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    Picked up this recipe from my boss, but I wanted to tweak it to be a little lighter and leaning less toward the artery clogging side. The result is excellent and nobody knew it was the "light" version. (Evidence based on the 20 college aged boys who devoured the pan in less than 10 minutes!)

    Recipe #390912

    Not your plain old banana bread. We ate the whole loaf in 2 days because it was so good. The dark chocolate chips are creamy and distinctive in flavor against the raspberries which add a really fresh flavor burst! (and a fun surprise!) I last made this recipe on a whim at 9:30 at night. The whole prep time to oven is less than 5 minutes which is any busy person's dream! FYI: Make sure to use SUPER RIPE bananas. (blackened skin, the nastier looking the better) Recipezaar won't let me choose ripe bananas as an ingredient.

    Recipe #390877

    Delicious fall flavored pancake-bake that is light, colorful, healthy and best of all easy to make. I have made it a couple of ways. You can use just one type of fruit or more for color and flavor. This recipe works really well with Pear by itself. I would bet that an apple would be really nice by itself too. Use whatever is in season. I am really liberal with the cinnamon, so I probably use more than the 1/2 teaspoon total that I put in the recipe. This will impress any brunch guest or Christmas morning guest (think: inlaws!) I hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

    Recipe #390874

    Savory, yet light, tangy and delicious. Great when you are trying to eat more salad! Switch up the dressing and try something new. Give those taste buds a work out with this fabulous vinaigrette! This dressing makes alot, so cut in half if you don't have a large household.

    Recipe #357082

    A little piece of heaven. The pungent flavor of the asiago and black pepper works well with more bitter greens like field greens and spinach. Pair with dried fruit and nuts on the salad and you have a salad lover's dream. This recipe makes ALOT of dressing, so cut in half if you don't have a large household. Buy high quality asiago cheese in a block and use a shredder at home to shred it before blending if you want.

    Recipe #357080

    This recipe is absolutely to die for, and life altering. Combine the ultra creamy cake part with a bittersweet ganache, raspberry jelly and marzipan and you will just fall out of your seat. You will impress your guests and be the hit of any event with this recipe. I promise you. Make this and you will never eat regular restaurant's supposedly flourless chocolate cake again. I hope you enjoy this piece of deliciousness as much as our family has! The ingredients listed are for one layer of the cake. You will have to double the cake ingredients to make the upper and lower levels.

    Recipe #357078

    Found on the internet and made today for superbowl. YUMMY! Had to switch up the cook time and some of the ingredients, but the end product was delicious! I switched out the cornstarch for cream of tartar because that is all I had in the house, and then I added maybe a 1/4 cup of flour to thicken it up a little more turning the sauce into a sauce and a glaze for the meatballs

    Recipe #353392

    yummy delicious tomato, basil garlic based pasta sauce from a co-worker. after we made the recipe once her way, we made our own take on it to better suit our tastes by adding oregano, adding and simmering the meat in the sauce for an extended length of time, tripling the garlic, and adding the mushrooms and green peppers. Add what works for your family's tastes and you will hopefully create a pleasant surprise like we did! Im a sauce novice, so taking a friends and making it mine is a really fun task!

    Recipe #353326

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