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    This is the trail mix for people who are allergic to nuts and/or chocolate but still crave the sweet/crunchy taste! Frustrated for years at not being able to buy trail mix, I decided to share what I came up with. As U2 would say, I think it's "even better than the real thing"! The carob chips add a bit of fat, but, for non-chocolate eaters, they add that extra something you need here. If you can have chocolate, I recommend using dark choc. chips instead (no sat. fat!), but you may want to up the cranberries to 1 cup for sweetness. These are rough proportions--adjust to your taste.

    Recipe #181297

    This is a mild but flavorful soup that is great comfort food. This soup is a blending of several different recipes and was created as a quick-fix dinner for a vegetarian friend using ingredients I had on-hand. I usually eat it as a meal with some fresh bread. Though I have not tried this, I imagine the soup would also taste great cold since the recipe is similar to that of a traditional vichyssoise. This recipe is excellent for potluck dinners. In fact, when I took this to an "all soup" potluck, it was the only empty pot at the end of the night!

    Recipe #134333


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