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    This looked so good I must share! It could be used for chicken also with equally good results! You could use 2 chickens or half the recipe if using one. From Better Homes & Gardens magazine, November 2013.

    Recipe #513466

    The key to melt in your mouth biscuits is a light touch. Don't overwork the dough, says Erin Simpson, associate food editor of BH&G magazine. Using cream is like having butter and milk combined-you skip a step and the dough is worked very little. This recipe is foolproof, there's no blending in butter, no rolling. The biscuits are studded with blueberries for breakfast, but they are just as good for dinner, made without berries and sugar. Enjoy!

    Recipe #511501

    If you take this to a potluck, you’d better guard it fiercely so it doesn’t simply disappear while your back is turned. You can serve the cheeseball with any of your favorite raw vegetables, or sliced honeycrisp apples, the combination of the sweet crisp apples and the piquant cheese is amazing. It’s also incredibly good with crackers. You need to soak the cashews and sun dried tomatoes 4-6 hours and also chill the cheeze ball 4-6 hours, so plan accordingly. :) From Chic Vegan.

    Recipe #511052

    This is different for me! A must try.

    Recipe #509244

    The first cookies I won a ribbon for in the state fair! From the Ghirardelli web site.

    Recipe #509139

    These would be great for a party or Christmas tray. I haven't tried this yet, but the salty sweet combination has me intrigued, and then it's covered in chocolate, yum. From Girardelli chocolate site.

    Recipe #509057

    Karen figured out how to make crispy sweet potato fries and the best part is you can do them in the deep fryer or the oven! Either way, you’ll end up with crispy fries. Guaranteed. From Karen, on The Art of Doing Stuff.

    Recipe #508955

    A super easy, puffy cheesy, extra pleasy dish, this one pan wonder has something for everyone. It couldn’t be easier---just mix, bake, serve and eat! Warm and fluffy biscuits are baked right into creamy and decadent Spinach Artichoke dip! Top it with a broiled layer of Cheese and you won't hear anything at the table but ooohs and ahhhs! If you feel the need, feel free to add in chicken to make it a bit heartier. From Ohbiteit.com.

    Recipe #508574

    A new twist on a classic grilled cheese sandwich! Enjoy with a nice bowl of tomato soup for comfort food on a cold day. Recipe courtesy Greg Morris for Food Network Magazine. I made a few adjustments using veggie bacon.

    Recipe #507950

    Filled to the brim with sunflower seeds, pistachios (or your favorite nut), peanut butter, and flaxseed meal, they pack a punch full of texture, heart healthy fats, and fiber. Plus, they're delicious and incredibly satisfying. Easy to make and loaded with flavor, you can customize these granola bars to include your favorite ingredients. For example, you can substitute any kind of chopped nuts for the sunflower seeds or peanuts, or swap out a different kind of nut butter in place of the peanut butter. It is important that you use ground flaxseeds, available at natural food stores. If you buy whole flaxseeds, you can grind them at home in your spice grinder. If you're gluten-sensitive, be sure your oats are gluten-free. For soy-free, use a soy-free vegan butter. From Robin Roberson's new book Nut Butter Universe and posted on The Vegan Chickpea. I love Robin's recipes!

    Recipe #507840

    This is a simple easy recipe to make soy milk. This preparation is affordable and convenient for many families to add to other infant formula recipes. Soy products, especially commercial products, have proven difficult to digest for some infants and they can even cause allergies, so either be sure your children can handle it or use other milk substitutes.

    Recipe #507790

    Only takes a few minutes to make and is great as a salad dressing and also as a spread for burgers and sandwiches. From Aaron McCargo on Big Daddy's House on foodnetwork.

    Recipe #507784

    You might love this so much, you will give up red sauce completely! I will be using mushrooms to replace the chicken to make this vegetarian.Adapted from grilling.com and found posted on Jenn's Food Journey

    Recipe #507768

    These croutons are brilliant sprinkled over gratins and salads, also soups and panzanella salad. From Chef Yotam Ottolenghi and posted in The Guardian

    Recipe #507397

    This takes the lovely kale chips up a notch with a sauce rubbed in and baked to deliciousness! From Luminous Vegan.

    Recipe #507203

    Easy, delicious, and brings back memories of the artificial strawberry milk from school, but this is much better and uses real strawberries! Adapted from Luminous Vegans.

    Recipe #507079

    This will satisfy cheesy cravings. It can be eaten alone, on bread, with veggies or in other dishes (like mashed cauliflower or stuffed shells).It’s quick and easy to make and ready to eat right away. The only part that takes planning is remembering to soak the cashews before hand. It’s softer and more spread-y immediately after blending, but firms up some in the fridge. From Luminous Vegan.

    Recipe #507053

    This is the perfect drink, hot or cold. With a warm spice blend, a cinnamon stick, a little cream, and enough sugar to make the South proud — this Spiced Sweet Tea will be a wonderful addition to anyone’s winter(or summer) beverage repertoire. From Folk Lifestyle.

    Recipe #506632

    It's been quite warm these last few weeks and this tea hits the spot! From Offbeat and Inspired blog, found on Pinterest. Enjoy!

    Recipe #506626

    Peaches, which are peaking right now, are high in antioxidants like vitamin C and lycopene, making them a beauty food and an immune-system booster. So if stress from the week (or packing for vacation) is making your skin dull and your head throb, let the free-radical-fighting fruit give you a boost. Basil elevates both the flavor of the fruit and your mood with its anti-anxiety benefits. And coconut milk creates a creamy, tropical swirl and lends even more calming benefits thanks to 89 mg of magnesium per cup, ideal for getting a good night’s sleep. From Well and Good.

    Recipe #506499

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