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  • v KURTZIE1998
    emoticon Let's get ready to rock
    9 hours ago
  • v MEAGOP
    Hello Beautiful Dragon,

    I have a comfort food recipe for you:

    Quiche Muffins:

    Since this is a recipe I’ve developed, and I cook at high altitude, you should experiment and fine-tune this to your own tastes!

    1 cup sautéed, seasoned veggies of choice (I like spinach and sliced red bell peppers, with onion and garlic plus fines herbs)
    OR
    1/2 cup dried fruit, like raisins or dried cranberries, with orange or lemon zest, or cinnamon and a bit of honey, or vanilla extract, or pumpkin seeds—follow your “Yum!”

    8-10 eggs, beaten

    1 tsp Dijon mustard (skip the mustard if you are using fruit)

    2-4 Tbs grated Parmesan or Romano cheese (good with the fruit, but you can also use cottage cheese or ricotta)

    Whole wheat or sprouted bread cubes, two for each quiche, if desired

    (Cubed ham is also delicious in the savory version)

    (Non-stick or silicon muffin tins, or using paper liners will solve any sticking issues without adding oil or butter to grease tins)

    Pre-heat oven to 350, while you sautee the veggies. Beat eggs with mustard, and add grated cheese. Place bread cubes, if desired, in each of twelve cups in the muffin tins. Divide veggies or fruit among the cups. Fill ¾ full of egg mixture, and wait a few minutes for the bread to absorb the egg. Top up with more egg if needed, and sprinkle cheese on top if you wish.

    Bake for 20 minutes, until puffed. Pop out immediately. Each muffin is about 50-75 calories, by my reckoning.

    These are quick to make, decadent and delicious, nourishing and absolutely great for a clean diet. You can also freeze them, and save them for emergencies. Beats mac and cheese hollow!

    Enjoy!

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    2 days ago
  • v EMILYMAKES
    I just read that you are an artist! What fun! I dream of someday being a fiber artist. What kind of art do you enjoy?
    8 days ago
  • v EMILYMAKES
    I just read that you are an artist! What fun! I dream of someday being a fiber artist. What kind of art do you enjoy?
    8 days ago
  • v SHAPNUP
    I found out I didn't have something checked on my page about sharing my feed. So hopefully, the problem is solved. emoticon
    8 days ago
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