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    I'm always looking for new ways to "sneak" veggies into my kids as well as reducing their sugar intake. This is the perfect way to accomplish both goals while the kids stay none the wiser. I've seen other sloppy joe recipes using carrots and thought, "Why not squash?" The natural sweetness from the squash eliminates the need to add sugar. What parent can't appreciate that? :) My daughter raved about this tweaked version of a classic kids' favorite--so much that she even asked for seconds.

    Recipe #507670

    This is my version of an all-American classic. It is one of my ultimate favorite comfort foods--sinfully rich, gooey-cheesy and tummy-warming on a chilly day. In my opinion, using varying degrees of cheddar cheese creates the perfect flavor combination. I have experimented with other cheese combinations but usually return to the classic cheddars. After making this homemade mac-n-cheese for my husband, he was successfully converted from being a lover of boxed powdered mixes. Be advised that all diets go out the window for this one!

    Recipe #320217

    This is super simple and so much healthier than the store-bought Magic Shell ice cream topping. Pour it warm over ice cream or your choice of dessert and enjoy. It could also be used as a dip, but it might be slightly drippy and messy (but who cares if you enjoy it in the privacy of your own home or among friends). :)

    Recipe #515556

    When peeling apples for cooking/baking/snacking, don't discard the peels. Instead, multi-purpose them to make this aromatic potpourri that smells like a freshly-baked apple pie. Use it as a real estate selling tactic, to set the mood for a party or simply for your own enjoyment. It's easy to make and all-natural.

    Recipe #505249

    This is a much healthier version of a classic bundt cake. For those with food allergies or who are looking to decrease fat/cholesterol intake, this recipe is egg-free and fat-free. This cake turns out moist with bits of apple and tart cranberry nestled within tender vanilla cake with warm autumnal spices. (Made for a dear relative, who has an egg allergy and was facing gall bladder attacks at the time this recipe was created).

    Recipe #511422

    I made these strudels for my family's annual Oktoberfest 2008, and everyone agreed they are sinfully delicious. I say this because a great deal of butter is used in this recipe. The strudels have a crispy, buttery phyllo dough exterior with a juicy, semi-tart apple filling seasoned with cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. I use Northern Spy apples for the filling, but they are difficult to find. Macintosh, Courtland or Granny Smith would do just as well. This is definitely one of my favorite comfort foods.

    Recipe #330305

    This is an easy, delicious way to serve green beans. This dish can be served any night of the week or is elegant enough for a dinner party. Ginger and soy sauce gives this dish a bit of Asian flair and a little something that makes people wonder, "What was that?"

    Recipe #319156

    This is a variation of my Recipe #226422 with a little Asian flair. It was a big hit with my husband. You could make this recipe as the main course of a meal, or it could work for an appetizer as well.

    Recipe #261088

    These turkey cutlets are juicy and seasoned with garlic, onion, ginger, sesame and a touch of cayenne for a hint of heat. Finished with a sweet and salty maple-soy sauce, these turkey cutlets are a tasty combination of Asian flavors. Please note that preparation time includes time needed to marinate the turkey cutlets.

    Recipe #517456

    This is a quick and easy dish that could be served any night of the week. It is also elegant enough to be served at a dinner party. I think the flavor combination of asparagus and mushrooms best accompanies beef, but you could serve with any meat of your choice. This dish could also be served over brown or white rice as a main dish vegan alternative (Note: This would reduce the number of servings from four to two).

    Recipe #317975

    This is an easy, festive recipe for autumn. I made this recipe with our nursing home residents in celebration of our October birthdays. They really enjoyed the aroma of the baking cupcakes and frosting them. We inserted pretzel sticks into the center of each orange-colored frosted cupcake to make them look like little pumpkins. What fun we had! This would also be a fun children's project. Enjoy! (Note: preparation time does not include time for cupcakes to cool.)

    Recipe #329603

    This is not a healthy dish by any means, but it is delicious. The chicken breasts turn out juicy and tender and are topped with a layer each of bacon and melted, browned smoked gouda. Yummm!

    Recipe #410924

    This recipe was given to me by my co-worker, Judy Wedman, and was originally written by her beloved mother, Milly Haskin. This recipe makes four individual servings--each ramekin filled with a silky, smooth custard and topped with a sprinkling of nutmeg. This custard was a staple during my tonsillectomy recovery, as it's one of the only foods that slid easily down my throat as well as provided much-needed protein.

    Recipe #477145

    This is an easy, tasty chicken breast recipe.

    Recipe #276286

    This is a recipe my mother uses. Her hometown grocery store actually gave her too-ripe bananas to bake this bread and sell in their store. My friend, Amy, would say this is her family's most-requested treat from "Aunt Becky".

    Recipe #226429

    This recipe is from Cat Cora's cookbook, "Cooking from the Hip". I thought it sounded interesting. She suggests serving this ice cream with her Recipe #376589 (Italian molten chocolate pudding cake).

    Recipe #376611

    This is a fun, eye-pleasing cake that incorporates the classic flavors of a banana split. It can be served on its own but is best served "a la mode" with vanilla, chocolate or strawberry ice cream. It has layers of banana cake with a center layer of chocolate fudge frosting, sliced bananas and sliced strawberries. Then the top of the cake is finished with strawberry frosting and arranged, sliced strawberries. I think the embellishment of fresh fruit gives the cake a homemade appearance. No need to tell anyone you used a cake mix and prepared frosting! (Note: If you can't find banana cake mix, substitute with yellow cake mix, reduce water to 1 cup and add one extra mashed banana). Enjoy!

    Recipe #368598

    This recipe was adapted from "Taste of the South Magazine 2006". I made this for my husband's birthday, and it was a hit with both adults and kids. This cake has alternating layers of butter cake, vanilla ice cream, cinnamon-caramel sauce, toasted pecans and is topped with bananas in cinnamon-caramel sauce. This is a decadent dessert that takes time to prepare but is so worth every minute. (Note: Preparation time includes time needed for cakes to cool and ice cream to harden between layers and atop the cake.)

    Recipe #501870

    This Banoffee Pie is a sinfully delicious treat. It is a graham cracker crust pie filled with three layers: bottom layer of velvety toffee, middle layer of sliced bananas and topped with whipped cream sprinkled with cocoa powder or luscious chocolate shavings. This is different from most Banoffee Pie recipes because it is completely from scratch. It doesn't use canned sweetened condensed milk to make the toffee filling (also referred to as dulce de leche). Making the toffee filling is very time-consuming but well worth the effort. If you are looking for a delectable completely homemade treat, this is certainly the recipe for you.

    Recipe #477651

    This is an easy, delicious quesadilla recipe that is not only sure to please the kiddos but the adults as well. I prefer the fold-in-half method of quesadilla assembly for ease of turning in the skillet with less risk of the innards spilling out. This recipe calls for whole wheat tortillas, but corn or another variety of tortilla could be substituted. Also, I prefer to bake the chicken cutlets in barbecue sauce, but they could also be marinated and grilled (just be sure to have extra barbecue sauce on hand for quesadilla assembly!). My kiddos want ga-ga over these quesadillas, and I hope you enjoy them too. :)

    Recipe #501983

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