Sweet potatoes make the perfect gluten-free crust for this custardy quiche. Brown the mushrooms with garlic to deepen their meaty flavor. This can easily be turned dairy free using vegan milk and cheese.
This recipe is a nice substitute for the usual beef meat loaf. It’s plenty moist and so flavorful with the sweet red pepper. Leftovers are great for sandwiches the next day.
Savory Cabbage Pancakes are a fun and filling way to use up pantry leftovers. Fill them and top them with whatever your heart desires!
This is the best chewy blondie recipe! These cookie bars include the option of adding white chocolate chips and nuts, but they taste just as good without any add-ins
This sounds yummy, and bonus gluten-free and dairy-free.
Made this today for Memrorial Weekend celebration BBQ at my brother’s. I needed something to bring that I know I’d be able to eat and enjoy. Learning to find things I can eat while being out with normal folks is hard. This one, though, is AMAZING. This is pretty similar to Sweet and White Potato Salad except the taters are baked intead of boiled. Plus BACON.
Another bog-standard potato salad recipe using skin-on red potatoes for a large group.
Using sweet and white potatoes, this salad is a bit of a surprise, but very enjoyable.
Chorizo is a spicy Spanish sausage. Combine it with corn, potatoes, and a fried egg to create a savory dish versatile enough to enjoy anytime.
These chocolate treats are crowd-pleasers, and they’re gluten-free.
Oh my, this was so good. This is now a go-to recipe for us. Consider adding loose sausage instead of the eggs, or even chicken. Yum! This is definitely one for the houseboat!
This breakfast casserole topped with runny eggs by F&W’s Grace Parisi develops a terrific texture as it cooks slowly in a glass dish (which makes it easy to see when the bottom is perfectly browned). As one F&W editor remarked on tasting it, “I worship the crisp bottom and the chewy, moist bread.”
Found in the Taste section of the Minneapolis Star/Tribune, October 2011, originally from the “Apple Lover’s Cookbook”. My friend, Marina, makes a version of this without apples, and tops with powdered sugar and lemon juice as well. This is their traditional holiday breakfast dish.
Boiling an egg isn’t terribly difficult, but it is the reason the egg timer was invented. You’ll need a timer at least until you’ve done it so often that you can just tell when the eggs are ready.
Frittatas are like fancy omelettes with potatoes. This one is very tasty. This recipe came out of a Williams-Sonoma catalog, which coincidently is where we purchased the frittata pan…
The thing about potato salad is that everyone has their own recipe. Here is another one that uses red potatoes and adds bacon!