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    Recipe #230385

    Vegetarian recipe from about.com. This is one of my husband's fav vegetarian recipes we have tried. He requests it all the time and even takes the leftovers for lunch. I really wouldn't leave out any ingredients, because the flavors all work so nicely together. The raisins really help to cut the spicy curry. Also, I end up using less of the curry paste, but it depends on your taste and what kind you purchase. If you don't like things too spicy, start off with less and build your way up to suit your taste. Note: Curry paste and powder are not the same and I do not recommend using powder for this recipe. ;)

    Recipe #342535

    Sloppy Joes the way we like them!!

    Recipe #225456

    A quick & healthy way to start the day. You must love apple! I always add extra walnuts because I love them and sometimes a little milk over the top.

    Recipe #224452

    I'm not sure where I found this, but it is so good. Great sauce for the veggies.

    Recipe #339178

    This is a recipe by Julia Child. I'm always asked to bring this potato salad to all summer get togethers. One friend says that she can't eat any other potato salad, because she just keeps thinking about mine. I use 3/4 mayo and 1/4 sour cream.

    Recipe #227123

    Recipe from Better Homes and Gardens. Pasta doesn't have to be unhealthy.

    Recipe #352090

    I wouldn't call this lasagna, but I kept the recipes original name. It is low in fat and calories. From New Dieter's Cookbook. Polenta must cool for 1 hour. I like my veggies more crisp, so I barely cook them before adding them on top of the polenta. Great with a salad.

    Recipe #362976

    From Taste of Home. Unique salad with pear, apple, dried cranberry, swiss cheese and cashews. Also has a home made dressing.

    Recipe #345041

    My family's fav macaroni salad. Don't leave out the tomatoes! They really are great in the salad.

    Recipe #228249

    Leftover corn on the cob gets a starring role in these kid-pleasing, main-course dinner patties. Serve on whole wheat buns loaded with tomato slices and lettuce, or place on a bed of lightly dressed mixed greens and drizzle with salsa. From Today's Parent.

    Recipe #387785

    A delicious brownie that is healthier, but as good as it's fattier version. The secret is sweet potato and whole wheat flour, but no one will ever know... unless you tell them! I got this recipe from my Aunt.

    Recipe #371710

    A tasty black bean burger with onion, BBQ sauce and cheddar cheese. These great-tasting burgers don’t demand a mind-numbing list of unusual ingredients. You can easily double the recipe and freeze some for another night. From Today's Parent Magazine.

    Recipe #432898

    Healthy Vegetarian Salad. Perfect for using up your garden veggies. From Plan B Organic Farm. Recipe must be chilled for atleast over night.

    Recipe #380533

    Sometimes you need a break from ordinary pasta sauce. Sweet red pepper sauce replaces chunky meat sauce and cooks in less time. From Better Homes and Gardens. This sauce is even good over chicken!

    Recipe #269021

    From Fine Cooking Magazine. Tucking this butter under the skin of your holiday turkey makes the meat incredibly flavorful and succulent. The butter can be made up to 1 week ahead and refrigerated or up to 2 months ahead and frozen. If frozen, take the butter out of the freezer and store in the refrigerator a day before you plan to use it. Cook time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #347961

    A brilliant variation on regular potato pancakes, this is a great way to get your kids hooked on sweet potatoes. Very tasty served with salsa, sour cream or apple sauce. From Today's Parent.

    Recipe #383906

    A great side dish, no need for takeout. Developed by Nadine Day for The Heart and Stroke Foundation.

    Recipe #350174

    I love baked oatmeal and make many different versions, but this is one of my kids favorites. It is really easy to throw together and smells so good. We like to eat it topped with vanilla yogurt.

    Recipe #476873

    This is a delicious light & flavorful salad.

    Recipe #231546

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