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    This is just a snack I made from what I had on hand that turned out better than I expected it to. Tell me what you think... .

    Recipe #155492

    2 Reviews |  By Vye367

    A wonderfully light breakfast (or even dessert) that could be an everyday thing, but is also nice enough to serve to guests at a brunch. I got this recipe from my great-aunt's cookbook.

    Recipe #160341

    I know, there must be a thousand recipes for smoothies on RecipeZaar, but I made this one today and it was pretty amazing; see what you think. The blood orange has a very delicate taste which isn't quite citrus which compliments the banana very well, and makes it a pretty pinkish-purple color. I suppose you don't need to add the protein powder, but it adds more substance, and besides, I love the consistancy it gives. P.S.- you can freeze the banana with the peel on, but it just makes it so much easier to peel it first.

    Recipe #152340

    Looking around for a something a little bit special for Sunday brunch, I stole bits and pieces from other recipes on 'Zaar and came up with this. I think I'm still tweaking it; nonetheless, between my grandmother, my mom and me, we finished this version off in one sitting.

    Recipe #198040

    The restaurant that I work at serves both a very good cheese platter and a scrumptious fudge brownie. This is an idea inspired by a little creativity when I had a bit of cheese left over during dessert.

    Recipe #336413

    2 Reviews |  By Vye367

    A twist on the "warm milk before bed" idea. It works better than any pill, I promise.

    Recipe #146787

    I like to eat. Often. So I don't like to eat heavily on a regular basis, and this makes a good lunch/snack thing. Don't write it off because of the rice cakes! They are amazingly good, and addictive.

    Recipe #142647

    3 Reviews |  By Vye367

    My roomates swooned at sight of these - goes to show how starved for decent food we are. Ooh well; they were delicious anyway.

    Recipe #163050

    5 Reviews |  By Vye367

    My mother is the dictionary definition of "chocoholic". As a child I was not allowed to have sweets often, we were big on vegetarian meals and so on. However, this little treat didn't count I guess, and I came home from school to animal crackers and icing, fruit and chococlate dip, movies and chocolate... you get the picture. note: my mother prefers Ghiradelli cocoa powder because she swears it's the best, but I find that Hershey's tatses just as heavenly

    Recipe #146617

    1 Reviews |  By Vye367

    This was a back-of-the-fridge creation, belive it or not, that I think turned out well. Then again, I really like tofu, so if any adventurous non-vegetarians happen to try this, let me know what you think. It seems like a dessert dish, but its great for breakfast, too.

    Recipe #226281

    I found this on http://www.cooksrecipes.com/. I think it would be fun to make for Christmas presents so I'm "keeping it safe" here.

    Recipe #198917

    2 Reviews |  By Vye367

    These are in honor of my dad, who lives on PB&J. They sound a bit different, but they taste so good! I made them in jumbo muffin tins so that each one was a mini-cake, but regular cupcakes are adorable.

    Recipe #246277

    3 Reviews |  By Vye367

    I made these to grab as a healthy and YUMMY breakfast. I've gotten into the habit of dippng dried apricots in peanut butter; this is my portable version! They can also be made vegan by using an egg substitute for the eggs.

    Recipe #220145

    5 Reviews |  By Vye367

    This "recipe" is for my personal favorite flavors, but there are so many different delicious combinations it's mind boggling. My suitemate says this has a very "intense" flavor -- personally, I think it's perfect.

    Recipe #158726

    Hanging out and baking on a rainy Friday in my friend's apartment, we got creative with a batch of brownies. After adding tons of chocolate chips and some M+M's, I decided they still weren't sweet enough and needed frosting, too. I had been eyeing the bottle of Captain Morgan's sitting out on the coffee table (yeah) and suddenly, I had a beautiful idea for frosting... (keep in mind i didn't measure anything when making this, so no need to be precise on amounts).

    Recipe #198774

    1 Reviews |  By Vye367

    I love strawberry cake, but I have gotten too spoiled to buy the box kind. I searched online for a from-scratch version, and here it is! They come out less sweet and a bit more muffin-like than the cake mix would.

    Recipe #210057

    3 Reviews |  By Vye367

    This may be an accquired taste; I discovered it out of necessity (although I have a suspicion it might be a conglomeration of recipes I have found here on Zaar...). I think it is delicious and even more importantly, one of the most filling things I've ever had.

    Recipe #167635

    1 Reviews |  By Vye367

    This is a recipe that I tweaked from a cookbook called "Light Desserts". It was banana pineapple, but that wasn't applealing to me at the moment, so I made banana orange. You could use whichever you pleased, or even something else entirely, I suppose. (Cooking time includes chilling time).

    Recipe #203006

    1 Reviews |  By Vye367

    I had my mom bring down the crockpot when she visited me on parent's weekend. It makes cooking even easier, and the whole suite smelled so homey!

    Recipe #142643


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