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    From the July '13 issue of Good Housekeeping. Sounds really yummy. Instead of the sugar, I would add a tiny bit of stevia. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #505446

    This has some added healthy surprises, yet it tastes great (according to my family taste testers)! The herb powder I use for added nutrition is a mix of eleuthero root, hawthorn berries, bilberry fruit, ginkgo, burdock root, horsetail, & oatstraw. Use what you have or leave it out. Try to use raw honey, as it has many more vitamins than processed and the store bought is often cut with corn syrup, or the bee farmers feed their bees with it. There is freezing time, but that could vary.

    Recipe #502160

    I got this recipe from a friend and tweaked it to make it healthier. Great taste, no cook and so easy! You can use any nut or seed butter you'd like.

    Recipe #500369

    Frugal Wellness blog. For spot cleaning around the house. Slightly revised. The original used Dr. Bronner's, but mixing Dr. B's with vinegar makes the soap break down into a mess. I had vinegar which I infused with orange and lemon peels. Smells better! I also used Tea Tree of an anti-bacterial addition.

    Recipe #500114

    This is a combo of ingredients that is soothing and cleansing. Good for sensitive skin. Add your choice of essential oils for your skin needs: Lavender for all around. Tea tree for troubled skin/acne. Lemon for a boost to oily skin. Frankincense is very good for skin also. This will last for quite awhile.

    Recipe #499847

    I got this off of a blog (titus2homemaker). Saving to try when we get sick.

    Recipe #498759

    This is from the book The Illustrated Step-By-Step Cook. If you don't like biting into onions, the onion is only used to infuse a flavor. You skim it out.

    Recipe #498508

    I made this up one day when I had some pork ribs. It turned out quite good.

    Recipe #497038

    This is not my recipe, but I forgot what blog it came from!!! I took the original (which was Granola Bites) and changed it a bit and it turned out really yummy. See note about oatmeal substitution.

    Recipe #496734

    I forgot to save where I got this from! These cook up really nice and light. I used vegetable glycerin instead of honey (with a little added Stevia). I didn't have pumpkin pie spice, so I used 2 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp turmeric, 1/2 tsp ginger and 1/4 tsp nutmeg.

    Recipe #495161

    I got the original from Cavegirlcuisine.com and adjusted it to make it more refined sugar free than it was. It is sweetened with bananas (there is a very slight banana flavor) and glycerin. You may use honey instead of glycerin. It is a moist, caky type of a cookie and will probably need to be kept in the fridge if not eaten right away. I'm not sure on the servings, as I made some small and some large.

    Recipe #495003

    I came up with this to try to get my daily dose of turmeric in. Turmeric is an Indian spice that is anti-inflammatory. You can take this hot or add ice and drink it cold. Good either way. You could also add in some powdered ginger, if you like.

    Recipe #493919

    From Brendan Brazier - I got out of healthyblenderrecipes.com. You can also dehydrate this in the oven on your lowest setting . Cook time is dehydrating time.

    Recipe #492063

    I got this after I tried it at a Christmas party. I could have eaten the whole thing. It is a pretty pink color too. It is a cream cheese based dip, good for veggies, crackers and fruit. It has a little bit of sweetness, but not overpowering. I'll bet you could make this sugar free by using some Stevia and/or vegetable glycerin.

    Recipe #491961

    I'm not sure where I got this. If anyone knows, let me know and I'll give proper credit. It's really tasty, and a good substitute if you are on a no grain diet (Paleo). I used my own topping for the first try, but might try this filling next time.

    Recipe #491801

    I made this up today. It turned out really good. Everyone liked it.

    Recipe #484956

    From Glutenfreely.com. I used bone-in ribs and picked them out, then reused them to make pork broth in the slow cooker overnight. Very tasty. I also let it cook for 9 hours and it wasn't dry.

    Recipe #484656

    This is from the Penzey's catalog. Great for a hot day because it's made all in the slow cooker, or for a cold winter day. I'm sure you could add other veggies, like shredded carrot or cabbage or sweet potatoes, for added nutrition. I used leftover shredded chicken. The catalog says to serve with cornbread and garnishes (probably cheese and sour cream etc). Even my kids liked it!

    Recipe #484113

    From eatnourishing.com. This is great warm or cold, with only a little sweetener.

    Recipe #484033

    From Parenting.com. I made this with already cooked brown rice, so the amounts were all different, but this would taste great either way. Sub in your favorite fruit.

    Recipe #484032

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