Ricotta Cheese Pancakes
With school just around the corner, it’s time to make sure we have filling breakfasts to fuel all those brain cells! A good rule is to make breakfasts that will not make you more harried. These Ricotta Cheese Pancakes can be made the day or week before, frozen and reheated in the toaster oven or microwave for a delicious start for the day.
Budget friendly recipes are always a hit in my mind. Using leftovers is one of the best budget friendly tips we can follow. I had some ricotta cheese and cream left over from making a quiche. What to do with a small amount? Make Ricotta Cheese pancakes of course! They are delicious and
Light and will supply your kids with the energy they need as they go off to school. (Great way for adults to start the day as well!)
Jennifer Alderson has created a fast paced and suspenseful historical novel about art theft In the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation.
Zelda Richardson, our modern sleuth, is impulsive, courageous, feisty and smart as Sherlock Holmes in sniffing out clues. I immediately liked her!
An archivist helping Zelda tells her grimly, “This was truly a dire period for the Netherlands, and all of Europe really. I could tell you so many heartbreaking stories…”