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    These are so I can feel OK with my toddler son eating them. Obviously, you could omit the chocolate chips and they'd be even better... but I didn't want to go crazy. I use "Earth Balance" margarine and "Enjoy Life" chocolate chips because they're dairy-free. I also have substituted 1/2 a cup of the whole wheat flour with garbanzo bean flour.

    Recipe #427531

    This is just another iteration of a healthy muffin recipe. Don't expect a bakery muffin - these are hardcore.

    Recipe #420922

    I confess that these measurements are my best guess. The chicken and onion were supposed to go on a pizza but when it came time to make the crust, I discovered I was out of yeast. So I made this up and I think it came out really well.

    Recipe #420911

    The crust is from recipe number 13546 - I cut down the salt and added some spices to the dough. The rest is just my own idea of a tasty pizza.

    Recipe #416628

    I keep trying to make bran muffins more interesting... Obviously, you could use dairy and/or soy products instead. The almonds are there because I like a little texture and protein. You could just use another 1/4 c of flour or bran. The original bran muffin recipe called for 1/4 of honey or molasses, but I like to cut down on sugar so I use the applesauce instead. Enjoy Life brand makes dairy- and soy-free chocolate chips if you don't like carob.

    Recipe #413086

    This is an adaptation of a recipe from Club Running magazine. It makes a very hearty dinner. The resulting casserole is thick, not at all runny, so you may want to add sauce or reduce pasta if you prefer it wetter. The cook time includes the sauce and pasta as well as the casserole itself.

    Recipe #411150

    This is based on a recipe that was featured in the Kenosha (WI) News. The recipe is from the Twin Oaks Country Inn in Wilmot, WI. I made a few changes based on my preferences and things I had available. For example, the original recipe called for breadcrumbs, but I used crushed walnuts. I also made changes to the sauce so that it would be dairy-free. Other changes were more minor - red balsamic vinegar instead of white, horseradish sauce instead of fresh, lime juice instead of lemon, etc. It is surprisingly easy and very tasty.

    Recipe #408986

    Just a simple vegetable dish - nice to serve with a crusted chicken breast or grilled fish. No particular inspiration.

    Recipe #406388

    This is based on the ubiquitous "Vegan Chocolate Cake." I've made some alterations so that a) it's not quite as sweet and b) it is more like a spice cake consistency.

    Recipe #395311

    This is a pseudo-jerk chicken marinade that makes chicken suitable for a number of uses - with grilled vegetables, in fajitas, etc.

    Recipe #391866

    We hadn't had tuna noodle casserole in over a year because of my son's allergies. I researched dairy-free cream of mushroom soup recipes and found recipe # 107359. The recipe below includes a variation on that recipe. My version does include soybean oil which is safe for many with soy allergies, but the shortening could be replaced with olive or corn oil.

    Recipe #391532

    This is just my version of the spread.

    Recipe #389117

    This is adapted from a recipe in a recent Family Circle magazine. I used turkey instead of beef and made my own salsa. Also, I didn't use mayo and I altered some of the amounts of other ingredients. It makes a very juicy burger.

    Recipe #387878

    Just my own version of spicy chili. It helps to have a garden with fresh spicy peppers and big tomatoes. If you haven't cooked with cayenne peppers before - don't be deceived by their small size. They pack a punch. I mince them in their entirety - no removal of seeds or membranes.

    Recipe #387619

    I made this up because I was the only adult home and I had one chicken breast and a very fresh tomato from my garden. I don't usually measure ingredients when I'm making something up, so this is an approximation of what it would take to make the meal for two. I'm pretty sure its tastiness was enhanced by the garden-picked, juicy tomato.

    Recipe #385635

    Recipe 22063 was the foundation of this one - slightly altered from the original. It makes a VERY juicy chicken. And very spicy, too, although you can tame it according to your taste.

    Recipe #385597

    This is a recipe I've seen credited to EatingWell.com. I made some slight revisions: more spice, only whole wheat flour, dark beer, less vinegar and lime juice and mint in the salsa instead of cilantro. I omitted the salt entirely. I used a large, shallow frying pan so I was able to cook all the pieces at once.

    Recipe #385112

    These pancakes are heartier than the average pancake. I created them to serve as a meal for my picky milk-allergic toddler who won't eat anything from a spoon or fork. Those without milk allergies could substitute cow's milk, water, or any other kind of "milk." I've also made them with other fruit or vegetable purees

    Recipe #383975

    These chicken breasts are moist and spicy and very easy to make. Served with spinach and couscous. Recipes number 28664 and 205674 were the inspiration. If you prepare the chicken breasts and filling in advance, the meal can be cooked and ready for family or guests in under 20 minutes.

    Recipe #383462

    This dish uses the recipe for "Ground Beef and Potatoes (Oh so simple)" on this website as its base. I added veggies and spice to make it a meal. It's comfort food, but a tad healthier than some comfort foods.

    Recipe #381669

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