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Do you ever get tired of hearing your family complain about what’s for dinner? Ewww…why did you put beans in that? Why are we having fish AGAIN. What’s this green stuff? My kids and husband are pretty good eaters but they always seem to have SOMETHING to say about dinner! Except on nights we do breakfast for dinner! Those nights are always filled with plenty of YAYS and requests for seconds! Those are always good nights! Because I am a huge fan of happy kids and no complaining I usually do breakfast for dinner at least once a week. If you are a fan of breakfast for dinner I put together a collection on Foodie.com of recipes you might want to try. Check out the widget below for inspiration and then just click on the picture to get the recipe.
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by Diane Emery Hoffmaster at Foodie.com
For the week’s breakfast for dinner recipe I decided to try my hand at making pumpkin crepes. Moving into fall I am starting to crave all things pumpkin! This pumpkin crepes recipe is incredibly easy because everything goes into a blender so it is all easily mixed with only one push of a button (if you love pumpkin, try my homemade pumpkin pudding recipe!) (if you love pumpkin, try my homemade pumpkin pudding recipe!). I do like a meal that is easy to clean up!
Make sure you fry you pumpkin crepes in REAL butter! Don’t use sprays or artificial spreads….you will just not get the same flavor! The maple creme filling is heavenly and honestly I ate quite a bit of it right out of the bowl with a spoon!
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Pumpkin Crepes with Maple Cream
Diane is a professional blogger and nationally certified pharmacy technician at Good Pill Pharmacy. She earned her BS in Microbiology at the University of New Hampshire and has worked in cancer research, academics, and biotechnology. Concern over the growing incidence of human disease and the birth of her children led her to begin living a more natural life. She quickly realized that the information she was learning along the way could be beneficial to many others and started blogging and freelance writing to share this knowledge with others. Learn more about her HERE.