raisins promptly…

2 votes
252 views
Simple Breakfast Quiche

Simple Breakfast Quiche by Susan

Enjoy a simple breakfast quiche! You may add variations of ingredients to suit your likings!

13 votes
49576 views
Apple Oven Pancake

Apple Oven Pancake by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a traditional German oven pancake. If you've never had one, you've got to make this. It is soo delicious and nothing like a regular pancake.

12 votes
20000 views
The Ultimate Bread Pudding

The Ultimate Bread Pudding by J. Gino Genovesi

A good way to use up all the old bread around the house. It is also a great desseert and is very tasty.

3 votes
14321 views
Homemade Skinless Chicken Longganisa

Homemade Skinless Chicken Longganisa by ShaleeDP

I like sausages and I prefer the homemade ones. I got this recipe and tried at home. My relatives enjoyed it and it is such a nice feeling!

1 vote
40442 views
Jimmy Dean Sausage, Egg and Cheese Casserole

Jimmy Dean Sausage, Egg and Cheese Casserole by Kelly Christensen

This is a family favorite and delicious for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

4 votes
28556 views
Delicious Freezer Jam

Delicious Freezer Jam by Nancy Miyasaki

I took the kids berry picking and ended up with a ton of extra berries. Instead of throwing the berries we couldn't eat away, I decided to make homemade jam out of them. Everyone, from my husband to our baby, has loved this jam! So I thought I would share it with you. It's amazingly easy, so don't be scared to try it. We've had…

7 votes
22851 views
Snickerdoodle Muffins

Snickerdoodle Muffins by Nancy Miyasaki

Every mother should have these in her repertoire. One bowl, pedestrian ingredients, and children absolutely love them. These are buttery, sweet, with a soft, pillow-like texture–nothing to get in the way of appreciative grunts. I doubled this recipe and got 17 muffins, so a single will probably yield 8.

27 votes
21068 views
Frittata

Frittata by Bethenny Frankel

10 votes
16083 views
German Pancake

German Pancake by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a traditional German oven pancake. If you've never had one, you've got to make this. It is soo delicious and nothing like a regular pancake.

4 votes
35530 views
Russian omelet

Russian omelet by Pavel Nartov

It's very fast and delicious recipe

7 votes
16487 views
Chile Rellenos Soufflé

Chile Rellenos Soufflé by Salad Foodie

If you're craving a chile relleno fix, give this light south-of-the-border layered soufflé a try. I looked at several recipes then came up with my own combination and it fits my need for a guilt-free alternative. To save time use canned whole green chiles, or char your fresh garden ones if desired. One batch makes 4 generous-size…

4 votes
15259 views
Low Glycemic Banana Bran Muffins

Low Glycemic Banana Bran Muffins by Marg Ruttan

One of the cookbooks I wrote back in the early 1990's was "Traditions of Home Cookies and Muffins". It has some great muffin recipes in it, but unfortunately, they're not low glycemic. My hubby, Fred, asked me the other day to help use up some bananas before they got too ripe so I decided to take one of my recipes and adapt it so…

2 votes
14140 views
Tom's Creamy Scrambled Eggs

Tom's Creamy Scrambled Eggs by Salad Foodie

This recipe is so simple I was reluctant to post it. But I had never tasted eggs cooked this way before Tom served some to me, and I was hooked. The secrets are to scramble the eggs "soft" so they are very moist, and add the cream cheese right at the end so there are visible streaks throughout. So simple - so divine!

2 votes
2255 views
Japanese Street Crepes

Japanese Street Crepes by LittleJapanMama

Crepes are a big hit with young people in Japan. The paper-thin crepes are made fresh and rolled into a cone shape so they can be eaten on the go. Fillings include anything from strawberries and creme caramel, to tuna and lettuce. This is my version, made on a regular frypan at home. See my littlejapanmama link below for step-by-step…

1 vote
11464 views