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    This was one of the best types of stuffing I have ever had, so I wanted to remember exactly what I did! I used Wegmans store brand "sage pork sausage" but you could use a breakfast sausage, and perhaps add a little extra dried ground sage. If you need this to be gluten-free, be sure to check ALL your ingredients, including the sausage!

    Recipe #492411

    There are lots of recipes for baked oatmeal with pumpkin in them, but not this much pumpkin! It's fairly moist, dense and chewy, mildly sweet, and very filling.

    Recipe #488601

    I made some changes to a recipe I found on a blog ( based on what I had in the kitchen at the time and what I was in the mood for. I'm sure it's excellent as written, too! It makes a very thick/dry finished product.

    Recipe #488480

    1 Reviews |  By mayness

    This was sort of a side-recipe in an Everyday Food email, designed to accompany broiled chili-lime chicken thighs. It sounds simple and tasty!

    Recipe #479111

    This is one of the recipes I've developed to eat while on Lyle McDonald's "Rapid Fat Loss" program. It's a little carb-heavy, but if the rest of your day has been on track there's no harm in eating 1/4 of this. :) Just count the protein from the cheese - the Kraft brand has 8g per serving.

    Recipe #460235

    This is one of the recipes I've developed for eating while on Lyle McDonald's "Rapid Fat Loss" plan. It's a nice vegetarian meal to give you a break from chicken and fish! I cook it in advance for a quick breakfast - it tastes great cold, too. If you're not on RFL you can use real cheese and whole eggs and I bet it would be great!

    Recipe #460234

    I haven't tried this one yet, but it is so easy and uses ingredients I almost always have around. It came from a chocolate episode of Paula Deen's show. She recommends serving it on yellow rice.

    Recipe #459210

    1 Reviews |  By mayness

    This "hummus" has no chick peas, making it great for a primal/paleo diet or anyone else who doesn't eat beans. There are 3 variations listed (four if you count the base recipe). It was posted on and created by the author of

    Recipe #453153

    These are guilt-free and melt in your mouth. "Creamed coconut" might also be known as "coconut butter" or "coconut cream concentrate," and you can find recipes to make your own from fresh or dried coconut online. Cooking time = chilling time.

    Recipe #448801

    The original recipe comes from Meagan of "Health-Bent" and can be found here: I just changed the sweetener because I don't foresee myself buying palm or coconut sugar any time soon (I don't bake often). Chilling time not included in cook time.

    Recipe #444638

    This is from Alice Walters' "The Art of Simple Food" and I saw it recommended on a blog.

    Recipe #444594

    The credit for this goes to the eHow page "How to Make Bacon Bath Salts." I haven't made it yet, and their amounts weren't exact so use your judgment. (I'm assuming this is safe enough to put down the drain because there's such a tiny amount of grease relative to a bathtub full of water.)

    Recipe #444467

    1 Reviews |  By mayness

    This recipe is very slightly modified from, one of my favorite blogs (Emily, if you see this, I hope you don't mind - I just want to make it easier to find!). The chili powder is the thing that makes this so much better than any other dip - don't be skimpy, the other creamy ingredients balance it out so it's not spicy.

    Recipe #444218

    1 Reviews |  By mayness

    I invented this recipe when I bought a bottle of ranch dressing by accident. =] My dressing was "peppercorn ranch" so I didn't use any pepper, and the dressing has plenty of salt for my taste, but season as you'd like. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #433078

    I modified a recipe in The Joy of Cooking to make this, which suited our tastes better (and used things I actually had in the house!). I think this would even be a hit with people who don't usually like cabbage. For the "milk or light cream" I used 1/2 cup skim milk and 1/2 cup fat-free half-and-half. I actually used a bag of cole slaw mix (shredded cabbage and carrots) for the cabbage, so this was REALLY quick to make!

    Recipe #410134

    1 Reviews |  By mayness

    I made this with fat-free half & half to lighten it up a bit. I couldn't tell from the original recipe whether to simmer the carrots covered or uncovered - doing it covered made a fairly thin soup. If you want a thicker soup, I'd imagine leaving it uncovered would help. From The Joy of Cooking.

    Recipe #409379

    This recipe is based on one in The Joy of Cooking, I adapted it for the crock pot and made a couple of other changes. As written here, it's pretty low in fat, but you can use bacon instead of the ham if you want something a little more indulgent. (Prep time does not include soaking time.)

    Recipe #402953

    2 Reviews |  By mayness

    I found this recipe online while looking for a good veggie-filled meatloaf. I made a few changes, even though I haven't made it yet. It sounds like it would be good with ground turkey or chicken as well (with the corresponding stock). The web site I found it on recommended topping with a salad made from baby salad leaves, lentils, carrot, onion, and tomato and red pepper chutney. I plan on topping it with tomato sauce or BBQ sauce.

    Recipe #363580

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