Think you can't top Mom's special recipe? Well, you can't, so stop trying. Yeah, it's harsh, but you're never going to make those amazing cinnamon rolls that match your memories. It's time to have your own special recipe--and we're here to show you how. By simply tweaking a traditional favorite, we created a surefire weekend breakfast hit. Our fantastic English Muffin French Toast is destined to become your signature dish.
UNDERSTANDING EGG SUBSTITUTES
Egg substitutes have been on the market for years, and unfortunately they've been mostly misunderstood. The skinny: Egg substitutes are eggs without the cholesterol and fat. Here are a few tips to help you enjoy this low-calorie option.
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- Cook them on a lower heat than eggs, and cook them more slowly. You'll end up with a better texture.
- When scrambling, add a spoonful of light cream cheese to enhance the flavor.
- Use them in dishes just like regular eggs; they make especially great omelets.
- You can freeze the carton for up to a year, so save a few bucks by buying in bulk.
This article is from our 2005 Weekend Living special issue.