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    This is the best bread. If you want to make it as a dessert, you can add chocolate chips or carob chips last thing before pouring it into the pan.

    Recipe #296914

    We love these and they are so easy to make. Since we can't do "artificial" here, these are second best. First best, in my opinion.

    Recipe #285683

    This goes along with the coconut cake.

    Recipe #285233

    This is for the coconut cake.

    Recipe #283693

    Please note this is a really dense cake. Any suggestions on how to lighten it would be appreciated. I have tried and tried to lighten it with no success. It takes a bit more time to make but is so worth it! You have to buy a fresh coconut for this.

    Recipe #283689

    This is an easy and tasty Feingold approved recipe. My kids love helping with the dumplings.

    Recipe #283198

    My children love lemon cake, but I couldn't find one that wasn't full of garbage. So I made my own. Enjoy.

    Recipe #276394

    These are so moist and fluffy that they remind my kids of cake. And by being able to cut them into different shapes, they make a great kitchen activity for my little ones.

    Recipe #270701

    This is my favorite curry recipe. I have spent years perfecting it. I originally fell in love with a recipe just like this at a local Lebanese restaurant. As they wouldn't give up their recipe, I went on a mission to copy it.

    Recipe #264671

    This is so easy to make and Feingold friendly. I normally make up a huge vat of this and then freeze the leftovers. So add ingredients accordingly. I also add some sour cream or heavy cream and turn this into a tomato soup base. It's then easy to throw in tortellini or pasta for texture.

    Recipe #264594

    My kids love helping me make this. Because we are Feingold, I buy the vanilla & fig French caramels from http://www.naturalcandystore.com/.

    Recipe #264007

    Quick, easy and so exotic. I usually make a cucumber salad and couscous to go with this.

    Recipe #261962

    Is it pumpkin time already? My kids love helping with this.

    Recipe #261960

    The kids love helping me make these. They are wonderful for school party treats. Also, you can add almonds or peanuts for an extra flair.

    Recipe #260832

    An easy and totally Feingold friendly casserole dish. Add a side of corn bread and you have a tasty and healthy meal.

    Recipe #260793

    My kids love helping me make this. Another lunch box special.

    Recipe #260790

    Love this recipe! A family favorite and perfect for the lunch box.

    Recipe #260681

    This was a search for a chili that I could make with no red meat but still have the protein from a meat.

    Recipe #260679

    My kids love to help me make this. Again, this is an awesome lunch box item. If they don't eat this at lunch, they tend to pull it out in the car on the way home - so I don't hear the ongoing whine of "I'm sssstttttaaaaaaarrrrrvvvvvviiinnnnngggg!!!!!" Because peanuts are a high allergen food, I use raw (EFA-rich) almonds and sunflower seeds. Chocolate/carob is not necessary in this recipe. A great substitute is dried cherries, cranberries, or blueberries. Try one of these combos: almond/raisin (simple and tastes like PB&J) almonds/prunes/apricots/sunflower seeds (tastes divine and is a great source of fiber) raw cashews/coconut/dried bananas/raisins and maybe chocolate chips ("Monkey Chow") almonds/sunflower seeds/cherries/bananas (tangy and crunchy)

    Recipe #260676

    I use this for my children's lunches. It's easy to make and holds over well overnight. You can use arugula, watercress, or endive instead of the spinach, if you like, and, for a heartier meal, add roasted or grilled squash, eggplant or sweet peppers.

    Recipe #260669

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