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    This is the recipe mom always made when we were growing up! Creamy, but yet a little tangy.

    Recipe #515502

    This is a good way to use up kale and zucchini. The tomatoes really add to the dish as well. This would be good with yellow squash also.

    Recipe #515473

    These are chocolate, chocolate chunk, peppermint, candy cane cookies. So good! I used coconut oil in place of the butter since my daughter is allergic to milk and they turned out great. So that is an option as well.

    Recipe #511581

    This is an easy baked chicken with an easy, tangy sauce. I've also added an optional variation for a tomato baked chicken.

    Recipe #506816

    This salad can also be made with sliced strawberries and/or kiwi. I love to keep the dressing on hand for other salads as well.

    Recipe #504167

    Chicken breasts baked in a creamy, tangy white sauce that is dairy free. Really easy.

    Recipe #501447

    I got this basic recipe from the Heavenly Homemaker blog and tweaked it a little. I like that it's very simple - you can add whatever veggies you really want or have on hand. I also like that the doughy topping is so simple and easy to make non-dairy so I can make it for my daughter, but it's also very basic and anyone should like it.

    Recipe #499066

    This is an easy white sauce to prepare and pour over the chicken and then just let it bake. Simple and delicious!

    Recipe #494065

    I found this in a TOH Quick Cooking July/August 2004 issue and adapted it to our tastes. We really like it. It's good as an appetizer or paired with a sandwich or salad at lunchtime.

    Recipe #485574

    Drizzle an easy orange sauce over homemade gingerbread for an old-fashioned holiday dessert. Cut just the number of squares needed, then you can use gingerbread cookie cutter to form fun and festive gingerbread fellows. Decorate as desired. Can be made dairy free if desired as well.

    Recipe #485573

    Orange juice and cinnamon lend a pleasant spicy taste to these quick-cooking boneless chicken breasts. Good served over brown rice with broccoli or green beans. Originally from TOH's Quick Cooking magazine Nov./Dec. 1999 issue.

    Recipe #485572

    I found this in the original Taste of Home cookbook. I have made it many times.

    Recipe #483127

    I found this recipe after discovering that I was all out of ketchup, which is what I was planning to make my barbecue sauce with. This turned out really good.

    Recipe #482219

    These whole wheat, oatmeal, cinnamon pancakes still taste just as yummy as regular ole pancakes, but you can feel much better about eating them and they are much more filling! Enjoy!

    Recipe #478424

    This frosting is sweet and tangy with a strong raspberry flavor. I adapted it from the Making Life Delicious blog. I used it on a chocolate cake for my daughter's 5th birthday. It was soo yummy!

    Recipe #474315

    Having grown up in Sierra Leone, West Africa I grew up eating this and loved it. Now my kids love it.

    Recipe #473907

    I found this on The Healthy Foodie blog and really liked it. I modified it to fit my needs and tastes. The recipe said to bake them in 4 mini loaf pans, but I ended up baking mine in muffin tins so they would be done quicker. You could also bake it as one loaf, but of course it would take longer then. My kids loved these when I made them too.

    Recipe #472042

    I got this from another website and it was designed for one person, but I adapted it for my family of 4. They all ate it well and it was quite yummy!

    Recipe #468306

    I found this recipe on Carrie Vitt's Deliciously Organic website. I'm anxious to try them out.

    Recipe #468305

    This is a thick, creamy soup with no dairy for my milk allergic daughter. I got this from allrecipe.com, but adjusted it a little.

    Recipe #467801

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