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Frosted Zucchiini Bars

This recipe is a light version Submitted by SWINGINGRAMA

Potato and Onion Frittata

Make ahead low calorie breakfast, can be made with less fat by using all egg whites.Submitted by ERKELLY4

Mother's Delicious Vegetable Soup

My mother made this soup and would add either stew meat or lean ground beef. She was well known through out family and friends for her vegetable soup!Submitted by WIXNWAX




danish pancakes, ball shapedSubmitted by TATTOOLORE

Buttery Scrambled Eggs
Buttery Scrambled Eggs

A tried and true classic, this simple three-ingredient Scrambled Eggs recipe is the same one I've been using since I was a little girl. I can still remember being shown how to take a spatula and move it across the pan of eggs and create a "scramble." I show how in the video that you can find by following the link below.

For more on these buttery scrambled eggs, see here:

ed-eggs/Submitted by HELANAB86

Baked Eggs with Bacon and Thyme
Baked Eggs with Bacon and Thyme

After a series of inspiring pins over at my frequently obsessed Pinterest homepage, I decided I wanted a lighter version of the baked eggs people are always pinning (you know the recipes I'm talking about--where soccer moms and bloggers bake bread, bacon, and an egg inside muffin tins). This recipe really peaked my interest with its use of roasted kale. Not having kale on hand, I replaced the kale with leftover broccoli and cauliflower from the gratin I made the night before (another recipe that is thanks to Rhett Clement!), and improvised with less bacon and fewer spices as not to overwhelm the palette. The results are savory but simple, elegant yet everyday.

con-and-thyme/Submitted by HELANAB86

Cottage Cheese Pancakes

Modified from Jillian Michaels' recipe. High protein breakfast.Submitted by XTEEN120

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