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    This is based off of, but I changed it for myself. I'm saving it here so I remember what I did. The greek yogurt gives it a slight tang. I would imagine using vanilla greek yogurt would make it more of a traditional pie flavor. You can use up to 1 1/2 cups milk. I like to soak the chia seeds in water for about10 minutes, but that's up to you. It's around 233 calories, 24 g protein, 8.1 total fat (1.3 is saturated), 7 g sugars, and 10 g fiber

    Recipe #489867

    These are lollipop candies that look like Dexter's (the TV serial killer) blood slides. I found these on the Forkable blog website ( and wanted to make sure I didn't lose it. I think when I do make these (will have a Dexter party when the next season starts) I may experiment with flavors as well.

    Recipe #431290

    This comes from the "Something for Everyone" Cookbook by Carol Gelles. It takes one base recipe and then you make half vegetarian and the other half with meat. This has been helpful for me since I converted to vegetarianism and the rest of my family didn't. To make it totally vegetarian, increase black beans to 1 1/2 cups. To make it totally meat-eater friendly, omit additional beer and tomato paste. Increase ground beef to 1 pound and brown with onion, pepper and garlic at the beginning.

    Recipe #285868

    This cake goes together really quickly and stays pretty fluffy, even with the chocolate chips in it, and it is really moist. It makes 2 layers or 1 9 1/2x 13 cake. I made this for my sister's birthday and iced it with a peppermint icing.

    Recipe #281107

    This is my dad's favorite pie. It's pretty easy to prepare. If you don't feel like mixing a pie crust/making your own you can buy a store bought one and just press the almonds into the crust. It is extremely rich and yummy! I don't even like cherries and I love this pie! Cook time is chill time. For the crust I usually use Recipe #51537 and just grind the almonds up and mix them in with the dry ingredients... This has seemed to work really well for me

    Recipe #265955

    This is my absolute favorite Mexican salad... Don't let the mayo scare you away! Almost everyone I've ever served this to loves it. I usually only end up using about 1/2 to 3/4 of the onion and 1/4 to 1/2 of the olives. I use Frito style corn chips, fat free refried beans, and I sometimes add a bit of cheese to the ground beef mixture.

    Recipe #264951

    This is the soup that is eaten when doing the General Motors diet, but I like it and make it just to eat it. Veggie substitution/changes are allowed to be made, so it's not set in stone (I like to add carrots). It doesn't have much broth, so if you want you can add more water than what I put in the ingredients. This makes A LOT of soup, so I recommend cutting it in half. I have no idea how many servings it makes, but it is a lot. You can freeze servings in individual baggies or kitchen storage containers!^_^ The pictures in the pot are of approximately half the below recipe.

    Recipe #232935

    I got this recipe in my culinary arts class and it was simply delicious. It's quick, rich and creamy! My family eats it up in no time! Note: I've made this with fat free cream cheese and light whipped topping and it works just as well:)

    Recipe #217420

    Very easy casserole. Prepare the night before and pop into the oven and let it bake. EDIT:I had someone email me asking if the macaroni is cooked or uncooked. I've fixed the recipe so it says, but it is uncooked macaroni.

    Recipe #217046

    The gooey part kind of tastes like cookie dough. So good and gooey and rich. Great for dessert, snack, or a very indulgent breakfast. This can be made in 2 9-inch round pans, or one 10-inch springform pan.

    Recipe #217045

    A light chocolatey cake with walnuts. Frosted with whipped cream. Compliments of a Pillsbury bake off recipe book. 1 cup of coconut can be substituted for graham cracker crumbs. Unfortunately this uses a lot of mixing bowls, so be ready for a lot of dishes to wash.

    Recipe #217005

    This is a recipe I got out of a Pillsbury bake-off recipe book. I haven't tried it yet, but the picture in the book looks divine! If you use self rising flour, reduce baking soda to 1/4 teaspoon and omit salt. EDIT: I tried this recipe and thought it was quite good. They don't rise very much, and I'd suggest using less of the butter/brown sugar/water mixture, because it overflows out of the tins while it's baking. Maybe cut it in half (1/8 cup butter, 1/4 cup brown sugar and 1/2 tablespoon water).

    Recipe #217002

    Sweet, chewy, and just plain ol' good with a tasty glaze. My mother used to make these all the time when I was little. The pecans are optional. The prep time is estimated.

    Recipe #216962

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