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    I created this for Christmas Eve when all the grocery store had were topped bries with high fructose corn syrup. Came out fantastic and we couldn't stop eating it. Putting it here so I have it for next time I want brie. :) Prep time does not include soaking the craisins. Preserved walnuts are hard to come by so if you don't have them, just omit.

    Recipe #492425

    This is so yummy, I am addicted. I wanted a lassi like the ones from my Indian place, but with less fat and sugar. Super smooth, and really satisfies that need for a smoothie or ice cream, while being very healthy! My kids love this too. The mango taste is so distinctive, the stevia is undetectable. Of course you could use sugar or honey to sweeten to taste as well but that will add sugar and calories.

    Recipe #478558

    These are a makeover of Recipe #452870. I un-veganized them, reduced the sugar, amped up the lemon, and used white whole wheat flour. These are light and delicious, not to sweet but sweet enough. Very popular here! The poppyseeds add a lovely texture.

    Recipe #478377

    Sometimes a vegetarian misses those old comfort-food staples. Salad sandwiches are so great in hot weather, so I engineered this one and am pretty chuffed at how it came out.

    Recipe #461439

    I wanted a thick cookie to duplicate the ones at Max and Erma's, which my mom adores. I came up with this, which is similar to many such recipes, but the real trick to the flavor and thickness is in the cornstarch and the turbinado sugar. The result is a sinfully decadent and flavorful cookie. My mom said Max and Erma's cookies will now make her sad to eat, because they aren't nearly as good as these. I'm not a fan of white chocolate macadamia, and even I had trouble laying off them. Prep time does not include refrigeration. (I don't recommend skipping the fridge step--cold dough helps with the thicker consistency.)

    Recipe #458948

    A really nice recipe for summer ingredients. Very healthy, very satisfying. And easy!

    Recipe #432934

    I've never eaten eggplant this way, and it's so good. It gains an almost meaty texture and really makes the dish something special. It's earned a regular rotation on our dinner menu. The ingredients look simple but the flavor is restaurant-quality. For the Szechuan sauce, I use Recipe #72983. It makes double the amount needed for this recipe, so use half and save the rest, or just halve the recipe when making it.

    Recipe #430162

    I couldn't find the perfect 100% whole wheat graham recipe so I made one. These are highly popular with kids and come together very quickly. You can replace a little of the flour with milled flax, wheat germ, oat bran, or whatever you like. And you can make chocolate grahams by adding 1/3 cup cocoa. Crunch them up to make graham crumbs, which are useful for a lot of things. ALSO, this recipe makes an AMAZING pie crust. Please NOTE: The instructions below are specific about rolling these out very thin, and baking until crisp. If you end up with anything but crisp crackers, they weren't rolled thin enough, and/or they weren't baked long enough.

    Recipe #430121

    My family has a real love affair going with this one. So far, the loaf has not survived to see room temperature--we scarf the whole thing while it's still warm. It would be great for toast or sandwiches....but so far it hasn't made it long enough to see those iterations. It's a dense loaf, but not heavy, and has a certain natural sweetness and toothiness to it that is really seductive. Prep time includes time for rising.

    Recipe #430067

    I've been experimenting with homemade peanut butter lately. I tried adding some honey as the sweetener, and while it wasn't what I wanted for peanut butter, it makes a great treat! These are plenty sweet for a dessert, but without a bunch of carbs and sugars. Simple, healthy, and easy to eat. My kids eat the whole batch in minutes. Lots of room for variation--can add crisped rice, chocolate chips, coconut, dried fruits, anything! I know there are a lot of peanut butter ball recipes on here, but this one is unique in its simplicity and healthiness.

    Recipe #429639

    I "iron chefed" this one based on items I had on hand. Amazingly, it turned out to be the best ice cream I ever had. When I tasted the custard in the fridge, I very seriously considered serving the custard as dessert without even churning it into ice cream. The taste is amazing. Very very rich, but not heavy, not too sweet, with lots of flavor nuance. Truly premium. Prep time does not include time to chill in the fridge.

    Recipe #429362

    I recently fell in love with chole. Locally, menu dishes called "saag" are made with spinach, which is why I've listed it as Palak/Saag. I've played around with this, increasing the amount of spinach to tomato, lowering the fat and salt, etc. This is a healthy, tasty dish that is great with naan, roti, or even dosas.

    Recipe #428249

    Mm, we can't get enough of these at our house. It is not a superduper sweet muffin, but a muffin where the flavors of the ingredients come out. And it is just sweet enough to fulfill that certain longing for something sweet. Yet is is pretty low sugar and packed with healthy ingredients. Of course you can omit the raisins or the walnuts, but I think they're perfect as-is. :) My own recipe. I love to tinker with muffin recipes. These have a beautiful crown and a gorgeous color. And of course they make the house smell heavenly when they're baking.

    Recipe #425067

    I adapted this from vegancoach.com. Simplified it, reduced the portion size and the oil content. Delicious, simple flavors that work amazingly well together. For such a simple dish, this is a very elegant, pretty, and tasty dish. My family scarfed it down.

    Recipe #424335

    The cheese sauce is from vegancoach.com. I added the beans and grains to it for a surprisingly good dinner. I'm not vegan, but this looked good--and it was. It's not just like regular cheese because it isn't regular cheese...but it's creamy, flavorful, delicious and sure has a lot of nutrition. If you're using canned beans, you can omit the salt in the sauce. Of course, you can swap out the grains for others (such as brown rice), or use all of one. Just keep the proportions the same. This can be a main dish or a side.

    Recipe #423303

    Based on a recipe by Vegancoach.com. These are crunchy and delicious.

    Recipe #423302

    No canned soup in this one, though you could use a can of mushroom soup and a can of celery soup in place of the powdered milk mixture. I cobbled together a few different recipes and made some change of my own to create this. It's like a much tastier, much healthier hamburger helper.

    Recipe #419202

    This is a simple but really delicious recipe I've developed over time. In spite of being whole grain, they are pretty light. Applesauce replaces the fat, and it isn't missed at all. They're sweet without being too sweet, and disappear right after I make them. My toddlers, hubby, and I all love them. Of course there's plenty of room for variation with this recipe--any type of dried fruit can be put in, you can play with spices, or add some packed pumpkin puree. Lots of options. ADDED NOTE: I figured out why these haven't risen for me the last couple times--I neglected to transfer the baking soda when I entered this recipe. That's fixed now and these should be as delicious as ever now!

    Recipe #409362

    I found this recipe on texascooking.com. I altered it a bit to use half whole wheat, and found the dough too dry, so upped the oil content. I also use a press instead of rolling them out--far easier. These are soft, chewy, and delicious. Perfect for gorditas or fajitas, though we usually just eat them out of hand. I cook mine on my griddle, since it tolerates being heated for a long period with no oil on it. If you like large tortillas, you can divide the dough to fewer balls.

    Recipe #408216

    I adapted this recipe from one I saw in All You magazine. I reduced the butter, added some strawberries (though these could be left out), used whole wheat flour, and made it one large dessert instead of the individual ramekins. My hubby didn't think he liked rhubarb until he tried this! I'd been craving it, and this really hit the spot. I used frozen rhubarb since it's out of season, but fresh could be used as well. Very easy to make!

    Recipe #407843

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