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Buttermilk Biscuits-Small Batch
381 calories
Buttermilk Biscuits-Small Batch Submitted by: Chef shapeweaver

The original recipe was found on a now defunct recipe site,I have made and enjoyed it several times.But it made a lot of biscuits,and at times that's too much for just two people. And I decided to reduce it by half, then made a...

Roasted New Potatoes With Garlic (Actifry)
333 calories
Roasted New Potatoes With Garlic (Actifry) Submitted by: Bergy

Perfect potatoes every time with Actifry and only 1 tablespoon of oil. These come out crispy on the outside and lovely and soft inside

  • 5.0000
(1) Review
Old Fashioned Country Style Fried Potatoes
105 calories
Old Fashioned Country Style Fried Potatoes Submitted by: French-Tart

A simple and tasty way to serve potatoes, these are wonderful for breakfast or brunch, and also make a delicious light supper dish served with cold meats and salads. I add granulated dried garlic for ease, but fresh garlic is also...

  • 4.0000
(3) Reviews
Alton Brown's French Toast
381 calories
Alton Brown's French Toast Submitted by: HClemson

I never thought about making French toast with honey this is the only way I make it now, another thing I have found that there is now way that 3 eggs and 1 cup of milk is enough for 8 bread slices so I add another egg and 1/2 cup milk,...

  • 5.0000
(2) Reviews
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Cheesy Breakfast Cake
534 calories
Cheesy Breakfast Cake Submitted by: Wayne Peters

This is a recipe inspired by a great little restaurant in a town called Owen Sound, Ontario Canada: Dragonfly Cafe. I switched up some of the ingredients and of course, have no idea the exact ingredients that they use. This is a great...

  • 4.6667
(3) Reviews
Easy Fried Apples
161 calories
Easy Fried Apples Submitted by: Sue Lau

I made these for my brother recently, although I didn't get a photo. It's the way I have always made them, quick simple, easy country cooking. I don't think he had ever had them before. It makes a great side for...

  • 5.0000
(2) Reviews
Bisquick Potato Frittata
533 calories
Bisquick Potato Frittata Submitted by: Kittencal

I have only made this using Bisquick Baking mix and it was very good, I can't promise good results using a baking mix clone

Minnesota Special (Fried Potato Sandwich)
383 calories
Minnesota Special (Fried Potato Sandwich) Submitted by: Dissie

My siblings and I always called this the Minnesota Special. I have no idea where that name came from. This is a very easy sandwich to make and I will admit, I enjoy it more often than I should. (It's my favorite sandwich) Feel free...

  • 5.0000
(1) Review
Kittencal's Secret Ingredient Fluffy Omelette (Low Carb)
315 calories
Kittencal's Secret Ingredient Fluffy Omelette (Low... Submitted by: Kittencal

The baking powder is the secret and don't overcook the eggs

  • 5.0000
(6) Reviews
Venison Breakfast Sausage Patties
122 calories
Venison Breakfast Sausage Patties Submitted by: QueenBea

These are yummy breakfast sausage patties. These may be frozen. Freeze them first on a cookie sheet, and then when completely frozen, portion them in freezer bags.

Cheez Whiz Scrambled Eggs
254 calories
Cheez Whiz Scrambled Eggs Submitted by: QueenBea

This is a quick and easy breakfast or brunch recipe I make quite often. You can use the Cheez Whiz light if you are watching your fat intake.

  • 4.5000
(2) Reviews
Perfect Poached Egg on English Muffin
643 calories
Perfect Poached Egg on English Muffin Submitted by: Wayne Peters

There is a secret to making poached eggs like the chefs do and I am revealing that here in this recipe.

Babybel Cheese, Apple, and Egg Breakfast Mug
205 calories
Babybel Cheese, Apple, and Egg Breakfast Mug Submitted by: KathyD

I found this recipe on the Hungry Girl website, but didn't print it out when I first made it. I didn't remember the type of cheese, and used a light Babybel cheese. Later, I checked the website, and saw that the original...

Bisquick Sausage Cheddar Muffins
332 calories
Bisquick Sausage Cheddar Muffins Submitted by: Kittencal

Condensed cheddar cheese soup is the secret ingredient for the muffins! Two chopped green onions may be mixed in also, broccoli and cheese soup will work well also, turkey sausage may be used instead of the pork

  • 5.0000
(2) Reviews
Kittencal's Quick One-Bowl Cinnamon Brunch Cake
249 calories
Kittencal's Quick One-Bowl Cinnamon Brunch Cake Submitted by: Kittencal

This cakes takes only 5 minutes at the most to prepare, this is not a texture of a boxed cake but it does makes a great weekend brunch cake, some chopped apples, raisins, blueberries may be added into the batter for extra flavor, the...

  • 5.0000
(28) Reviews
Ham Steaks - Grilled (Grillpan, BBQ or Griddler)
339 calories
Ham Steaks - Grilled (Grillpan, BBQ or Griddler) Submitted by: Derf "RIP" Forever in our Kitchen

Mouth watering delicious glazed ham steaks for any occasion.

  • 5.0000
(3) Reviews
Cooking A Smoked Pork Picnic Ham
371 calories
Cooking A Smoked Pork Picnic Ham Submitted by: Bergy

For tenderness and taste there is nothing like a picnic ham and they are usually the most economical cut to buy. There is a lot of waste with the finished ham but you can use the bone with some meat left on it to make a wonderful pea...

  • 5.0000
(1) Review
The Best Pancakes on the Planet!
143 calories
The Best Pancakes on the Planet! Submitted by: Kittencal

The only pancakes I make and the best you will ever have! throw in some fresh blueberries too, drizzle with homemade pancake syrup (my recipe posted here on recipezazz)

  • 5.0000
(24) Reviews
Cornmeal Griddle Cakes Choctaw, Native American
334 calories
106 calories
Hoecakes Submitted by: Luv2Kook

These are "Heaven in your mouth" hoecakes, courtesy of Paula Deen! These hoecakes have always been one of her signature dishes. Leftover batter will keep in refrigerator for up to 2 days.

  • 5.0000
(1) Review
Coddled Eggs
119 calories
Coddled Eggs Submitted by: Sue Lau

This English recipe dates back to the Victorian era, where they were so popular they used to make decorative porcelain pots to cook the eggs in. But you can use common ramekins in this recipe.

  • 5.0000
(2) Reviews