I received this delicious recipe from my husband's aunt several years ago after devouring this cake at a family dinner (I even had the leftovers for breakfast the next morning!). It is super-easy to make and is one of the best chocolate cakes I've ever had. This cake tastes even better the next day and freezes extremely well. I usually use a little of the chocolate cakemix instead of white flour to flour the pan so that you don't see any white specks on the cake. It's so rich that I usually don't use frosting. I usually use Duncan Hines fudge cakemix and Jello pudding mix. Makes a great presentation at potlucks and dinner parties. The best thing is that this cake doesn't taste at all like it came from a mix. Enjoy!
This recipe is originally from Bon Appetit Magazine. It is absolutely delicious in summertime made with ripe tomatoes. This dish is easy and very healthy, and always receives raves from family and friends. The original recipe called for 6 Tbsp. of olive oil, but I found it too oily; feel free to experiment on your own. The secret lies in allowing the flavors of the tomato sauce to marinate, so don't cut this step short. Enjoy!
This is one of Jeanne Lemlin's recipes (from her wonderful cookbook "Quick Vegetarian Pleasures") that I have adapted a little to my taste. It is one of my favorite quick and healthy weeknight meals. It tastes good with or without the sour cream, and also is good with a sprinkling of cheddar cheese on top. It makes great leftovers and is good for work lunches.
This was originally a reader recipe from Cooking Light magazine. I have tried many, many banana breads over the years (from healthy to unhealthy versions) and this remains my favorite. It's very easy to make and also freezes very well.
This was one of my favorite recipes that mom made while I was growing up. I make it all the time now for my husband and I. Since I like to eat healthy, I normally make the sauce with lean ground turkey, but mom always made it with ground beef. The chili sauce is THE secret ingredient--don't leave it out!! It tastes great over spaghetti with Parmesan cheese sprinkled on top. It freezes very well and makes great leftovers.
This recipe is adapted from "The Omega Diet," which is an excellent book on nutrition. These brownies don't taste "lowfat" or "healthy," yet they have essential fatty acids from the canola oil and walnuts. I have made these in an 8x8 pan, by simply cooking the brownies for a slightly shorter time. I usually use a little less than 1/2 c. of flour to make the brownies fudgier. Brownies without the guilt!
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