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These stuffed zucchini rolls are a healthy and tasty way to make use out of the bountiful zucchini from your garden! They make an impressive appetizer, light lunch or a side dish. Prepare the filling by boiling potatoes and cooking the onions. The zucchini can be sliced with a mandolin or peeler, brushed with olive oil and baked on a baking sheet. The cooked potatoes are mashed and combined with sautéed onions, grated Mozzarella, Parmesan cheese, fresh chopped parsley-seasoned to taste with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. Delicately rolled and baked to perfection, irresistibly delicious in every bite…


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These Double Chocolate Banana Pancakes are decadent and a lovely way to celebrate a special breakfast or brunch. Soft and fluffy, delicately rolled in a Nutella spread with a dusting of confectioner’s sugar and topped with fresh sliced strawberries, they are a perfect pairing with a coffee or tea. The ingredients for this recipe are simple kitchen staples, and the batter is all combined in the blender! …


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These Oatmeal Walnut cookies are a light, sweet and salty treat studded with toasted walnuts. The old-fashioned rolled oats give these cookies a soft, chewy texture. This one-bowl recipe can be either mixed by hand or with a hand mixer. It is a quick and easy cookie recipe that requires basic pantry staples. You can add raisins or chocolate chips to this cookie recipe for your added sweetness, flavour and texture.

It’s a perfect recipe to have on hand for breakfast, a snack or dessert. You can prepare these cookies in advance to freeze and thaw when needed. They can…


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These delicious Italian Breakfast cookies have a soft and airy crumb. They are lightly flavored with vanilla and lemon zest, a perfect dunking cookie with your morning coffee or tea. Like a lady-finger cookie, they bring me back to my childhood when I used to dunk my cookies in warm milk. I remember my Dad sitting at the kitchen table, dunking cookies in his morning coffee with me. What a delightful way to start our day!

These cookies aren’t just for breakfast; they make an irresistibly delicious snack at any time during the day. These Italian Breakfast cookies can be…


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These veal cutlets are a traditional and delicious way to prepare veal. They are dipped in egg wash, coated with breadcrumbs and shallow-fried in oil until they are golden. Thinly sliced veal cutlets are tender, perfectly coated, browned and crispy with every bite. To prepare these cutlets, use good quality veal that is thinly sliced for scallopini; pound them for added tenderness before dipping in the egg wash. When making your bread coating, combine your bread crumbs with grated Pecorino Romano cheese. This cheese is salty enough, so you don’t need to add more salt.

When frying the veal cutlets…


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These Sugar cookies are soft and airy. The olive oil used in this recipe is not only a healthier option, but it also gives the cookies a fragrant, velvety crumb. Aromatic with a hint of vanilla, they are delicately rolled in granulated sugar. For a distinctive design, I used the edge of a cookie cutter to decorate the top of the cookie. You can create your design by simply turning your cutters in different directions. Making these sugar cookies requires simple baking ingredients and minimal preparation time. Prepare the dough in one bowl, mix by hand and bake. This recipe…


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These soft pretzels are lightly sweetened with brown sugar and buttery delicious with this easy homemade recipe. Using a stand mixer makes preparing the dough quick and simple; however, you can also mix and knead this dough by hand. Just a few simple ingredients are all you need to make this delightful family favorite. The baking soda bath gives them an authentic deep golden-brown color, texture and flavor; the sprinkle of coarse sea salt on the top gives them a perfect finishing touch. …


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These soft and fluffy Banana Nut muffins are loaded with banana goodness, warm cinnamon and nutmeg spices and studded with chopped walnuts. The brown sugar and chopped walnut topping add a delicately sweet and crunchy layer. The olive oil gives these muffins a moist crumb, while the toasted walnut topping gives them a nutty, crunchy bite. The riper the bananas, the sweeter they will be, adding natural sweetness and flavor. This quick and easy recipe comes together in minutes, requiring pantry staples, and all the ingredients are mixed by hand. Dry ingredients are mixed into the wet ingredient bowl to…


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This Almond Flaxseed Bread is a protein-rich and grain-free alternative to regular bread. Since this a quick bread and is yeast-free, it will not rise very much. The baking soda and apple cider vinegar give this bread light and airy center. The ground flaxseed gives this bread added texture, color, and flavor. It works great as a sandwich bread or breakfast bread while being nutritious and filling at the same time. This bread also makes delicious homemade croutons to add to your salad. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, it is irresistibly delightful when paired with butter, jam…


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This Banana Nut Pancake recipe is a simple, nutritious and delicious way to start your morning! Baked in the oven in a cast-iron pan and made with pantry staples, it’s so easy and requires minimal preparation time. The banana’s natural sweetness and vanilla combined are enough that you don’t even need to add sugar as the recipe only requires one tablespoon. The pancake puffs up while baking, and no flipping is required. In just thirty minutes, you can prepare an impressive breakfast or brunch for your whole family to enjoy. You can serve this pancake with bacon, sausage, a dollop…

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