Fresh Fruit Compote
This is a nice healthy alternative to syrup for your pancakes or French toast. It’s loaded with antioxidants, warm, inviting, and yummy!
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Have family and friends over for the first viewing of your wedding pictures and serve this delicious crumb cake — made from your leftover wedding cake — to make it all the more nostalgic. Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
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Use your cubed cake for a quick and delicious trifle using a seasonal fruit compote. Layer cinnamon-flavored whipped cream, chocolate or vanilla pudding, or even plain Greek yogurt with leftover wedding cake and fruit compote. Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
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Oatmeal Pancakes
These pancakes are guilt free because they’re made without the customary fats and sugars. Once you’ve enjoyed these a few times, you might not even want the traditional kind! 
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Fluffy Coconut Flour Pancakes
The good news is you can follow a strict Paleo diet and still enjoy awesome-tasting pancakes on occasion without exposing yourself to gluten or nuts. The bad news is... well, there is no bad news. The first thing to notice, besides how good they taste, is how similar the texture is to that of traditional pancakes. Because these are high in fiber and protein and lower in sugar, you will stay feeling full much longer than with traditional pancakes. Keeping the pancakes on the small side will make them easier to flip. — Lea Hendry Valle, author of Sweet Paleo: Gluten-Free, Grain-Free Delights.
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Light is a relative term when you’re talking about whipping up 1 ½ cups of heavy cream and embellishing the dessert with a scoop of ice cream. Be that as it may, angel food cake is made with egg whites only and no added fat, so maybe everything balances out. Click here to see 7 Summer Shortcake Recipes
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