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    I had this at a friends house and realized it wasn't on Food.com and it definitely needed to be for everyone to try. A wonderful, easy dip to have with veggies, crackers, bagels or anything really. From can to eating in a matter of minutes, like 5 minutes. It is very good sitting next to eggs and toast as well.

    Recipe #477217

    This has a light curry air to it but is a complement to any vegan or vegetarian meal. I came up with it when I had an abundance of carrots and needed to add a bean or lentil component to my meal.

    Recipe #476578

    1 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    I developed this recipe to fit into a meal that had to sit awhile before it could be eaten. I needed to use leeks and I love apples and leeks together so what to do? It is a pudding or crust-less quiche type of dish you choose your terminology. You may also place it into a slightly cooked crust for a quiche. It is versatile, simple and easy to make which are all advantages. It turned out both elegant and tasty, even to my picky children who went back for seconds.

    Recipe #418580

    I started making this years ago when it was suggested that my fresh eggs would make really good mayonnaise. I didn't like the idea of soybean oil so I used my olive oil. Here it is best to use standard salad olive oil and not virgin or extra virgin. I have also left out the garlic and onion powders when preparing it for a poppy seed sweet dressing and have used lime juice. It doubles easily.

    Recipe #379245

    I keep fresh fruit and things on hand but the easiest and most enjoyable way to get them down the children with little to no waste is smoothies. Here is a good one I created. This has a texture to it my kids like a thick textured smoothie and this one meets their requirements.

    Recipe #362651

    I came up with this recipe because I love brownies and I am on a low Carb diet. I also like recipes that have ingredients that handy and easy to find. I like simple. So here is my version of a lo Carb sugar-free brownie that my kids fight over! I do add what tools to use because I absolutely hate tough brownies. These are moist yet still will have a crumble. Typically I use almond slivers in this to put a kick to the mufa it contains but any nut works.

    Recipe #359890

    This is NOT a no carb but lower than most raw, uncooked relish. I always get asked for my recipe on this no matter where I serve it. Quick, easy and great for those what do I bring luncheons! Due to the high acid content it will be good in the fridge for a week. However, it is a pleaser dish and never lasts 24 hours. I fix double and hide a dish in the back of the fridge.

    Recipe #340017

    I have Summer Squash running everywhere and am trying to find interesting things to do with it. I made this and served it with cheese omelets for breakfast. But it would be good as a side dish also. The kids ate it so I scored points.

    Recipe #304277

    3 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    I love this recipe for a quick and easy bread side dish. Again I took a basic and totally rewrote the recipe until it really had nothing to do with the original.

    Recipe #293484

    This is a fast bread recipe. It is a fried bread and goes great with most any meal. The kids love help with this one. It is one of the families favorites. I Serve these with Indian or African dishes, potatoes, veggies, or any dish you like, They also work as a good midday snack with chutney or jam.

    Recipe #288097

    Okay, I can't wait and like it strong, smooth, and sweet. LOL I looked at tons of recipes and this is what I came up with and I love it! So did some limoncello perfectionists I actually was brave enough to let try my concoction! I was so proud I had to share. It is a sweet liqueur you can sip on or add to anything. We prefer chilled and sipped with friends or family.

    Recipe #273895

    I was so frustrated trying to find a manageable recipe for this I made my own. I don't like the bread machine because I like to make several loaves at a time. This is more Scandinavian than Slavic in nature. A bit lighter but full of flavor and robust enough to hold your kraut and pastrami or butter and jam. The dough is stickier than normal Whole Wheat bread so don't get discouraged it isn't as hard as it sounds. I use a Bosch but have translated for standard stand mixer.

    Recipe #263946

    1 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    I invented this because I don't like dry bread puddings but prefer the moist rich variety. So here is my version of an old favorite. Rich and moist but less sweet and thus the option of Dutch Honey #71143 for a topping. The family has dubbed it a favorite.

    Recipe #262528

    1 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    I came up with this looking for an inexpensive lunch dish and or a quick bread accompaniment for stews and stir fries. My kids love them anytime of day or night, hot or cold, with mustard, ketchup, or sweet chili sauce or just in the hand and out the door.

    Recipe #258119

    A fast pancake for snacks, lunches, side dish and bread companion.

    Recipe #258109

    1 Reviews |  By Maeven6

    This is a rich moist cornbread and served with greens or peas it is a full meal in itself. This cornbread and a glass of milk or buttermilk will fill the hungriest boy or man.

    Recipe #254020

    With my large family quick, easy, and healthy are the biggest factor in menu items.

    Recipe #253543

    I made this up when I was in a hurry for a comfort food for the clan. I just used what was in the pantry and fridge.

    Recipe #253542

    I had three quarts of cream and needed to make butter. This had been separating for a couple of weeks. I use raw milk and skim the cream from the top. I took the 'Butter in my Kitchen Aid' recipe here on the Zaar and modified it for my Bosch. I used the cookie paddles.

    Recipe #236616

    This is an easy healthy way to serve lots of greens. You can add whatever spices you and your family enjoy. We like a bit of curry powder. I make my own pepper vinegar and it is a must for us in this dish.

    Recipe #236329

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