Friday, October 21, 2011

Friday Finds

I am participating in 12 Weeks of Christmas Cookies and Sweets and the Improv Cooking Challenge so I am on recipe overload this week.  For links to lots of great recipes you can go to my Thursday posts here and here.

I did find some other interesting goodies to share.

1-Minute Scrambled Eggs

I have never made scrambled eggs in the microwave, but I am definitely going to give this a try very soon.  I really like scrambled eggs, but generally don't bother with them when I am just making breakfast for myself.

Budget Bytes

This looks as if it would be a nice change from my regular oatmeal/banana/peanut butter smoothie that I make often.  I would probably sub oatmeal for the flax seed and regular milk for the soy.

Daily Organized Chaos

I seem to have this knack for being drawn to recipes that take perfectly healthy veggies and combine them with ingredients that are not quite so healthy.  That being said, I like cauliflower, these look really good, and maybe I could get them by my non-cauliflower eating hubby.


The Real Housewives of Riverton

Here is an unusual and novel use for pumpkin.  These look like they would be lots of fun to make and serve at a party like she did.  It might be fun to have guests help make these, too.

Serious Eats

This is a nice article with a slide show on how to dry apple slices in the oven if you don't have or don't want to bother with a dehydrator.  You can have dries apples in about hour.

Note:  All photos were taken by and are the property of the owners of the respective blogs represented.

I had better stop here.  As always, I am anxious to see what others have found in their travels through the web this week.

Linking to Friday Finds

3 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for visiting our blog! We hope you stop by again!
    ~Paula - Riverton Housewives

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  2. The pumpkin wontons look great!

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  3. love dried apple chips - and that you can make them without a dehydrator! Thanks for sharing these finds, Loy!

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