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    Energy-boosting, cardamom-spiced date bites made with almonds, walnuts and pistachios. Eat two of these as a snack or with some juice for breakfast, and you're satisfied, says Elizabeth Falkner, who contributed this recipe to Food & Wine magazine.

    Recipe #505753

    This recipe comes from Lauren Pett, chocolatier and owner of Rich Chocolates. It was adapted from Nancy Silverton's Pastries from the La Brea Bakery. For s'mores, you need marshmallows, chocolate and graham crackers. For s'moreffles, you need marshmallows, chocolate and graham cracker dough. Lauren recommends mini marshmallows. The graham cracker dough can be made a day ahead of time. The dough is first waffled separately, and then the whole s'moreffle is briefly rewaffled to bring everything together. Adapted from waffleizer.com

    Recipe #505296

    This recipe is so simple to throw together, requiring less than 30 minutes, 5 ingredients and one spoon (or spatula). Less mess, more time to do what you please! Beyond being easy to make this spread is incredibly versatile.Slather it on my toast in the mornings, serve it alongside carrots and apples, and even eat it right out of the jar. I can only imagine how sensational it would be atop pancakes or inside the little squares of a well-crafted waffle. Adapted from Minimalist Baker.

    Recipe #504487

    Creamy coffee ice cream made with coconut milk, pure vanilla extract, raw sugar and bold coffee. I'm so happy I can eat ice cream without the dairy! This can be made with or without an ice cream maker. From minimalist baker.

    Recipe #504485

    What is a limber? It’s kind of like a popsicle, but is usually served in a small plastic cup and made with natural fruit juices. It’s very rich in flavor and texture, since often the pulp of the fruit is not removed from the mix. Tip: You’ll know a mango is ripe if it’s tender to the touch and you get the strong scent of mango when you smell it. Servings are a approximate. From Modern Mami.

    Recipe #504155

    YUM, peaches with almond milk and yogurt. I use soy or coconut yogurt to make this vegan. Enjoy summer! Created by Gina Homolka for Almond Breeze.

    Recipe #504104

    Bananas with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce with a a little Cuban kick of chile jelly. Show: Chef Du Jour Episode: Norman Van Aken

    Recipe #503335

    I'm traveling the world, vegetarian style. Curd is a spread that’s thickened with egg yolks… In this sense, Kaya is just like Britain’s much adored lemon curd, but with the flavor of rich, velvety coconut milk instead of tart lemon juice. Kaya is smooth and silky on the tongue, and makes any breakfast instantly feel special. The best part is that there are only three ingredients, the luscious blend is vegetarian, and, just happens to be gluten-free. While the tropical spread would be incredible between cake layers, the most traditional use in Singapore is on toast for breakfast or teatime. Singapore is an island city-state in Southeast Asia. This recipe is common in Malaysia and Indonesia as well. Adapted from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #502735

    Dark, sweet, and fresh, Blackberry Mint and Lime Fruit Leathers are the perfect summer treat. I have fond memories of blackberry pickin' in the hills of California and now here in North Carolina. I think blackberries grow everywhere! What a great way to use them! Found on Pinterest.

    Recipe #501772

    I was lucky enough to visit Aruba. Lots of sun, sand, and beauty. This recipe is a forever special occasion favorite among Arubans. There are still cashew trees growing on the island. Adapted from Recipe Island.

    Recipe #501769

    The original daiquiri from the early 1900′s was nothing so complicated – a plain mixture of sugar and lime juice poured over (or shaken with) ice. Over the years, the drink gained popularity and traveled around the world from Cuba to Cameroon. This recipe celebrates Cameroon’s wonderful and prolific mango groves with a yummy recipe for a frozen Mango Daiquiri. Cameroon is in West Central Africa.

    Recipe #501418

    Also called Dulce de Papaya, this is a traditional Cape Verdean recipe for a classic dessert of papaya candied in spiced syrup. The Cape Verde islands consist of two small (volcanic in origin) archipelagos, about 400 miles off the western coast of Africa. These once uninhabited islands were first discovered by the ancient Phoenicians, then later colonized by the Portuguese.

    Recipe #501255

    This combination of dusky dates and tinted marzipan is a North African tradition. Worthy of a special occasion. From Cooking Light(May 2001).

    Recipe #501197

    From Tyler Florence's cookbook "Fresh", these look so good! I will change the heavy cream to coconut cream to make this vegan.

    Recipe #500929

    In Bangladesh, this is eaten as dessert, but can also be used as a filling or topping on a cake. You can multiply this recipe to amount needed.

    Recipe #500682

    In Bahrain(and all over the Middle East), apricots are plentiful, and they are dried to preserve them. Here is a recipe using the dried apricots that is yummy as a snack! On occasion a little lemon juice can be added(about a tsp.) but you may want to add a touch more honey if adding the lemon.

    Recipe #500681

    These powdered sugar-dusted lime and lemon bars are begging to be brought to your next spring potluck. Their irresistible citrus flavor and cute lemon and lime peel garnish means they're sure to be the hit of the buffet table. From Better Homes & Gardens.

    Recipe #500231

    Try this vegan recipe from Oregon, your tongue will forever thank you! With ginger, orange zest and molasses...yummm! Try it, your tongue will forever thank you. From Morgan Grundstein-Helvey, Dovetail Bakery and posted in Oregon Live(hosted by The Oregonian)

    Recipe #500128

    Meni-meniyong is a wonderful Malinese sesame-honey sweet. It's easy to make and is great for kids and adults alike.You can easily half or double this recipe. Addictingly good.

    Recipe #500051

    Simple and delicious! Made with coconut cream and strawberries. Adapted from Immer Wachsen and tweaked.Cooking time is freezing time. Feel free to substitute your favorite fruit! Blueberries are wonderful and peaches are a favorite.

    Recipe #499509

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