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    My Husband and I created this recipe one night when we were in the mood for a light, fruity and summery side dish. What a good way to get your fruits and veggies in! (Note: The dressing is just the right amount of sweet and sour for our taste. If you prefer a less sour dressing, feel free to add 1 tbs. more of honey.)

    Recipe #515555

    This super simple and tasty marinade is great on chicken, and it would work well using pork as well. This chicken has an intense lime and cilantro flavor, just enough sweetness from the honey and it's so tender and juicy.

    Recipe #515423

    These extra special mashed potatoes are definitely worth the splurge in butter. The addition of garlic powder, onion powder and cheddar gives this classic side dish lots of flavor. Yum!

    Recipe #514560

    "Om num num num..." That's the sound your family will make when you cook these pork chops. They are easy to prepare and turn out moist, packed with southwestern flavor and a hint of honey-sweetness.

    Recipe #514542

    This salmon is tender and moist with a crispy outer coating. It is seasoned just right with toasted sesame oil, a hint of ginger and savory seasonings. I like to garnish each fillet with sesame seeds toasted in pan drippings, but you may choose to omit per your preference.

    Recipe #514322

    This oven-roasted asparagus is a simple and delicious with the sophisticated flavor combination of sesame oil, toasted sesame seeds, ginger, garlic and onion. We really enjoy the flavor of sesame, but if you desire a milder sesame flavor, decrease the sesame oil to 1 tsp. and replace with 1 more tsp. of olive oil. I served this with sesame-ginger pan-seared salmon and fried brown rice. Yum!

    Recipe #514321

    Enjoy this warm, fudgy peanut butter spread made with natural ingredients and sprinkled with sea salt on toast for breakfast or as a snack. YUMMY! It tastes like Nutella but is made with peanut butter instead of hazelnut butter and does not contain the unnecessary additives of soy lecithin and artificial flavor. :)

    Recipe #514106

    If you like the classic chocolate no-bake cookies, these might be right up your alley. These cookies are loaded with coconut and oatmeal and held together with a mixture of fudgy, decadent chocolate and almond butter. If you prefer a stronger almond flavor, feel free to substitute almond extract in place of the vanilla extract. Yummy, chewy and rich--these cookies beg to be paired with a tall glass of ice-cold milk. Yum!

    Recipe #513611

    If you like snickerdoodles, there's a good chance you'll like these just as well. These are different than the classic, chewy version because they are instead crispy like a butter cookie. The best part is the surprising hint of sea salt baked into the cookie as well as in the coating.

    Recipe #513108

    These brownies are the perfect marriage of chewy, chocolaty, fudgy brownie and smooth swirls of peanut butter. They are also milk-free for those with allergies. Have a tall glass of ice-cold milk/Silk handy because these decadent treats are super rich.

    Recipe #513068

    Cooking Baby Bok Choy couldn't get any easier than this. These little guys are simply seasoned with salt and pepper and then oven-roasted until lightly browned and leaves are crisp. Other seasonings could be used as well per your preference.

    Recipe #512630

    I was in the mood for peanut butter and chocolate, so I tweaked an old recipe and came up with these chewy little beauties. The kids, including my biggest one (my dear hubby), were very pleased.

    Recipe #512612

    Feeling under-the-weather, I wanted a soothing and healing cinnamon-honey drizzle for toast. It turned out so delicious that I just might try it out on the kids sometime.

    Recipe #512464

    This is a healthy, delicious and simple way to enjoy cod fish. Each forkful consists of a light, tender pillow of cod topped with flavor-packed tomato brushchetta that is sure to please the taste buds. We love it and hope you do too! (Note: Cod is a very moist fish. Please be aware that during the cooking process, it will release a lot of milky-white moisture in the bottom of the pan. Do not be alarmed, as this is only natural.)

    Recipe #512298

    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

    These are not ordinary peanut clusters. They are dry roasted peanuts coated with a rich, smooth mixture of chocolate and peanut butter and then lightly sprinkled with fine sea salt. I used Fleur de Sel as the finishing salt, but any finely ground sea salt would do. My husband and I had received the Fleur de Sel as a gift and were just waiting for the perfect opportunity to use it. This was certainly it!

    Recipe #510959

    This dessert contains all the comforts of a warm, cinnamon-spiced slice of apple pie without the hassle of rolling out pastry dough. Plus it's essentially a slice of apple pie that can be eaten by hand. How can you go wrong with these sweet treats?

    Recipe #509264

    While making a large pot of applesauce, I chose not to discard the nutrient-rich peels but instead bake them into apple chips. It turned out to be an deliciously successful experiment. These apple chips are lightly sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar and oven-dried on parchment paper. To ensure even drying, it's important to make sure the peels are of equal/uniform thickness. Thicker peels will take longer to dry, and you need them to be completely dry for food safety reasons. For best results, use a counter-mounted spiral apple peeler; or just keep an even hand while peeling your apples. My family enjoyed these crispy treats, and I hope yours does too!

    Recipe #507780

    I made this super simple cheese sauce to serve with steamed broccoli. Pour it on top or use it as a dip. You can't go wrong either way. I used sharp cheddar cheese, but a stronger or milder version of cheddar would be a fine substitute. Enjoy!

    Recipe #507765

    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

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