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A delicious and extra "lucky" new way to serve spinach pie!MORE+LESS-

Make with

Pillsbury Pie Crust

1

package Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Pie Crusts

1/2

cup diced white onion

1

cup chopped fresh spinach

1

cup shredded cheese (I used Monterrey Jack)

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  • 2

    Prepare two 6-cup aluminum muffin tins by squeezing together the outside corner of the four corner tins until they form a teardrop shape. (See photo as an example.)

  • 3

    Roll out one of the pie crusts, and use a knife to cut it into fourths. Press one of the pie crust pieces into one of the teardrop muffin tins, and then trim the edges so that an 1/8-inch of the crust borders the top of the tin. Press the edges down and score with a fork if desired.

  • 4

    Repeat with remaining tins and the remaining pie crust until 8 pie crusts are prepared.

  • 5

    Bake crusts in the oven for 5 minutes. Then remove.

  • 6

    Meanwhile, heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add garlic and onions and cook, stirring occasionally, until onions are soft. Remove from heat and transfer mixture to a large mixing bowl.

  • 7

    Add the fresh spinach, eggs, cheese, salt, and pepper, and stir until combined. Spoon the mixture into the pre-baked pie crusts until they are filled.

  • 8

    Bake in preheated oven until eggs have set and the top is slightly browned, about 20-25 minutes. Remove and let cool for 10 minutes before serving. Serve with the corners placed together, forming a four-leaf clover shape.

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More About This Recipe

  • These mini spinach pies also pack a bit o' luck!

    This St. Patty’s Day, you can wear your green…and eat it too!!!

    And you can clearly see, these wee little spinach pies are not only packed with lots of delicious fresh spinach --they are shaped into charming little four-leaf clovers!

    All you need is an aluminum foil muffin pan to make it happen, and these lucky little pies will be the talk o’ your brunch.

    Here’s the how to make the deliciousness happen!

    First, it’s time to clover-ify two 6-cup aluminum foil baking pans.

    Pinch together one side of the four corner cups to form each into a teardrop shape.

    Then take some Pillsbury pie crust, divide each crust into quarters.

    And then press each quarter down into the teardrop baking cups. Pre-bake each pan for about 5 minutes.

    Meanwhile, prepare your spinach pie filling. Then once the pie crusts are out, fill each crust to the top, but not overflowing. Bake again for 20-25 minutes or until the pies are set.

    Serve with the corners nestled together to form four leaf clovers. And have a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!

    More Lucky Green Dishes

    Time for green everything! Here are more options for your lucky menu:

    Skinny Spinach Dip Recipe
    Stuffed Green Peppers Recipe
    Creme de Menthe Cheesecake Recipe
    Cream of Broccoli Soup Recipe
    Spicy Asian Shrimp Lettuce Cups Recipe

    Ali loves music and fun food! Check out her great stuff at her blog site, Gimme Some Oven, and her Tablespoon profile -- and keep watching Quick Dish to see what colorful, nommy recipes she dreams up next!


Yummy Recipes

I hand pick best recipes around the web and share it with you . Enjoy.

St. Patrick’s Day Peek A Boo Pound Cake with a hidden 4 leaf clover!

The ingredients below are for one 9࡫ loaf. You will need two.

3/4 cup butter
1 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/2 cup sugar
3 eggs
1 1/2 cups flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup whole milk (or 1/4 + 1/8 cup whole milk and 1/8 cup Baileys Irish Cream liqueur)

For green loaf:

1 tsp food coloring
Shamrock cutout pattern

NOTE: You can use a cookie cutter if you have one, but it should be about 2 inches in size. No more than 2 1/2 inches.

Baileys Irish Cream glaze (optional)

1 1/4 cups powdered sugar
3 tbsp Baileys

1.Whisk together the Baileys and powdered sugar.
2.Drizzle over the top of the cake.

Click here for full recipes by Lindsay


Luck of Irish - St Patrick's Day Recipes

Festive Patty's Day Table Setting

Leprechaun Pancake Breakfast

Create a fun leprechaun breakfast with pancakes. Use sliced bananas, blueberry and kiwis to decorate his face. Orange segments fill his beard and a chocolate licorice helps with the buckle on his kiwi hat.

Clover Rolls

  • 2 cups warm milk
  • 2 Tablespoons butter
  • 2 Tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 Tablespoon yeast
  • 1/4 Cup warm water
  • 1 egg
  • 6 cups flour

Add 1/4 cup warm water to a bowl and add 1 Tablespoon sugar and yeast. Let sit 1-2 minutes then add to mixing bowl. Blend in 3 remaining cups of flour. Take out of bowl and knead several minutes. Add 1 tablespoon oil to your bowl and place bread dough inside. Cover with a towel and let rise 1 hour. After 1 hour roll dough into small balls. Add 3 balls into a muffin tin to resemble a three leaf clover. Bake at 350 degrees until golden brown.


Seattle Sephardic recipes

2 packages fresh yeast cakes
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 c. oil
1 t. salt
2 eggs
2 c. warm water (more hot than warm)
7 &ndash 8 c. all-purpose flour

Crumble yeast in large bowl. Add sugar, oil, salt and 1 egg. Mix well with large spoon or with
your hand until yeast is dissolved. Add 2 cups of hot water to the egg mixture and mix well again.
Add 1 cup of flour at a time and mix thoroughly after each cup. Punch and knead dough until easy to
handle. Form into a ball. You may add a little more flour if necessary if dough is still sticky.
Coat the inside of the bowl with Pam spray or oil. Let the covered dough rest in bowl for 1 hour.

Knead again and rest for another hour.

Form into balls the size of a medium lemon, while at the same time, working the dough.

(This recipe makes 3 &ndash 4 dozen rolls, depending on the size of rolls.) You may form balls into any
shape: knots, twist, etc. Place on cookie sheets. Let rest for 20 minutes. Brush the top of rolls
with an egg wash. Sprinkle with sesame, poppy seed or try a little chopped fine onion if desired.
Bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.

Phyllo With Spinach (Pareve)

Wash, cut and dry thoroughly, 2 bunches of fresh spinach. Lay about 10-12 sheets of phyllo in a sprayed or oiled
9&Prime x 13&Prime pan. Brush with oil in between each sheet.

In a bowl, mix spinach with a little flour and salt. Beat 3 &ndash 4 eggs and add to the spinach.
Mix thoroughly.

Pour onto the layered phyllo. Add a layer (10-12 sheets) of phyllo, brushed with oil between sheets, on top
of the spinach. Add extra oil to the last 2 sheets to prevent them from separating.

Before baking, cut into squares (any size you want). Bake at 375 to 400 degrees until golden brown.

This recipe will also be great for a one-pan meal. You may add any of the following ingredients:

barley, potatoes, small pasta, fresh or frozen peas, string beans, cauliflower and broccoli flowerets,
fresh carrots, celery, etc. This is a great meal for the winter months.

3 lbs. beef chuck roast
1 medium onion
3 cloves garlic (minced)
1/4 tsp. pepper
1 Tbls. olive oil
1/2 lb. mushrooms (quartered)
1 tsp. salt
1 1/4 c. beef broth

Heat oil in a Dutch Oven pan over medium heat. Brown chuck roast on both sides. Remove from
pan. In the same pan, add chopped onion, quartered mushrooms and minced garlic. Cook for a
couple of minutes until the onions turn light brown. Return the roast to the pan. Season with
salt and pepper. Add beef broth. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat. Cover and simmer for
1 1/2 hours.

12 individual heads of leeks
2-3 medium potatoes
2-3 large carrots
salt and pepper to taste
4-6 eggs
vegetable oil for frying

Cut ends of leeks lengthwise. Soak and wash leeks in a large bowl changing water several times until sand and dirt are removed. Peel potatoes and carrots. Cut potatoes and carrots in half. Place leeks, potatoes and carrots in a large sauce pan covered with water. Cover with a lid and boil until leeks are tender and potatoes and carrots cooked. Drain in a colander until cool enough to handle. Separate potatoes and carrots
from the leeks. Set aside. Take handful of leeks, squeeze out the liquid as much as possible. Grind leeks, potatoes and carrots in a grinder or Cuisinart.In a large bowl, mix the vegetables with salt, pepper and eggs. Form into patties and fry in hot oil until golden brown on both sides. Drain on paper towels. Serve warm.

8 leeks
1/2 lb. lean ground beef chuck
4 eggs, divided
1 t. salt
1/8 t. pepper
matza meal
vegetable oil for frying

1 c. tomato-mushroom sauce
1/2 c. water

Wash leeks well to remove sand. Cut off and discard roots and tough outer leaves. Cut remaining parts into 1/2
inch slices and place in large bowl of cold water. Change water several times until sand and dirt are removed.
Drain well. Place sliced leeks in saucepan. Cover with cold water and cook until very tender, about 45 minutes.

Drain and cool slightly. Squeeze out as much water as possible. Grind the prasa and mix with meat, 3 eggs, salt and pepper. Mixture should be thick enough to form into patties. If not, add matza meal as needed.

Beat remaining egg. Dip patties first in egg and then in matza meal. Fry in hot oil until golden on both sides. Drain on paper towels. Serve plain or with sauce. To prepare sauce, simmer tomato-mushroom sauce with water. Add leek patties and simmer 10 minutes. Serve hot.

1 c. bulgur
4 c. water
1/4 &ndash 1/2 c. sugar (to one&rsquos taste)
cinnamon
walnuts
1-2 T. honey (opt.)

Bring water to a boil. Add bulgur, lower to a moderate heat for about 30 minutes, stirring frequently.
Add sugar and cook an additional 10 minutes or until bulgur is cooked. Gradually add more water if
needed to finish cooking bulgur. You may add cinnamon and chopped walnuts to mixture (optional).

ARemove from heat and pour bulgur into a 9&Prime &ndash 10&Prime pie plate or an 8&Prime square. Sprinkle on top with
cinnamon and chopped walnuts or decorate with walnut halves.

Cut in squares or diamond shapes and serve cold or room temperature.

1 c. canned pumpkin
1 &ndash 8 oz. pkg. cream cheese
1 c. sugar
1 T. vanilla
1 c. heavy cream &ndash whipped

In an electric mixer, cream the cream cheese until smooth. Add sugar, pumpkin and vanilla.
Mix thoroughly. Fold in whipped cream. Pour filling into graham cracker crust and refrigerate 3-4 hours before serving.

1 (14.75 or 15 oz.) can salmon
2 slices of hard, stale bread
1 medium onion, finely chopped
1/2 c. parsley, finely chopped
salt and pepper to taste
2 eggs
Cooking oil for frying

Drain salmon, reserve liquid. Remove and discard bones. Mix reserved liquid with stale bread until well absorbed. Flake salmon and mix with bread, chopped onion, and parsley. Add salt and pepper to taste. Beat eggs and add to salmon mixture. Shape mixture into patties. Heat oil in frying pan. Brown patties on each side until golden brown.

You also can form salmon into 1 1/2&Prime balls and deep fry in oil. These make nice appetizers dipped into a barbeque tomato sauce.

Salmon Patties &ndash Recipe II

1 15 oz. can salmon (drain and reserve liquid)
2 medium onions, chopped and sautéed until translucent golden brown
2 &ndash 3 tablespoons chopped parsley (or to your taste)
2 slices bread (soaked in the reserved canned salmon liquid)
1 egg
oil for frying

Mix all the above ingredients together and form into patties. Heat oil in a frying pan. Add salmon patties and fry each side until golden brown. The salmon filling without frying can also be made into borekas.

The Cookie of the month is the Sesame Cookie that many enjoyed at our 90th Anniversary
Saturday Kiddush. A few people asked for the recipe and I&rsquom happy to, once again, put
it in LaBoz and on the web site. (I only used the first four ingredients.) Enjoy!

1 c. margarine or butter
3/4 c. sugar
1 1/2 c. flour
1/2 c. sesame seed
1/4 c. chopped nuts (optional)
1 c. shredded coconut (optional)

Mix first four ingredients. Refrigerate over night or refrigerate for three to four hours. Form into balls the size of a large walnut. Place on un greased cookie sheet and flatten balls with the bottom of a smooth glass or anything with a smooth bottom. Dip glass, if necessary, with flour.

Bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes or until golden brown.

1 jar (32 oz.) Barilla sauce or Marinara sauce (I used Barilla sauce)
1 package no-cook lasagna noodles
2 10 oz. packages frozen spinach, thawed
1 pound Ricotta cheese
1/4 cup grated Mozzarella cheese
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 egg

Combine Ricotta, Mozzarella and Parmesan cheese with spinach (squeeze a little
of the water from the frozen spinach). Add 1 egg to this mixture.

Layer in a 9 x 13 baking pan as follows:

Cover bottom of pan with Barilla sauce. Cover sauce with 3 noodles (not overlapping
&ndash break noodles to fit). Add sauce, layer half of spinach mixture, layer 3 noodles,
add sauce (leave some sauce for the top layer) layer the rest of spinach mixture.
Top with remaining 3 noodles and cover well with remaining sauce.

To make ahead of time, cover with foil and refrigerate 6-8 hours or overnight.

To Bake: Place pan (covered with foil) on a baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-45
minutes. Turn off oven. Remove foil. Add Parmesan and shredded Mozzarella cheese on top
of the Lasagna. Return to the hot oven for five minutes or until the cheese lightly browns
and melts.

2 bunches fresh spinach &ndash washed and cut
3 wet matzos
6-8 eggs
salt & pepper to taste

Mix crumbled squeezed wet matzos with washed cut-up spinach. Add salt, pepper and eggs.
Place in a 13&rdquo x 9&rdquo greased pan. Bake @ 400 degrees for 25-30 minutes.

10 graham crackers (2 ½ by 5 inches)
1 cup sugar, divided
5 Tbls. unsalted butter, melted
½ cup unsweetened cranberry juice
2 quarts strawberries, washed, hulled and thinly sliced (save a few whole berries
for garnish)
¼ cup cornstarch
¼ tsp. salt
½ cup heavy cream

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a food processor, blend graham crackers with 2 tablespoons sugar,
until finely ground. Add butter and pulse until crumbs are moistened. Press mixture into the bottom
and up the sides of a 9 inch pie plate. Bake until crust is lightly browned, about 12-14 minutes.

Remove from oven and cool completely. While crust is cooling, in a saucepan, combine 3/4 cup sugar, cranberry juice, 2 cups strawberries, cornstarch and salt. With a potato masher, gently mash strawberries. Bring to a boil. Reduce to simmer and cook stirring frequently, until very thick, about 1 minute. Remove from heat and cool slightly. Stir in remaining strawberries, except those being reserved for garnish. Pour in cooled pie
crust.

Refrigerate until set, at least 4 hours, or up to 1 day. In a large bowl, beat cream until soft peaks form. Sprinkle 2 tablespoons sugar over cream and continue to beat until soft peaks (do not overbeat). Spread whipped cream over pie, leaving a 1 1/2 inch border around edge. Garnish edge with whole berries.

3 1/4 &ndash 3 1/2 C. flour
2 pkgs. active dry yeast
1/2 t. cinnamon
1 C. water
1/3 C. water
1/3 C. granulated sugar
2 T. cooking oil
1/2 t. salt
1 egg
1/2 t. vanilla
1/4 C. fruit preserves (such as raspberry, blueberry, blackberry or chocolate spread)
cooking oil for deep frying
sifted powdered sugar

In a large bowl, mix together 1 1/4 C. flour, yeast and cinnamon. Set aside.

In a medium saucepan heat and stir water, sugar, cooking oil and salt until warm. Add this to flour mixture. Add egg and vanilla. Beat with electric mixer on low to medium speed for 30 seconds. Beat on high speed for 3 minutes. With a wooden spoon stir in as much of the remaining flour as needed. On a floured board, knead dough until smooth and elastic (3-5 minutes). Shape dough into a ball. Place in a lightly greased bowl. Cover and let rise in a warm place until double in size. About 1 hour.

Punch dough down on a lightly floured board. Cover and let rise in a warm place until double in size. About 1 hour.

Punch dough down again. Divide it in half. Cover and let rest for 10 minutes. Roll one portion of dough to 1/4 inch
thickness. Cut dough with a floured 2 1/2 inch biscuit cutter, dipping cutter into flour between cuts.

Place about 1/2 t. preserves or chocolate spread onto the centers of half of the circles. Lightly moisten edges of
circles top with remaining circles. Press and seal edges together.

Fry filled doughnuts 2 or 3 at a time in deep hot oil (365 degrees) about 1 minute on each side or until golden. With
a slotted spoon, remove from oil. Drain on paper towels.

Cool and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Tomato and Cheese Frittata


15 oz. can tomato sauce
14.5 oz. can whole tomatoes (chopped)
8 oz. small curd cottage cheese
3/4 c. crumbled feta cheese
1/2 c. parmesan cheese
6 slices stale bread or matzas
4 eggs
salt and pepper to taste

In a bowl, mix tomato sauce, whole tomatoes and bread until thoroughly soaked. Add eggs, cheeses and seasonings.


Mix well. If mixture is too liquidy, add more slices of cubed bread.

Pam spray an 8 x 8 inch baking pan. Pour mixture into pan. Sprinkle on top with grated parmesan cheese.

Bake in a 350 degree oven for 45 minutes until golden brown.

3 eggs
1 1/2 c. milk
1 1/2 c. shredded cheese (Mozzarella and Parmesan, to your taste)
1 &ndash 1 1/2 c. chopped vegetables your choice of peppers, onions, mushrooms, grated carrots, broccoli, caulifower, peas, etc.)
salt to taste
2 Tbl. oil

Saute all the vegetables with oil (I used peppers, onions, mushrooms and carrots). Combine
eggs and milk. Add cheese, vegetables and salt.

Pour into a partially baked 9° pastry shell. Bake at 325 degrees for 50 minutes, or until done.
To prebake pastry shell, bake at 450 degrees for 5-6 minutes.

8-9 c. water
2 T. chicken style consomme or bouillon
2 c. cut-up cooked chicken
2 carrots, peeled and diced
3 celery stalks, sliced
1 medium size leek, washed thoroughly and finely chopped
1/3 c. chopped parsley
2 medium yukon gold potatoes
1/2 c. each frozen or canned peas, corn and green beans
salt and pepper to taste

You may also add fresh or frozen broccoli or cauliflower flowerets.

Bring water to a boil. Add all ingredients except the peas, green beans, cauliflower and broccoli.

Cook for 1 hour. Add the remaining vegetables. Cook for 15-20 minutes until vegetables are tender.
Season with salt and pepper. You may have to add more water if necessary.


With St. Patricks’ this week you’re probably ready for a break from the Irish dishes, so here are this week’s recipe ideas.

Next week Tuesday is St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the USA, for the past week and into next week there have been and will be lots of celebrating and drinking (you can see some yummy recipe ideas here and here). Today I’ve got some fun projects (and Leprechaun games) for you to try if you haven’t been having too much fun with your friends.

How will you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?


Mechanics

Growing Crops

After planting a seed, you can check its progress with a magnifying glass. The second line will list the percentage growth of the crop. Hidden behind that growth % is the number of days the crop has grown. For example, an apple tree with '[Grw.] 63% means' it is 39.0 days into its 62 day growth time. Every morning at 6AM, the hidden days counter is increased by a specified amount. When that value reaches the required growth time of the crop, the crop will become harvestable.

The amount increased is a combination of 2 factors: the '[Grw.] #.#x' (where #.# is a decimal number between 0.1 and 5.0) value of the 2x2 plot of soil the crop is on and whether the season is good, bad or neutral for the crop. The soil growth value can be seen with a magnifying lens. It will be the second listed [Grw.] statistic, the one with an x instead of a % at the end. This value can be increased by Formulas. Formula A will increase the soil's growth value by 0.5. Formula B by 1.0 and Formula C by 2.0. The level of the formula has no effect on the value increased. If the crop is favored for the season, this value is then multiplied by 1.5. If the crop is disfavored for the season, the value is multiplied by 2/3. This final result will be the value added to the hidden days value at 6 AM every morning. Note if the crop wasn't watered, no increase will happen.

For example, if the apple tree with 39.0 days grown is on a plot of soil with a growth value of 3.3 and the season is fall. The hidden days value will be increased to 42.3 the next day. This will show up as 68% growth in game. If the season is winter, the value will be increased by 2.2 (3.3 * 2/3) and the tree will display 65% the next day.

Thus, the fastest way to grow a crop is to cap the soil's growth value at 5.0 and grow it during its favored season. The crop will gain 7.5 days towards their growth time every morning.

Runey weather will further multiply the increment value by 4, so that the above would gain 30.0 days at 6AM.

Crop Level

New crops begin at level 1 and can be raised to level 10. Higher level crops sell at higher prices, make higher level food and medicine, and have stronger effects when fed to monsters. After completing the Request "Ship a level 2 Turnip!", stores will stock the highest level crop/seed that you have shipped. You can ship either the crop or the seed and the appropriate store will then carry both the crop and the seeds of that level.

Store crop and seed levels only rise if you ship crops that you yourself have raised.

Raising Crop Levels

To raise crop levels you'll want to obtain and plant higher level seeds. To do this, use a sickle on a fully grown (100% [Grw.]) crop. You should get a seed that is 1 level higher than the crop was. You can plant this seed or ship it if you ship it before 8:00 AM, then you will be able to buy another of the same level on the same day.

Note that low-level crops often leave behind higher level seeds when harvested. If you plant half a a field of level 1 turnips, you will likely get many level 2 turnip seeds after harvesting them. Additionally, as your soil quality improves (a natural process that occurs as you harvest crops), your regularly watered crops will sometimes grow to be be a higher level than the seed you planted. This will allow you to skip several levels at once, especially for long-growing crops. Soil quality can be improved by using Greenifier and Greenifier+ on it.

Giant Crops

The basic steps of growing giant produce are simple. First, plant 4 of the same crop onto a marked 2x2 plot of land. Then, sprinkle Giantizer on these crops. Water the crops every day until they are fully grown, and then after an extra day or two they will merge into a single gigantic crop.

Note: In Rune Factory 4, Giantizer affects the soil, not the crop. Specifically, it affects the stat [Sz.]+, which can be examined using the Magnifying Glass. Another stat, [Sz.], raises naturally as you grow certain crops. It is best to grow giant crops on land that has high [Sz.] and [Sz.]+ stats.

Crops planted out-of-season are harder to giantize than crops planted in-season. Plants have an easier time giantizing on high quality soil you can give soil a quality boost (up to +2.00%) with Greenifier. Maximum soil quality raises permanently as you harvest crops. It may also help to restore the HP of your soil and/or plant with Withered Grass, Corn, or Clover.


Vegan Shamrock Pancakes

March is here, St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner, and I am loving the color green lately (since I miss that green grass, and I hope it appears soon) so I thought I would make something green and St. Patrick's Day themed. I have never actually made shaped pancakes before, and I am no pancake artist, but I attempted it. I decided to make some shamrock pancakes.

I was going to make them with matcha, because I love green tea, but I ended up using spinach instead. In fact, these contained 2 veggies. Spinach, and zucchini. The zucchini, because I love to add pureed fruits and veggies to my pancakes to give them extra nutrition and replace some of the oil to lighten them up. Don't worry, you can not taste either in the finished product.

I laced them with a little vanilla and almond extract, and they smelled amazing. My shamrocks turned out pretty cute for someone who doesn't make pancake art. I decided to enhance them with a little dark chocolate, because why not? It is tasty, and I love chocolate chips in pancakes. so painting on the pancakes with chocolate is kind of similar. I also added pistachios as a garnish, because we are going for all things green here and I like crunchy nuts in things. If you want to douse these with maple syrup by all means go right ahead! I just thought they were plenty sweet. If you are not into putzy pancakes, you are welcome to make these round. They will still be a pretty color and tasty, which is what matters. Anyone else looking forward to Spring as much as I am?

Vegan Shamrock Pancakes
Serves 2-3

Pancakes:
1 3/4 cups gluten free all purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup pureed zucchini
1 1/4 cups thin coconut milk
2 tsp pure vanilla extract
1/2 tsp almond extract (optional)
1/4 tsp sea salt
3 Tbsp maple syrup (or to taste)
1 cup organic spinach leaves (packed)
1 Tbsp coconut oil

coconut oil for cooking pancakes

about 1/2 cup vegan dark chocolate chunks
chopped pistachios

In a food processor, combine all pancake ingredients and process until just blended, pour into a bowl and set aside (if it seems too thin (zucchini moisture varies), add a little more flour).
To cook pancakes, preheat oven to 110 degrees. Heat a large non-stick pan over medium heat and add a little coconut oil to coat the bottom. Once hot, drop 4 scant Tbsp in the shape of a 4 leaf clover into the pan, then a little tiny bit in a line for the stem (alternatively if you dont want to do clovers, but instead traditional pancakes, add the batter in 1/4 cup amounts) and let cook for about 2-3 minutes on the first side until set and starting to brown, then flip with a spatula, and cook another 2-3 minutes. When cooked, place on a plate and keep warm in the oven while you repeat the process with the remaining pancakes (or you may serve them as you cook them, keep in mind, the chocolate may get runny the longer you keep them in there).
Melt the chocolate in the top of a double boiler, and drizzle over the tops of the pancakes or place it in a pastry bag (or I like to put mine in a ziplock bag with the corner cut off and squeeze it out) and pipe a design. Scatter a few pistachios over the top of the pancakes, and serve!


NYC's Most Elegant Spring Recipes To Try at Home

Planning a dinner party? I tapped some of the city's most notable chefs to get their recipes for spring! Seasonal cooking at it's finest.


Place for all Rune Factory 4 tips.

At the beginning of the game, it'll ask you if you're flying high or are scared. Flying high means you are a male, scared means you are a female. I don't get why they couldn't have had a simple menu but alright.

Get Kiel & Clorica to lv3 friendship asap (takes less than a week), then every morning take turn to invite each of them out of town. they'll throw you food if you haven't eaten any for the day. you must run in zigzag to dodge the food so you can pick it up. Clorica just threw me a Royal Curry worth 500,000 and Kiel threw a Union Stew worth 15,000 (you can reset to get different ones if you really want to). this does not depend on which dungeon has been unlocked or your progress in the story. To make this easier make sure your riding a monster, this works much better.

Your birthday is determined by what you have your birthday saved as in settings. If your birthday is the 7th of June, your birthday will be 7th summer.

Get people's friendship up. It helps for a request.

There's some tips on the side of your farm. Read them carefully.

Cure is the best thing to use in the early game due to it healing companions too.If you’re trying to grow giant crops, don’t harvest them until the four fuse into one. I’ve made this mistake before and you won’t get the giant crop if one of the four is missing.

The invisiblade is a good early weapon, use Invisible ore for it.

One thing to add, there are skills for EVERYTHING. And that includes sleeping, which increases your maximum HP/RP, strength, intelligence and vitality.

To increase sleeping skill -> sleep before 1AM

Just regaining RP/HP -> sleep before 6AMThese are more for farming.

Searching: raise max RP and INT, and may yield better items. Increases when you find items and open chests.

Walking: raises max HP/RP and vitality.

Eating: Slowly increases overall HP/RP, strength, intelligence and vitality.

An easy way to tell if you've talked to someone is by looking at the speech bubble over their head when you get close to them. If it's orange, you haven't talked to them that day, if you have, the bubble will be white.

Also, if you don’t care about sleeping skill, you can totally stay up to 5:59 and sleep then wake up at 6am still.

Object X. Abuse the hell out of it. You can make it by failing a recipe on the Chemistry Table, so using any ingredient that's not part of any recipe, like Scrap Metals, Material Stones, Lumber, Weed, anything, instantly gets you one. In order of importance for a new player:- drink as much Object X as you can before going to bed (before 1AM, for Sleeping EXP, preferably). This will grind EXP for all your status ailment resistances.- throw it at enemies. Consider that Object X is pretty much this game's version of Final Fantasy's Bad Breath, in a bottle. As in, a vial of poison that inflicts almost every ailmentin the game on a single strike. It's also the most reliable way to inflict both Stun (makes melee enemies slow and sluggish) and Seal (makes ranged enemies completely unable to attack you). Wanna try to sequence break into a few places on a low level, like Yokmir Cavern, Leon Karnak, Sechs Territory, or heck, even Sharance Maze before you even got to your first boss? Bring as much Object X as you can and work on your aim.

- got a Mealy Apple? Slot it AFTER an Object X when upgrading your equipment. Pick your jaw from the floor right after. Reason being, Object X, as an upgrading material, gives a slew of negative bonuses. However, Mealy Apples inverts the bonuses of the previous material used. Do the math.

You can talk to the villagers more than once during event days. Once before you start the event (or before 11 am) and after you finish it.

But special case of Fishing events. You are able to talk to them during the event (you need to participate I guess), which makes it extra opportunity to talk to them.

Basically 1 chance between 6:00 - 11:00, (during fishing events) 1 chance between 11:00 - 18:00, and 1 chance post event 18:00 onwards

Walk along the edges of the screen, sometimes you'll discover hidden areas

One good thing of having villagers/pets with you is they can detect hidden items (you'll see a bubble with treasure chest above their head)

Hidden items respawn, so you can exit screen and come back to get it again as many times as you want for the day. You can grind your Search Skill by doing this.

Partying up with the NPC and going into to their respective shop/inn will allow you to access their shop menu from Talk.

When chopping or mining stacks of stone/branches, it can be frustrating as Lest/Frey hits air too often thus making you have to reposition yourself. This can be mitigated by directly facing south when chopping and mining.

(Portable switch Version) To further decrease the time of purchasing stacks of items, both simultaneously press the A button and the Switch's screen of the item you want and hold both down. The screen should stop shaking and the item's purchasing number will blur upon a successful attempt.

Keep an eye on your soil’s health by using a Magnifying Glass. If your soil health is below 100, I’d hoe some Withered Grass, Corn, or 4-Leaf Clover on it. Max soil health is 255.

If you upgrade a weapon with Scrap Metal+ (obtained rarely by failing a forge), you can make a weapon do 1 damage every hit. The only purpose for this is you can hit Mineral Squeeks (in Leon Karnak) more than once without killing it and get a higher chance of finding 10-Fold Steel.

Should you be lucky enough to find a Legendary Scale while fishing or in a chest, save it until you get 10-Fold Steel and get a weapon that deals a lot of damage. Then upgrade the weapon with the scale and then the steel. That weapon will drain half of the damage you deal (if you do 4K damage, you’ll drain 2K HP). You won’t have to fear dying in a battle ever again.

Raven sells crafting material you’ve shipped so try to only sell crafting items that are difficult to obtain. Love Crystals, Turnip’s Miracle, Rune Prana drops, etc. But if the item doesn’t say “Unshipped” in the description and you haven’t shipped it, you don’t have to ship it because it won’t add to your shipping rate and it won’t be sold anywhere if you do ship it.

Best time to sell things in your castle shop is right before an event and right after. You’ll catch all the bachelorettes and bachelors in one day. So have lots of expensive product to sell!

If you find Water Shoes before you can craft them, you’ll be able to access hidden areas that have good recipes and items. Not to mention you’ll be able to walk where the fish are in the water which will help you win the fishing contests.

Just casting your fishing line into water will give you fishing exp (Hopefully it’s still the same in RF4 Special). You don’t even need to catch anything. It’s a good way to level before a contest. A higher fishing level means fishing will be easier and you’ll catch better fish.

If you want to handicap your opponents and you have Holy Spore and Double Steel, upgrade those onto a weapon and you’ll have 99% chance of inflicting poison, paralysis, and seal. Not to mention you’ll raise your Resist Par/Poison/Seal levels making you more resistant to the three.

Also you can upgrade a magnifying glass into any farm tool to see the stats while it's equipped. Iɽ recommend upgrading your hoe with it.

Another way to handicap enemies is feeding them failed dishes or Object X, the latter doing more damage and status effects. You can easily turn unwanted items into Object X at the chemistry set.

Nationalize Baths as soon as you can

If your Max RP is less than an item you're crafting/upgrading, fried fish dishes can increase max RP by a constant number and percentage. For more max RP, make Relax Tea and add a fried fish dish to it. IIRC I got about 400 + 30% max RP.

Consuming Object X while wearing a Talisman slowly increases your status effect resistance while not affecting you.

Upgrade. Staffs. With. Boss. Drops. Regardless of whether the staff is your main weapon or not, seriously experiment with this. Common boss drops give you the boss's basic moves, but the rare ones give you the much stronger moves.

If you're in a dungeon and you come across a treasure room, open all the chests before attacking the mimics. I've seen people accidentally destroy treasure chests and it's so painful, especially the blue ones! Alternatively, if you have townspeople with you, tell them to wait before proceeding to the next room. Even if the chest just had a bottle of ketchup and a rock, that's better than never getting to open it!

Wet shoes are pretty good if you can handle tripping a lot. 75% crit, especially when using dual blades is worth the tripping.

You can speedrun running the shop by taming any monster with a suck move. Simply take him with you and literally suck in the slow moving customers. You can even get a sale from someone who wasn't even headed to the shop!

If you absolutely love items like I do, upgrade your weapons with rare can and 4 leaf clover.

If you need to grind boss items, hit escape right after the boss death animation is finished. The boss will appear again, the item will still be there if it dropped, and yiu can do this infinite times. There is an exception with the Siren. If she drops something into the water, when you leave the screen, it will despawn. You need to fish it out with a fishing pole.

Save money by going to Revival Cave every day. If you die while an Ayngondaia Lawn is in your bag, you'll be revived with about 10% of HP.

Upgrading an item with the Object X actually reverses the effects of the subsequent materials you add! Usually a bad thing, but you could use this early on to turn the negative resists of something like Oil into a positive, or:

Speaking of grinding boss items, highly recommended to go find the monster called Typhoon during, well, Typhoons. He can be found on the bridge near the Spring dungeon area entrance. Normally only fought once per Typhoon so use the Escape trick.

The Typhoon boss can drop Mealy Apples. These give a lot of bad debuffs to various elemental resistances. but using the Object X trick above, you can turn it into a powerful upgrade material for armor and accessories!

WARNING: Double Steel,10-fold steel and Object X do not stack with each other. Also, you can only use the effects of Double Steel and 10-fold steel once each on an item.

also worth it to give Kiel (and Forte) frequent gifts. he can give back rare monster drops. this might depend on which dungeon has been unlocked.

always invite someone to take bath with you (male/female doesn't matter), they'll give you a free item.

take people on dates at the forge so they make you free accessories, like a Talisman, Star Pendant, etc.

You can only have one child, you can choose if they are a boy or a girl or leave it up to chance. Venti needs to be around to choose a boy or girl. She goes out on holiday at some point in the story.

The credits play at the end of every story arc so when the credits roll, it isn't the end.

You can date multiple people at the same time. The more relationships you are in, the harder/less likely you will successfully enter into another relationship. You can get rebuffed even with 10 Relationship points. Relationship points gains will also slow down drastically as you have more relationships.

There are no farm animals, instead you tame monsters who then give you stuff like eggs or milk.

The crafting is complex. Full stop.

Speaking of companions, ask forte to go with you whenever you go on an adventure. It will help. The Knight will accompany you on adventures immediately, everybody else does at 3FP, everybody also will stay in your party forever barring town events popping up with their involvement in once they hit like 8FP

When a sign recommends being level 40 for example (it doesn't, this is an example) you will be severely underpowered. It is assuming you have the best possible gear for that level.

Killing bosses gets you prince(ss) points which are very useful, refight bosses every day to sell their drops. Also Kiel loves boss drops.

Listen to Eliza's requests. They help a lot. Yea, you can unlock new game+ when you finish them all. A new game file can inherit all your old file's items, skills, levels and (I think) relationship points. This allows you to play as the other gender and collect the other bachelor(ettes)'s confession scene.

Bring food with you whenever out for rune points and health point regeneration.

If you're going to be killed by a boss or monster, fast travel away. Don't die for reasons I'll explain in the next point.

If you die, you will lose money and quite a lot. Unless you're woken up by Nancy of course.

This game can be hard. If you're a series veteran or want a challenge, play on hard. If you want a difficult but balanced experience, play normal. If you're playing for the farming and are coming from story of seasons or harvest moon, play easy. The combat won't be too hard.

Don't be pressured to marry quickly. New characters are unlocked later in the game which you may like.

Certain characters can't be married until the end of arc 2. You pretty much need to complete arc 1 just so you have all the villagers unlocked, which will open up events that require their presence.

The telecommunicator is not worth it. At all. Essentially, it allows you to use the airship to fast travel from anywhere, except it's a furniture item. Leave it in your room if you want it to be useful, other wise it's a hassle. If i recall correctly, this is a custom fast travel point. I've put one in every dungeon planting field to quickly fast travel there.

You can cancel requests through the notebook.

There is something called a dungeon seed you need to get. You can't buy it from shops. Here's my tip. Minor spoilers. Sercezero Hill, mushrooms, 1-5 days of the month.Dungeon seed.

When skipping time, water your crops.

If you dislike the farming, you can eventually automate it through the animals. You still have to look after them though.

Don't spend prince(ss) points on useless things. If you don't use the fridge, don't upgrade it.

Don't be put off by the anime style. It grows on you and I must admit, it is pretty good. I didn't really like it at first but as I said, grows on you.

You don't have to farm, marry, fish or even socialise. You can play it as an action rpg, a fishing game, a dating sim or a farming game!

You can choose whether to use your fists, a long sword, a short sword, dual blades, magic etc etc. Some attacks will use rune points.

You don't need a solid understanding of the lore. The game explains everything you need to know.

The Sechs Empire (hah, you know what that means) is pronounced se-ch-s. Ch as in chocolate.(It probably isn't but no childish humour here.)

There isn't much customization but you can get different outfits.

If you can't get someone to follow you, check if you have a town event going on at the diary.

If you forget what you're doing, check at the diary.

From my knowledge, there is no online multiplayer.. The game is kind of suggestive, some questionable content.

Buy clippers to clip woollies for extra wool. You can get clippers from a quest or as a drop from wild woollies. You can also clip wild woollies for wool, they don't need to be in your barn. Woollies become more aggressive and start attacking after being clipped.Wool can appear in Raven's inventory (after you've shipped it once) and it's pretty cheap.

On that note, always upgrade your equipment to level 10 before selling to get a little more money and raise your forge/craft skills.

If you're lucky, Arthur's shop can sell branches or rocks that you can buy in stacks and you'll never run out of woods/material stones again.

When you first start the game, you can also destroy signs/save points (they respawn) and kill ants for woods. So practice your weapon on them.

Volkanon likes woods and material stonesYou can also buy scrap metals in bulk if you have spare money, then use them to grind forging/crafting.

Sword/Shield flower. Field dungeon. Final boss.

Get the knives set for cooking tools first, because sashimi can be easily made by just using fish you caught and is decent for early game healing. Also good for the horse dude who shows up later. Later on, toast, which only needs flour and the oven is a great healing item for like 60% of the game.

imo the order to get your tools is cooking -> forges/crafting -> chemistry set

try to make your own weapons and armor asap. Pretty much anything you can buy or find is worse than what you can make. Don't ignoring crafting and forging because it will bite you back eventually

when you want to trigger the third plot arc, marriage or premarriage events look up how to force them.

hold a to repeatedly pick up all items of the same thing

no you cant romance Volkanon or the elf detective unfortunately. All marriage candidates have animated cutscene to introduce them.

you can place tools anywhere in the world you want.

you won't get recipes for weapon types you never use.

two screens left, two screens north of the obesdian mansion spawns a random fruit seed once a day in front of the big tree, its invisible.

Doug not going past 3FP for a long time is normal.

Towns people are only shit allies at first because their equipment is bad, suit them up with goood equipment. Also just pick 2-3 people you want to be in your party because using everybody takes too much time.

Here is a well written blog describing all the bloody stats for dirt!

The rosary accessory will empty out Sharance maze to have only two room floors and send you to the boss room pretty much immediately. You will lose out on regular dungeon loot though. You can switch out the rosary to fight the boss with your regular accessories.When crafting accessories, they can add other accessories into the recipe to have the final crafted accessory to inherit all special effects of the accessories you added. Very useful to stack useful effects onto a single equipment slot.

You can add magnifying glass to defensive equipment ,Which means you can add it to a random item and it will work with any tool equipped that way

Margaret learns an AOE healing spell, but only if certain conditions are met. (Being a Male Protagonist, and Having her as ⟚ting') from here, there will be a random dialogue queue about learning a spell from her sister. You do not need to have her marriage event done to unlock this. If you marry another girl before Margaret learns this, it will be locked out as she will no longer be someone you can date.

Word of warning. Don't do multiple requests without opening chest rewards. Guess they only have one spawn point so I did one thinking theyɽ overlap or push each other out of the way but nope, totally erased the existence of the previous reward.

Giant Twinkle trees are more likely to drop Glitta Augite than the normal tree. I got like 3/4 Glitta Augite from a 255HP tree, while the 255HP Giant Tree produces 12/20 ones, so there is definitely a difference.

Giant fruit trees always produce max fruit per day. That is 4-7 fruit guaranteed per day ( I have only tested on a 3 Num soil, and they produce 7 Apples/grapes/oranges every day). It still might be more profitable to plant 4 small ones, because each can give between 0-5 fruit each day, so with average luck you could get 8-12 fruits, but the guaranteed fruit can be nice.

start with planting 2 seeds of each type, 1 for harvest/shipping, 1 for using the scythe on to upgrade level

upgrade your scythe when possible because the rusty one gives max lv3 seeds, the next one up to lv6, etc. ship a seed once it reaches level 3, 6, etc. so later the shop will sell them at that level and your process won't be lost/you won't have to start all over from lv1 if there's a storm. seeds you pick up in the dungeon will become that level also. i only start planting a lot once the seeds have been upgraded to at least lv3-5.

starting from lv6 you may also need to use a greenifier to continue upgrading seed level

plant as many apple/grape/orange/twinkle trees as possible (at least 1 square apart between the rows/columns or however you plan it, for easy picking). apparently the more fruits you pick up (especially apple) the higher level and stronger the field becomes through the game and can withstand typhoon/give better seed level/idk. twinkle trees give woods and items which if upgraded into your weapon will increase its range. this means that every day i have to visit the tree that gives random tree seeds.

make wettable powder at the pharmacy to sprinkle on crops to prevent typhoon damage if a villager starts to talk about dark sky/strong wind or give hints that there's going to be one, you need to plant and stock up cherry grass and the blue bell looking flowers (forgot name) to make wettable powder when needed.

till withered grass in soil if you reuse/harvest on the soil too much or used too many formula A/B/C (make a lot of them at the pharmacy and make use of them to speed up crop growth)

upgrade the scythe/hoe in the forge with a magnifying glass to conveniently check the level/strength of the land plot and crop

get fodder in the hidden right screen in the cave, no need to plant it. bring the fodder bin and put it at the save point in the cave so when you teleport back you can put the fodder in it immediately

as for how many fields/barns to expand, just make it simple - if you run out of space then get a new one. no deadline/goal needed. sometimes upgrade an existing barn is cheaper then building a new one, check how much it costs. you may want to have the left/middle/right of a field to work on your own (not let a monster work on it) because it's reserved for upgrading seeds/making giant crop/harvesting a crop for the first time (monster's harvest don't count for quests) or whatever. you may also get a new entire field you don't plant on but let your monsters work there to gather woods/stones/herbs.

lamp grass is the recipe for giantizer, so if you want to make a lot of giant crops (to tame bosses, etc.), start planting and stocking up lamp grass when you can afford to

corn is needed for recipes for Formula C (with fireflower) & Greenifier+, corn on the cob (1 item, oven recipe) sells for decent $, tilling a grown corn can also restore soil health (but imo expensive)

spinach is the fastest growing crop (2 days) if you want to spam it or get 1 crop to lv10 the quickest. you can also give 1 to vishnal every day as a gift.

moondrop flower is needed in the recipe for Greenifier, but i usually already have some by the time i need them. the doctor and the nurse also like moondrop as a gift. xiaopai/amber/doll girl(?)/forte(?) also like flowers, but there are other things you can give them. on a side note if you give gifts to the doctor/nurse/doll girl and arthur often (1 fave + 1 like + 1 neutral everyday if you feel like), they sometimes give you back formula B/C/Giantizer/Greenifier as gifts.

3 chickens, 3 cows, 1 monster of each element, bosses.

Only really hold onto a level 2 turnip to finish the request for shipping a level 2 turnip unlocks seeds being able to be sold to the shop to be a higher level remember

Also save toyherb and moondrop as well

Also grow 6 radishes - 5 to be harvested for a request and the other to be culled for its higher level seed.

Have a couple plots on your farm where you plant one of each crop and flower. Use Greenifer+ (or two) and when the crops and flowers are ready, use your sickle and get high level seeds. Keep planting them and cutting them until they’re level 9 or 10 seeds. Then put them in the shipping box so you can buy the high-level seeds at their respected shop.

All monsters water crops in RF4, the catch is they need to like you first, you need 3 monsters to cover an entire field, and they'll get tired after a while so you'll need to give them something that will recover their health, be it food, potion, or taking them into your party and casting a cure spell.

The game doesn't actually tell you it's because their hp is low, the game suggests you should brush them and give them gifts and time off, if I recall correctly but yeah just heal them and they'll get back to work

it is possible to get Lv 10 seeds with a Rusty sickle. You just need to use as much greenifier(+) as you can to get your soil to +2.00 quality. Save before cutting the crop. If the level didn't raise from the lvl of the seed you planted +2, reload and just water it and let it stay on the ground. Repeat until the seed you get is (lvl of the seed you planted +2) to the max of lvl 10, of course. This happens because crops keep increasing in level up as long as they are in the +2 quality soil, even when fully grown, as long as they are watered every day.

Some people like shearing wild woolies and sell the wool. I don't think it makes a ton, but it's something.

If you have the medicine table, you can turn the colorful grasses to powders for money

I also like going to the room before the boss in Yokmir Forest and level grinding off the beetles. Level grinding isn't super useful later on, but it is nice for early game and beetles sometimes drop horns which I can then sell.

If I want some quick cash early on, I go farm the buffamoos far southeast of the water temple, right below a fishing spot. They drop milk S+M fairly often for me and at 260+380 a piece you can net some quick cash

Some are these from the 3ds version. If anyone wants to add I will add them or take ones out that don't work.


Ingredients

  • 4 thin slices green bell pepper , sliced into 1/4-inch thin slices crosswise
  • 4 large eggs
  • 4 large egg whites
  • kosher salt and pepper , to taste
  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1/4 cup minced shallots
  • 1 (7 oz) medium peeled Yukon Gold Potatoes, diced into 1/2-inch pieces
  • 1/4 tsp garlic powder
  • 1/4 tsp paprika

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If you don’t have a skillet to use in the oven can you cook it completely on the stove? Can’t wait to try it!

Could someone please tell me an approximate measurement of potatoes in cups? I don’t have a scale. I read lots of comments in hopes of finding the answer but could not. Thanks!

There are 8 oz in a cup. 16 oz in a lb. So for this recipe 17 oz should be 1.1 lbs of potatoes. It would be 2 1/8 cups of potatoes. Make easy on yourself and just say 2 cups.

It can be a little confusing but I believe the recipe calls for (1) 7 oz. potato. 17 oz of potatoes would be too many for the calorie count to come out correctly. I would suggest to start by peeling and dicing a medium sized potato, which is usually about 6-8 oz, and fill a 1 cup measuring cup.

Correct. Fixed in directions now, thank you!

Can I make this a few days ahead of time and freeze?

Hi Gina! How would you reheat this? I take breakfast & lunch to work, & only method of heating/reheating is via microwave. Haven’t had much success with reheating eggs maybe used wrong power level? Anyway, scrambled eggs end up kind of bouncy. Any suggestions would be helpful!

Do you cover it before you put it in the oven?

Made this for supper and my family really enjoyed it. I used Frozen restaraunt style hasbrowns (the large kind) and I used whole eggs instead. I also sprinkled a bit of cheddar on top before putting in the oven

Thanks for this festive St Patrick’s Day breakfast idea, Gina.
I use My Fitness Pal app to journal my food log throughout the day and when I entered this URL into the journal, it registered as 256 calories per serving, not 144 calories as you have stated…..so who is correct?
Personally, my husband and I do prefer good or scrambled eggs in lieu of frittata.
Thanks
I’m a great fan of your!,
Jan Dobson

Really watch MFP importing and actual ingredient counts. Especially things like garlic. Make sure totals by weight and calories match up. I am usually pretty close using exact ingredients.

Yes you have to be very careful when importing recipes into MyFitnessPal and check the ingredients first, especially the garlic they default to, which is often 1,000 calories or more for a few cloves when each clove is only 5-10 calories depending on size!

I just made this and finished eating it. I did change the recipe a bit. I used orange bell peppers, 6 slices of center cut bacon, onion and garlic (since I didn’t have any shallots) and I added 3/4 cup of 2% cheese.

This made each serving 255 calories with the extras I added, I wanted someone with more calories…and well bacon! LoL

But it was absolutely delicious, my kids loved it! It was actually my first time ever making a frittata and my husband bought me a cast iron pan just so I can finally make one. I was afraid the 4 eggs and 4 egg white would cause it to stick or not be as fluffy, but it was perfect. I will be making all sorts of frittatas now that I know the ratio for eggs! Skinny taste has yet to let me down with the recipes, thank you!



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