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    From our honeymoon cruise with Carnival. This chocolate pudding-centered cake was a staple on the menu in 2007, but after finding the recipe online, we can make it anytime we want. My husband and I are health conscious and this cake definitely isn't, but enjoying it about once a year just takes us back... and some things are just good for the soul. As a side note, varying times and temperatures varies in turn the center of the cake, which can be pudding-like, fudge thick or, my personal preference, molten sauce.

    Recipe #305476

    This tastes to me like banana cream pie. I use raw honey to sweeten to get the nutrients of the bee pollen, but you can use whatever. Of course, since there's no egg or gelatin in it, it's a bit thin, but if that doesn't bother you, this is a great (and quick) custard-like dessert!

    Recipe #245381

    When I lived in France, people were always bringing this dish to potluck meals. It's great for when you want noodles but are out of canned tomatoes. I suggest bowtie pasta, but spaghetti works equally well. Brie, also, since it is more costly and not always on hand, can be easily substituted with cubed mozzarella. This dish is traditionally served barely lukewarm, so that the cubed cheese doesn't melt, but I prefer it hot and don't mind the melting cheese. I also like to add a spoonful of sundried tomatoes to each serving and sprinkle parmesian over the top for a nice touch.

    Recipe #241430

    When I want hummus that is more of a dip consistency I use plain yogurt. When I want it to be more of a spread, I use light cream cheese for a richer effect. It can all be made in a blender, and is the quickest side dish that we repeatedly make.

    Recipe #241051

    When we get low on groceries toward the end of every other week, I have to be creative to make it last. Along the way, I discover easy, healthful meals that can be made in a pinch and are sure to please.

    Recipe #241048

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