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    This is just the way I eat my oatmeal, it's hardly a recipe. Rolled oats are already steamed before packaging, in essence they're already cooked somewhat. I LOVE the texture, and figure the less you break down natural food, the better!

    Recipe #384427

    This is a delicious and very healthy treat. With only a few ingredients, it's clean, wholesome, and a great post-workout snack.

    Recipe #442405

    I make this perfectly rich and easy hot chocolate for myself most mornings. It's lowfat, sugar free, and I'd rather the antioxidants from this versus caffeine from coffee. This is way better than those questionable, hardly chocolatey, who-knows-whats-in-them packets.

    Recipe #395484

    This is my most favorite post-workout breakfast smoothie. Who knew oatmeal could taste so amazing in a smooth, creamy, protein & fiber-packed smoothie? The ingredients in this recipe are ideal for post workout nutrients to feed and help recover lean muscle. Ricotta cheese is pure whey protein, so if you don't have protein mix, skipping it is fine - you'll still get the benefits of whey protein (fast absorption). This shake holds me over until lunch, and gives me great energy. Not to mention, it's like dessert! **Don't forget to soak your oatmeal overnight.** Soaking is more ideal nutritionally than cooking the oatmeal first, which some oatmeal smoothie recipes instruct. Also, I've made the same smoothie and added banana and a tablespoon of natural peanut butter. Also very good! Enjoy!

    Recipe #464130

    This takes all of about 1 minute to whip up using just condiments! It's so easy, so delicious, and quite healthy. Great for sandwiches, tuna melts, or with your favorite crackers.

    Recipe #311925

    This is the addictive smoked tuna dip you can find at most any seafood market in the Florida panhandle area. As for the other tuna dips, this is definitely a force to be reckoned with. I've tweaked the spices because nothing tastes better than good ol' Tony's.

    Recipe #417087

    This healthy salad is simple and delicious. High protein, low carb, good fats.

    Recipe #382117

    Another "what in this refrigerator needs to be used" recipe.

    Recipe #484757

    I whip this up most mornings for the hubs and I - it's healthy and easy. I let it slowly cook together as I make coffee and other morning routine stuff.

    Recipe #442380

    Or you can call it 'blender broccoli cream soup.' Either way, it's delicious served either way: hot or cold. It's clean, healthy and delicious.

    Recipe #485418

    I had this quesadilla at a Mexican restaurant nearby in Pelham, Alabama before a Coldplay concert. I told the server there are chorizo & goat cheese quesadillas in Heaven. Seriously.

    Recipe #373411

    Whether you ordered delivery or went out for pizza and brought some home, this is by far the best and most convenient breakfast to make the next morning! It's been one of my favorites since I was a little girl. *This recipe is for one serving just for clarity. I would recommend 1 egg per 1 or 2 slice(s) of pizza.

    Recipe #260358

    Inspired by a favorite snack at my favorite restaurant, Bottega in Birmingham, AL. Served with pita chips, I find it best.

    Recipe #281466

    Recipe #200166

    So easy and so delicious... my boyfriend and I tend to lose ourselves and fight over who gets to lick the dish! ***Any tangy, soft cheese is perfect for this. I LOVE it with goat cheese. Also: if you're short on time or just don't feel like turning on the oven, throw everything together in a microwave safe bowl, cover with plastic wrap (tomato sauce explodes all over the microwave otherwise), and microwave about a minute. Voila!

    Recipe #287798

    A favorite style of cooking fresh white fish of Isabel Allende. Can be used with any white fish.

    Recipe #200167

    I threw this together trying to come up with something tasty and healthy that me, my boyfriend, and our dogs could enjoy for my boxer-rot's 3rd birthday... Please don't let that throw you off, this is so good and couldn't be easier. I'm thinking about topping the "people" portions with some homemade cream cheese icing. Since wheat and corn are bad for pups, this uses oatmeal for the flour, and dogs love peanut butter of course. I've also used natural, nutrient-filled sweeteners, and other sound ingredients such as aluminum-free leavening. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #416659

    This recipe was an accident, a very delicious accident. I had some onion dip leftovers and some roasted jalapeño mayo I had made, and they became great friends.

    Recipe #438445

    Yellow cake, made with just egg yolks, just like the little old ladies from back home in south Alabama used to make. I haven't had it in so long, and searched and searched for a recipe that looks like it could be it. If handled with care, as all good homemade creations should be, this one really "takes the cake." This one I have made a couple of times to get it just right. I found it at joyofbaking.com. I've kept the recipe the same, but just perfected my handling of it after a couple lax mistakes: This cake DOES NOT do well if frozen after being baked and cooled (I like to ice my cakes while frozen). It dries out and crumbs up WAY too easily after this. Moreover, DO NOT overmix the batter. Since this is not my recipe, I am posting it as-is to maintain the integrity of it because I do not like to "plagiarize" others' recipes. Even if I could say "I just made it my own." The recipe says to mix for 2 whole minutes at one point, but please do not. KEEP IN MIND to mix just until moistened and homogeneous. You kind of have to baby it. I made this cake in humid, hot Alabama weather, and still got 2 dry, crumbly batches as described above, so please do not overlook. When I finally got it right, it's the kind of cake that makes you close your eyes after your first bite because you can't believe how amazing it is. I used fresh, quality ingredients every time - even the mistakes - and don't want you to have to waste the ingredients I did. No room for error, unfortunately - but well worth it. And more to be proud of. http://www.joyofbaking.com/YellowButterCake.html

    Recipe #380552

    This recipe is from vegweb.com. I was pleasantly surprised as to how wonderful these turned out. Made them for my vegan boss for Bosses' Day for a nice fall treat. I upped the amount of fat and milk listed on the recipe because I ended up with sand instead of dough. The dough seems to be very "fixable," so if the dough isn't coming together for you, adjust fat, liquid, and leavening accordingly until you come up with the right consistency. Please do not leave me a negative rating because of this - when I followed the recipe as-is from the website, I had to adjust it - you may have to as well depending on your ingredients, kitchen temperature, climate. Regardless, these are delicious! Oh, and some were flatter than others - the slices that came to room temperature before baking turned out nicer than the ones put in the oven still cold. Thus, be sure to not skip the chilling and resting times.

    Recipe #466291

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