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    I got this recipe off the back of a 7.06oz. (200 kg.) pouch of Kroger brand Light Tuna in water. I made this for dinner tonight and bf and I enjoyed it. I'm posting this recipe as close to exactly as I can directly from the back of the pouch. For the oil in this recipe, I used EVOO (extra-virgin olive oil) and dried herbs. Although I followed the directions on the pouch, except for using 1/2 tsp jarred, minced garlic for the fresh clove of garlic I believe steaming the cut green beans and broccoli cuts would be much better and would retain more nutrients and color by steaming instead of boiling, although I did boil them this time. Next time I make this, that's what I plan on doing. I'm posting here for safekeeping and to share with the 'Zaar community. I hope you enjoy it, too!

    Recipe #360849

    I am buried in a profusion of Girl Scout brand cookies and lots of fresh strawberries and I thought, I wonder how these would taste together? So I tried it and in my opinion, it was a pretty good combo. For an alternative, crumble Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies over a bowl of sliced strawberries and add a dollop of whipped cream. 'Zaar didn't recognize "1 large strawberry", so I had to change it.

    Recipe #360642

    Just had a root canal and having other toothache problems so it's difficult for me to chew solid food, including fruits. I recently had purchased a can of Safeway brand Tropical Fruit with Pineapple and Passion Fruit Juices. The ingredients read: pineapple, red papaya, yellow papaya, pineapple juice, water, sugar, passion fruit juice, banana puree, citric acid. I emptied the can with the juice into a freezer-safe container and froze overnight. I let the frozen fruit thaw in the fridge for a few hours and then ran the container under cool water for a about 30 seconds to break up the mass of frozen fruit from the edges of the container and then cut it up with a plastic pancake turner. I used a square-shaped container and broke the frozen fruit up into 4 large pieces so it would fit into the blender. Bf bought me fresh strawberries so chose to use those over the frozen ones I had. I always keep sliced, frozen bananas on hand in the freezer. The water in the recipe is necessary for the blending and it doesn't taste too watered down, and I needed just about 1/2 cup. The honey is for a little added sweetness. This makes two very large servings. This turned out thick, but drinkable. Please let me know how you like my recipe. It would make a great breakfast, snack, or even dessert! Prep time doesn't include freezing time for the fruit.

    Recipe #359011

    This is a very yummy, very versatile sandwich. I love lettuce leaves on my sandwich, but I don't tend to buy lettuce by the head or bunch because I can't eat it fast enough before it goes bad. Sometimes I'll use the leaves from prepackaged lettuces or salad mixes. But all that aside, I love bell peppers; green, red, yellow, and orange. This sandwich was inspired by my hunger, what I had on hand, and my love of bell peppers. (At Subway, I'll have them add green peppers to my sub along with my other fixings. So I decided, duh, why not at home too?) I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Feel free, thoiugh to mix and match other lunch meats, veggies and bread. Since this was what I had on hand, this is what I used.

    Recipe #356661

    I got this recipe from my mom, but I don't remember where she got it. It's one of the simplest, yummiest appetizers and is a hit every time. Another plus, is I've also been able to adapt the recipe to fit my IBS diet and it still tastes very good imo. :D This recipe is the original; to adapt it for my IBS I replaced the Miracle Whip with light Miracle Whip or a vegan mayo, the cheese with a non-dairy sub like soy cheese, and the bacon bits are usually fine, but I can cook up some turkey bacon until very crisp and let cool before adding them. Be careful when biting into these, they can be really hot. Many people have burnt their mouths devouring these tasty appetizers before my mom can plate them!

    Recipe #356431

    This one is a very rough recipe, that is I saw it on "You Are What You Eat" on BBC America, but I didn't get to catch the recipe in full, but I believe this is the gist of it that I've posted here. I wanted to save this because I seem to have so much trouble searching for some recipes on BBC America's Website. If you try this, please let me know how it turns out. I hope to try it asap myself. :) This looks like a great recipe for me; healthy and fine for my IBS, too. ETA: Came back to make some corrections on the recipe; trying to remember what I saw on the show when I saw a rerun that had this recipe in it. Thanks and sorry for any confusion. I am hoping I got it closer to correct but I haven't found it yet on the BBC's website/You Are What You Eat. FYI: Soya cheese is the same as soy cheese.

    Recipe #356401

    I often watch the show, "You Are What You Eat" with Gillian McKeith on BBC America. She was explaining this recipe on one of her shows and I decided I had to try it. I don't know if I got the exact measurements right, but I think I'm quite close. This is delicious and fast and easy. I think it makes an excellent quick breakfast if you have no time to eat, or makes a great snack too. ETA: I caught a rerun of the episode on which this particular recipe was featured and realized my error in naming the recpe "Banana Mocha Smoothie". The correct name for this recipe is "Banana Latte". Sorry for any confusion and no wonder, because mocha usually means chocolate is added, but it wasn't a part of the original recipe. The name "Banana Latte" makes more sense. I'm happy to note on one of the reviews that adding chocolate syrup to make this into a banana mocha works so well, though. :)

    Recipe #354090

    This has a lot of ingredients in it, but after a lot of experimenting, I've found that this makes a really wonderful combination for a chili. I make this at least once a month and my bf and I enjoy it every time. So I wanted to share it with the Zaar community and also put it here for safe-keeping. Enjoy!

    Recipe #353443

    I was inspired by another potato soup recipe that I recently made in a tag game I was participating in and that recipe became a huge favorite for me, so I decided I wanted to create a potato soup of my own. I had various ingredients hanging out in the pantry and fridge that needed serious rescue from the trash, so I started inventing this soup and imho it turned out absolutely excellent; rich, creamy, flavorful, simple, and comforting. The dairy-free part is due to my dietary needs. I have IBS and dairy products are very unfriendly to my GI tract. If you do substitute with the real McCoy on the non-dairy items, it may or may not affect the final product. Please add any additional seasonings you feel are necessary. I am posting this recipe exactly as I created it with the precise ingredients I used and measurements, too. I did have to approximate the serving size, because I ate this on its own and all by myself. I'm very proud of my creation and would appreciate any feedback if you decide to try it, whether you make it as directed or with substitutions. Enjoy! :)

    Recipe #328066

    I searched 'Zaar for this and did not find a recipe like this. The spelling of "scaloppine" is per the original recipe. Hopefully people can still find it if the other spellings (scallopine and scallopini) fit in the title. :) My sister sent me the link for this; it's from but I'm posting here because 'Zaar is really the only place I like to go for recipes. Also I wanted to streamline this a bit. On, the recipe is posted in two parts; Basic Chicken Scaloppine and the lemon-cilantro addition. My favorite part about this is that it contains ingredients that are safe for my IBS. My second fave part, my sister says her 5-year old daughter (my first niece!) loves this stuff. Copied from the site, but reworded as necessary for 'Zaar's preferences. Serving size per original recipe, but I've approximated prep and cook times. I couldn't figure out how to separate the ingredient list for the Basic Chicken Scaloppine and the Lemon-Cilantro part, so I noted it in the directions. I hope to try this tomorrow. Please let me know how it turns out for you. It appears to be different from other scaloppine recipes posted here. ETA: I just made this tonight; bf really loved this. For the 2 of us, I used only 2 chicken breasts and just over half the amt of flour and a bit less oil, but I kept all other ingreds the same. Bf thought it wasn't nice of me to not make him 2 breasts, that's how much he enjoyed this! I loved this too, and will make this often. I did leave off lemon wedge, and it wasn't really missed. The flavors were wonderful!

    Recipe #307027

    This has become my favorite way to prepare spaghetti, even more than the basic spagetti with ground turkey I posted here awhile back. This usually serves my bf and me for one night and me for two lunches, or another night for the two of us if I don't use leftovers for lunch. My favorite brand of sauce to use is Prego and my two fave flavors are Prego Chunky Garden Mushroom Supreme or Prego Roasted Garlic and Herbs. I buy the standard 26oz jar. I had to estimate the amount of spaghetti noodles, as I have no way of measuring this. This is very friendly to my moderate to severe IBS. Also, my bf can add his parmesan cheese to his own serving. Wonderful with salad and garlic bread. The ratios in this recipe make for a hearty sauce.

    Recipe #306877

    Copied this from the Florida's Natural Orange Juice website. This recipe was featured recently in one of their e-mail newsletters. Copied it to 'Zaar to share and for safekeeping. I did have to reword the original recipe a bit in order to conform to 'Zaar, however, it's pretty much the same as on the originating website. The Florida's Natural website describes this recipe: "Here's a healthy omelet recipe to start your day right." I have not tried this yet, but it sounds delicious and healthy. Prep and cook times are a guess, but the website indicated this recipe serves 2. If you get to try it, please let me know how it turns out.

    Recipe #306040

    To some, this may sound odd, but I grew up on this simple treat. Sweet and salty is one of my favorite combos. Use your favorite saltines and chocolate frosting for this. Serving size is totally approximate, as it depends on how much frosting you like on each saltine and how many saltines each person eats. Makes a great snack or dessert. Kid- and adult-friendly.

    Recipe #303722

    I developed IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) about 8 years ago and am always on the look-out for substitutions of favorite foods I miss eating. Being on a very tight budget means I have little luxury in buying all these things at once, so I finally got a chance to find and purchase one of the coffee substitutes out there on the market today. It's called Pero and it's made with malted barley, barley, and chicory. It's instant granules so you just add hot water. 1 tsp serving is 5 calories, and 0 on everything else. That is to say this Pero has no nutritional value, but it's not unhealthy either. I've been drinking it 'black' for a week now and find it's quite good, but also good with a bit of white sugar. The directions don't indicate how much water to use, but I found that 1 heaping tsp per 8 oz of hot water is a good ratio. Way back when, when real coffee didn't destroy me, I used to brew coffee with ground cinnamon. I also loved coffee with chocolate or various other flavors, as well as black. Pero comes in regular and Extra Dark Roast, and I bought the Extra Dark Roast. I experimented today with the Pero and created a tasty cinnamon mocha-type drink. Please note that I do not know a whole lot about coffee drinks, so I don't know if this is a true cinnamon mocha. Also, since it's made with a coffee substitute, this won't taste like real coffee, but I still think it's very good. Adjust amounts to taste, but I did measure everything. If you want, substitute instant regular coffee granules, but I wanted to share this with the 'Zaar community for those who choose not to drink real coffee or cannot drink it. I am going to experiment more with my recipe and see how soy milk will work in it, as well as how this will taste cold, so I will probably be back to update.

    Recipe #297208

    When I was a kid, I was more picky about eating tomatoes on my sandwiches, and when my mom and younger sister and I got together to make up BLT's, I would sometimes leave off the tomato. Somewhere I learned that bacon was tasty with peanut butter, and so I started to eat bacon with peanut butter (I also eat bacon with maple syrup), and thus was born this new type of sandwich. Peanut butter (instead of mayo), lettuce, and bacon, on toast, and sandwiched together. I know it sounds a bit odd, but it's really yummy! I just wrote this out to serve 1 person, 1 sandwich. I like lots of bacon, and all my measurements are estimates, so please adjust accordingly to your taste/needs. Hope you enjoy this as much as I do! Although I should be eating turkey bacon instead of regular bacon, I have not yet tried this with turkey bacon.

    Recipe #297025

    This recipe sounds great and a perfect side dish for a Mexican meal. I am posting this on 'Zaar for safekeeping and to share with the community. I found this on the back of a bag of Safeway brand Frozen Whole Kernel Corn. The recipe on the back of the bag states, "Here's a great way to use left-over pasta in a salad. It goes together in minutes and serves a crowd." The ingreditents and directions on this recipe are exactly as the bag of corn states, except for that which I had to clarify or switch around due to 'Zaar rules of recipe submission, and for anything 'Zaar didn't recognize, hehe. This recipe also states, ".Recipe developed by cookbook aurthor Marlene Sorosky Gray." Please let me know how this turned out for you. :) Note: I did not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #296292

    This is another recipe I just remembered, and I tried it from a Sesame Street cookbook I used to own. I don't remember the actual name of the cookbook. I don't remember the ingredient amounts anymore, but do remember what the ingredients were. This works best with air-popped popcorn or popcorn popped in a pan with just a bit of canola oil. I have no idea how this would taste with soy milk, but back then I didn't have to worry about IBS. I used 1% milk and ate this just like cereal. It was yummy. This would be a fun breakfast treat for kids now and then. Hope you enjoy it! Estimated to serve one child. ETA: This probably will turn soggy fast, but I don't know how to prevent it. Maybe using less milk will help, but I'm not sure.

    Recipe #295499

    Just four ingredients! I had fresh strawberries that were getting soft, so I froze them. I had a leftover single-serving cup of mandarin oranges in juice, so I froze that too. I placed the frozen strawberries and frozen mandarin oranges plus their juice into the blender with a bit of cold water. This is a recipe I just created tonight. I was going to add some frozen (from fresh) blackberries, but my bf had expressed his desire to use them to make a blackberry shake, and there weren't enough blackberries for us both to share. Oh well! I just finished making this right before I completed my recipe submission and imo it's really good! It's very refreshing and tastes fresh too. I used about a tsp of honey and it's perfect. This reminds me of a Dole Frozen Whole Fruit Bar, except it's drinkable. There are also some nice pieces of strawberry left in it that make this really pretty and yummy. Be careful, this really will give you a brain freeze! Lol. :) This really doesn't need blackberries in it, I think it's great as-is, but the blackberries would add a different flavor, depending on what you are after. This one tastes predominantly strawberry with mandarin orange sneaking as a great background flavor. Edited to add: I bet you can make this a Brain Freeze with a Kick by adding an ounce of your favorite plain or flavored vodka or plain or flavored rum to this. :D ETA: A clarification on the mandarin oranges. In most stores in the canned fruit and applesauce aisle, there are a variety of fruit companies that sell packages of single-serving, individually sealed plastic cups of mixed or single fruits in light syrup or juice. I had one of these single-serving plastic cups of mandarin orange sections in light syrup or juice that I needed to use up. I froze the entire cup and contents. The cup the mandarin sections were in stood up well to freezing. When I created this recipe, I opened up the plastic cup and dumped the frozen contents (sections and syrup) into the blender along with the frozen strawberries. I note this b/c there was some confusion with another reviewer. I'm sorry for not being more clear. :) If you cannot find these single-serve cups, and you don't mind opening a can of mandarin sections in light syrup or juice and putting them into a freezer-proof container and freezing solid, that will work too.

    Recipe #295492

    This is a recipe I just remembered. It came from a Sesame Street cookbook and I can't remember what the cookbook was called, but I think this was around the 1980's to 90's that I had this cookbook and I loved it. I tried this recipe along with many others and really enjoyed them. I am going to post this recipe as close to the original as possible. If I made this now, I'd have to replace the real cream cheese with soy cream cheese, due to my IBS. This is a lot of fun for kids, and tasty and fairly healthy too. :) I'm posting it here to share with the 'Zaar community and for safekeeping, so I don't forget it. I do not remember the ingredient amounts, only the ingredients themselves, and so I am going to estimate this for one child. You'll need a plastic baggie and scissors for this, too. Edited to add: After posting this and waiting for approval, I got to thinking, and the picture in my mind's eye makes me think that I might have listed the ingredients here backwards; in other words it might have been apple butter as the base spread and cream cheese (softened) as the topping for making the letters on each graham. In that case this would be a bit healthier. I'm thinking either way will work just fine. :)

    Recipe #295376

    Yep, it's another one of my creations, and this one is probably my simplest one yet, with the least ingredients, and so tasty! To ensure this is dairy-free, I used soy milk and soy yogurt. My favorite brand to use is Silk, and so I used Silk brand Organic Unsweetened Soy Milk and Silk Live! brand peach soy yogurt. I had previously sliced organic bananas that I had then frozen on a foil-lined baking sheet, and placed frozen slices into a freezer bag. I used frozen whole unsweetened strawberries from the freezer section of my grocery store. I was surprised, I did not add any honey, vanilla, or anything extra to this smoothie and I think it turned out just right, but if you desire, you may add additional ingredients. I love how smoothies can be so versatile. Hope you enjoy this! :) This filled approximately 3/4 of a 20oz bottle.

    Recipe #293618

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