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    These are great for St. Patrick's Day. Preparation time does not include time for chilling.

    Recipe #217049

    This is a new favorite of mine. I was blown away by the wonderful flavors. I'm not a vegetarian but didn't miss meat with this. The onions turn out still crunchy, which I liked but if you don't you might try sautéing them in a little oil first.

    Recipe #205642

    We snack on these during football and basketball season when the games are on TV.

    Recipe #49455

    I stumbled across this recipe on the Weight Watchers Core board. It is absolutely 100% core. I have made it a couple dozen times since and have tweaked it to (my personal) perfection! It is so temptingly delicious and filling, I recommend taking a portion out and immediately freezing the rest in containers for lunches. It is great with a little No Fat Sour Cream as a condiment.

    Recipe #302218

    This recipe is based on one from Patricia Green’s and Carolyn Hemming’s book, Quinoa 365. The intro states, “The lentil is said to be one of the first domesticated crops, dating back to prehistoric times. An important component of any vegetarian diet, lentils are high in protein and often used as a meat substitute. To make this recipe a soup rather than a stew, reduce the thickness by precooking the quinoa, then adding it to the soup.”

    Recipe #468342

    This recipe comes from the Kraft people. It sounded so good I just had to share.

    Recipe #48158

    From the Vegetarian Passport Cookbook, this recipe is another delicious way to add quinoa to your diet.

    Recipe #455533

    Posted in the MyFoodDiary.com forums, from a newspaper article some time back. Excellent salad, and very healthy. Tasty. Healthy. You can't go wrong. Even my kids like this one.

    Recipe #232061

    You can't tell this meatloaf uses oatmeal instead of bread crumbs, very yummy! Use either regular or quick oats.

    Recipe #438988

    I made this tonight and found it to be quick and easy with a fresh, zesty taste. Recipe comes courtesy of Ristorante Fellini on Australia's Gold Coast.

    Recipe #187394

    I saw this on Nigella Bites last night and made it for lunch today. We had it with crusty olive bread, but it would be nice as part of a buffet or picnic or as a potluck dish. It's very quick and easy to make, healthy and quite tasty. I used one can of beans, vine-ripened tomatoes, and everything else as listed in the recipe.

    Recipe #264777

    I threw this together using ingredients I had on hand, and while nothing special to look at it was quite tasty. Fresh herbs might also be a nice addition. Quantities are approximate. Could be made as an omelet if preferred. I had mine on buttered toast.

    Recipe #274145

    These healthy little muffins have no sugar added. They're a great healthy snack but don't expect a sweet cakey treat. They're a great way to get extra fiber and protein into your diet without too many added calories or carbs. To sweeten them you can add some jam or peanut butter when you eat it. You can also add dried cranberries or other fruit or use sweetned yogurt or 1/4 of honey. Because there's no flour these don't rise that much. The cream of tartar and baking soda can be substituted with 1 tablespoon baking powder.

    Recipe #339400

    This is my own recipe combining several of my favourite ingredients. This can be altered in a variety of ways, including adding different vegetables such as cauliflower or white potato, adding grilled chicken, paneer or a tin or two of chickpeas. This makes a substantial batch, which I usually portion out and freeze.

    Recipe #481246

    Usually I post things to get the nutritional info, but this one is so worth sharing. My husband says this is the best bread he has tasted. It's another recipe by the fabulous Laura Calder on Food TV Canada's 'French Food at Home.' I made this by hand and it was as easy as homemade bread can be. Any dried herbs can be used for this, and it can also be made without any herbs, but it's not as good. I used McCormick's Herbes de Provence, which is a blend of rosemary, marjoram, thyme, savory, basil, lavender and sage. Makes an excellent accompaniment for any French or Italian dish, or serve it toasted and open faced with butter, slices of fresh tomatoes and your favourite cheese. It's so good.

    Recipe #322222

    This tasty and and long keeping chutney goes with almost all cold meats, cheeses and curries. very interesting alternative to the usual run of the mill chutneys.

    Recipe #288866

    I have taken this from the side of a carton of soy milk. Obviously they don't just have to be for breakfast and would be great in the kids' lunch boxes.

    Recipe #385408

    This recipe has been submitted for play in ZWT8 – Australia/New Zealand. This recipe was found at the New Zealand Beef & Lamb Website. Spicy beef kebabs on the bbq. Don't you just love summer. Serve with a nice array of bbq vegetables for a tasty, quick meal. These may be grilled in the oven for the same amount of time, turning regularly and brush with any remaining marinade during cooking.

    Recipe #482581

    Another good looking Barley recipe from Taste

    Recipe #467633

    Cheers! Recipe from webtender.com

    Recipe #483695

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