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    With a slightly crunchy exterior and a puffy, soft interior, this cookie satisfies both the crunchy and the soft cookie lovers. These look festive on a holiday cookie tray, but are delicious all year round! It's a creation born of several different recipes over the years. Using both butter and shortening is the secret to the dual texture. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do! :)

    Recipe #469322

    The basic dough recipe uses the Sun Flour Mills brand Gluten Free Pastry Flour Blend. The cream filling is from Chocolate Desserts by Pierre Hermé and my Chocolate Ganache recipe is adapted from Martha Stewart. NOTE: The pastry cream (custard filling) should be made 2 hours to two days in advance.

    Recipe #467692

    Basic dough recipe uses the Sun Flour Mills brand Gluten Free Pastry Flour, but I like to use the filling recipes from Rose Levy's Cake Bible. This recipe is posted with Rose's basic filling, plus several other flavored cream options. This gluten free dough makes such amazing cream puffs that it's hard to believe they're gluten free. Storing and shelf life are short though, so plan to make them the day you'll be serving them.

    Recipe #467689

    I vegan-ized a hybrid combination of Wilton butter cream frosting recipes to use on my vegan cupcakes in the bakery. This recipe makes about 6 cups of frosting, which I use very quickly baking in bulk, but feel free to half this for a standard-size batch of cupcakes.

    Recipe #466489

    I vegan-ized my favorite chocolate butter cream frosting for use with my vegan cupcakes in the bakery. This frosting tastes delicious on chocolate and yellow cake, but don't forget to try it on pumpkin cake/cupcakes too!

    Recipe #466488

    This recipe was posted for a Magic Bullet photo demo posted here in the Kitchen Gadgets forum. It really is a super easy recipe that my 5 year old actually made herself. I did the baking though, of course. ;) The cherry topping is also from the book, but I always add almond extract any time I use cherry pie filling, so I put that in the recipe also. The Cook Time includes refrigeration/cooling time, for planning purposes. (Or, so you don't end up eating dessert at 10:30 at night, like we did! LOL)

    Recipe #464615

    This recipe is posted from the Magic Bullet manual for a demo posted in the Kitchen Gadgets forum here on Food.com. It's your basic rum-based daiquiri but at the end of the directions I've included their other flavor variations. I combined two of them to make a Strawberry Diva Daiquiri (shown in photo).

    Recipe #464614

    This recipe is posted straight from the Magic Bullet manual for a demo posted in the Kitchen Gadgets and Appliances forum here on Food.com.

    Recipe #464398

    This recipe is posted from the Magic Bullet manual for a demo in the Kitchen Gadgets and Appliances forum here at Food.com. It's super simple and makes a great tasting salad for two. If you want to make a larger recipe, double the ingredients and use the blender attachment instead of the short cup. I did find it took me slightly longer than 6 seconds, and in the future I'll chop the apple and nuts a little smaller to speed it up. I also like dried cranberries in my chicken salad, so I hand-stir about 2 Tablespoons of Craisins into the mixture after I'm done pulsing.

    Recipe #464397

    This recipe for Im"meat"iate Spaghetti Sauce (Marinara)is posted from the Magic Bullet manual for a photo demo in the Kitchen & Gadgets Forum here on Food.com. I have abbreviated the instructions slightly for clarity. Note that this recipe calls for RAW meat. It's then cooked with the sauce in the microwave, but pre-cooking the meat in the Bullet cup and then proceeding with the recipe is also acceptable. Be sure to reduce the cooking time though.

    Recipe #464376

    A Mexican twist on spaghetti with ingredients inspired by the Summer 2011 Dining on a Dollar Contest. Qualifying ingredients: Zucchini, bouillon cubes, cumin, ground beef, salsa and purple onion.

    Recipe #461075

    First place winner of the Summer 2011 Dining on a Dollar Contest, this is a quick and easy Mexican influenced omelet. The qualifying ingredients are zucchini, eggs, purple onion, cumin and salsa. Thanks to everyone who tested, reviewed and rated this recipe, I appreciate your time and comments. I have revised the recipe slightly based on reviews during the contest, and have added a step to saute the zucchini and onions prior to adding them to the eggs. Feel free to reduce the number of eggs to suit the number of diners or your personal preferences. Thanks again, everyone! :D *Tink

    Recipe #461063

    This recipe is from my favorite cookbook series by Marie Simmons. The book is Pancakes A to Z and I have posted her Savory Mushroom, Spinach and Cheese Crepes and now am posting her crepe recipe by request. These crepes are delicious and is the recipe I turn to every time I need some. I only rarely use the optional brandy, because of the kids, but it's very good. I've used both almond and homemade vanilla extracts instead, depending on what I was filling the crepes with. For cherry fillings I use almond, for most others I use vanilla. *NOTE: The batter needs to rest for at least an hour before using. Prep time includes one hour resting.

    Recipe #453107

    Chef Lou runs the Westside Drive-In here in Boise, Idaho. Although everything I've tasted there has been delicious, I always came back for his fish and chips. When I saw this recipe of his on the local news website, I had to try it. Burnt sugar cake is a childhood favorite that only Gramma ever made to perfection, and lets be honest, if it's doughnut-like in any way, I'm gonna eat it! :) I haven't made this one yet, but when I do it'll be altered for gluten free and without the walnuts. I'm posting it in it's original form here with edits only for clarity in instructions and ingredient format for posting. The yield and cook time are estimates until I make this myself.

    Recipe #451141

    I first tasted these cookies at a friend's house and could not believe they were made with raw foods and in a dehydrator. They're delicious and are a very healthy snack or, she even eats them for breakfast! What?! Cookies for breakfast? Oh yeah, I'm in! :) I haven't made these myself, as I need to buy a new dehydrator, but I don't want to lose this recipe. Plan ahead for time to soak the cashews.

    Recipe #449563

    Totally addictive appetizer! Dill pickle rounds are the center of attention when wrapped in a blanket of cream cheese spread deli meat. An interesting appetizer I wanted to try after chef EnJenn3 described it in Topic of the Month thread. I searched and was surprised that the recipe wasn't posted here. I found different versions of it on Allrecipes and Cooks.com. I took both versions and spliced them together, based on my previous experience making similar appys, and here you have it. Herb-flavored spreadable cream cheese could also be used instead of regular. I got about 5-6 pickle rounds out of each pickle, but it will depend on how big they are to begin with.

    Recipe #448257

    From the Bastyr University newsletter. I haven't tried this yet, but am looking forward to it and don't want to lose it.

    Recipe #447855

    After chatting in the Topic of the Month forum with chefs pamelad and I. M. Devine, I was motivated to take suggestions from them both and create this refried bean recipe. I love knowing exactly what's going into them! I used this recipe to make some simple cheese and bean tostadas. The beans are not pre-soaked and are simply cooked in a crock pot, but feel free to use your favorite cooking method. Cook time is crock pot cooking. *PLEASE NOTE: The distillation process removes the gluten and therefore, vinegar is gluten-free. The exception is malt vinegar, which is made from barley and is NOT distilled. If you still have concerns about vinegar, the Heinz brand white vinegar is made from corn, not wheat. If you find that you react to vinegar though, feel free to substitute lemon or lime juice instead. :)

    Recipe #447673

    An accidental recipe, resulting from what I like to call, "The Great Beanie Brownie Experiment". I prefer fudgy brownies and while this recipe had great flavor, texture and was quite moist for gluten free, the final result was a little too cakey for me to call a brownie. I put some frosting on top, and we enjoyed it as a snack cake! I forgot to add the cranberries into the batter, so I just sprinkled them onto the icing, but I'm posting the recipe here as I had intended it to be made. :)

    Recipe #446629

    Start this recipe the day before to soak the beans and allow for a long, slow cook time. This recipe was lovingly adopted, after being posted in the Topic of the Month forum by John DOH (chef #308515), during the January 2011 Beans and Lentils event. I've just tested this recipe and it is very good! Made just as written, except I had to use ham hocks and add about two cups of water to cover them. The cook-time went up to 5 hours to reduce the extra liquid, but it was so worth the wait! The amount of sweet is just perfect in this hearty side dish. :)

    Recipe #446460

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