Category Archives for Egg and Cheese Recipes

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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Bread Pudding

Dish of Homemade Bread Pudding

Whenever we need an easy weeknight dessert or just have some leftover bread that needs using up, I whip up a batch of this bread pudding. You can use any type of leftover bread for this. Just toast it and cut or tear it into small chunks. This recipe is from my 35 Homemade Bread […]

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Palačinky (Czech Crepes)

A Guest Post By Alice Seba From (great blog to follow).  When I was growing up, we had some pretty interesting things for dinner. We had these things that looked like donuts with a dollop of sour cream and jam on them. Other times, we had traditional Czech pancakes, called palačinky, that are more like what […]

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Bacon And Egg Fried Rice

I make fried rice at least once a week for dinner. It’s a quick easy meal and a great way to use up leftover cooked rice. If you feeding more people than you expected, it’s easy to stretch this meal by adding another cup or two of rice, an extra egg and whatever leftover veggies […]

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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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Ranchos Huevos Burrito

I love Huevos Rancheros, but don’t often have the time to make them for breakfast. This “to-go” version is a great alternative that also makes for a yummy, healthy lunch. 2 large eggs salt and pepper to taste 2 Tbsp canned black beans (or other beans you liked) 1 Tbsp chunky salsa, any you like […]

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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 Goat Cheese

Making homemade goats cheese is not as hard as you may think and it is really good for you. 1 gallon of fresh goats milk ¼ cup of vinegar or lemon juice cheesecloth candy thermometer large stainless steel stockpot long knife long stainless steel spoon fine mesh colander Start by placing your goats milk into […]

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Mac 'n Cheese Made With Reconstituted Powdered Milk

Credit for this recipe goes to the  University of Illinois Extension – Family Nutrition Program and our friend, Julie Henry, who asked the question – How long does reconstituted powdered milk stay fresh in refrigerator? In my research, and in my experience, the answer is: Reconstituted (prepared) powdered milk will last, if it is covered […]

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Baked Macaroni and Cheese

1 egg 16 oz. macaroni noodles 8 oz. Velveeta cheese crumbles 8 oz. sharp cheddar 8 oz. mild cheddar 1 can evaporated milk 1 stick margarine or butter Boil noodles. While cooking, beat milk and eggs together. Then stir in cheese. Cut margarine/butter into chunks and put on top of cheese mixture. After draining noodles, […]

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