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    It took me 18 months, but I finally figured out how to make a fabulous frog eye without gluten! The pasta box does say that it contains lupin and someone with a peanut allergy could have troubles, so be sure to take that into consideration. Enjoy your frog eye again!!! p.s. I found the pasta on vitacost.com. p.s.s. an 8-oz container of Cool Whip can be substituted for the whipping cream and sugar with little change in flavor.

    Recipe #517704

    My hubby has Celiac and I always try to make food that the whole family can enjoy. Our small town has a limited supply of GF foods so I am always trying to figure things out myself. These were pretty good and held together!!!

    Recipe #512452

    I was trying to create a Pad Thai that used ingredients I already had in my kitchen. If you aren't gluten free just use regular soy sauce.

    Recipe #511261

    I was playing with candy recipes and made this. Tasted just like Airheads candy!

    Recipe #505528

    1 Reviews |  By wyojess

    I wanted something that tasted like regular dinner rolls. My DH says this is the closest he's had so far.

    Recipe #500707

    2 Reviews |  By wyojess

    This is a great way to take a fresh pumpkin and make your own "canned" pumpkin at home. I actually just freeze mine and vacuum seal for long-term storage. Very easy, just takes time. Expecially great if you're worried about preservatives or processed foods. *A 20 pound pumpkin yields about 16 cups of pumpkin puree.

    Recipe #396380

    Very fun recipe. Makes 5 gallons and is excellent for a large family gathering. I like to make on the 4th of July along with homemade vanilla icecream and everyone enjoys floats. Healthier than store bought! I've also posted the recipe for brewing your own root beer using the yeast method if you would like to try that instead!

    Recipe #395288

    Makes 5 gallons of naturally carbonated root beer. EXCELLENT for a large gathering (family reunion, graduation party, wedding reception, etc.). Also makes excellent gifts, just let the recipient know that these need to be consumed within a week. I make it for the 4th of July along with homemade ice cream and we all enjoy root beer floats! No preseratives, healthier than store bought. I have also posted an "instant" rootbeer recipe that uses dry ice for the carbonation step so you can drink it right away.

    Recipe #395279

    No eggs, no milk, low cholesterol. Enjoy responsibly :)

    Recipe #390298

    I searched high and low for a true rhubarb jelly recipe and was thrilled to find one from Taste of Home. This recipe will make 24 half-pint jars of jelly. I collected a Wal-Mart shopping bag full of rhubarb and it was almost the perfect amount of juice. Omit the pectin and you will have delicious pancake or icecream syrup. The flavor is fabulous! Nutritional information is for one tablespoon of jelly.

    Recipe #376774

    Really yummy recipe. My own creation based on lots of other stroganoff recipes out there. Makes great left-overs :)

    Recipe #283223

    Nice gift or make-ahead for a real time-saver. Great when given with my gift chili mix!

    Recipe #269654

    A great gift or make ahead for a real time-saver for your own kitchen. For vegetarian chili, substitute canned or sautéed mushrooms for the ground beef. Give with my moist northern cornbread mix or serve with Recipe #260739.

    Recipe #269653

    I didn't tell my husband it was spinach until he decided he liked it!

    Recipe #269191

    Recipe #269155

    2 Reviews |  By wyojess

    Only 4 ingredients and a million smiles! For a more fudgy treat, stir the hot chocolate mixture with the marshmallows until the marshmallows just start to melt.

    Recipe #269131

    I was playing around with my grandmother's recipes one morning and found this recipe from my great-grandma. I thought it would be more like a loaf, but it's more like a coffee cake and good. I translated some of the old language into modern measurements and it works well.

    Recipe #269103

    3 Reviews |  By wyojess

    These are so easy, but your guests will think you spent HOURS. Most of the work is done the night before, so there's no mess the morning you cook 'em.

    Recipe #269092

    6 Reviews |  By wyojess

    Honey is the secret ingredient here. This is how my dad has always made them for us.

    Recipe #269064

    1 Reviews |  By wyojess

    Nice texture, not too sticky and not too hard. Saved this recipe from home ec a long time ago.

    Recipe #269030

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