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    A potato salad version of a popular potato dish, one I've updated from a 1970s recipe from 'The Midweek Cookbook: 200 Ways with Potatoes'. I've posted this because I want to remember to try it.

    Recipe #142117

    This is a sweet side with a full serving of vegetables.

    Recipe #139756

    Chewy molasses cookies with a special snap and flavor.

    Recipe #96422

    A good cake but especially good if you need an egg and/or dairy free cake.

    Recipe #99928

    These use no eggs or milk. I use to make them for my daycare as a child I had was a vegan (hence the name).I don't remember the actual name of them. The chocolate chips are optional or you can use carob chips. I never frosted them. Also they do freeze well. Prep time is approximate.

    Recipe #99617

    Homemade chocolate syrup - will keep for several months in the fridge

    Recipe #105634

    7 Reviews |  By Vegan21

    Moist vegan sugar cookies that are VERY sweet and ready for colored frosting or sprinkles in your choice of holiday colors.

    Recipe #118265

    I need to play around with this more to be able to judge the results in all situations. It was from Vegetarian times for the original. Why post it? Because the others like the Moosewood while good isn't good for a specialized low fat diet and the one who has the problem has a chocolate tooth that won't quit. So for special treats such as a birthday, this is a solution. This way you can have your cake and eat it too.

    Recipe #118907

    Like homemade sour candy! I can't resist snacking straight from the bowl.

    Recipe #122831

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This Dairy free Tropical Pie can be topped with fresh whipped cream if desired! A great summer time, Luau treat! 3 mangos diced and purred in a blender works great for the nectar if you can find the juice.

    Recipe #126335

    A Moosewood recipe. I usually make this without the glaze when the kids are requesting chocolate cake and they actually deserve a treat for dessert but I want something that doesn't require too much effort. And its great when you have run out of eggs!

    Recipe #133387

    From Taste of Home (April/May 2001).

    Recipe #120596

    This is a recipe from a Norwegian cooking club I was a member of, but I have altered it slightly. These potatoes go excellently with salmon or other fish. If you don't have cute little new potatoes, you can slice or cube normal potatoes.

    Recipe #122445

    20 Reviews |  By LeahG

    I got this recipe from a recipe site called annies.lemon chicken is sweet and tart at the same time. if you like lemons you'll love this.

    Recipe #85955

    Fast and easy, and delicious, with the flavors of jalapeno jelly, Dijon mustard and honey. Do try to use the RED jalapeno jelly, however; the green-colored one looks much less appetizing (though it still tastes fine)!

    Recipe #81429

    It doesn't get much easier. Serve on toasted buns, add your favorite side dishes, and there you go.

    Recipe #73356

    This is the perfect recipe for those who love the flavors of a classic Cuban pork roast but are cooking in small quantities. Typical of Cuban fare, these are full of tropical flavors but not spicy. The garlic and lime pair beautifully in a fragrant marinade. Though you can marinade as briefly as an hour, for best results let the pork soak up to 6-8 hours. (Don't marinade overnight as the citrus cooks the pork over longer periods). Serve these with my Almost Fried Plantains #134349 for a delightful healthy meal.

    Recipe #134871

    18 Reviews |  By yooper

    I haven't made this one yet, but it sounds very good! Prep time does not include 3 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #36548

    To make this chicken dish spicier, add 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper and 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard to flour, in addition to the other seasonings.

    Recipe #39433

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