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Breakfast & Brunch
These are nutritious in that they have bran, applesauce and raisins in them.
This quiche makes its own crust, that is part of its charm. You can use canned asparagus and canned mushrooms which speeds up making this recipe.
During winter, top with strawberries. In the summer go for blueberries...and bananas any time.
My husband has always liked oatmeal for breakfast. This is a little different way to present it every now and then.
All I can say is that this is super tasty. I served this for special occasions at breakfast like Easter, Christmas, etc.
Carrots have all sorts of vitamins in them. They have Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Potassium, Vitamin E and more in them.
Old fashioned oatmeal with raisins was winter breakfast in Florida when we were little. No instant oatmeal back then...yeah, I'm a baby boomer, and Mom was a stay at home Mom who had time to cook in the mornings!
Slightly sweet but delicious...Great with soups and chili but also as a stand-alone quick breakfast!
The bonus is the calcium and protein to help start your day. These are wonderful, and with fruit you really do have a nutritious breakfast.
This makes a filling breakfast (if you get up early enough before family eats breakfast.)
French toast that can be assembled the night before and baked in the oven. This can be made for a large crowd.
A great vegetarian entree. This is one of the first recipes I learned to cook for pot lucks in college--and it has remained a favorite to this day. I will eat the leftovers for breakfast!
This recipe I would make for the family on Easter morning or Christmas morning. It can be made the night before and then cooked in the morning, or baked ahead and reheated in microwave. It is a meal in one. Serve with fruit and muffins.