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    Almond bars are a Dutch treat, and these, made with honey and real butter, have a rich, delicious flavor.

    Recipe #520801

    A delightful variation of lemon bars, these are a little "closer to the earth" with honey and coconut oil instead of much of the sugar and butter. And oh, my, they are YUMMY!!!

    Recipe #520796

    While most recipes for creme brulee are heavy on granulated sugar, this one uses real maple syrup. It's rich and delicious and serves two, so no temptation to over-indulge. (Of course, feel free to double or triple the recipe to feed guests!)

    Recipe #520750

    My husband loves granola, but it's not always healthy. This recipe is SO yummy and SO good for you! You could substitute less healthy ingredients (vegetable oil instead of coconut oil, brown sugar instead of maple syrup, etc) and leave out the ground flax seed and wheat germ, but if you have the ingredients, put them in! Also, the dried cherries can be substituted for any dried fruit (or even left out). Eat it for a snack by itself, or serve like cereal. YUMMY!!

    Recipe #520618

    We got hooked on Dave's Killer Good Seed Bread when visiting the northwest. Since we can't get it where we live, I attempted to make my own. This version is not as heavy as Dave's, but it's GOOD! Hands-down the best home-made bread I've ever made. Hearty, yet light and delicious, this bread is FULL of goodness! Feel free to play around with the amounts and kinds of seeds and grains and post your ideas! Use whatever flours you want (whole wheat, white whole wheat, part rye, etc.) and whatever seeds you want. I have also read that making a chia seed paste (3 Tablespoons chia seeds soaked in 8 oz. water overnight) helps the bread stay moist longer. I'll try it next time and post the results. I freeze the sliced bread, so I don't have trouble with it drying out, but if you prefer to keep your bread in the pantry, it may be worth trying!

    Recipe #519326

    Very easy and OH so delicious for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning or any fall morning for that matter!

    Recipe #511317


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