Crepes by Jann from PA

Better than pancakes. Fewer carbs and a little more protein. Fill with berries or any fruit (thicken with a little cornstarch, if desired). Or, use savory fillings, like bean dip or salsa. Very easy and versatile. Can be frozen.

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French Toast

French Toast by kingnate9

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Spinach and cheddar quiche

Spinach and cheddar quiche by Cosmo1162

I had a leftover pie crust from a custard peach pie, and leftover heavy cream from a Russian cream dessert. I also had some spinach on hand so I decided to find a way to turn them all into something delicious. I ended up with this elegant quiche based loosely on Julia Child's recipe.

1 vote
New Orleans French Toast

New Orleans French Toast by Paula Lenz

New Orleans Style French Toast This is not your typical French toast recipe. This is made New Orleans style using thick slices of bread soaked in a custard batter. The bread is browned lightly in a pan and then baked to a golden brown. This recipe is just one of the countless French-influenced dishes of New Orleans and one of the…

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Madeleines by Christine

I had been longing to make madeleines or small French Sponge Cake for quite some time. All this while, I postponed the idea of making madeleines because I could not find the shell shaped molds typically designed for madeleines. I thought I would not be exactly baking madeleines if I didn't bake the cake in pans with shell-shaped…

2 votes
Ham & Eggs Benedict

Ham & Eggs Benedict by RecipeKing

Ham & Eggs Benedict is a delicious and healthier version of this popular French dish. A great option for a weekend breakfast or brunch. Made with reduced-fat mayonnaise and non-fat yogurt to make it a low calories, low carbohydrates, low sugars, diabetic and Weight Watchers (3) PointsPlus recipe.

1 vote
Mini Italian Quiches

Mini Italian Quiches by Sheryl Dennett

A delicious quiche inspired by the more traditional Italian Quiche but made into individual servings for parties, pot lucks and picnics! Or simply to have at home and enjoy with the family or take some to work with you!

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Mini Quiche

Mini Quiche by Chef Smith

Most people believe that the quiche originates from France, and it is fair to say that in its traditional form, attributing origin to the French is quite correct. However, prior to French chefs concocting quiche, German chefs made an egg custard pie called kuchen, meaning cake. The German dish was baked in brioche dough, instead of…

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