Ok, there is now proof that it is possible to survive without the internet. My internet service has been down for a few days and should come back up sometime this week. In the meantime I've been camping out at the library and at the houses of friend and family to keep up. But it's amazing how many non-internet projects I've been able to get done with all my freed up time.
And unfortunately since I can't use recipezaar for my menu planning I've had to resort to the old fashioned cookbook to plan my meals this week. Which means no links. But it's been fun pulling out some of my favorite cookbooks and perusing the pages again. I have some really great resources to tell you about.
All of my breakfast recipes came from a great book called Lean & Luscious by Bobbie Hinman and Millie Snyder. It's full of healthy, low fat, low cal recipes with nutrition breakdowns. My dinner recipes came from several books; Fix It and Forget It by Phyllis Pellman Good, The Meatless Gourmet by Bobbie Hinman, and The Bread Machine Cookbook II by Donna Rathmell German. You can check my left sidebar for more info on these books and where to buy them at a discount.
Cinnamon Yogurt Muffins
Strawberries N Creme Breakfast Cereal
Broiled Grapefruit Delight and Raisin Scones
Dutch Apple Pancakes
Orange Upside Down French Toast
Herbed Chick Pea Patties, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans
Hungarian Goulash over Noodles, green peas, Rice Bread
Buckwheat Cheese Bake, Steamed Broccoli
Taco Rice, green salad
New Mexico Pinto Beans, spicy corn
Ground Beef Casserole, Portuguese Broa Rolls
And Lindsey, you asked about bread recipes....the Bread Machine Book II is amazing!
So don't forget to check back tomorrow and see how the $60 budget stretched to cover all my ingredients. Oh, and don't forget to check to see who won the Keurig Brewer! I'm so excited.