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    Play with your food! This recipe is more of a concept than a recipe that needs to be exactly followed - you can make your mashed potatoes and sauce any way you want them. It's best to give the child their own portion of lava to pour, makes it more fun! Too bad the lava can't actually shoot out of the volcano, we're working on that. Variations of this can be found all over the web, so I have no idea where the idea originated. This is perfectly vegan friendly, as it can be made with rice or soy milk and margarine, in fact it was written that way when I found it at Veg Family. Enjoy!

    Recipe #299634

    From a veggie blog; description that follows is hers-- The night before, freeze one banana and one cup fresh pineapple, in chunks. The next morning, you are ready to begin. Put the chunks of banana in the bowl of the food processor and with the S blade, process until very creamy and smooth. Add ½ tsp of vanilla while it is running. Then, and this is the important part, reach into this part of you that is totally crazy and corny. You NEED to add the chunks of pineapple while singing Copa Cabana BUT changing the words to Pina Cabana. You can say Colada instead of Cabana if you wish but change nothing else ! It could explode right there ! And you have to sing OVER the sound of the food processor. Pretend you are at a Barry Manilow show and people are thrashing everywhere… that will help. When you have sung a whole verse and the chorus twice, your dog is howling, your cat is scared to death (figure of speech), the neighbors have called the police and the mixture is smooth, add ½ tsp coconut extract. I hope you can follow these instructions to the letter because it’s really good. Decorate with a little coconut (toasted would be pretty) and eat immediately. Think to take a picture after you have already eaten half the bowl. With that, I’m Chiquita Banana and I’m here to say, that I wish I was organic and have a nice day !

    Recipe #244805

    From Cooking Light. I've upped the fat a little by using real butter, the recipe originally called for reduced-calorie stick margarine, so you can go that way if you prefer. If you can't find mostaccioli, any tubular pasta will do, like a penne. I can find mostaccioli easier than I can spell it. I usually melt the bit of butter at the end for making the topping; your choice, you can cut it in. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #239860

    This recipe came from Better Homes and Gardens. It's the first time I've used the no-boil lasagna noodles, and they were just fine. Certainly speeds things up. The quality/flavor of your marinara will of course affect the result - I use a garlicky one that I like. Not all no-boil lasagna noodles are the same size. Use enough to have 3 even, single layers. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #235496

    My second entry into the broccoli quiche category...this one is from Vegetarian Pleasures. Breadcrumbs in recipes always confuse me, I'm not sure what I'm being asked for. In this one, you want to make a slice or two of toast, let it (them) cool, and give a buzz in the food processer. This can be made up to 8 hours in advance-cover and chill the crust and filling separtely. Have not done that, so I could only guess how you might need to adjust the baking time; maybe another 15 minutes? I don't know why it's called crustless, it has a crust, just a thin one. Anyway, it's yummy. I've had no problem using lowfat/non-fat milk and cottage cheese. I never use the cayenne pepper, because Mr. B. does not like even a touch of heat, so I don't know how that tastes in there. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #206339

    Very easy to throw together! We used to travel around the country in a beat up old motorhome, and this was a good dinner for us, as it doesn't take much kitchen space or much cleanup. It's from Secrets of Fat-Free Cooking, but I hate nonfat cheddar cheese and use lowfat instead. The original recipe called for 1 1/2 teaspoons of mustard, but we thought that was totally overpowering, and cut it way back. This one certainly leaves room for some playing around-you could change the vegetable or add your favorite herbs or spices, but we eat it just the way it is. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #202790

    Adapted from the Louisiana Sweet Potato commission, this recipe is packed with healthy ingredients. A cream soup with no cream, no butter; just flat out good for you. I used King Arthur's "white" whole wheat flour to pack in a bit more nutritional punch. My local Safeway is carrying this flour now. This colorful soup is very mild; if you want to kick it up with some heat, go right ahead. Mr. B does not like spicy; when he tried this soup he gave it two thumbs up. Note--I use bagged baby spinach and don't bother to remove the stems.

    Recipe #200113

    From Diane Mott Davidson's culinary mystery series.

    Recipe #169583


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