Tender, moist and not too sweet. This zucchini bread freezes well and is a great way to use up the abundance of summer squash. I made this to share with the Eastvale Garden Group and there was not a piece leftover.
This recipe was created for the Eastvale Garden Group to use an abundance of summer squash (zucchini). I use a food processor with the grater blade to make fast work of grating the vegetables. Use any additional vegetables you have on hand. The possibilities are endless.
An old fashioned banana bread made with buttermilk. No mixer required!
Tender and delicious muffins that combine the flavors of blueberries and lemon. This recipe makes 24 good sized muffins. These freeze well or you can use the adjust serving size to make just 12 if you would like.
Make sure to use steel cut oats with this recipe. The oats soak over night and cook while you get ready for the day. Stir in any additions you like AFTER the oats have cooked. Enjoy!
Adapted from Chef John’s Classic Potato Pancakes. The ingredients are the same but the method & instructions have been modified to ensure truly crispy pancakes. Water is the enemy of crispy potatoes, using this method you are guaranteed success.
Serve with a dollop of sour cream & thinly sliced smoked salmon or as I do, crispy addition to Sunday’s bacon and eggs.
For a gluten free version – use Rice flour instead of all purpose flour.
Omelets are perfect for both breakfast and dinner. With a few eggs and the fillings you have on hand puts this on the table in no time. Light fluffy omelets require an infusion of air into the eggs. Whisk vigorously or use an immersion blender.
You don’t need a box mix when these special pancakes can be mixed up in just minutes.
Adapted from AllRecipes ‘Simply Pumpkin Pancakes’.
The secret to really crispy homemade hash browns is to rinse the potato starch from the potatoes and to get them nice and dry. By using a salad spinner it is easy to both rinse and dry the grated potatoes.
Once added to the hot pan don’t move them until they are nicely brown.
Sunday breakfast never tasted so good!