This is a delicious diabetic and diet-friendly recipe for quiche. I created the recipe for two servings for my wife Laura and me. I put it together on Saturday evenings; cover each bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate. When I get up on Sunday morning, I let Laura sleep in while I make the coffee and put the quiches in the oven. We love the crusty texture that is created on the outside edges when cooked in the Pyrex bowls. The inside stays moist and tender.
An authentic Cincinnati German tradition. This is peasant food and, therefore, labor intensive. There is no "healthy" way to make this dish, so don't eat it every day and you'll be okay.
A tasty, easy to bake muffin that is reminiscent of a coffee cake.
This granola has been a family breakfast favorite for around 20 years. It's very basic and easy to make. It's also very delicious. For extra flavor/nutrition we sometimes add raisins, strawberries, blueberries, bananas, flax meal, peanut butter, almonds, or pecans.
This is so delicious and easy you will be making it for breakfast all the time.
The only bad thing about these granola bars is how fast they disappear! I have to ration my kids on these things!
Spicy, nutty oatmeal.
I made this simple recipe a few days ago. It suits a man who is hungry and needs something fast, simple, easy yet delicious food ready on the table.
Ryan Seacrest tweeted these ingredients for a natural energy drink, courtesy of his trainer Jeff Deperon.
When you're making pumpkin bread for just a few people, try this simple recipe for the toaster oven.
Biscuits with a little bit of bacon in every bite. What could be a better way to start your morning?
If you must have quiche, have a quiche that's full of beef, cheese, cream and crackers.
This hearty, cheese egg casserole feeds a crowd. Make it Saturday night, clean up the dishes, and you'll get Sunday off to a rousing start.
Nothing is quite like Ichiro's swing, and no flavor is quite like chives. Here they turn a basic strata into a hall-of-fame performer.
Long day of yard work ahead? Give yourself a treat and plenty of energy with this meaty breakfast casserole.
Almost like a giant ham sandwich with egg on top, this breakfast casserole will give you the energy for a day of chopping wood, building a fence, or any man chore you've got to get done.
Everything should get a topping of bacon at the end of cooking like this tasty breakfast casserole does. The world would be a better, more manly place.
When you really want to do breakfast right, make this hearty, cheesy, crunchy breakfast casserole. Has all the fuel you'll need for a full day of man stuff.
Spinach got Popeye started in the morning--imagine if he'd added bacon! You make this the night before, bake it in the morning, and start the day ready to go save Olive Oyl, or whatever other heroic chores are on your to-do list.
Dessert in pizza form. Instead of tomato sauce, you use yogurt, your dough is sponge cake, and there's less pepperoni than fruit. Still, for the pizza lover, it's the shape that counts.