I had picked up a few pounds of Zucchini at the local produce market Connecticut Natural Food Mart I tend to get most of my produce here unless one of the supermarkets have a great deal and it looks fresh. Though this was marked down, they were all in excellent condition.
This means quiche! One quiche used the last of a carton of egg whites and just two eggs (that's the less yellow one) and the other I put four eggs in as we seem to not be going through eggs as quickly as usual. This could be as we are 'breakfasting' on the gifted farm eggs. A squash each, half a chopped onion a splash of vegetable oil, half a cup of the heart smart bisquick mix (almost out, and I plan on creating my own and storing it in a glass container in the fridge from now on) and a quarter of a cup of shredded cheese.
Beer Bread! I had been gifted from a family some mixes. DH just asked me over the phone who put a can of beer in the house fridge? (LOL, he was wondering who was starting to drink I think). This mix was so easy, the packaged mix, a can of beer and a few tablespoons melted butter. I have to say, it smells lovely!
The last Immaculate Brownie Mix. This easy mix is my husbands favorite, but now that I've learned so much more in my baking studies I know I can recreate this on my own.
Did you have a baking day today?