I make most everything from scratch, and here are a few of my favorite recipes, in no particular order.
Cape Cod Soft Molasses Cookies Delicious ginger snap recipe from King Arthur Flour
Oatmeal Toffee Cookies A link to some delicioius cookies at Cooking Light. In place of the "toffee bits" I use a chopped up Heath Bar and 1/3 c. chopped pecans.
Chocolate-Oatmeal-Tahini Cookies These are not particularly budget friendly, but relatively healthy.
Granola Bars These are nice & chewy, not too hard or stiff!
Carrot Quick Bread This is a delicious high-fiber, high-protein, low-fat, low-sugar bread!
Cinnamon Smear Scones Also from King Arthur Flour, these are delicious, light, and not too dry. I replaced 1/2 cup of the all purpose flour with cake flour.
Pan Biscuit I ate something like this at a local cafe, and my attempt to reproduce it turned out pretty close! A lot easier than rolling/cutting or forming drop biscuits.
Biscuit Tips This is a link to some tips I found helpful.
Pumpkin-Carrot-Apple Muffins or Loaf Can be made with leftover juice pulp, if you're a fan of juicing!
Oat Crust & Quiche with Variations A healthy oat crust and basic quiche recipes.
Butternut S'Quiche A good way to use those duck eggs and garden squash.
Mexi-Quiche Quiche with a southwestern flare.
Honey Ice Cream A good base with several flavor options (including Sweet Corn!)
Rhubarb Recipes Just a link to some good recipes!
Rhubarb-Honey Ice Cream or Sorbet Now that I have rhubarb, I have to use it!
Jambalaya This can be cooked on the stove or in the slow cooker.
Salad Dressings Green Goddess, Sesame Ginger, Russian and more
Pumpkin-Apple Granola This is higher in fiber, lower in fat and sugar compared to most granolas found in the market.
Cleaning Products These are homemade, inexpensive and better for the environment.