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    Recipe #185778

    I found this recipe in InStyle magazine and tried it. I was amazed at the instant effect. My lips were smooth and not chapped right away.

    Recipe #258829

    This all natural formula includes an ingredient whose sweet scent is prized as both an anti-depressant and an appetite suppressant. The cologne is light and not overpowering at all... plus it has great uplifting properties! I found this on care2 website and have been using it regularly. This would make a great gift for the holidays for that someone special. Cooking time is time for the cologne to age.

    Recipe #258787

    Easy and delicious basic chocolate syrup sweetened with maple syrup.

    Recipe #191926

    A yummy sauce that is sweetened with maple syrup instead of sugar.

    Recipe #191935

    Tastes similar to “Eatmore” candy bars. Peanuts and sesame seeds may be replaced with any combination of nuts and/or seeds totalling 1 cup.

    Recipe #192256

    My husband brought home this recipe from Yarmouth Junior High School’s family studies cooking program when he taught it one year and it is DELICIOUS! I had to increase all the ingredients to feed a family or group. This is my kids' favourite meal.

    Recipe #192257

    I adapted this spelt flour recipe from a cousin's wheat flour recipe that worked well. It is tender and flaky, but use plenty of flour when rolling it out and be careful when lifting it.

    Recipe #192258

    One of my dad's favourites. Sweetened with stevia and honey or maple syrup. Can be topped with fruit or sauce of choice.

    Recipe #192259

    Quick and easy. I usually let this rise for a while before adding sauce and toppings.

    Recipe #192260

    A healthy and delicious way to get milk into your children. Makes a quick and easy dessert.

    Recipe #192261

    This is a great recipe that I got from my friend Jo Ann. It's good as a round layer cake with (healthy) icing or warm as a slab cake with a mound of whipped cream on each serving. (Note: After receiving a mediocre review, I have changed the recipe to use light spelt flour rather than regular. You should not have a problem with light spelt flour.)

    Recipe #192269

    This one is a bit healthier and there is no cream soup in it. You can add or remove vegetables and it will still be good.

    Recipe #192281

    This is cake and sauce baked in one dish. It is quick and easy.

    Recipe #192287

    This is a great recipe that I have made many times for company. Everyone loves it. It is sweetened with maple syrup and honey.

    Recipe #192294

    Here is an old-time favorite prepared by an updated method. I searched high and low for a good recipe for smooth tapioca pudding and this is my favourite. I sweeten it with maple syrup but you can use something else. Needs to soak overnight. Note: This pudding will thicken as it cools.

    Recipe #192299

    Recipe #192438

    Recipe #192514

    This is my version of the fish chowder from the Company's Coming cookbooks. It is the authentic "Atlantic provinces" style. Serve with Recipe #213970 or your own.

    Recipe #213962

    This is my mom's popular biscuit recipe made with spelt instead of wheat. Best eaten fresh; may be frozen.

    Recipe #213970

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