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Farmers' Almanac Breakfast

Gluten Free Pancakes

Gluten Free Pancakes

You can still enjoy rich, delicious pancakes for breakfast, even if you can’t eat wheat gluten!

December 2011
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Purple Pancakes

Add a little color to your breakfast with these surprisingly colored pancakes made from healthy root vegetables!

December 2011
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Peanut Butter Pancakes

Peanut Butter Pancakes

Try these gooey, delicious, peanut-buttery, pancakes!

November 2011
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Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes with Flaxseeds

Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes with Flaxseeds

A healthy, whole-grain, fruit-filled way to start the day!

November 2011
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Sorghum Cranberry Bread

Sorghum Cranberry Bread

A sweet treat, perfect for fall.

October 2011
Listed under: Breakfast, Desserts
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Apple Frittata

Apple Frittata

A hearty, savory breakfast with just a touch of sweetness.

September 2011
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Egg in a Nest

A whimsical twist on the classic breakfast.

August 2011
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Starfruit Bread

Starfruit Bread

A sweet bread featuring a tangy, unusually-shaped fruit.

August 2011
Listed under: Breakfast, Desserts, Snacks
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Breakfast Yogurt Parfait

Breakfast Yogurt Parfait

A delicious, well-balanced way to start the day.

August 2011
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