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    Recipe #36983

    I love homemade granola--I discovered it this spring when I found about 10 recipes for granola on the internet. This is my favorite conglomeration. Sometimes I add some sesame oil too, either in addition to or in place of the vegetable oil. Enjoy!

    Recipe #36974

    These are easy and healthy--great for lunch at home or school or work! Found at msn.com in an article on FAST meals!

    Recipe #36973

    this is a really, really good cake. I'm not that into cake, really, and especially golden cake, but this is a winner.

    Recipe #36863

    See my recipes for tortellini fillings--these are what I've used to fill this pasta.

    Recipe #36424

    This is AWESOME pasta sauce! Much different than alfredo-ish sauces, which I don't like. This one could be healthy, depending on which ingredients you use. I found the original version of this in a cookbook I received as a gift, but this is very different from that recipe.

    Recipe #36419

    Great salad dressing. I think if you left a couple of things out, it would still be good--it's very versatile. Just keep tasting it and add whatever seems right :-)

    Recipe #36417

    This is a wonderful guac recipe. My mom gave this to me; she had xeroxed it from what looks like maybe Taste of Home magazine. It is great! And definitely spicy. If you need more spice, add some hot sauce. I don't think you'll need it, though :-)

    Recipe #36401

    Recipe #36332

    Found this at www.allrecipes.com when I was in desperate pursuit of a good carrot cake recipe. I found the icing recipe elsewhere online. When this was finished and iced, I made some plain powdered sugar icing and colored it orange and green to make--you guessed it!--little carrots on top of the cake! It was beautiful and wonderful with the added citrus flavors! I froze half of this cake and it seemed to work just fine. It's also VERY cheap to make!

    Recipe #36304

    Someone was asking about kulfi on the boards awhile back; I got interested and made some myself! Found this online. It's easy and it tastes great--and the best part is that NO ice cream freezer is needed! (prep time is freezing time). It's also very cheap---I could imagine any college kid with a fridge/freezer in his dorm could make this as well! Enjoy!

    Recipe #36229

    These are really fun to make for a party or informal get together. I made them for New Years' Eve this past year and wrote my own fortunes. The guests were totally impressed with them! They are a little tricky to work with--you have to be fast and shape them while they are still warm so they don't set. Recipe courtesy of Gale Gand's show "Sweet Dreams."

    Recipe #36175

    Another great, easy ramen recipe. I've used this a lot, especially when school is in session! Cheap, quick and I always have the ingredients around (unless I haven't been to the store for like a month :-) )

    Recipe #36129

    Thank you again, Sara's Secrets! I got this recipe and idea for stuffed crust from Sara Moulton's show on the food network. Made it last week---yielded four little pizzas. I topped two with lots of spinach and fresh thinly sliced seeded roma tomatoes, and the others I made with stuffed crusts and topped with zucchini and tomatoes and cheese. You can also use this dough as a calzone or focaccia dough. You could easily make a batch of this and then freeze it and pull it out whenever you want!

    Recipe #36121

    I LOOOOVE this in the summer. One of my friend's moms gave this recipe to me about three years ago after I had it at his house. It's really great--especially if you just add the ramen RIGHT before serving it!

    Recipe #36091

    Really healthy soup, good to use when there's no time to spend in the kitchen!

    Recipe #35988

    Good basic pasta recipe.

    Recipe #35605

    I make this quite often. We love it; it has the right amount of spiciness, and you can adjust the spiciness to fit your tastes. We also use this sauce as a dip for spring rolls or egg rolls, or as a sauce for broccoli or other stir fried Asian vegetables.

    Recipe #34925

    YUM! And 99% fat free, according to Rachel Ray. I saw this on her show the other day and was so inspired I went out and bought ground turkey breast. It sounds weird to include apples but it makes these REALLY incredible!!! (Try the cranberry mayo idea too--see the recipe instructions!)

    Recipe #34901

    Great quick and healthy dinner.

    Recipe #34881

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