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    I've used this as the basis for a plain focaccia, added rosemary to the dough for a twist, pushed olives into the top for a little something extra... This is easily modified to suit your needs. Easily halved for a smaller loaf.

    Recipe #510919

    Mom's Chocolate Chip Oatmeal cookies. My mom's recipe, not "Mom's"....

    Recipe #510252

    Recipe #510250

    A great-tasting sugar-free cream cheese frosting. As a hint, before using, firm it up in the refrigerator a bit.

    Recipe #443297

    A very low carb (and just four ingredients required) peanut butter chocolate chip cookie recipe. Optionally you can leave out the sugar-free chocolate chips and use nuts.

    Recipe #443296

    Low-carb crock pot lasagna. Best made in a large oval crock pot or half the recipe and do it in a small round crock pot.

    Recipe #443295

    A recipe that is based on a few others I've seen, but I've modified it to be more my taste. Variations: You can leave out the chicken for a meatless option. You can also swap out the chicken broth for vegetable broth to make a vegetarian version. For those watching calories/fat, fat free cream cheese can be used or neufchatel. Mild Ro*Tel could be used if you're afraid of the heat/spice of original Ro*Tel

    Recipe #435248

    Baked steal cut oats. I portion it out on sunday, breakfast all week. Prep time does not include the overnight soak for the oats/nuts.

    Recipe #405786

    This recipe has been handed down by my mom, and I'm not sure where she got it from, other than it was hand-written in her notebook from way back.

    Recipe #252491

    FSD = Fat Smash Diet. Originally posted on the FatSmashForum.com recipes forum by kormom.

    Recipe #190078

    Breakfast scramble, phase 1 compliant for the Fat Smash Diet

    Recipe #189520

    FSD = Fat Smash Diet. Originally posted on http://www.FatSmashForum.com recipes forum by jenniam. From her notes: I left out the peanuts and used a little toasted sesame oil instead of peanut oil…………it was very good and could be used in phase II with some chicken, but I have to say that I really did enjoy it with the tofu The brown rice in this dish is nuttier-tasting and better for you than white. Long-grain brown rice tends to be a little milder than short-grain, but whichever you use, be sure to start this recipe using cold cooked rice.

    Recipe #189507

    FSD = Fat Smash Diet. Originally posted on the FatSmashForum.com recipes forum by sandyt. Cooking time includes 30 minutes of marinating time, as this is a "no-cook" recipe. The lentils and soybeans should be the canned ones, 'zaar did not recognize "canned lentils" or "canned soybeans" as an ingredient.

    Recipe #189412

    FSD = Fat Smash Diet. Originally posted on the FatSmashForum.com recipes forum by sandyt.

    Recipe #189330

    FSD = Fat Smash Diet. From the FatSmashForum.com recipes forum, posted by Mush.

    Recipe #189329

    Saw this on George Stella's show on FoodNetwork, Low Carb and Lovin' It. I've used a few different berries, just trying it on for size, and the only recommendation I can make against any particular berry so far, is raspberry. It's just too tart for the rest of it.

    Recipe #189034

    Great for a low-carb snack. I make this up fairly regularly, and just keep it in the fridge for when I need something, but it's just not meal time yet. I left the Bamboo skewers out of the recipe list, and the prep time includes 1 hour of marinading...

    Recipe #188919

    Is it pureed cauliflower or garlic mashed potatoes? First time out, my wife couldn't tell it wasn't potato until I told her...

    Recipe #188918

    The easiest way I know to do salmon...

    Recipe #188917

    Modified from Emeril's recipe on Foodnetwork.com... The original calls for Pork loin, shiitake and mung bean sprouts.

    Recipe #171030

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