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America’s Test Kitchen French Toast with Challah

A Trader Joe’s expert just took me on a tour of the store, showing me her favorites. She showed me the best deals and gave tips on what to buy elsewhere for budget sake. One of the most memorable parts of the trip was finding the challah bread. I’ve been searching for challah for some time, … Continue reading

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Cinnamon Buns using “Five Minutes a Day” Brioche

After years of searching for the cinnamon buns recipe and I’ve finally found it. This is not a drill! It’s a Brioche dough (i.e. a highly-enriched sweet bread, which using butter and eggs to produce a tender and flaky crust). Better yet, it’s a “Five Minutes A Day” bread. I’ve professed my love for Bread … Continue reading

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Cornmeal Pancakes: Pumpkin or Banana?

When we have guests in town and I like making a special breakfast. These cornmeal pancakes are a delicious treat. I’m actually making breakfast for supper tonight, doubling my batch, and freezing the extra for guests’ arrival next week. I created this Pumpkin Nutmeg variation from Emeril’s original recipe. Pumpkin would be perfect if you … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Grahamcakes

Grahamcake

These Whole Grain Grahamcakes are ideal for feeding a full house, especially on a long weekend. And if you just call them “Grahamcakes,” the kids might forget they are made of whole wheat & grains. This is a variation of America’s Test Kitchen’s Grahamcakes recipe. (America’s Test Kitchen is my favorite recipe establishment. They come … Continue reading

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Scones: The Hoity-Toitest Quick Bread

Scones seemed so hoity toity when I was young. Like it was only to be consumed on special occasions. The first time I made them I was surprised at how easy they are. Such a payoff – instant fancy. I’ve included two scone recipes: one sweet, one savory. Fast Raspberry Scones and Roasted Red Pepper Scones. They … Continue reading

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The Versatile Crepe

Crepes are so versatile — they can be sweet or savory, served for breakfast or for dinner. And depending on the filling, they can be a healthier alternative to syrup-heavy pancakes. Here’s the basic recipe and two options for serving. Basic Crepes Ingredients 1 cup flour (or whole wheat) 2 tsp baking powder 1 tsp … Continue reading

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So here it is…

…the most efficient way to track my recipes. I enjoy all things kitchen and I love trying new recipes. I’m excited to finally have a way to track new finds and share them too. This blog will record recipes I’ve found and some straight from the KrausnicKitchen, like this one, my husband’s favorite granola. K’s Granola … Continue reading

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