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    I adapted this recipe from "the poop pantry" http://www.thepoop.com/pooppantry/bananapupcakes.asp We took out the flour (because they say dogs are not supposed to eat wheat), and also removed the vanilla extract (she can't taste the difference so why add un-natural ingredients). I added peanut butter for extra flavor and protein. I usually halve the recipe so that it fills one mini muffin tin pan. You can freeze extras so you always have yummy treats ready!

    Recipe #430982

    I got this granola recipe from a friend. You can change up the type of nuts (we like almonds and pistachios) and dried fruit (cranberries and papaya). We usually leave out the chocolate chips, but peanut butter chips would be great too!

    Recipe #421656

    http://desertcandy.blogspot.com/2007/07/hummus-dilettante.html Cook time for canned chickpeas (add 1 hour for dried chickpeas).

    Recipe #351953

    Don't be scared of how long this recipe looks! It's super simple and the results are amazing! Use your favorite toppings - we like shredded chicken, roasted red peppers, fresh spinach, and mozzarella. Adapted from http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/main-dish/recipe-homemade-thin-crust-pizza-045499

    Recipe #312979

    from http://canelaycomino.blogspot.com/2008/03/tropical-dessert.html

    Recipe #299860

    http://thebittenword.typepad.com/thebittenword/2008/03/post.html

    Recipe #299776

    Easy, healthy, and looks so fancy! You can put whatever topping you like (instead of the parmesan mix). This website gives a great overview of how to trim the artichoke: http://www.elise.com/recipes/archives/000262how_to_cook_and_eat_an_artichoke.php

    Recipe #290978

    So yummy and healthy. I used a mix of frozen veggies (thawed) and sliced button mushrooms instead of the suggested vegetables.

    Recipe #281025

    From Cooking Light. Great sweet and salty mix! To cut down on the sodium, I reduced the amount of salt and replaced half of the chicken broth with water. I used about 1/2 green olives and 1/2 kalamata. Plus the dried fruit adds fiber to this meal!

    Recipe #280506

    Satisfies that Mac & Cheese craving without the calories (plus you get some veggies)! Really really tasty - not sure you could fool kids, but it's great to be able to turn such a comfort food into an everyday meal! (by Ellie Krieger)

    Recipe #277009

    Giada is a genius. I have actually made these ahead of time - just place them on a baking sheet in the freezer, and then transfer to a freezer bag when they're hard. When ready to eat: Pour some sauce on top and bake at 325°F for 30-40 minutes (I went low and slow from freezer to table). Super easy meal for entertaining or fast weekday dinner!

    Recipe #275391

    Scallops don't need sauces or breading to be perfect. This method is fast, easy, healthy, and most of all, delicious! I love these scallops with some couscous or a simple pasta with olive oil, Parmesan, and basil/oregano. Enjoy!

    Recipe #272698

    Adapted from Enlightened Chocolate, by Camilla Saulsbury

    Recipe #272305

    Not sure why they're called "Swedish Meatball" - they just taste like great, juicy burgers! We just made these in a skillet on med-high (5 mins per side) and they came out perfect! Cooking Light suggests to eat these on potato rolls or served over egg noodles and to top with 1 tablespoon of sour cream each. We had them on toasted rolls with a little cheese and spinach. Also, mine only made 5 servings (but I like thick burgers!).

    Recipe #269630

    Yummy guilt-free treat! These are delicious dipped in coffee, hot chocolate, or warm milk. From http://cafefernando.com/chocolate-and-hazelnut-biscotti

    Recipe #269391

    From Cooking Light. Great little cookies! The outside gets crispy, the inside is warm and gooey. A really unique flavor that warms you right up! Personally, I'd cut the salt in the recipe a tad, but I'm sensitive to sodium. Also - feel free to pump up the pepper for a spicier cookie :)

    Recipe #268108

    from Quick Fix Meals. We actually couldn't find turkey sausage, so we got uncased pork sausage from Whole Foods, cooked it in the pan, drained the fat, and did everything else exactly as stated. Very tasty!

    Recipe #267536

    From Cooking Light. Just like Chinese takeout or PF Chang's Orange Peel Shrimp (without the orange peel). This takes no time to make and you already have most of the ingredients. We halved the recipe and cooked up 11 large shrimp from Costco for 2 people. At first we burned the garlic and ginger, so we started over and turned the heat down to medium. Enjoy! ** I took note from a reviewer and added some steamed broccoli with the sauce in step 6 - AWESOME! **

    Recipe #265683

    adapted from Cooking Light. Yummy Fall treat! I made these in mini loaf pans and baked for about 33 minutes. I got 8 perfect mini loaves. (Update: I froze some of these after baking. Then just thawed them out and they were GREAT even 2 months later!)

    Recipe #264760

    Adapted from Recipe #234414.

    Recipe #264595

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