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    This is a reduced sugar version of Recipe #122867 using natural honey.

    Recipe #503008

    No sugar added, stevia sweetening optional but it is sweet without too!

    Recipe #466151

    Adapted slightly from Family Circle. When I made this, I used gluten-free corn pasta. Makes a nice casserole.

    Recipe #462674

    From Family Circle, "A melting pot of traditions go into Creole dishes French, Spanish, African and Native American originating in the Louisiana Bayou." Adapted slightly.

    Recipe #460843

    From Family Circle, Feb 2011. I added red wine to stretch the sauce and enhance flavor.

    Recipe #449776

    Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010. I don't know why they call it that, this recipe takes a baking dish, a saucepan, and a frying pan! Anyways, husband said, "Best chicken of all time," so doing the dishes was well worth it.

    Recipe #446148

    No "cream of" soups. Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010.

    Recipe #445272

    Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010.

    Recipe #445238

    Adapted from a recipe by Lori Bergquist, published in Taste of Home's Light & Tasty December/January 2004. My secret addition is the bourbon. Dad and husband went crazy, say I'm a serious chef now, LOL! Be sure to use a true and quality slow cooker to make a tender roast.

    Recipe #445006

    No "cream of" soups. Adapted from Taste of Home "One Pan Recipes" publication, 2010. Option for a make ahead as well.

    Recipe #444769

    From BG&H, Oct. 2010. Recipe note says serve with steamed broccoli and lemon wedges, or cooked rice.

    Recipe #440272

    From Paranting magazine, September 2010.

    Recipe #436529

    Adapted from Rachel Ray, May 2010. The amount of onions seems like a ton, but they really cook down. Rachel used Swiss cheese in the original recipe.

    Recipe #435245

    Sugar free sweet pickles using the herb sweetener stevia. Cook time includes canning process. (http://www.nowfoods.com/Products/M003142.htm)

    Recipe #434291

    From food blog Al Dente. (http://www.aldenteblog.com/flauers_martini.html) I added a package of organic chicken hot dogs as well.

    Recipe #433697

    Vegan, high protein, comforting noodle soup! I used Schaer gluten-free tagliatelle noodles: http://www.schaer.com/en/gluten-free-products/tagliatelle/ I used NOW Foods textured soy protein chunks: http://www.nowfoods.com/?action=itemdetail&item_id=3661 I used my Recipe #264657 for the seasoning. You could use Italian seasonings or something you like for a basic soup.

    Recipe #425969

    A giant healthy bowl of chocolate goodness? Yes! See instructions for variation ideas. I use gluten-free oat bran.

    Recipe #415141

    Tofu, voila! Just a little (huge!) batch soup I put together when I was in excess of celery. An addition of potato might make this even smoother. Hold the parmesan for vegetarian.

    Recipe #395755

    From www.wholeliving.com, posted for safe keeping

    Recipe #395752

    From Woman's Day publication, September 15, 2009. This is different than other cauli curry soups because it isn't pureed. Have not tried, looks yummy though!

    Recipe #395066

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