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    I love iced coffee in hot weather. But I do NOT care for sweet things in the morning so the vanilla-infused version that is my favorite doesn't suit that time of day. It took some experimentation, but I've come up with a tasty version of iced coffee that works properly as a morning, wake-me-up drink. The minimal amount of Splenda mellows the flavor without making the drink taste sweet. Prep time does not include brewing the coffee. Best to do that the night before.

    Recipe #242029

    It only takes a minute to make up a tall, cold glass of this refreshing, hot-weather drink. You've probably got all the ingredients on hand. While its best if you thought ahead to make some double-strong coffee, that last mugfull that got cold in the pot will do. ;) (I confess, I can't afford to use real vanilla all the time. The artificial kind works just fine in this for my tastes).

    Recipe #242033

    Flexible quantities and the ability to use pre-prepared, canned, and frozen ingredients make this flavorful, veggie-filled meal go together quickly and easily. Chop up an onion, mince a garlic clove, open a few bags, jars, and cans and it will be simmering on the back of the stove in no time. Yet it tastes as if you’d been cooking all day. Meatless as written, it’s suitable for Lent, but there is no reason not to add whatever cooked meat you have on hand. Look at the optional ingredients suggestions for additional possibilities to use any other vegetables you happen to have on hand. Additionally, I’ve included a recipe for preparing polenta to go under the sauce, but you could put it on pasta if you prefer after the contest. Note: Low fat if you use restraint with the olive oil. Note: Can be made in the crockpot if you prefer.

    Recipe #354024

    A light, crisp batter suitable for frying squash, zucchini, chicken, pork, tilapia, or nearly any other food that might be fried. The flavors are intentionally kept light to enhance rather than cover the natural goodness of the foods being coated, but if you want a more intense flavor you can certainly increase the amounts. Enough to batter 4-6 squash or 1-2 lbs of chicken tenders.

    Recipe #479076

    16 years ago when I was pregnant with my first child my CNM gave me this recipe for a nutritional drink. I always found that I could get it down even when I had morning sickness and I credit it for my kids' great health even when I was so queasy I could eat almost nothing. The CNM recommended whole milk because the fat in the milk improves the absorption of the calcium and other nutrients. I usually left out the fruit because sweet things made me queasy.

    Recipe #224264

    Fried potatoes are tasty in any form, but this flavorful salt will take your homemade potatoes to a new level. With the added flavor from the seasoning you might even use less salt. Note -- Stir well before each use because the ingredients will settle out in layers.

    Recipe #264354

    A wonderfully refreshing COLD treat for a HOT day. Easy to make with ingredients you probably have on hand. Best to make up double-strong coffee the night before, but the cold remains of this morning's pot will do.

    Recipe #245348

    My young son invented this when he was in kindergarten. He loves Ants on a Log, but we were out of celery. A reasonably dexterous 5yo can make his/her own snack with a little supervision. This serves one young child.

    Recipe #215284

    I don't think that bought cole slaw dressing is really satisfactory -- generally too salty and bland. So I messed with recipes until I came up with one we realy enjoy. Being sugarless, its diabetic-friendly as well.

    Recipe #209944

    Our family was swimming at a park in a small, New England town and, not realizing that it would close at 7 pm, I hadn't hurried about getting our chicken grilled. The ranger who apologetically told us that we were going to have to go commented on how good the chicken smelled and, when given a piece, told us he'd go finish up on the other side first so that we could have another 15 minutes to finish eating. Try this marinade on chicken, beef, pork, or even fish such as salmon or shark. But do look to see when the park is going to close. The rangers are only human. ;-) LOL

    Recipe #213299

    Simple enough for a snack, hearty enough for a light meal. Fire up the broiler if you're making enough for the family or tuck it into the toaster oven to save on energy for 1 or two. The recipe is sized for one person but can be expanded infinitely. Since you cook on a square of aluminum foil clean-up is easy -- no need to scrub cheese off your plates.

    Recipe #289842

    A delicious cold drink for summertime or anytime. Drinks like this cost a fortune at a coffeehouse, but come out of your blender for pennies a serving. As easy as it is tasty.

    Recipe #221888

    I had to go shopping last night despite having a terrible cold. While picking up soft peppermint sticks in the Christmas Clearance aisle a fellow clearance shopper offered the following recipe, which I'm posting to make sure I don't forget it.

    Recipe #347670

    Sometimes simple is best. Mayonnaise and a few, delicate seasonings are all your leftover chicken or turkey really needs to make a good lunch. Serve on rolls, wraps, crackers, bread, English muffins, whatever you like.

    Recipe #280219

    Some mornings you're looking at a package of round steaks or some other tough cut that NEEDS a marinade. And you've got 5 minutes before you have to walk out the door so there isn't time to measure out a lot of ingredients for something complexly seasoned. This marinade will make the cut because its almost as easy as the bottled kind. But you won't feel shortchanged at dinner time because it tastes like more work than it really is. Also good on chicken.

    Recipe #222155

    Frozen fruit smoothies are a favorite for the whole family. Why pay an arm and a leg for them when they're so easy to make at home? For an adult variation, try a shot of Captain Morgan on a warm, summer evening after the kids have gone to bed. Tip: Freeze bananas after peeling to save yourself a lot of hassle.

    Recipe #217138

    An icy treat for hot weather! Kids will love this and parents will to. Things don't taste as sweet when cold so people who like sweeter lemonade will want extra sweetener while those who prefer a tarter drink will not. Adults may enjoy the optional rum or whiskey. Any excess may be frozen in popsicle molds. Variation: Try frozen juice concentrates instead of the lemonade concentrate. I like grapefruit, my kids like grape. Try orange slushies for a summer brunch.

    Recipe #245377

    A frosty, creamy, tropical treat. Just the thing for an afternoon in the sun or a cookout after a long, summer day. Want some spiced rum with that?

    Recipe #248765

    A light, creamy, fruit-filled alternative to milkshakes. Cut the calories, but don't cut the flavor because the goodness comes straight from the real fruit.

    Recipe #222668

    I've been planning my garden and dreaming of eating stuff like this come summer. If I'm lucky the last of the spinach will overlap the first of the tomatoes, because the key to this recipe is that the tomato be perfectly ripe. If its still warm from the sun that's even better. These wraps make a great lunch but are light enough for snacking too. If you use low-carb wraps they are diabetic-friendly.

    Recipe #217949

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