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    I had this at my parents house today. My Daddy made it and we all loved it. If you love peanut butter and chocolate, You WILL love this!!! Great for Church socials and other gatherings. ***Note*** Wherever you see "(*optional)", that is where my Daddy added that little something extra into the original recipe. I hope you try it and like it!

    Recipe #235726

    Posted for ZWT3. I didn't see one like it! A savoury dish that you eat as soon as it comes out the oven. The bread bowl takes the place of a soufflé dish.

    Recipe #233961

    Oh My Goodness! I just wanted something and I decided to give it a go and IT WORKED! I love what the croissant did as a base for this! I love sweets and I am in Fat Heaven (my thought while eating this)! Feel free to add and subtract from the recipe...just think of a banana split! This is how I made mine (no banana's, but so good!). Oh yeah, you might want to go for the mini croissants if you are being conservative.

    Recipe #232899

    This is a quote from the site I found it at- "It is very easy to make and is one of those German specialties that best reflects the German food industry. It is either made with fine grain sausages like Knackwurst or Frankfurter. German summer afternoons spent at home working in the garden often end with a meal of wurstsalat". Posted for ZWT- German

    Recipe #228670

    Recipe #228663

    Someone tried to sell me this recipe, so I went on a web hunt. I saw this same recipe on a couple of different sites. This was the quote on both sites- "Hunza Diet Bread is a delicious, dense, chewy bread that's very nutritious and is almost impervious to spoilage. The following recipe makes a huge batch of approximately 60 (sixty) 2 inch squares, high in protein, vitamins and minerals. Keeps weeks at room temperature, even longer in the fridge and indefinitely in the freezer." When I received the e-mail to sell me this bread, it stated that a housewife created it trying to duplicate a recipe from the Hunza's and it resulted in people not being hungry for 6 or more hours. I don't know about you, but I will try just about anything once, and if I don't have to pay for it...all the better!

    Recipe #228662

    Posted for ZWT for France A cold dessert with chocolate, egg yolks and butter.

    Recipe #228661

    Sole fish fillets cooked in butter sauce. ZWT Sole Meuniere is excellent in combination with potatoes or rice.

    Recipe #228659

    Swedish pancakes are one of Sweden's best-known food exports. Served with sprinkled sugar, Preserves and sour cream, they are traditionally eaten as a dessert on Thursdays with yellow pea soup. Swedish pancakes are essentially a crepe, eaten sweet for breakfast or dessert or savory for supper with assorted fillings. They may be made the size of a crepe or a silver dollar.

    Recipe #228612

    A combination of tomatoes, potatoes, anchovy, tuna and lettuce, typical of the South of France. A perfect summer dish. Bon appetit!

    Recipe #228611

    As you see by my other Hunza Bread recipe, that I have an interest in this bread. This one I found on allrecipes.com while looking for it through Google.

    Recipe #228610

    A cold dessert with strawberry cream and ladyfingers. It is rumoured that this recipe was created by a french chef in the United States but there is another story telling that it was made by another famous french chef in Paris!

    Recipe #228609

    Yum Yum Yum...ZWT Mexico

    Recipe #228607

    I looked to Zaar to see if this way of making tea was on here, but I gave up in my search. My son's pre-school teacher gave me this recipe and it works best for me.

    Recipe #219827

    I love simple recipes and I love black beans and onions, so Voila- perfect recipe!

    Recipe #193125

    Serve as a garnish for meat dishes or as a warm dessert.

    Recipe #193123

    In honor of my PAC Mommie, who was so good as my PAC baby before she became my wonderful Mommie. Thank you Twissis!!!! HITYL???

    Recipe #191996

    This is a quote from the washingtonpost.com - "Blueberries add cancer-fighting antioxidants to the patties and may slightly reduce the fat content of burgers. They also help make burgers that are made from drier, leaner ground beef, chicken or turkey into a juicier product." When making this burger you can use fresh blueberries. Omit the freeze-dried and wait until you finish with step #3. Then add the blueberries folding in gently, being careful not to mash or break. The burger really looks good when you use the fresh berries. You can also add 1/8 tsp. chili powder, 1/2 teaspoon hamburger seasoning, a pinch of cayenne 1/2 Tablespoon minced onion, 1/2 Tablespoon parsley. If you add these things add 1/8 of a cup of milk. Otherwise just use the simple recipe below.

    Recipe #191884

    Mayonnaise for the Coconut Oil users.

    Recipe #187356

    I was looking for a little added energy using healthier ways and found this. I hope it works! I will let you know! It didn't give me the watre amount so I assume it is 6-8 ounces.

    Recipe #186759

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