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Mom’s Quiche Recipe

This quiche recipe was originally handed down to me by my mom. When I was in high school, she helped with the prom day after breakfast and adapted the recipe they used into this one. This must be where I get my inability to exactly follow a recipe without adding some embellishments 😉 We make this quiche for Christmas morning every year. It’s a perfect “make ahead” breakfast. I simply get up early and take it from the fridge and set it on the counter while I do my Christmas Morning “stuff”. Then, I preheat the oven so that I …

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No Added Sugar Cranberry Sauce Recipe (Keto, Low Carb, Paleo)

I’m very excited to share my recipe for No Sugar Added Cranberry Sauce! As we approached the holidays, my husband asked if I could create a keto cranberry sauce recipe! One that wouldn’t leave him missing out on one of his favorite holiday dishes. So, I started experimenting. Inspired to create an end result with full flavor, I played around with some ‘secret ingredients’ until I got the flavors just right. This Keto Cranberry Sauce is utter cranberry perfection. Just a little bit goes a long way. Did you know that cranberries only have 4 grams of sugar in 1 …

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Apple Crisp

My dad brought me a few bushels of apples from the apple tree that my husband and I were married under at my family farm. After hemming and hawing about what to make I decided on our favorite fall comfort dish—Apple Crisp. The recipe from my childhood which was handed down to us by my mom is delicious but it’s mostly butter and sugar. From my granola making experience I knew I could change things up and make apple crisp quite nutritious and very delicious! At the time of the apple drop­off my husband was at Ft. Gordon doing some training for the National Guard. We …

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Light & Fluffy Multigrain Cinnamon Rolls

Delicious cinnamon rolls that pack a multigrain punch! This recipe yields 2 dozen rolls if rolled thin and cut to size. Light & Fluffy Multigrain Cinnamon Rolls This traditional recipe for whole wheat cinnamon rolls are whole grain but sure don’t taste that way. This is an old family recipe that I’ve posted for longevity purposes.  0 from 0 votes Print Pin Rate Cuisine: Traditional Recipes Servings: 24 rolls Author: Tara Wright IngredientsFor the Rolls2 packages active dry yeast1 tsp Honey2 cups warm water (divided)2/3 cup olive oil (or coconut oil)2/3 cup Honey (can also use agave or maple syrup or …