Category Archives for Dairy & Eggs

Magic Milk Shakes

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I love this recipe because it makes very rich milk shakes without any ice cream. I don’t always have ice cream in the house because the kids eat it so fast. With this recipe we can have delicious frosty milk shakes for a fraction of the cost of those using ice cream. And all the […]

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Deviled Eggs

Perfect for snack and potlucks. Who doesn't love a plate of homemade deviled eggs? Here's how I make mine.

A plate of deviled eggs is one of my go-to things to fix for potlucks and get-togethers. They are always appreciated no matter what else is on the table. They also make a great snack. If you are taking them, sprinkle a little paprika on top to make them look pretty. 6 eggs Water for […]

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Denver Omelet Recipe

When we go out for breakfast (which we don’t do very often), I love getting  a Denver Omelet. There’s just something about the combination of eggs, ham, cheese and bell peppers. It also makes a very substantial meal that will keep you going. I recently started making it at home and thought I’d share the […]

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Homemade Fried Rice

This is one of my favorite “go-to” recipes when I don’t know what to make for dinner. Everyone likes it and it’s very fast to make. I also almost always have everything in the kitchen to make it. My favorite way to cook it is with bulk breakfast sausage. But you can make it with […]

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Egg Casserole

I think this is technically a frittata. We always called it a quiche but it has no crust. This requires little prep time, is flexible, is easy, feeds a crowd, can be easily adapted for cholesterol and calorie watchers, and makes good leftovers. Good hot or cold, at any meal. Mom likes it with salsa […]

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Homemade Cottage Cheese

7 1/2 cups water 2 2/3 cups instant powdered milk 1 cup buttermilk 1/2 tsp salt Place powdered milk and water in a mixing bowl and mix until milk is completely dissolved. Add in buttermilk. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and let it stand at room temp for about 8 hrs. (you want it to […]

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