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    Looking for a way to use up an abundance of apples, I stumbled across this recipe on Pinterest and traced it to bunnysoven.com. She gives credit to Examiner.Com, from Anne Marie Hurley, Livonia, Michigan. I took the liberty of tweeking this just a little. What makes this cake killer is the caramel frosting you make and pour over the cake. Make the cake let it cool , make the caramel sauce and pour the hot caramel sauce over the cake. Uh huh, gooey delicious caramel over a moist apple filled cake. It's easy, fast to make and incredibly delicious. This is a keeper!

    Recipe #514058

    A mild flavored, hearty and sturdy loaf with rye flour and ground raw almonds. Allow about 1 3/4 hours for rising time. 8 1/2" by 4 1/2" medium loaf, 6-8 medium sized burger buns. Easily doubled. Enjoy!

    Recipe #513960

    Okay, so you make egg in a basket, then the other slice of bread has gruyere cheese and asparagus! I'm excited just thinking about it. Recipe from Cooking Stoned.

    Recipe #513449

    These are easy to make and taste way better than anything you can get at the store (Yves). The texture is freakishly sausage-like, and you can grill them on the BBQ after the steaming. There is nothing these sausages can't do. Go crazy with the spicing: fennel, rosemary, sage, thyme, basil, oregano, parsley. Feel free to throw in whatever you want.

    Recipe #511520

    I would love to be in Austria right now, at a little outdoor cafe, sipping this warm and soothing drink. I usually sub whipped coconut cream instead of the dairy version. From Bon Apetit, 1991 and posted on Epicurious.

    Recipe #508748

    Apple slices with nut butter are a great healthy snack. Now, this delicious flavor combo can be enjoyed in these luscious pancakes. For gluten-free, use gluten-free flour. This recipe makes eight pancakes. From Nut Butter Universe by Robin Robertson and posted on One Green Planet.

    Recipe #506815

    This recipe yields a delicious and healthy red beet side dish. The slices will come out slightly crunchy. If you prefer them a little softer just leave them in the oven long enough until they’re as soft as you want them to be. The flavour of these beets combines tangy lemon with thyme and honey. It’s a great side dish or side salad but you can also use these beets as ingredients for other dishes like pasta salads. This will add some extra colour and flavour. From Baltic Maid.

    Recipe #505713

    Kartoffelgemüse mit Erbsen, Mohrrüben und Mais in German. Potatoes accompany many German meals. You’ll often find a side of carrots and peas in a creamy sauce on your plate as well. It makes a very tasty combination together with potatoes. So it ‘s not surprising that someone thought of a recipe that combines both of these sides in one dish. Not only is it tasty but it is also easy to make and you’ll only end up with only one dirty pan. As a little bonus, you’ll also find some corn added to this dish. I've changed the dish to use vegetable broth instead of water to give more flavor but it's good with the water too.

    Recipe #505384

    Nice and crispy in all the little nooks and crannys! Racheal serves this with applesauce, but I think I prefer ketchup. I may try subbing the sour cream with ranch dressing to change it up. I personally don't care for horseradish, so I leave it out. I wonder how it would be with garlic for a dinner waffle? From Racheal Rays' TV show(Waffle week)

    Recipe #504847

    Making spaetzle is easy, with no fancy equipment needed: a coarse grater, colander, or wide perforated spoon or ladle with 1/4-inch holes will work well. From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #500931

    Pumpkin seeds give earthy flavor and lovely color to this side dish. This recipe is part of New Austrian Cuisine, via Bon Appetit. The original recipe calls for pumpkin seed oil, but as it may be hard to find I have substituted sunflower seed oil. You will need a spaetale maker, ricer, or piping bag to make the spaetzle.

    Recipe #500930

    This recipe will easily double for a big group or potluck. If you can, use lacinato kale, it's not as tough as curly kale and lends itself well to raw salads like this one.The dressing is lovely with orange juice, mustard, and balsamic vinegar!

    Recipe #499998

    Nummy nums! This looks like bacon and even smells like it when cooking. I'm having fun making different seitan(or gluten) recipes. This fulfills that craving I have once in a while for the taste of bacon, without the meat, fat and nitrates. In order to make this recipe ”look” like bacon you will need to make two separate seitan doughs, one red and one white. Layering them and then slicing makes it look like bacon! From veggieinmilwaukee.

    Recipe #498364

    Made with gluten flour and chili beans(and more yummy ingredients)! The original title is Seitan Hot Dogs. Here's what the blog says,"These hot dogs are delicious, definitely a step above those you buy in the grocery store and isolated soy free. These may have twice the calories of the store bought ones but they are almost twice the size. You will need parchment paper for this recipe(although you might could sub wax paper). I use Bush's beans for a reason, the flavor is perfect. I tried using other brands of canned beans and they just didn't taste the same." From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498219

    A vegan sausage link inspired by Field Roast's Apple & Sage vegan sausage. A hint of clove was added to give them a unique flavor. Putting here for safekeeping. From My Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #498217

    Here's a fun breakfast you can make. Pancakes, poured into muffin cups, baked and filled with strawberry sauce or your favorite topping. Adapted from Real Mom Kitchen. Other toppings may include your favorite jam, cream cheese and honey, nutella, maple syrup, whipped cream, fresh fruit, etc.

    Recipe #496780

    Adapted from Sandra Lee, I have changed it to make it vegetarian.This is good, even using water to cook the rice.

    Recipe #460063

    Got a craving for brats but don't eat meat anymore or just want something more healthy? The brats have saur kraut in them and when you put them in a bun add more with mustard to make a great sandwich! Thanks to Joni Marie Newman for the recipe. Joni, you have great recipes. Check out her blog:justthefood.com.

    Recipe #459892

    I got a craving for something chocolate! So I looked around and found these decadent cookies punctuated by bursts of tart cherry sweetness. These will impress your loved ones and anybody else who tries them! Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #458964

    I found this on another site and tweeked it just a little, adding lemon juice. Great with a holiday meal, or any weeknight is great too.

    Recipe #457784

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