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Stealth Cooking makes a summer frittata
Frittatas usually include vegetables or meats and this one includes some of summer’s finest and sweetest vegetables, corn and peppers. Unlike quiche, the cheese is added as a taste note on top of the eggs instead of being incorporated throughout the dish. I like this version for meatless evenings in the heat of summer. It cooks quickly so it doesn’t heat up the house too much, and may be eaten either hot, warm, or cold.
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Sweet Baked Life tries pumpkin oat breakfast bites
Are you wondering why I am talking about a pumpkin recipe in summer? Well, pumpkin is a “super food” and it’s great to incorporate into your meals year-round! So if you need of breakfast on-the-go, you’ve got to try these quick and easy pumpkin oat breakfast bites. These tiny and tasty morsels have just the right amount of sweetness, fiber and protein to keep you satisfied all morning, and they’re gluten-free!
Read more: sweetbakedlife.com
Baked Bree chars the veggies for grilled corn salad with fresh herbs
I promised to share the corn salad that went along with my Texas Tommy and Slider post. ... I love everything about this salad. It is sweet from the corn and the balsamic, crunchy from the vegetables, and has tons of fresh herbs. The longer this sits, the better it tastes. I like it as a side dish, and I also like it as part of my main dish with some grilled chicken on top.
If you can’t find white lemon balsamic vinegar, don’t worry about it. Just use lemon juice and honey.
Read more: bakedbree.com