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    I saw a couple other recipes for rainbow cake already in the system but didn't see any that were done quite the same so thought I would share this technique with you all. It results in a VERY bold and vibrant rainbow cake that is super fun for all occasions, and you can use different colors for other things like the 4th of July you could do red, white and blue, or for Christmas you could do red and green, etc. It is very important that you use the GEL food coloring though, and not the liquid drops. And in order to do the full rainbow you need both the regular colors and the neon colors since the orange and purple come from the neon set.

    Recipe #404414

    I worked as a barista for 2 years and I tend to be very picky when it comes to specialty coffee drinks. Living in an area where there is a coffee stand on every corner I have tasted so many different versions on each drink so I know that though everyone will use the same ingredients for the most part, quantities and quality matter! This is my simple yet satisfying Mocha Frappe. Although I am sure many might think to substitute for the ingredients to suit their tastes/diet or to use what they have on hand, I hope you will reconsider and use store bought chocolate milk if you can because it is thick and creamy which will make a difference. For variations to this recipe you could add a bit of coconut extract or other flavors, or even flavor syrups. And top with whip cream to make it extra delicious! If you don't have the chocolate milk it is ok to substitute with half and half (can be fat free) and some chocolate syrup as I have found that still gives it enough thickness.

    Recipe #290539

    My own spin on deviled eggs compiled from many other recipes.

    Recipe #272069

    Another recipe from TOH, I am putting here for safekeeping and plan to try very soon! Time to make is just an estimate.

    Recipe #294328

    From TOH, I haven't tried this yet, but it looks fantastic!

    Recipe #294314

    This is a recipe I got out of a Tastes of Home cookbook and then tweaked to our tastes. They taste just like seasoned potato wedges and would be great served with some ranch or ketchup, but they are a bit more grown up than eating the wedges. They are simple to make and look great too!

    Recipe #287256

    Just a little treat I came up with today. Measurements are just a guideline since you can pretty much use as little or as much as you'd like.

    Recipe #295743

    This is a great refreshing spritzer type drink that I stumbled upon, from a Smoothies & Summer Drinks book. It is very easy to make and always impresses guests!

    Recipe #251015

    One day while watching food network I saw a panini made on Paula's Party and it looked absolutely delicious. I searched the recipe and realized I wouldn't be able to find much of the ingredients here. So I decided to try and create my own so to speak with what I could find. A few tries later I settled on this one and I am done searching! It is fabulous! A great blend of flavors! I am not sure how easy it would be to find those meats singularly but I bought them in a gourmet pack in the deli section. I had to name the meats "sausage" so that recipe zaar would recognize them, though I don't know that they are actually a sausage or not. Its more like a salami or pepperoni.

    Recipe #277527

    I have never tried a tuna patty before believe it or not and wanted to tonight. However, once looking through a few recipes I quickly realized that A. they were a bit higher calorie/fat than I could justify since we are on WW, and B. I didn't have some of the ingredients to a lot of the recipes I did find. So I took a chance and created my own for my first one. It turned out GREAT! At least we think so..... For those that may be counting these are 8pts a piece on weight watchers.

    Recipe #427138

    This is a recipe from my Tastes of Home Quick Cooking book of 2006. It originally calls for a jar of alfredo sauce, but I am not a fan so I used Recipe #260818 (Lower Fat Alfredo Sauce) and changed the servings to 3 to get a perfect amount. The pasta is wonderful and through my searches on zaar I haven't found one just like it. It is even better paired along with a glass of red wine!

    Recipe #286859

    This is a recipe I got out of my husband's collection, so I am unsure of its origin. I have made them a few times now and they are so delicious! They remind me of banana muffins somewhat and they are super simple to make! They make a great breakfast or snack.

    Recipe #290183

    Super simple to make and a great presentation. Also a big hit with the kids!

    Recipe #361253

    I have been really wanting to come up with my very own recipe and this is it! I spent a lot of time thinking about flavors that I wanted to try together and settled on these as I hadn't seen them paired very often. The base pie recipe is one I have used before and I just tweaked it to suit my ideas. The crust was the way my family has always made them. It is definately not low calorie, but its worth it! I have made it with the ingredients listed and that is my favorite way but I have also opted for all non fat options where I could and it was still great. It has such a delicious texture to it and it isn't super rich or sweet. I really hope you enjoy it! *don't be discouraged by the number of steps it really is simple to make!* You will have some extra of both the pie filling and the coconut filling but I just put them into glasses for a crustless dessert! Plan to make this well ahead of when you wish to serve it as the pie really firms up the second day better.

    Recipe #282456

    I searched and didn't find another quite like this so I am posting it. It comes from Smoothies and Summer Drinks.

    Recipe #292780

    After making some homemade raspberry liqueur I have been searching for ways to use it. I decided to try and create a little something and this is the result. It is the type of drink I enjoy... not to strong, and not real sweet. The name is a little silly, but Dh and I couldn't settle on anything better lol.

    Recipe #299843

    This is my Grandma Dorothy's recipe for a slightly different take on your average chili. We ate this very often growing up. It is just as good reheated and even can be frozen. Simple to make on those nights you don't have a lot of time, and is a great way to stretch a dollar! When my mom makes this she makes it in a very large pot and adds more water and spices, but still uses the same amount of sauce, and soup, etc. So you can stretch this to more if you'd like by adding more water and spice to your taste. She also doesn't usually measure things out so estimated on ingredient amounts as well as time to make.

    Recipe #290635

    I had some ripe avocados I needed to use up and thought I'd make a guacamole. However I couldn't find a recipe on zaar that worked for us. They either had things I just didn't have on hand, or were made with things like sour cream or mayo which are both foods we can no longer enjoy since finding out my son is allergic to both dairy and eggs. So I whipped this up with things I had on hand and we enjoyed it very much. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #354928

    I saw this in a book my mom gave me and after a quick search didn't see it already on here. It looks like a really neat idea so I wanted to post here for safe-keeping and to share of course.

    Recipe #294322

    A refreshing drink from Smoothies and Summer Drinks. Cook time is chill time and only an estimate.

    Recipe #292953

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