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    great with veggies, as a mayo substitute on sandwiches, on crackers...

    Recipe #429678

    These work equally well as an appetizer of light entree. Mix things up by serving the crunchy filling on endive leaves.

    Recipe #344532

    Whether for breakfast or an on-the-go snack, granola's surprisingly simple to make. You can always swap out the ingredients to suit your taste, but why not start by building on this basic recipe. Variations: - Replace all or some of the oats with rye, barley or wheat flakes. - Swap the almonds for chopped cashews, filberts or pecans. - Toss in some sunflower, pumpkin or sesame seeds. - Replace the raisins with dried cranberries, pineapple or papaya.

    Recipe #344388

    Light soy sauce can save from 300 to 600 mg of sodium per tablespoon.

    Recipe #321020

    Meal Idea: Serve with Italian salad blend, tossing in tomatoes, croutons, and Italian dressing. Add some fresh grated Parmesan cheese. Complete your meal with Italian bread and cannolis or tiramisu.

    Recipe #317128

    From a low-calorie cookbook

    Recipe #311930

    A tasty complement to any meat, poultry, fish or tofu dish you toss on the grill, this recipe is also heart-friendly.

    Recipe #311114

    Chili powder surprises the palate when blended with honey and lime juice, and intensifies the already fabulous taste of the fresh fruit.

    Recipe #311112

    Speed up prep time by substituting 1/4 to 1/3 cup of organic bottled Italian dressing or balsamic vinaigrette for the from-scratch directions below.

    Recipe #311106

    From a low-cal. cookbook. NOTE: Although any potato works for this recipe, red skin or creamer potatoes have a very nice texture and do not require peeling.

    Recipe #311060

    from the Lawry's company cookbook NOTE: the recipe specifically calls for "Lawry's Mexican Chile & Lime Marinade With Lime Juice"

    Recipe #309409

    from the Lawry's company Grilling Cookbook NOTE: the recipe specifically calls for "Lawry's Italian Garlic Steak Marinade With Roasted Garlic & Olive Oil"

    Recipe #309406

    from the Lawry's company cookbook (this recipe specifically calls for "Lawry's Dijon & Honey Marinade With Lemon Juice")...TIP: Remove foil during last 10 minutes of cooking to brown chicken. For a thicker gravy, stir 2 T. all-purpose flour into 1/4 cup broth or water until smooth. Stir into gravy. Bring to a boil, then simmer, stirring frequently, 8 minutes or until thickened.

    Recipe #309277

    Recipe #307512

    Proof that a basic cupcake batter has endless possibilities! Here, mix in the tangy taste of frozen lemonade and lemon zest for the ideal party refreshment.

    Recipe #307473

    From our church cookbook.

    Recipe #307254

    From our church cookbook.

    Recipe #307162

    From our church cookbook.

    Recipe #307159

    This is a mix between a muffin and a cupcake...no frosting - but sweet enough. :)

    Recipe #306890

    Chutney is a sweet-tart condiment with the consistency of jelly. Any fruit chutney can be served in place of the mango flavor that's called for.

    Recipe #306638

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