Category Archives: Breads/Grains

Something Different – Zucchini Muffins

Something Different – Zucchini Muffins

  This recipe originated from TheTampa Bay Times CookClub.  Different recipes are published in the Food section each Wednesday.  We modified the recipe a bit (less maple sugar and added walnuts).  They can be served along soups, salads, or as something different than bread with your main course.  Breakfast muffin?  Absolutely!  These muffins freeze really well too!…Continue Reading

Parmesan Crisps – Better Than Bread!

Parmesan Crisps – Better Than Bread!

  These crisps are  a delicious and healthy alternative to baguettes or heavier bread.  They taste slightly nutty and go great with a salad or any dinner entrée. Arnold Sandwich Thins Good Quality Olive Oil Shaved Parmesan Preheat the broiler. Cover a cookie sheet with aluminum foil.  Separate the sandwich thins into the two slices.…Continue Reading

Cinnamon Pull-Apart Coffee Cake

Cinnamon Pull-Apart Coffee Cake

  The day after Thanksgiving means SHOPPING!!! to all the women in Vicki’s household (the men opt for golf).  In order to make sure that everyone is fed and happy that morning, Vicki puts together a pull-apart coffee cake the night before.  She then gets up early, bakes it, serves it with fresh fruit and…Continue Reading

Fall Harvest Zucchini Bread

Fall Harvest Zucchini Bread

This recipe makes two loaves.  Freeze the second loaf to enjoy at another time, or wrap it up in foil with a pretty bow and give it to someone special as a spontaneous gift – the best kind of gift to receive! 3 large eggs 1 cup vegetable oil 2 cups sugar 2 cups zucchini,…Continue Reading

Low Fat Jalapeño Corn Muffins

Low Fat Jalapeño Corn Muffins

These deliciously moist corn muffins are a perfect accompaniment to several of the recipes we will be posting this month.  Don’t worry about the calories, the recipe calls for egg substitute and fat-free yogurt which helps keep the calories  to a minimum!  Make a batch or two and pop them in the freezer to always have…Continue Reading

Homemade Crunchy Granola

Homemade Crunchy Granola

This homemade granola recipe calls for a minimum of sweeteners, thereby making it much healthier than any store-bought variety.  Vicki likes hers with Greek yogurt and fresh berries and Mary-Ellen has hers in a bowl with milk.  This recipe should last about a month.  After the granola cools, simply put it in air-tight freezer containers.…Continue Reading