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    David's Book

    David is SUPER picky. This is a collection of ideas that may help to "broaden" his food repertoire.
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    This recipe came with my very first microwave 20+ years ago. It makes an easy, quick, no mess breakfast.

    Recipe #104248

    2 Reviews |  By Lorac

    I accepted a dare to create a recipe using "Nestle's Strawberry Quick" from a player of the ! Recipe Dare! game. I have made this recipe 3 times and still cannot get enough of this simply delicious summer dessert!

    Recipe #67153

    45 Reviews |  By pollen

    These are delicious cookies that are super-quick to make when you need to satisfy a cookie fix. Even my non-cooking roommates know how to make them, so we have these about once a week.. they never last for more than 24 hours. Try adding coconut, nuts, other dried fruit, etc...

    Recipe #18216

    7 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Great with soup or for breakfast with eggs. This recipe is from a booklet I got at the grocery store, created by a WebMD doctor to encourage consumption of dairy products.

    Recipe #109073

    108 Reviews |  By troyh

    Sundance Inn Bed & Breakfast, New Braunfels, Texas

    Recipe #5365

    Low-fat, sugar-free vanilla cupcakes

    Recipe #241509

    2 Reviews |  By mianbao

    This is "mashed" bean paste, which is easier to make than koshi an, or strained bean paste. It is very sweet, and is mainly used as a filling for confections. I think this is more flavorful than the strained kind of bean paste. Use the small red beans called azuki, adzuki, or sometimes, aduki. All of these words are pronounced the same in Japanese, the difference only exists in the spelling. I have made this but it was a while ago. The cooking and preparation times are guesses. Please do not rely on them. I included 8 hours soaking time in the prep time, though, of course, this is not active. Translated and adapted from Shinkatei Hyakkajiten Vol. 1, Kodan-sha, 1967.

    Recipe #108780

    I found this on a diabetic website while searching for recipes I can share with my patients. I haven't tried it yet. Diabetic or not, it sounds different and really good.

    Recipe #240608

    This is a recipe from Southern Living.

    Recipe #256925

    This recipe can also be made as muffins, but I prefer it in a loaf. It's very moist and the oats also make it hearty.

    Recipe #192743

    These little beauties are a beautiful color and will keep you full for hours after eating just one serving. I needed to use up extra canned pumpkin and thought I'd give it a try. - I got it out of the Martha Stewart Living magazine

    Recipe #187362

    Perfect for tea parties, this is quick and easy! This recipe is from In the Royal Manner : Expert Advice on Etiquette and Entertaining from the Former Butler to Diana, Princess of Wales.

    Recipe #245136

    This is one of those meals that you can throw together in 15 minutes for you family after a long day at work. ENJOY!

    Recipe #171133

    Great fall/winter cookies

    Recipe #209411

    I misread a recipe, and this was the result. It was voted best pie in town and receives much praise when served.

    Recipe #102279

    BET YOU CAN'T HAVE JUST ONE PIECE! This recipe is the most delicious I have ever made, or developed. Of course the basis for a good Banana Bread was originally developed during the days when our ancestors used the palms of their hands to measure flour, and plain soda as rising agents. I would not recommend this; how things have changed and improved, and I am glad they did. Banana Bread is a staple in our home; unfortunately I must monitor my personal consumption because of health implications. I am happy to share my recipe with you and know you will enjoy it as much as my own family. To increase the number of loaves, simply multiply the recipe accordingly. Because BANANA/LEMON SENSATION freezes so well, I habitually bake these in large quantities; (up to a dozen loaves), preparing and cooking two at a time. Your oven may accommodate more than two loaves at a time, but I have found that any more than two loaves in an oven will result in uneven baking of the product. The loaves at the rear of my oven will overbake while the front loaves are lighter in colour, and will take a little more time for centres to cook. Suggest also making more than one loaf; a family of four will polish off an entire loaf at one sitting, because you can't have just one piece! Better make several, and put a couple away for future consumption. Kids will love the snack after school. You cannot hide anything; the aroma of baking BANANA/LEMON SENSATION tells all.

    Recipe #64954

    I got this recipe from a friend, who got it at a Weight Watchers meeting. It's so delicious you won't believe you're eating low fat! It doubles perfectly (I never make just one loaf!) and if you don't have enough banana, just use applesauce for the balance. It works like a charm. Enjoy!!! 2 points per 1/16 of a loaf.

    Recipe #57602

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    Delicious and soo easy!

    Recipe #144739

    One of my favorite holiday cookies! I make these for Valentine's Day and Christmas! A very delicious tender, sweet cookie.

    Recipe #135768

    This recipe is for the ever-popular chicken nugget. It uses polenta and finely grated parmesan cheese as the crumb mixture. Should serve 6 children or 4 adults. These are great nuggets and they are gluten free! Feel free to add some spices or seasonings of your choice.

    Recipe #224487

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