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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

    Recipe #228663

    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

    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

    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

    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

    mmmm.. Can't you just smell and taste them. Delicious!

    Recipe #185389

    These are gorgeous looking and you get two for one! Two different dessert tastes--brownies and brown sugared oats, layered into one rich, scrumptious treat. Makes 48 brownies.

    Recipe #184800

    This non-alcoholic drink is very easy to make. In my search I have found that the apricot is full of beta carotene, the apricot is said to have good health benefits. They have a supply of vitamin C. Nutrients in apricots can help protect the heart and eyes, as well as provide the disease-fighting effects of fiber. The high beta-carotene and lycopene activity of apricots makes them important heart health foods. It is also said that Apricots contain nutrients such as Vitamin A that promote good vision. Hope you like it!

    Recipe #182862

    In my search for some natural medicinal recipes, I found this one that claims to help emulsifie fat, help with urinary infections and respiratory infections. You can drink this cold or warm. If you use the regular green tea, you can add a small pinch of any of the spices that are in the Chai tea, for added flavor. They include- ginger, cinnamon, cardamon, allspice, nutmeg, and clove. I used the green Chai tea. It smells wonderful and is really quite enjoyable.

    Recipe #182859

    You don't need to have a crock pot to make this, adjust times accordingly for stove-top preparation.

    Recipe #181521

    This is low carb with added protein.

    Recipe #181434

    My DIL introduced me to these. She is more crazy about them than I am, but thought I would post. An El Salvador Recipe-

    Recipe #181189

    This is very easy and very good! I was real happy how this turned out. It looked perfectly cooked and I followed the directions almost exactly. The only thing I did differently was cooked 10 minutes longer on 350 than what it called for, by accident. I turned the timer off and forgot to turn the heat down right away. Oh well, it turned out perfect to me and dh was proud to take 1/2 of it to work. I was worried about not prepping the pan, but it worked out great!

    Recipe #181184

    A pretty way to serve this is to garnish with fresh fruits and a straw.

    Recipe #181179

    This is so easy and taste just like lemon pie. I gave my neighbor some squash and she in return gave me this recipe. I made it and my dh loved it. One large yellow squash is enough for two pies. The first time I made it, I used 1 teaspoon orange extract because I did'nt have lemon and I added fresh lemon juice to it. Tasted just like lemon pie! I wish I could give this 5 stars!!! Well really, I do!

    Recipe #178295

    Yummy Yummy for the Tummy! Top this pie with a generous scoop of ice cream, and some hot fudge sauce on top of that! Woah!

    Recipe #176115

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