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Apple Cinnamon Pancakes features pancake batter with the addition of brown sugar, cinnamon and apples. A great way to add fiber to your pancakes!

Apple Cinnamon Pancakes

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Apple Cinnamon Pancakes transform ordinary pancakes into delicious fruity yumminess that is higher in fiber than traditional pancakes. It doesn’t have to be morning for us to enjoy a nice stack of pancakes at our house. In fact, we probably eat them more for dinner than we do for breakfast. We don’t just eat ordinary pancakes, we like to make…

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Blackberry Crescent Roll Turnovers are so yummy! All you need is store bought crescent rolls, pie filling, powdered sugar and milk to make this easy treat.

Blackberry Crescent Roll Turnovers

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Blackberry Crescent Roll Turnovers are flaky goodness with a yummy fruit filling. I love recipes like these Blackberry Crescent Roll Turnovers because I can whip up something yummy just about any time. These are great for breakfast, brunch, dessert or a snack. The best part is that it takes less than 20 minutes! Some days I love being in the kitchen. But some…

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Super Easy Buttermilk Biscuits combine flour, buttermilk, grated butter, sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Brush with milk and bake to perfection!

Super Easy Buttermilk Biscuits

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Super Easy Buttermilk Biscuits are soft and they have yummy layers of flaky goodness. No biscuit cutter or pastry blender required! Can I just tell you that I love biscuits?! They are so easy to whip up. No yeast is involved, so you can have warm biscuits to eat in about 25 minutes. This Super Easy Buttermilk Biscuits recipe is my most favorite.…

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Bacon Gravy (Country Gravy) only requires 5 ingredients. Bacon, fat, flour, milk, salt and pepper is all you need to make this classic comfort food!

Bacon Gravy (Country Gravy)

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Bacon Gravy only requires 5 ingredients and is super easy to make. We don’t eat bacon all that often, but Bacon Gravy is one of my most favorite ways to eat it. When I first got married I wasn’t sure if you could make country gravy with bacon instead of sausage. So I called my mother-in-law and asked her, she told…

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Ham and Potato Quiche features eggs, heavy cream, diced ham, potatoes, and onions, and of course cheddar cheese. Great for breakfast, brunch, or dinner!

Ham and Potato Quiche

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Ham and Potato Quiche features eggs, ham, potatoes, and of course, cheddar cheese. A great main dish for breakfast, brunch, or even dinner! This Ham and Potato Quiche has all the things that Lee and I both love. He loves ham, eggs, and cheese, and I love potatoes and cheese. I was pleasantly suprised when my 15 year-old loved it…

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These Lemon Berry Puff Pastry Flowers use store bought pastry, cream cheese, sugar, lemon, vanilla, and fresh berries. So impressive, yet so easy!

Lemon Berry Puff Pastry

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This Lemon Berry Puff Pastry recipe is impressive, yet easy! These Lemon Berry Puff Pastry Flowers are flaky, cheesy, fruity , and so delicious! They actually don’t take that long to make either. I got the idea to make these when I saw the video on my facebook feed. I watched the video and learned how to make the flower…

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Oat Banana Nut Pancakes adds oats, wheat flour, bananas and walnuts to traditional pancake batter to make a heartier and healthier version of pancakes.

Oat Banana Nut Pancakes

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These Oat Banana Nut Pancakes are hearty, healthy, and delicious! Adding oats, whole-wheat flour, nuts, and bananas transforms traditional pancakes into this updated version. Not that there is anything wrong with traditional pancakes, I love them as well. Letting the batter rest for a few minutes while the griddle is getting hot helps them to be thick. I overlooked putting the sugar…

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Sausage Gravy

Sausage Gravy

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This recipe reminds me of when I was around 5-years-old and my grandfather took me to the local diner where we ate biscuits and gravy. We only did it a couple of times, but it is something I often think about when I eat this meal. This gravy is even better than you can get out at restaurants because most, if…

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Buttermilk Biscuits

Buttermilk Biscuits

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I am so excited because I finished my last final of the semester yesterday! This means that I have completed 87% of the courses required to earn an associates degree in accounting. I will finish up with 3 classes in the fall, and that’s it. I have wanted to work in accounting since I was in my teens, but life happened…

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Peach French Toast Casserole

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We made it through the first Spring storms last night unscathed. The weather forecasters had been telling us for days that it was coming, so we knew to be aware. We did get quite a bit of much needed rain. We were lucky not to get any hail where we live in Derby, but some folks weren’t so lucky. I…

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Dad’s French Toast

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French Toast is one of the dishes that my husband makes. He taught both of our daughters to make it when they were young. When our oldest daughter was about 10 she called home on Saturday morning, from a sleepover, to ask her dad how to make it. She made it for not only her friend, but for the entire family.…

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