Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9"pie pan with non-stick cooking spray. Cut 2 tortillas in half and place each half so that the rounded edge is 1/4" above the rim. Place the remaining tortilla in the center of the pan. Add broccoli, onion and cheese. Mix eggs with milk and pour over top. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake for 45 minutes or until knife inserted in middle comes out clean. Let sit 10 minutes. Cut in wedges, top each piece with tomato slice.
Recipe from "Quick & Healthy" Cookbook.
Creditable as a bread alternate, meat alternate, and one vegetable component.
Preheat oven according to directions on biscuit canister. Make a slit down the center of each hot dog and stuff with approximately 1/3 slice of American Cheese. Using a rolling pin, flatten a biscuit into an oblong shape. Wrap around hot dog, sealing all open edges by pressing together. Repeat for each biscuit/hot dog. Bake according to directions on biscuit package.
Makes 10 servings -- each serving counts for meat/meat alternate and bread/bread alternate.
Note: These can also be made using crescent rolls, and actually look much prettier, but since the ends remain open, much of the cheese is lost during baking.
Melt 1/2 cup of butter in a saucepan. Add 1 cup of brown sugar. Boil and stir for one minute. Add a 3 oz. can of chow mein noodles. Put the mixture in 12 paper baking cups in a muffin tin. Use your thumb to press noodles into the nest while still warm. DO NOT BAKE. Give children jelly bean eggs to put in their nests.
--From BJ in Indiana
Spray casserole dish with vegetable spray. Mix dry ingredients (bread, cinnamon, and raisins). Beat eggs slightly, using wire whip attachment (or by hand). Add sugar, salt, milk, and vanilla. Mix only until blended. Pour liquid mixture over dry ingredients and let stand until bread is softened. Sprinkle with nutmeg if desired. Bake in a 325-degree oven for 40 - 45 minutes or in a convection oven at 300 degrees for about 30 - 35 minutes.
Notes:Can bake in individual, aluminum souffle cups. Make a sauce and serve with the pudding.
Cut each banana in half, then slice each half into two "logs." On the flat side of each "log," spread a layer of peanut butter. Set several raisins into the peanut butter -- these are the "bugs!" If the children are old enough, this is a snack they enjoy making themselves.
Note: These can also be made substituting celery for the bananas.
This sauce is delicious when served on warm bread pudding or when substituted for syrup on pancakes, waffles, or french toast. Try it on oatmeal, too!
Combine all ingredients in a blender and puree. Strain. For easy serving, put into a sauce bottle (like a squeeze bottle for ketchup). Enjoy!