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    Different and tasty noodle salad.

    Recipe #214911

    1 Reviews |  By Veghead

    As published in Raley's Something Extra magazine.

    Recipe #254316

    I've seen other coleslaw salads, but mine is changed a little. My 8 y/o daughter absolutely loves it! It's quick and easy. Such a nice light salad for summer. I've used vegetable and extra virgin olive oil so far, and both work fine. You can use 1 or 2 of the ramen seasoning packs.

    Recipe #165707

    This is an awesome recipe quick, easy and very good. What more can you ask for.

    Recipe #214032

    A spicy, tangy, delicious, healthy, single serving recipe. I rarely use the exact measurements and it always turns out!

    Recipe #239048

    This is my version of Recipe #143286 - it is very yummy and you'd never know it is a vegan dish.

    Recipe #242139

    This is a great comfort meal that freezes well.

    Recipe #254531

    My husband and I found an organic restaurant here in town, and when I had my first tofu sandwich, I fell in love with it. I had to go home and figure out my own recipe immediately! This uses firm-extra firm tofu and tastes great on a toasted whole wheat bun.

    Recipe #216654

    This spicy green is one of my favorites to toss on a salad, and I was craving something warm, so I decided to try sauteeing it in a healthy way--no oil! In just a couple minutes, I had a great warm topping to cover my lettuce and serve with other toppings. **Note: I am updating the recipe, as I think it deserves higher than the two stars it has gotten :( I have problems with onions (or my stomach thinks it does!), so I don't use them, but for those of you out there who want onions in the arugula, go for it! Here's a revised version of how to make the arugula, a bit more calorie-rich, but I'm sure many will find the taste improved. (Just for the record, I still like the greens without the onion and oil added, but I'm used to a blander diet.) Additional note: the original recipe, without the oil, onions and garlic, was 11 calories; I wouldn't worry about the onions and garlic, but you could definitely leave out the oil if you didn't want to add those extra calories.

    Recipe #218843

    These are wonderful to serve after dinner.

    Recipe #233983

    Adapted from Donna Hay

    Recipe #253915

    A soft and sweet treat for those of us who want something healthy, but can't live without our sugar.

    Recipe #209610

    1 Reviews |  By Allen T

    This recipe was created for my girlfriend, who loves Mexican food and wanted burgers one night.

    Recipe #215408

    A tasty whole grain muffin. I make these as jumbo muffins, but this could also be made as 12 regular muffins (be sure to re-adjust cooking time).

    Recipe #215831

    2 Reviews |  By Veghead

    This salad has a great color presentation. Maple-flavored syrup can be substituted here but pure maple syrup is highly recommended.

    Recipe #135081

    My take on Recipe 152594. I didn't have fresh pears (as the original called for) soI used canned. It makes a tender, moist muffin with a sweet crunchy topping.

    Recipe #210420

    This recipe is something I make often for my toddler who has allergies, so quick and easy! It doesn't require eggs like most meatballs. When making it for my son, I use the smaller amounts of sweet chili and green onion. I also use homemade bread crumbs from French bread, because of his allergies.I have even skipped the breadcrumbs completely and it worked. We make it as a snack or serve with rice and veggies for dinner. This recipe can be frozen. It easily doubles if you want to take it to a potluck or serve as an appy at a party. Serve with a side of sweet chili sauce to dip, or ketchup for crazy kids like my DS. ;)

    Recipe #235423

    I acquired this recipe from a long time friend Mike Leahy from Canada. He suggests you use cooking apples (such as Mackintosh) for this recipe.

    Recipe #234735

    I have been trying to find tasty ways to eat more quinoa, but find a lot of dishes a bit too stodgy. This is a delicious light and crispy salad adapted from a recipe by Flip Shelton from her book 'Green'.

    Recipe #149270

    A very sweet, moist muffin. It tastes a lot like carrot cake. You could even frost this with cream cheese frosting for more of a dessert muffin.

    Recipe #253215

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