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Peggy Korody North San Diego Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

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Cookie Waffles

I went sweet with this month’s waffle. Not only is it sweet, but it is super easy! I used pre-made cookie dough. I then topped my waffle with ice cream and fruit. You could also top with ice cream and chocolate syrup if you like! PrintCookie Waffles Top with ice cream or whipped cream. Then […]

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Ham & Cheese Hash Brown Waffles

This month I decided to create a savory waffle. My family really liked this hash brown waffle and we ate it several ways. My son topped it with a burger, lettuce & tomato. I had one for breakfast and topped it with an egg & sliced avocado. As a side dish with dinner we topped […]

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Valentine Brownie Waffle

Happy Valentine’s Day!   This month I would like to share a super-easy waffle to enjoy on Valentine’s Day – it’s chocolate of course.  Serve with some whipped cream and fresh strawberries to make it festive. PrintValentine Brownie Waffle Ingredients1 box brownie mix (plus brownie mix ingredients) 1 egg Whipped cream Fresh strawberries, sliced. InstructionsPreheat waffle […]

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Ham & Cheese Rosettes

A few years ago, my husband and I went to San Juan Capistrano to have lunch with his brother and sister-in-law. We choose an Italian restaurant and I saw an item on the menu I never had before – Ham & Cheese Rosettes. It looked interesting, so I ordered the dish. It was amazing! So […]

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Falafel Waffle

I decided to do something fun this year…I’m declaring 2018 the year of the waffle!  I’ll be sharing waffles from savory to sweet.  Also, I’ll sometimes use a Belgium waffle maker as opposed to a regular waffle maker.  But, it really won’t matter which maker you use for most recipes. To start the New Year, […]

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Holiday Brie, Pecans & Pomegranate Bake

The holiday season is upon us, and I know we are all busy! Therefore, this month I would like to share a quick, easy, holiday appetizer for you to share with family and friends. Happy Holidays! PrintHoliday Brie, Pecans & Pomegranate Bake Serve with: sour dough baguette slices, toasted; apples, pears, and/or crackers.Ingredients1 brie round […]

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Butternut Squash Bisque

I love fall food choices, especially when it comes to squash.  This is a super easy, quick, fall soup to warm you up on a chilly day.  To cut down on prep time, I usually buy the fresh or frozen butternut squash that is already peeled and cubed. Squash can be difficult to peel.  I […]

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Garbanzo Bean Nuts

Garbanzo bean nuts are a healthy snack, and you can change them up by changing the spices.  I like to top my Butternut Squash Bisque with them.  Here’s a recipe to get you started. PrintGarbanzo bean nuts Ingredients1 (15 oz.) can garbanzo beans (aka chickpeas), rinsed and drained 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 ½ […]

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Asian Inspired Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey

I love cooking all the food for Thanksgiving and I also like the leftovers. Every year I try to do something different with my leftovers and this year I thought I would change it up with Asian flavors.  Check out this quick stir-fry. PrintAsian Inspired Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Ingredients1 Tbsp. vegetable oil 2 cups leftover […]

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Stuffed Mushrooms 4 Ways

I like to create appetizers.  So, this month I thought I would come up with four different ways to stuff mushrooms.  Please use these recipes as a guide.  If you don’t like Portobello mushrooms, then use button mushrooms.  Use large mushroom caps or small ones that you can just pop in your mouth!  Also, if […]

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