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    OMG, I love this recipe. My DH and I gobbled a few pieces of it as soon as I took it out of the freezer. It is so fast and easy anyone can make it. The taste is really delicious!!! You can use a variety of powdered sweeteners in this recipe, just make sure you taste it while its still in the saucepan. That way, you can adjust the sweetness to suit your tastes.

    Recipe #416154

    Incredibly yummy vegan truffles.

    Recipe #33995

    A great summer time soup. 30 minute meal by Rachael Ray. I serve mine aside a wedge salad topped with blue cheese dressing. Fabulous! If you are looking to save a little time, simply place a dollop of salsa on the top and sprinkle with feta. NOTE: I made this today and I suggest that you use 2 large avocados in the soup itself (not just 1 as per the recipe). I also recommend that you just use 1 cup (more or less) to thin out the soup instead of crushing ice cubes (not sure why you do that when you put it in the fridge to chill anyway). Lastly, we LOVED the crumbled feta on the top (actually made the dish to be honest) so don't leave this step out.

    Recipe #379636

    This brittle is fantastic. You can't even tell it's not made with sugar. I substitute nuts, cashews, pecans and peanuts. Very simple to make best with a candy themo.

    Recipe #352696

    These are really delicious. I made a big batch of them yesterday and my DH took 1/2 the recipe to work with him. I love the crunchy, peanutty sweetness of these treats!

    Recipe #310209

    From theGutsyGourmet.net. Beautifully colored, scented and flavored candy for a special occasion.

    Recipe #80252

    Pasteli is a traditional Greek candy made from plenty of honey and sesame seeds. Nuts, sultanas & other ingredients can also be added. Traditionally, these small wrapped pieces of pasteli are given at baptisms. If you have a candy thermometer you can use it - pasteli should be cooked until 250°F -- "firm ball stage". Cooling time not included in prep. time.

    Recipe #305609

    This is the closest recipe to the real thing I have tried. Really yummy. Enjoy!

    Recipe #301892

    I love these little high fiber treats and this is a spin-off of my recipe: http://www.recipezaar.com/300780 I added a few different things in these truffles and the flavour and smell is wonderful. The heat from the ginger is a nice kick. Just make sure you use the fresh powdered ginger to get the flavour and the heat

    Recipe #301140

    I was looking for a low carb high fiber treat and came up with this one. Cardamom is originally from the east and used to flavour food and for medicinal purposes. It lends a very interesting and distinctive taste to foods. I like it and thought it would be a good addition to these truffles. I ground all my ingredients in my magic bullet and then processed the dough in my Kitchen Aid food processor. You can use either the dark or golden flax seeds in this recipe. This recipe can be doubled, but be aware they are rich, so you might want to make a single batch just to try them first. If you can't find organic then conventional will work just as well, though might not taste as good. You can also use ground carob or ground unsweetened chocolate in place of the cacao nibs if you don't have them.

    Recipe #300780

    18 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    This recipe contains no potatoes. It gets it name from the look of the candy. I have not tried this recipe myself. It is for an ISO request. Recipe says you can also dip in melted chocolate for Easter eggs.

    Recipe #22171

    I like this mints because they have no chocolate on them. I sometimes roll them out with a lightly powdered sugar base and using a very small cookie cutter or shot glass cut them out. I just took a guess on how many this makes.

    Recipe #282306

    I got this recipe off the side of the Silk Soy Creamer box.

    Recipe #283431

    Delicious and gooey!

    Recipe #281486

    From TOH 1998 Cookbook submitted by L. Young. Very kid friendly recipe. Allow 3 hours of chilling time. 3 ingredients needed.

    Recipe #280103

    This tasty treat is made with raw cacao nibs and goji berries. You can get both these ingredients at most health food stores. I halved the recipe. I also ground up the cacao and goji berries before I put them in the blender. If you can't find cacao butter you can use coconut butter in its place, however, the coconut butter is quite strong in taste and can over-power the taste. You can find other recipes at www.naked-chocolate.com

    Recipe #278888

    Amazingly good and vegan too. These peppermint patties will impress you. I originally saw it published by user submission at vegweb.

    Recipe #278599

    At the end of each holiday season I have a canister of cookie ingredients leftover. From that comes a collection of candies used to accent my trays. This year's bark was sensational and well worth posting. The combination of ginger and dark chocolate bursts in your mouth with every delectable bite. While the flavors here are complex and more sophisticated than my usual bark, but just wonderful year round.

    Recipe #272876

    8 Reviews |  By Mirj

    My kids love to make these cookies, and they make wonderful gifts! A great cookie for vegans or people who are lactose-intolerant.

    Recipe #15969

    This is a melt in your mouth decadence! I make this at Christmas, and it's a good thing it only comes once a year!

    Recipe #272816

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