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    Though firm when raw, cranberries fall quickly to even just a little heat. You don’t have to bake them long. When finished, they are warm and almost melt in your mouth. This is how the cranberry is meant to be enjoyed!

    Recipe #513322

    Roasted cranberries and soft and gooey Brie cheese, this is so good, and it's so pretty too! You can use the recipe I have posted( ), or use cranberry sauce of your choice. Enjoy! Recipe by Jerry James Stone on Cooking Stoned.

    Recipe #513321

    From Laura Wright, The First Mess and posted on FoodB52

    Recipe #512647

    Delicious but with a sweet flair that you'll fall in love with! This will hit the spot and satisfy your craving for a chunky, sweet, peppery, crunchy style sandwich. Full of texture and flavor, it's a hearty salad that will comfort you and leave you feeling completely satisfied. This can be served as a traditional or open faced sandwich. Or simply serve on a bed of lettuce and skip the bread. I use regular mayo when I don't have vegan. From The Simple Veganista.

    Recipe #512511

    Healthy fruit tea cooked in slow cooker. From slavasrecipes.

    Recipe #511195

    If you’re a fan of Nutella go grab the crockpot, it’s time for some Crockpot Nutella Hot Chocolate! Crockpot Nutella Hot Chocolate is the perfect addition to your winter parties, family gatherings, and Thanksgiving and Christmas get togethers! From The Frugal Girls.

    Recipe #509140

    A classic, and for good reason! Recipe adapted from Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen by Trisha Yearwood.

    Recipe #507783

    A tourtière is a traditional French Canadian double crusted meat pie, that’s seasoned with Fall inspired spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg. It’s typically made with pork, but this recipe uses puy lentils. Ground walnuts are added in to make it more ground meat like. I haven't tried this yet, but it looks so good! It holds together just like a meat pie should. It’s flavourful enough on it’s own but a little gravy never hurts either.

    Recipe #507332

    Split pea soup recipes are often flavored with ham hocks, but this veg version gets its smoky taste from smoked paprika and chipotle chiles. Sweet potatoes and split peas are good sources of potassium, which lowers blood pressure. If split peas are old(after about 1-2 years) they will not get tender, so check the date. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine(Feb. 2010).

    Recipe #506947

    Grownups and kids alike will adore this zippy iced tea, with its summery mix of black and hibiscus herbal tea that’s punched up with lemon juice, sugar and lots of fresh berries. From Woman's Day Kitchen.

    Recipe #506386

    Maple syrup intensifies the sweetness of tomatoes in this recipe for Tomate Confite au Sirop d'Érable. Serve these with toothpicks as an appetizer or on salads, pizza, and pastas. Double or triple this, you'll be glad you did! This recipe first appeared in The Sweet Life, a story about Quebec's second-largest maple syrup-producing region, Bas-St-Laurent. From Saveur magazine(issue #136).

    Recipe #505727

    By way of Martha Stewart, this is a delicious and pretty bread. The aroma while cooking will make you happy, and hungry! There is about a 3 hour rising time. Found on Pinterest posted by The Diva Dish.

    Recipe #498743

    This recipe takes canned baked beans and kicks up the flavor without a lot of work. Much nicer than just warming up a can and a lot easier than cooking beans from scratch. From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498584

    This recipe serves 8, and the amounts in the brackets are to cut the recipe down to 2 servings. To make this healthier, sub 1 cup whole wheat flour for 1 of the cups of the all purpose flour, use non dairy milk, use margarine( I use smart balance), and light cream cheese. From Just a Pinch.

    Recipe #496307

    Adapted from Taste of Home magazine. “My family loves this tasty, satisfying soup made from a recipe that I developed myself,“ says field editor Esther Shank of Harrisonburg, Virginia.I have changed the chicken bouillon granules to vegetable and use non dairy milk.

    Recipe #493147

    A great way to get your fiber and nutrients! You can make it up in big batches and portion it into small containers to grab and go in the morning. Adapted from Rachael Ray's Yum-O Family cookbook.

    Recipe #416171

    A great raw recipe using Golden Delicious or Fuji apples and dates. Recipe courtesy of Sprout Raw Food by Jackie Graff. From the Hallelujah Diet Cookbook.

    Recipe #411922

    A duff is a popular dessert enjoyed in England and Scotland. This was submitted to Penzey's by Kathy Valentine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #407278

    Made with frozen blueberries - this oh so easy to make little ring is killer (which is a good thing). From Sam the Cooking Guy.

    Recipe #407102

    This sauce has a complex tart flavor with a touch of heat. Mix it with plain yogurt, over oatmeal, grits, or polenta, or just eat plain or with a muffin or piece of toast.

    Recipe #404736

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