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    The perfect drink for a cold cold night. From Oh she glows.

    Recipe #500371

    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

    The hot chocolate is perfectly creamy and sweet. The graham cracker crumbs meet the lips with a sweet surprise at every sip. And the toasty marshmallows absolutely MAKE it. If you prefer mix hot chocolates, simply skip the hot cocoa part and add your favorite mix to the mug. The graham cracker rim and toasty marshmallows are what really sets this recipe apart. Hope you love it! I changed the recipe just a bit to use dark chocolate. Your choose.

    Recipe #500130

    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

    This sounded just wierd enough to try it. Obviously a carrot is the same shape and close enough in color to make a decent hot dog substitute. But the real question is about the taste. The marinade really takes it to the next level. I think the sesame oil does it, but the vinegar gives it that “cured” flavor too. Adapted from Healthy Slow Cooking.

    Recipe #500000

    I've made clover tea and I've made lemonade, but had never put them together. Well, here ya go. Red clover grows wild in fields and meadows in Asia, Europe and North America and is part of the legume family. Just be careful where you pick, like near highways, where it may get sprayed with pesticides. Red clover is one of the best blood cleansers, increases good cholesterol, and is used to treat osteoporosis. From what you give away you keep.

    Recipe #499985

    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

    My daughter in law posted this on facebook so she wouldn't lose it, and I don't want to lose it either! So put here for safekeeping: :) You can use the ingredients suggested or try whatever fruit you like. From Health and Wealth.

    Recipe #499439

    Inspired by Paula Deen and posted on cheese-burger.net, this is a great way to use those sweet vidalia onions! I have not tried this yet, posting to try out.

    Recipe #499197

    This bread is great for sandwiches, the crumb is still soft like sandwich bread and the crust is not thick and coarse. A favorite bread for rolls, hamburger buns, sandwich bread and accompanying dinner. This is just like the rolls that were served with soup at the famous Hizzoner's Deli. I buy vital wheat gluten at Walmart, Ingles or the health food store. Enjoy!

    Recipe #498765

    I wish I'd had this when I was younger growing up in Miami. Vegan and full of flavor. It's all about the flavor! If you don't have spicy hummus, just add a little chipotle in adobe sauce or some sriracha sauce to regular hummus(and maybe a splash of lemon or lime juice to thin it out). For a change try mixing the mayo with a little Thai sweet chili sauce.

    Recipe #498758

    Lots of nutrition and yummy too. The weather is warming up here in North Carolina and smoothies are a must in warm weather!

    Recipe #498598

    Want to supercharge your day? Drink up this fully raw gatorade! It’s filled with energy, electrolytes, vitamin C,A, and E. Healthy and good for you too. Found this on Pinterest.

    Recipe #498488

    Blended almonds, cashews and nutritional yeast flakes create a velvety texture and taste that closely resembles that of real cheddar. Taste better than the real thing. Even better, it's free of isolated soy protein. The cheeze will have to chill at least 5 hours, so plan to make ahead. From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498278

    Creamy, thick and flavorful but very low in fat, only 1.5 grams per serving to be exact. This vegan tartar sauce will amaze your taste buds. Try it with the faux fish recipe. :)

    Recipe #498239

    These vegan fish patties are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside and tasty. Only 4 grams of fat per patty! Eat them on a bun with creamy tartar sauce.One reviewer said" Instead of the egg replacer, I used ground flax seed. I ground up a tablespoon of flaxseed right before it was time to add it. Then I immediately added 2-3 tablespoons of hot boiled water. I stirred until it was a egg like consistancy them added it the my faux fish mixture. It held together very well." Or use Bob's Red Mill Egg Replacer following directions on the back of the package. Enjoy!

    Recipe #498232

    With all the high fructose sugar in most bought barbecue sauces, it's best to make your own. Use this barbecue sauce in barbecue sandwichs or slice some tofu and slather it on and bake it in the oven. MVC coming from My Vegan Cookbook's blog.

    Recipe #498222

    Hearts of palm create an amazingly shredded pork like texture. This recipe is majorly quick and delicious! And can you believe fat free!? It's also soy free if you opt not to use the soy sauce. From My Vegan Cookbook blog. She's got great recipes!

    Recipe #498221

    I haven't eaten ham in many years. I've been trying out seitan recipes and this looks so good. Here's what the blog says. "The texture is perfection. It's just the right amount of chewy without being tough. It's tender without being too soft and so moist. And most importantly it's bursting with ham-like flavor." From My Vegan Cookbook, and found on Pinterest. I haven't made this yet but looking forward to making it. Putting here for safekeeping.

    Recipe #498216

    Serve this up with your favorite fresh made biscuits and it will have you thinking of the South! From erinwyso and the blog Olives for Dinner. Enjoy ya'll(Hey, I grew up in the south!)

    Recipe #497802

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