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    This is my version of the famous (and effective) 7-Day Soup Diet. The secret of this soup is low(er) carb veggies—like kale, watercress, turnips, pumpkin/squash, carrots, chayote, chards, chicory, okra, rutabaga (very low carb), brussels sprouts, chiles—use your imagination! Day 2: the potato seemed like a blessing from God. Day 4: mashed bananas with milk + honey/splenda. Day 5: the combination of steaks and tomatoes was divine. To salads or fresh veggies I added a little bit of extra-virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar. (Servings reflect only the days you eat the soup.)

    Recipe #476655

    Another recipe from the Herdez web site that seems really delicious.

    Recipe #450376

    I found this in the Herdez web site. Did not try yet, but sounded delicious and easy, so decided to publish here for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #450375

    My friend Inge makes these healthy muffins she likes to eat at breakfast. Hope you also enjoy them!

    Recipe #449539

    Pvt Amys Mom's "Quick Chile Relleno Casserole" inspired me to make this variation. Using whole wheat flour will result on a denser dough, but still soft. It is absolutely delicious--hot or cold!--and not so spicy. (If you want an even milder taste, use green bell peppers.)

    Recipe #426373

    I am not a big fan of maraschino cherries, yet, I love these. They are very easy to make and look beautiful. Everyone who tried, loved them. (Find maraschino cherries with stems in the liquor area of supermarkets.)

    Recipe #408922

    Don't discard this recipe for its simplicity: it really is delicious. We made for our 2009 Christmas party and everybody loved it. Hope you enjoy it. ("Servings" is a wild guess, since it yields 90 little weels!)

    Recipe #408338

    Boy, oh, boy! Is this good?! Everybody who tries, loves and raves about it. (From the book "The Spirit of Christmas,' volume 8, I believe.)

    Recipe #408138

    I love this cake--and it IS indeed moist. From Pamela Westland's "Celebrating Christmas." It is so easy to make. I baked it in a giant gingerbread man pan and decorated with colorful dragees--beautiful! You might consider doubling the recipe, since it makes a small cake.

    Recipe #408127

    From "The Spirit of Christmas Book III," Leisure arts, 1989. Made it for 2009 Christmas party—delicious, and not too "fruity." People who don't like fruitcake loved it. It has the most delicious scent when you unwrap it that remains until the last slice is eaten. I believe it took mine no more than 2 hours to bake. Keep an eye on it, so the cake won't dry.

    Recipe #408119

    This is from Southern Living (Dec/2000) on-line; made a few adaptations. It was a bit hit last Christmas--very pretty to look at and simply DELICIOUS. I made it as an oblong gift box. It is extremely easy to make and looks like you worked for hours.

    Recipe #408100

    This recipe is from I didn't make it yet, but sounds good.

    Recipe #404812

    Someone brought this to my Christmas party and loved it! The taste reminded me a lot of the "kuchen" my German-Brazilian grandmother used to make in Brazil, when I was a kid. (By the way, this is how we make carrot cake in Brazil, using a blender; we just don't add the spices.)

    Recipe #392811

    When I make this recipe I use cracked corn instead of cornmeal. It takes a little bit to cook, but it is well worth the time. It is delicious, extremely reach and you can also serve it during a dinner party. My guests always love it.

    Recipe #387896

    This very easy and delicious. I skip the browning and use dried onions, and it still comes out delicious!

    Recipe #379762

    From "Taste of Home" comes this delicious, refreshing and simple recipe. I sometimes don't toast the coconut and mix it with the rest of the ingredients. Also, I never use coconut extract.

    Recipe #378633

    Made it last night and was surprised at how good it tasted. This is a simple and filling dish.

    Recipe #377776

    Although I have not a drop of Irish blood, I love boiled fruitcake! This delicious recipe is from "In an Irish Country Kitchen," by Clare Connery. I reduced the cooking time, because I think the cake gets a bit too dry. Give it a try: I know you will love it!

    Recipe #376394

    My daughter loved this cake, so I named it after her. I believe I got the recipe from Taste of Home, but not sure. It is very easy and very good too.

    Recipe #376334

    From “Perfect Preserves,” by Nora Carey comes this recipe, delicious to eat and so pretty to look at! Be sure to choose very firm strawberries or the result will be a bunch of mushy things, instead of the beautiful "jewels" floating in the amber syrup. Even if that's what you end up with, it's so delicious you won't mind it on cake or ice cream! (My note: I used seven pint jars.)

    Recipe #375312

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