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    A tasty fancier version of pesto pasta.

    Recipe #119532

    I grill a couple chicken breasts with a mesquite rub and cut them into strips to toss into the individual containers for this dish before freezing it. I cut down the fat by using some chicken broth, the lower fat content made it easier to freeze and tastier to reheat.

    Recipe #119531

    This is a dense, fairly heavy cake. It freezes extremely well, and is low in sugar. It tastes sweet, like a bread but not nauseatingly sweet like some cakes.

    Recipe #119379

    This bread freezes delightfully, if you slice it and wrap pieces it's fantastic to grab in the morning going out of the door. To have at night as a snack, or to pull out for tea with friends :). I hate nuts.. but you could add 1 1/2 cups walnuts or pecans if desired. EDIT:When I wrote this I failed to see how I'd missed the "simple" steps. I have a kitchenaid stand mixer with one of those pour in spouts. I drop my wet stuff in the bowl, put on the spout, put the arm down and put it on mix. I just drop in the dry as it mixes. I think it really takes me like 10 minutes max, to actually make this, and that's with the putting stuff in the bowl and adding the attachment. One poster said she'd had problems with a "baking powder taste", just try cutting it back. Cut your recipe in half and try 1 loaf, if you still have the problem, cut the powder back by 1/8th of a tsp.

    Recipe #119372

    This is my stock recipe for my personal pan sized pizzas which are about 6-7 inches in diameter. Each batch of dough makes 4 pizzas. The crust on these is crunchy, we don't like the thick pan style pizza here. Also, the thicker crusts don't bake up as well because the centers just don't heat as fast due to density. I make these 3 styles, Cheese, Pepperoni and 3 meat (pepperoni, Italian sausage and bacon crumbles which I buy at Sam's Club prepackaged). I think you'll like these, I get tons of orders for them. OH BUY SOME 8" CARDBOARD CAKE ROUNDS (available at most craft stores, and Walmart in the craft dept.) The pizzas need a hard surface to freeze on. So much better than store bought, you'll never go back.

    Recipe #119371

    My dh can only eat chicken and turkey. All beef makes him ill, he isn't overly fond of fish. Other meats... well suffice it to say he won't touch. So in viewing my recipes you'll see a plethera of chicken recipes. I'm always striving to find something new. He has 3 response levels to new recipe's 1. I didn't like that (insert reason) 2. He doesn't say anything, when asked ... oh oh it was fine (or good) 3. OMG that was so great, and he eats it like there is no tomorrow. This got a thumbs up from one of the pickiest eaters i've ever met. This is adapted for my OAMC needs. It's a little time consuming but definitely worth the work.

    Recipe #119244

    Another recipe from my catering biz, it's a big hit at weddings. Requested frequently. You'll find with my recipes a plethora of chicken recipes, my husband has a very high iron content and can't eat anything except for chicken and turkey. Hope you like this one, it's made to serve 16, 1.5 cup servings.

    Recipe #118021

    Great for the freezer, easy to reheat. Just add a slice of bread with butter and you're good to go. My version is only 11 grams of fat, the regular is 20 grams.

    Recipe #117881

    A sweet sauce with chicken and pineapple. Put on top of cooked rice, and it's super duper yummy.

    Recipe #117860

    This is a basic chili recipe, no frills nothing special. I've learned that this is fantastic to keep in the freezer... Chili, chili burgers, chili hot dogs... possibilites are endless. I love this for a quick chili burger, I fry up a burger patty on the foreman grill, put it on half a hamburger bun, put chili on it, onions on it and shredded cheddar cheese on it. UBER yummy and takes about 8 minutes to make.

    Recipe #117847

    Fighting the dry edges of a frozen burrito is very challenging, this is one of my solutions. Presteaming makes the tortilla moist for freezing, I strongly suggest you do so.

    Recipe #117846

    Very yummy, fairly easy to make. Another OAMC recipe I use in my catering biz.

    Recipe #117836

    Taken from an old cookbook, adapted to fit my needs and tastes. 281 calories, less than 1 gram of fat, 2mg of cholesterol.

    Recipe #116945

    Taken from an old cookbook, adapted to fit my needs and tastes. 331 calories, 6 grams of fat, 1 mg of cholesterol.

    Recipe #116938

    Taken from an old recipe book, adapted for my needs and tastes. 195 calories per serving, 3 grams of fat and 2 mg of cholesterol.

    Recipe #116937

    Adapted from an old recipe book, and made my own. Less than one gram of fat and no cholesterol.

    Recipe #116793

    If you do not like soy milk, you may be surprised that you like this smoothie. You cannot taste the soy at all, and the vanilla flavor adds to the wonderful blend of flavors in this smoothie. This is a VERY thick smoothie, and I use it to substitute meals, esp. breakfast. Adding a powder vitamin mix, such as Citriboost or other powder/liquid vitamins works like magic in this smoothie. I use a packet of Splenda to sweeten this but 1/2 tsp. of sugar works too. I have never tried this with milk, I'm not sure it would come close to the same as mine. (this stores wonderfully in the fridge! I just put the lid on the blender container and toss it in the fridge for tomorrows breakfast!)

    Recipe #115685

    Major Yumminess! These have kick and taste great!

    Recipe #104091

    OK so I found this really great recipe and I was about to make it when I realized the canned milk I'd bought at the store didn't make it home with me! I had the pumpkin in the bowl, with the eggs etc mixed in and I couldn't just leave it to waste. So I improvised and what I ended up with was fantastic, here is a side note.... I used fresh pumpkin which is much more wet/moist than canned pumpkin, if you use canned pumpkin use a cup and a half of pumpkin and an addt'l 1/4 of milk. The batter consistency should be batter like thick batter for pancakes... not almost a dough. It will be too dry if you don't use enough pumpkin/milk. lol So if at all possible use fresh pumpkin, happy cooking from Aadria in the Colorado Rockies.

    Recipe #103497

    YUMMY!! What an indulgence (sp?) anyhow, these are fantastic! Break tradition, invite people over for breakfast at night instead of that boring old pot roast.

    Recipe #103170

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