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    This easy homemade version of a classic Chinese takeout dish tastes much better than the takeout version, and it's healthier too. You may choose to adjust the spice level by using more or less crushed red pepper flakes or none at all. Also, other vegetables may be substituted per your preference. I hope others enjoy this recipe as much as my family does! (Please note this recipe is not authentic Chinese and never claimed to be.)

    Recipe #507275

    These roasted pumpkin seeds are not only deliciously flavored with savory seasonings and sea salt but also packed with protein and fiber. What a way to enjoy one of nature's most versatile fruits!

    Recipe #507142

    These pork chops are juicy, tender, seasoned with savory herbs and a hint of spice. When topped with deliciously caramelized onions, a perfect marriage of flavors is created. This recipe is sure to satisfy a hearty appetite as well as a craving for something sweet & savory.

    Recipe #506836

    This recipe is a delicious combination of juicy nectarines, raspberries and blackberries nestled in butter-crisp pastry crust.

    Recipe #506817

    This is an easy recipe that yields a soft, rich frosting perfect for topping any brownies, cake or bar cookies.

    Recipe #506634

    Tonight's dinner experiment was a home run in my hubby's opinion. He loved this quick, simple yet different way to cook green beans. First the green beans are steamed, and then they are tossed in seasoned browned butter. Easy & delicious--couldn't get any better than that! Yum!

    Recipe #506628

    These fudgy brownies are a delicious treat. One would have a hard time believing they are free of eggs, nuts and milk as well as inconspicuously laced with zucchini. In fact, this super sly zucchini is the key ingredient in these brownies. Please be aware that the batter will seem very dry. Do not worry about this because during the baking process, the grated zucchini will release just enough moisture to produce a moist and chewy brownie texture. Dedicated to my brother-in-law... :)

    Recipe #506404

    If you're looking for a healthy treat to feed a craving for chocolate ice cream, this might be the recipe for you. How can you go wrong with just three ingredients? This version is made from pureed frozen banana slices and contains no artificial ingredients and no added sugar. You may choose to serve immediately if you're looking for a soft-serve texture or freeze solid as hard "ice cream". (Note: "Preparation Time" includes time required for the banana slices to freeze and for the "ice cream" to freeze solid.)

    Recipe #506308

    What a delicious way to enjoy summer's bounty of peaches. This recipe encases ripe peaches, seasoned with brown sugar and warm spices, in butter-crisp puffed pastry. As they bake, the juices release to form a rich sauce. I served these golden beauties warm with homemade vanilla ice cream and sauce spooned over all. My daughter loved this dessert so much that she literally licked her bowl clean. :)

    Recipe #505718

    These mini blueberry pies are not only cute, but they are easy to make and delicious too. With a butter-crisp puffed pastry crust and juicy blueberry filling, you can't go wrong with these little beauties.

    Recipe #505717

    This French toast is loaded with the classic flavors of spiced pumpkin pie, and the texture is light and custardy. Serve hot with butter and maple syrup for a hearty autumn breakfast that can be enjoyed any time of year. I've also enjoyed this served with a drizzle of maple syrup and homemade whipped cream with a pinch of nutmeg (recipe here: http://www.food.com/recipe/whipped-cream-topping-296140).

    Recipe #505461

    If you love the classic combination of maple and brown sugar as much as I do, then why not enjoy it in French Toast form. Every bite of this delightfully rich French Toast is packed with the perfectly married flavors of brown sugar, cinnamon and maple syrup with a smooth undertone of vanilla and light custard-like texture. My kids gobbled down every last morsel, and I have no shame in admitting that I did too. :)

    Recipe #505457

    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

    Instead of throwing out your orange peels, put them to good use in your crock pot! I love how this mixture of orange peels and spices fills my home with a warm, inviting aroma. Making your own potpourri can't get any easier than this! Even better--it's non-toxic!

    Recipe #505244

    These peanut butter brownies with peanut butter chips and chocolate chips are rich, decadent and best enjoyed with a tall glass of ice-cold milk. They are sure to satisfy your deepest peanut butter and chocolate craving. Since these brownies are so intensely rich, I strongly suggest sharing. (The idea for this recipe originated from the back of a bag of Hershey's Reese's Peanut Butter Chips--recipe for Double Peanut Butter Paisley Brownies. I decreased the amount of sugar and used chocolate chips instead of chocolate syrup.)

    Recipe #504626

    This is a simple yet sophisticated way to enjoy juicy cherry tomatoes. I like roasting tomatoes this way because it transforms their flavor into a sweet and savory treat. I serve them as a side dish, but they would also make a nice, light sauce for dressing spaghetti or penne. Instead of adding fresh basil at the end of the cooking process, I like to put one of my new favorite pantry items to good use--naturally basil-infused olive oil. The variety I used is locally-produced from F. Oliver’s Oils and Vinegars based in Canandaigua, New York (http://www.folivers.com/Fresh-Bright-Basil.html). (Note: If basil-infused olive oil is unavailable in your area, just add a sprinkling (2 tbs.) of chopped basil just before serving). Buon appetito!

    Recipe #504229

    This sorbet is slightly sweet and refreshing with a smooth, warm vanilla undertone. Please note "Preparation Time" includes time needed for the simple syrup to chill, time needed for the sorbet to churn in an ice cream maker as well time needed for freezing solid. If you like, you may choose to serve this sorbet directly after churning without freezing for 3-5 hours, but please be aware that the sorbet will be softer and melt much faster.

    Recipe #504163

    If you're looking for a healthy treat to feed a chocolate & peanut butter craving, these might be right up your alley. My version of "fudgesicles" includes no artificial ingredients and no added sugar. I use natural organic peanut butter but if unavailable, use your preferred variety. To make these nut-free, you could even substitute sunflower seed butter. (Note: "Preparation Time" includes time required for the fudgesicles to freeze solid.)

    Recipe #504161

    My little ones love these popsicles for their tangy, citrus-packed flavor. Don't tell the kiddos, but I love them because they're healthy and include no artificial ingredients. I prefer using freshly squeezed juice as opposed to ready-made bottled juice for the simple fact that I can control the amount of sugar that goes into these icy treats. If fresh fruit is unavailable, feel free to use ready-made juice; but be aware that you might not need as much maple syrup or honey as sweetener. I like using maple syrup because it adds a different twist of flavor. If maple syrup is unavailable (or you simply don't prefer it), honey would be a nice substitute. (Note: "Preparation Time" includes time for juicing the fruits as well as for the popsicles to freeze solid.)

    Recipe #503764

    My kids went ga-ga for these easy popsicles. Three simple ingredients = 15 minutes of quiet time as they enjoyed their frozen, summer treat. :)

    Recipe #503361

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