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    This recipe was created because of a complete lack of pink guava recipes on the web. I hope you'll enjoy this creamy, buttery, beautifully pink jam as much as I do. Delicious on toast or on crackers with manchego cheese. Can be used as a tropical glaze as well.

    Recipe #437502

    Finally, a healthy blueberry muffin recipe! Vegetarian and can easily be made vegan. Enjoy.

    Recipe #409252

    I could not locate a good vegan persimmon cookie recipe that appealed to me so I came up with this one; these cookies require no eggs and use less sugar and vegetable butter (margarine) than others I have seen elsewhere. The resulting "cookies" are soft and almost bread-like. Enjoy in place of scones or as a light, not too heavy treat.

    Recipe #398791

    This frozen yogurt was inspired by the Korean traditional dessert, baesuk. (Traditional baesuk is peeled and sliced Korean pear cooked in water with black peppercorns, ginger and sugar, then garnished with ground pine nuts.) This frozen version of baesuk substitutes the creaminess of pine nuts with the smooth texture of yogurt.

    Recipe #256502

    Mango lassi happens to be one of my favorite dairy treats, so the combination of "frozen" and "lassi" seemed like an obvious one. I hope you enjoy this frozen treat as much as I do on a hot day.

    Recipe #256490

    For eons, it seems, I have been experiementing with alternative ingredients to create the perfect cup of dairy free, sugar free spiced chai. Soy milk may work with coffee, but not with tea. Soy milk tends to unfortunately spoil tea by overpowering it with a chalky taste. This renders the use of soy milk as a dairy alternative in chai as problematic. At long last I have come up with what I consider to be the perfect non-dairy, no-sugar chai. The chalky taste of soy milk is avoided with the use of almond milk, which is totally smooth in texture. It is also adequately complex and silky enough to stand in for condensed milk. Tip: I use Blue Diamond almond milk (vanilla flavor) myself, however any type of almond milk should work. If you do not have access to almond milk off the shelf, almond milk may be made from sratch -- a quick Google search will aid you in this.

    Recipe #162847

    This is my own version kourambiethes (Greek almond shortbread cookies). When I created this recipe, I was looking for a way to create kourambiethes with less sugar and less cholesterol, which I achieved by using less sugar and no egg yolk. Other changes I made to the traditional kourambiethes recipe are: use of fragrant, dry roasted almonds made into a coarse flour (rather than simply chopped) and a liberal use of ouzo and rose water to play up some accent flavors. Enjoy -- please let me know how yours turn out!

    Recipe #162546

    These are fabulous breakfast muffins with an exotic, tropical twist. Tempered with sweet coconut milk and a bit of vanilla, they will easily convert anybody questioning the King of Fruits.

    Recipe #155799

    This recipe is my own nod to Fall, combining both Japanese ingredients and metaphors for the season together with our traditional Western craving for sweet things during the Holidays.

    Recipe #147155


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