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    This is very good, a refreshing twist to the traditional salad and a lot healthier than recipes full of mayo and sour cream. I found it on the blog "Amy's Humble Musings," where it was labeled as "The Very Best Potato Salad in the World." Red potatoes or thin-skinned Yukon Gold potatoes are really nice. It's better when it sits for a while, like most potato salads, and this recipe makes plenty for a crowd.

    Recipe #233788

    A great simple breakfast with lots of quality protein, creamy and crunchy textures, and fresh healthy flavor. From "The Greatest Ever Vegetarian Cookbook." No added sugar, just lots of natural goodness! Mix up the dried fruit and nuts for variety, add a little honey, or sprinkle on some cinnamon or other spices. So easy and good!

    Recipe #204965

    An all natural muesli packed with nutrients, energy, and FLAVOR. You can mix up the ingredients easily, and it will keep for a long time for convenient breakfasts on the go. From "The Greatest Ever Vegetarian Cookbook."

    Recipe #204944

    With an abundance of quickly ripening pears on the counter, and with a crowd of hungry little people to feed, I came up with these tender, lightly sweet, and surprisingly healthy muffins! They passed the Picky Sibling Test with flying colors. I modified a basic apple muffin recipe from a Pennyslvania bed and breakfast, making changes to make the muffins healthier and more unique. I hope you like them too! I used a mixture of apples and pears (two small Bartlett pears and one very small Pink Lady apple), but you could use just apples if that's all you have available. I also used white whole wheat flour (ground from white wheat), which is lighter than regular whole wheat (ground from red wheat). It has the exact same nutritional value but is not as strong-flavored or "heavy," so try it if you can find it!

    Recipe #201378

    I found this recipe on the blog "Ponderings from Picket Fence Cottage" as part of a post on whole foods. It has a really unique flavor, not too "corny" and with a slight tang from the sour cream. The texture is excellent, tender yet firm. Hope you enjoy it.

    Recipe #191788

    As Mary Poppins would say, these are practically perfect in every way!! They have more chocolate and less sugar/butter than most no-bake cookies. Brown sugar adds depth of flavor, while extra vanilla and a pinch of salt liven it up. Besides, they are quick and easy, and everyone loves them! I think you could reduce the sugar even more, but they're great as written. Try them with extra dark (Dutch process) cocoa powder...mmmm.

    Recipe #191600

    A fresh and original salad, full of the simple flavors of summer. Cook time is chill time! Recipe is from Light & Tasty.

    Recipe #179473

    Lovely muffins packed with succulent bits of raisins and carrot, studded with crunchy sunflower seeds, and permeated with the flavors of orange and cinnamon. Served with fresh fruit and scrambled eggs, these are great for a special breakfast!

    Recipe #179472

    Yummy and very pretty salad perfect for summer. Use fresh tomatoes from the farmer's market or roadside stands -- or if you're lucky, from your own garden. Nice dressing that is also good on other salads, not just this one!

    Recipe #177324

    These are very good. My mom used to make them when I was younger, and as I remember, they were especially nice dipped in coffee (or hot chocolate or tea...). Not too much sugar, made with whole grain, and they store well. Enjoy! Serving size is approximate, since we haven't made these for a while and I can't remember exactly how many the recipe makes.

    Recipe #176227

    These muffins are great for breakfast, snack, or any time!! Really moist, deliciously spicy, and lightly sweet -- they are filling yet not heavy at all, and they have such a nice crunch from the sliced almonds. Healthy and yummy. They received an emphatic stamp of approval from the Picky Sibling Taste-Tester Association (though one of the extremely persnickety members did ask that the nuts be ommitted next time). :) The original recipe is from The American Country Inn and Bed & Breakfast Cookbook, and the book's authors got it from the Havenshire Inn in Hendersonville, NC. The batter keeps well in the fridge, and baked muffins freeze well. I think these would be really good with chunky applesauce as well.

    Recipe #169032

    Moist and flavorful! Vary the fresh herbs to your liking. This is good when you add some sliced potatoes, carrots, and a little extra olive oil for the last hour of roasting. Serve with a green salad, and you’ve got your entire meal ready! Even better than the lamb itself, in my opinion, is gnawing on the bone afterward…heh heh.

    Recipe #168410

    Cute, scrumptious desserts sized for two. Perfect for summer when there are fresh blueberries and peaches. You can also make this with thawed frozen fruit. So simple and so good! The original recipe is from Cooking for Two, which is published by Taste of Home.

    Recipe #168343

    When I was younger, I didn’t like broccoli, but I sure loved this casserole! I requested “green rice” all the time. Maybe it was because of all the cheese :) This is a good way to get veggies, whole grains, and calcium into picky kids’ mouths! Can either be a vegetarian main dish or a side dish.

    Recipe #154641

    Oh, yum! This fresh, wholesome pasta recipe is from the More-With-Less cookbook. Add a green salad, maybe some garlic bread, and you're good to go. I jacked up the spices, and although it calls for dried herbs, but I think it would be even better with fresh! A nice, simple dinner full of color and nutrition, not to mention FLAVOR.

    Recipe #154639

    These muffins are pretty much awesome. They’re really healthy and really good too! Lots of whole grains, not too much sugar, and a burst of cinnamon in every tender, delicious bite. My brothers love them. Good warm or cold. The original idea came from the More-With-Less Mennonite cookbook, but I’ve made enough changes to claim it as my own recipe. :) This recipe makes two dozen muffins, so just cut it in half if you have a smaller family.

    Recipe #154589

    I found this wholesome, hearty bread on The Council of Elrond, a Tolkien-centered website which includes a treasure trove of fabulous recipes. AsliannQuinn, the site member who submitted the recipe, says: "Men and Elves can barely handle a slice of this Hobbiton staple without a big glass of milk." Well, whether you're a Tolkien fan or not, I'm sure you'll like this!

    Recipe #152505

    These awesome cookies have the Picky Sibling Seal of Approval. They're sweet, chewy, and just plain GOOD!, and because they're made with whole grains, honey and fruit -- no refined anything -- my dessert-loving brothers and sister can have as much as they want! (Well, within reason, of course.) Oh, and they're egg- and lactose free. :-) I bake these on a Pampered Chef baking stone, so the cooking time will probably be less if you use a regular metal baking sheet. This recipe is the result of playing around with MartiniQueeni's Ginger Oat Cookies -- they're definitely different enough to claim as my own recipe, but a lot of the ingredients and proportions are similar. So if you like these cookies, try hers too!

    Recipe #151649

    A colorful, healthy side dish for any meal. Chopped cilantro would be a great addition! This is from Light & Tasty’s Feb/March 2005 issue. I haven’t tried it yet, but I think it would be really good with burritos or fajitas.

    Recipe #151646

    These meatballs are simple, versatile, and packed with savory, garlicky flavor! YUM!! Use them for spaghetti, meatball sandwiches, Italian wedding soup, baked ziti...I think this recipe will serve 35 people. :-) It would also freeze well for those of you who do OAMC. The lady who gave me this recipe used to be a caterer, and she told me that one of her clients said these were better than his Italian wife's own meatballs! I guess that's saying something. Anyway, I really like these, and if you love garlic, so will you! Cooking time is for one batch of meatballs, but of course it will take longer to make all of them. Prep time doesn't include peeling and mincing the three heads of garlic, which is admittedly a somewhat lengthy process. Oh well, it's certainly worth it!!

    Recipe #132076

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