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    Sweet & cinnamon-y! I concocted this recipe when I wanted cooked apples but needed to do dinner prep ahead of time. And I didn't want a large amount of 'sauce', and didn't want butter in it! *Don't overcook this- the liquid will disappear and the apples will turn to mush. Keep an eye on it the first time you make it and record the cooking time!

    Recipe #515860

    This is dense and sweet and delicious! I looked at other banana bread recipes using rice flour on this site, and they all either used a lot more fat or a host of unusual ingredients. Perhaps unusual to me because I don't normally cook gluten-free. But we are trying new things. (from aldentegourmet.com; originally called for 1 egg, which I forgot and it was good anyway!) I would like to try reducing the sugar and adding vanilla.

    Recipe #513458

    1 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    Delicious and nutritious! Found this on Pinterest, edited for my preferences. Quinoa makes it hearty and filling. The chicken was soooo tender, it just fell apart! I never used kale before but couldn't really taste it in this- I don't like cooked spinach in soup but I did like the kale! Could be topped with shredded parmesan cheese. Also, I like to freeze some of the leftovers in serving size ziploc bags.

    Recipe #513428

    Less butter, less sugar... and yet great texture and flavor! I have even served these to guests who were used to full-fat desserts and they approved! I do recommend making exactly as listed, browning the butter is a MUST, and including the amounts of soda and salt, for the best flavor. MINI chocolate chips give you the feeling of more chocolate in each bite while using a smaller amount of chips. From frankiesfoods.blogspot.com. Posting here with a few adjustments and to see the nutrition facts. (I know, no one is going to eat just 1 cookie- but in order to be comparable to other 'healthy' cookies on this site, that's what I Iisted as a serving size.)

    Recipe #513184

    1 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    You will enjoy these if you are trying to eat healthier but still need something sweet! These really do give a delicious flavor not unlike pecan pie! (although the crust by itself is not super tasty.) I'm very interested in seeing the nutrition facts... From paleogirlskitchen.com

    Recipe #512670

    I wanted ham and potatoes, but not a white cheesy sauce. This is perfect! Great for breakfast-for-dinner, serve with cooked apples on the side! Found this recipe on simplyrecipes.com.

    Recipe #508206

    The flavor and texture of the classic Rice Krispy Treat, with added fiber and protein! Versatile recipe will allow the addition of whatever nuts, seeds, or candy you want to add- it's like trail mix in a bar! *I have found that if the bars set up too tough or chewy, you may have cooked the marshmallow mixture too long or just pressed them into the pan too firmly. Be gentle! (Similar recipe: Recipe #330720. Different ingredient ratios.)

    Recipe #498437

    My husband remembers this from Pizza Inn; after a Google search I found the recipe on tastebook.com. Very yummy; the bread is so soft and the sugar mixture thickens a bit upon baking! (We like it without the pecans.)

    Recipe #481194

    This beautiful cake is great for company, and so easy to put together. It's a fool-proof moist cake! I have made it 24 hours ahead of time and it's still great, but the toffee pieces didn't stay very crunchy. I must thank my friend Libby and her mom for this recipe. I have also used 2 whole cake mixes to make a very tall cake. (1 whole cake mix, prepared, fits into my 9-inch pan.) But I did not double all the frosting ingredients, and it didn't have quite enough flavor. I recommend for a large cake, doubling everything.

    Recipe #435398

    My husband really likes flax seed, and this recipe is something I came up with just for him. It is actually an adaptation of a chocolate chip cookie recipe. However we've found that with this version, chocolate (much as I love it) just doesn't taste right. Butterscotch and flax together make a wonderful flavor! Note: The dough is very sticky. I use a 1 1/2 inch cookie scoop that pops the dough out. Also, don't leave them in the oven too long!

    Recipe #401602

    1 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    This is very similar to already-posted recipes, but with healthier ingredients. I experimented with my favorite no-bake cookie recipe and was delighted to find that there's almost no difference in taste!! I can't keep my hands off these! By the way, the dates I use are whole pitted dates, that I "dice" with a scissors. I'm not sure if the pre-chopped, flour coated version would work.

    Recipe #159246

    1 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    These are really tasty, although different from the usual marshmallow treats. They hold together very well, but remained a bit too sticky after cooling. Try keeping them in the refrigerator. I found this recipe at lalecheleague.org.

    Recipe #128860

    4 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    Yet another shortcake recipe- but this is my Mom's and Grandma's and therefore the only one that will ever really taste right with strawberries, as far as I'm concerned. Have to say it's not really a 'short'-cake by the definition, it's just CAKE-like; also sweeter than the average biscuit-tasting variety. Try it for something different. Prep. time is approximate.

    Recipe #126334

    5 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    With wheat germ and oatmeal, I wasn't sure how good these would be... but they are one of the best chocolatey brownie recipes I've tasted outside of a box mix!! I got the recipe off allhomemadecookies.com and wanted to save it here.

    Recipe #126332

    4 Reviews |  By J-Lynn

    This is a not-too-difficult, very eye-pleasing recipe. I found this tasty recipe in a Taste of Home book and added my favorite pie crust recipe. Even my husband, who hates the store-bought variety of shepherd's pies, likes this! I have written detailed instructions for the simple crust; even if you are inexperienced you can do this!

    Recipe #110447


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