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    This twist on a classic is more gooey and more tasty. The chocolate and peanut butter melt much better between two hot marshmallows and it is delicious!

    Recipe #502454

    This sandwich is based wholly on potato salad. Invented by my mother and me. Put it in the ice-box for lunch anywhere! Use any type of potato salad.

    Recipe #504948

    This is a tastier alternative to marinating meat. A rub gives a fuller flavor to any meat. This rub can be used for just about any meat (I personally favor it on chicken!). This recipe makes enough for about four servings of meat.

    Recipe #502441

    This fun and healthy shake is great for kids and pregnant moms-to-be.

    Recipe #502086

    Red apples are decorated to look like lady bugs. This is a quick and fun snack that kids will enjoy making and eating. For once kids can play with their food.

    Recipe #509904

    So this was my lunch yesterday and today. And I'm thinking about whipping up another bowlful this weekend to serve with some yummy grilled chicken (if it warms back up enough to be pleasant for eating outdoors! Brr!). And whipping up is probably not the best verb here...because there is no whipping involved. Just stirring really. So mabye I'll stir up another bowlful this weekend. ;) This dish is super "clean" and diet friendly recipe. It's almost paleo (I think...I can't keep the "rules" straight on this diet!), gluten free, dairy free, low carb, etc. There is minimal chopping...and just takes a few minutes to prep! Win-win-win...Baja-Cali Black Bean Salad FTW! I'm calling this Baja-Cali because it has all the flavors and colors of Baja...red/green...lime/cilantro...plus an avocado mixed in as well. Hence the Baja-Cali prefix for this black bean salad. Hope y'all enjoy this refreshing black bean salad!

    Recipe #505059

    Put a new spin on your yogurt, granola and fruit breakfasts...this also makes for a fantastic, filling and uber healthy after school snack. (Ask me how I know!) I saw this on Pinterest and knew it would be an instant hit with this crowd. For my dairy-free little people, I dropped a small scoop of coconut milk ice cream on the split instead of Greek yogurt...so their's was more of a "Banana Snack Split". Whether for breakfast with yogurt, or with ice cream for a snack, you can't go wrong with this Banana Breakfast Split! I sure wish I could have this delivered to you right now! ;) (P.S. I'm already seeing great prices on blueberries and blackberries in my stores. This will be perfect later in the spring, early summer when berry prices are at their lowest!)

    Recipe #516323

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    Recipe #497464

    It was a chilly 19°F day when I made these and our whole family was ready for spring! I pulled out my blender to make this tropical mango smoothie to help us beat the winter blues. It may not have been an 80° day but it helped lift our spirits.

    Recipe #516708

    How do you handle those mornings when you are 18 minutes later than you'd hoped to be, but you're craving a delicious and portable breakfast option that will leave you satisfied until lunch? With the ingredients positioned in the right place, you can have this one ready and be headed out the door in less than 2 minutes!

    Recipe #516321

    Here's a fun idea for a brunch, individual Fruit Pizza Waffles. This recipe was a big hit and pretty healthy!

    Recipe #516412

    Found on Slice of Life's Facebook page. Claims to be The Cheesecake Factory copycat.

    Recipe #499056

    As we head into pie season, you might take a peek in your spice rack and see if you have the spices needed to make Homemade Apple Pie Spice recipe. (I'll be sharing my Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice recipe also!) There is no need to spend $2-$3 on an apple pie spice jar from the spice aisle, when you already have the ingredients you need to mix up your own And you and you can mix up however much you'll think you'll need...leaving non or little to waste. Seriously, why buy a jar of spice that you one need 1-2 teaspoons of when you can mix up your own with what you've got already?! This apple pie spice mix would be perfect for...Slow Cooker Maple Sweetened Applesauce...Baked Apples with Maple and Granola...Homemade Granola. Do you make your own spice mixes!?!

    Recipe #516342

    As promised, my homemade pumpkin pie spice. You'll notice that it's very similar to my Homemade Apple Pie Spice...just adds ginger and a bit more cinnamon. And just like I said before, "why buy a jar of spice that you only need 1-2 teaspoons of when you can mix up your own with what you've got already?!" Over time, you accumulate all the spices you need to make up your own mixes!

    Recipe #516355

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