14 Simple Desserts Made With Four Ingredients Or Less. Marie's Vegetable Pot Pie. This low-fat protein pie uses ingredients you probably already have on hand. The beauty of pot pies is that you can throw any vegetable into the mix. The crust takes all of two minutes to make and should be a no-brainer for those with rolling pin-phobia. Makes 6 individual pies or 1 (8-inch) pie Prep Time 30 minutes Cooking Time 18 minutes, plus 15 minutes for baking For the filling4 large dried mushrooms1 cup boiling water1 tablespoon vegetable oil2 yellow onions, diced2 stalks celery, diced1 carrot, diced1 bay leaf1 teaspoon dried thymesalt and pepper, to taste2 cups fresh mushrooms, sliced (oyster, button, or shiitake)1 potato, peeled and diced1 (450-gram) can chickpeas, drained1/4 cup ground oats, whole wheat pastry flour, or all-purpose flour1 cup soy milk or coconut milk1 cup frozen green peas1/4 cup minced spring onion1/4 cup parsley, minced1 tablespoon cane vinegar 1 Preheat oven to 425°F. 2 Make the filling: Place dried mushrooms and boiling water in a bowl and cover.
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Mommy’s little piggy: my all-time favorite scene: Every Christmas morning for each of my 29 ‘plus’ years, I’ve had this Breakfast Casserole—officially named Ham Souffle but really more of a strata—made the night before and then baked on Christmas morn in all of its gooey, cheesy, ground ham find me under the mistletoe union. And it is special. On Christmas Eve day, my sister and I would help my mom prep: tear the bread, mix the eggs, shred the cheese and start layering over the ham. Ham and Cheese Breakfast Souffle Casserole. 20 Make-Ahead Holiday Breakfasts. You don’t actually have to slave away in the kitchen all morning on Christmas day to enjoy a decadent breakfast or brunch.
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Spiced Yogurt and Honey: Light and creamy Greek yogurt adds unexpected tang, while a drizzle of honey provides just a touch of sweetness. 3. 4. Like this: Like Loading... 5 Dishes You Need to Try This Month. September is my New Year. Sure, each calendar year technically begins in January, but as the child of a teacher, September is when the year starts anew in my book. It seems for many of us, September is also a time to restart or refresh our routine. For folks around here, school has been in session for a few weeks already. For others, it’ll start up soon. With that in mind, I’ve pulled together 5 fast and fabulous dinners from our September issue, which is available on newsstands or on tablets currently. Sweet and Spicy Carrot Soup – That gorgeous color is only the beginning of what you’ll love about this soup. One-Pan Broccoli-Bacon Mac ‘N’ Cheese – The rest of the week will have a lot to live up to once you serve this one-pan mac and cheese.
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