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    Tasty meatballs baked in a custard-like batter and topped with gravy. Serve with some steamed veggies (carrots? peas? spinach?) and dinner's all set. You can use all beef in the meatballs if that's what you have or prefer. It's based on "Yorkshire Burger" by Paul C. Kellogg in Pilsbury's Best of the Bake-Off Collection, 1959. But I cut it down and used my favourite meatball/meatloaf recipe. (If you double the meatball ingredients, you can use half for this recipe, and half for plain meatballs for freezing, and use the pan drippings for the gravy.)

    Recipe #449682

    A wonderful combination of some of my favourite dessert ingredients: pineapple, cream cheese, whipped cream, bananas, coconut, sugar. Quick, rich, delicious, not too sweet, and no baking! You could add some medium or fine shredded coconut (about 1/4 c.) to the graham cracker mixture, and sprinkle some on top. If you don't have (or don't like) coconut milk, you could omit it, and just add about 1/4 c. milk to the cream cheese mixture.

    Recipe #426212

    A soy-free version of the Chinese Sticky Rice dumplings wrapped in bamboo leaves, known as Joong, or Zhongzi that are traditionally eaten in late Spring for the Dragonboat Festival. You can buy them at Asian supermarkets (like T&T here), and my husband's family makes them, but they all have ingredients my son can't have. Usually these have dried shrimp or scallop, mushrooms, nuts, soy sauce, 5-spice powder, chinese sausage and egg, but yummy as they are, these all make my son itchy, so I improvised! Special thanks to W.K. Leung for his pictorial description here: You may want to see the pictures of the various packages he uses. If you don't need to avoid all those ingredients, you'll probably want to follow his recipe, as this one is a little bland (shhh, don't tell my son...) Wrapping the dumplings is tricky - I had to watch a few different videos, and even then, my first one took about 20 minutes! Eventually I figured it out. My best ones ended up as somewhat rectangular pyramids, rather than the tetrahedrons I usually see. This is a fairly time-consuming project, most families make it a group activity! Preparation time below is for one person doing it all herself for the first time, with a little "help" from my little man, and does not include overnight soaking time.

    Recipe #377147

    A protein bar with no refined carbs (except honey, which is ok for some people) and possibly no artificial sweeteners (depending on your whey powder). Most of the storebought ones are way too sweet, and this one is not that sweet but it does taste like real food! I use romano beans (Primo brand) because they are softer than most other kinds of beans, but other kinds of beans should be fine. You can use butter or margarine instead of the cocoa butter and canola oil.

    Recipe #151306

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