Baby Potato Quiches - Easy, yummy breakfast - you can make a week's worth of breakfasts in an hour. Pop one or two in the microwave for a couple minutes and you'll be all set! :) This version is based on Muffin-Tin Quiche with Smoked Cheddar and Potato from Eating Well Magazine (January/February 2017, page 50). I had to change a bunch of things because of my IBS (including omission of one of the major ingredients, smoked cheddar!), so I'm posting my own version here, but the original got five-star reviews, so you might want to give it a try. :) The name came about when my husband walked into the kitchen and commented, "Oh look, baby quiches!" - Posted January 22, 2017.
Classic Omelette Recipe (off-site) - Posted on Epicurious. This recipe helped me to make the first real omelet I ever cooked (all precious attempts turned into scrambled eggs!)
Crustless Spinach, Onion and Feta Quiche (off-site) - Posted on SparkPeople.
Easy Egg Fu Yung Casserole - A nontraditional take on an old dish. The original version was posted on SparkPeople by Maddy Avena, and is quite good. However, it included several ingredients that I could not consume, plus I have less time these days than I used to have, so I figured out a less hands-on (i.e., lazier!) way to do it. Very yummy and very healthy! :) - Posted March 3, 2017.
Greek Zucchini Frittata - Another great way to use up summer's zucchini bounty!
Rosemary Potato Frittata (off-site) - A good, quick dish from Diabetic Living Magazine - you don't have to have diabetes to enjoy good food! Posted January 2, 2016.
Spinach, and Cheddar Souffle (off-site) - This is wonderful! I made my very first soufflé for my husband's and my 35th anniversary this year, and Peter loved it! Ina Garten provides step by step instructions for making a perfect soufflé. It isn't at all as scary as I feared, though I did need more than the 10 minutes estimated preparation time. I was a bit concerned about leftovers, but discovered that day-old soufflé tastes very good! :) "One cook's fallen soufflé is another chef's Decadent Delight. Although there's no way to pump the air back in, a deflated souffle tastes just as delicious. Its denser texture mimics a rich cake or quiche perfectly." (from How to Fix (just about) Everything, by Bill Marken, p. 357). I did need to make some substitutions to accommodate my IBS: Olive oil instead of butter, 1/3 cup brown rice flour instead of 3 tablespoons wheat flour, almond milk instead of dairy milk, Pecorino Romano cheese instead of parmesan, and Gruyere cheese instead of Cheddar. I was afraid I would ruin the recipe with these swaps, but Peter proclaimed the soufflé to be excellent, despite the lack of butter! Posted on the Food Network web site. Link posted January 21, 2017.
Spinach & Pepper Frittata (Variation: Cauliflower & Broccoli Frittata) - Healthy, low-calorie breakfast, with lots of vegetables to start your day right! :)