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    5 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This is one of our favorite Smoothie recipes. It is quick to make and so delicious too!

    Recipe #385077

    4 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This is my favorite way to make oatmeal. I'm sure you could vary the fruit to get different versions to try.

    Recipe #352837

    4 Reviews |  By Julie F

    A green salad with edamame, feta and a sesame vinaigrette dressing. I found this recipe on a package of frozen edamame and found a sesame vinaigrette on this website that went with it perfectly.

    Recipe #287231

    4 Reviews |  By Julie F

    Crispy chicken in a quick and easy dish that can be served over rice or noodles. From Family Circle magazine. I add extra firm tofu, cubed, in place of half the chicken, or all the chicken, which makes it vegetarian. It's delicious that way!

    Recipe #287661

    3 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This was an April, 2009 BH&G Prize Tested Recipes $400 winner, submitted by Margee Berry. It would be a great meal when paired with a nice salad.

    Recipe #363684

    3 Reviews |  By Julie F

    I found this recipe in the February 2009 issue of Better Homes and Gardens. It looks really good - maybe an alternative to chili sometime. I haven't made it yet, but am putting it here until I can. You can use salmon fillets with skin, just bake them skin side down, then leave the skin on the baking pan, using only the meat. Be sure to use gloves when working with the jalapeno as the oils may burn skin and eyes.

    Recipe #353234

    2 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This came from BH&G (April 2009). The vinaigrette can be made ahead and refrigerated, and the Spinach Ravioli Salad goes together quickly for a speedy meal.

    Recipe #363635

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This recipe comes from BH&G January '10 issue and is a prize tested recipe winner submitted by Dawn Wilber. I thought my family would enjoy it this winter.

    Recipe #407492

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This is a recipe from Yoplait. I haven't tried it yet, but it sounds like a great Summer dessert or snack. The recipe says you can use plain yogurt, but I think the vanilla would be much better.

    Recipe #402465

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    A nice contrast between salty and sweet that looks great on a Christmas Plate. Very easy to make! I found them in a magazine, but not sure which one.

    Recipe #442526

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This is my version of the ever popular Five Cup Salad. I prefer to leave out the coconut, and I substitute vanilla yogurt for the sour cream found in most recipes. I usually just add the whole can of fruit.

    Recipe #385085

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This is one of my favorite recipes for the grill. I usually have everything I need on hand, for one of those warm evenings when it's too nice to stay inside. Preparation time does not include time for chilling.

    Recipe #353237

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    I make these for my kids lunch, and they are the envy of all their friends. I even send extra, knowing that their friends will eat some too They are quite nutritious as well, and the recipe can be doubled easily. I usually make a double recipe and put them on a pizza pan or cookie sheet. I let them sit in the freezer for a couple hours, then move them to a resealable plastic bag. Then I pull out as many as I need. I pack their lunches in the morning, and the peanut butter balls are thawed by lunchtime.

    Recipe #352187

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This recipe comes from the Dec 2009 issue of Woman's Day. It is an easy version of one of my favorite Southern Living Recipes that uses catfish. I think other varieties of fish would work well in this recipe as well as catfish - salmon, tilatipa and others.

    Recipe #408643

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    I have had this recipe for years. It's really easy, but tastes like something special. Add a green salad or fruit salad for a complete meal. Cook time does not include rice preparation.

    Recipe #353442

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This super easy , 4 ingredients recipe comes from the July 2010 issue of Womans Day magazine. I love the Blue Diamond Wasabi Soy Almonds that are used in this recipe. The crunch of the almonds and the bite of the wasabi makes this a delicious entree!

    Recipe #431210

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This delicious smoothie comes from Ellie Krieger's "So Easy" Cookbook. I make it for my teen daughter to take with her on her way to school. I really have to whir the blender to get the frozen bananas incorporated, so next time I plan to cut my bananas into smaller chunks before I freeze them. I also halved the recipe and still came out with two decent sized smoothies. I think a full recipe would make three large smoothies.

    Recipe #423857

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This is a recipe from the May, 2009 Better Homes and Gardens. It is shrimp and beans, along with fresh vegetables and seasonings, all wrapped up in a foil packet, then served on top of toasted bread. I love cooking in foil as it can easily be made ahead, and cleanup is a breeze!

    Recipe #368279

    1 Reviews |  By Julie F

    This comes from the Woman's Day, February 2009 issue. It is from the Eating Well/1-2-3 dinner section, so it's super easy - only 3 ingredients. The recipe calls for a red curry 10 minute simmer sauce from Thai Kitchen, but the program doesn't recognize it.

    Recipe #367840

    This recipe comes from the October 2009 issue of Better Homes and Gardens. It is a little different from similar recipes, in that it uses roasted red peppers and refrigerated shredded hash browns. I haven't made this recipe, but I have made other soups with hash browns and they were wonderful. I can't wait to try this one!

    Recipe #399288

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