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    2 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Oh sweet, sweet decadence made a tad less naughty. I grew up with everyone calling them "junk bars," but they're also known as seven-layer or magic bars/cookies. No matter what you call it, it's a real treat ;)

    Recipe #70600

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Got this from www.nasoya.com after a recent tofu & sloppy joe craving. Delish

    Recipe #70598

    Perfect for vegans, those watching what they eat, or to get more soy protein

    Recipe #68365

    2 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Thanks to 1Steve for refering me to this as per my request for a diabetic-safe carrot cake to make my Baci (grandmother in Polish) for her birthday. She enjoyed it, but did note that she tasted allspice (she's not a fan). I didn't taste the cake, so I can't vouch for it. I did adapt this recipe to make it healthier and more diabetic friendly. Because of the lacking sugars, I suggest checking on the cake before 40 minutes are up. I frosted with my Mock cream Cheese Frosting. Here's a link to the original: http://www.seniormag.com/cookbook/deserts/carrotcake.htm

    Recipe #68363

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Mmmmmmmmmm...Chocolate-y goooooooooodnessssssssss. Conjour the image of Homer Simpson drooling. Times don't account for chilling. If wary of raw eggs, use powdered eggs or meringue powder

    Recipe #68362

    My take on Spanokopita. I added in the roasted red pepper because I love it and it matches well with the spinach and seasonings. I didn't add in feta. I would have, but mine went bad. It tasted delish anyway.

    Recipe #68352

    2 Reviews |  By nomnom

    So easy to slap together and soooo addictive. I made this up and ate the WHOLE thing!. It does taste like tropical fruit punch! And so healthy too! Have it as a garnish, breakfast, dessert, with fish (salmon), whatever your heart desires

    Recipe #68349

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Cucumber-melon is the current trend in bathing accessories, and now in food as well. This is a yummy, summery treat as an appetizer, light lunch with a nice sandwich or salad, or as part of a multi-course meal (or even as a dessert soup). Courtesy of Canadian Food Exporters Association http://www.cfea.com/Recipes/Chilled%20Cucumber%20and%20Melon%20Soup.htm

    Recipe #68348

    9 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Courtesy of Low Carb Luxury. I tried it and it's good! Problem is, it sets into marshmallows soon, so it's not a creme for long, but good news is it can be microwaved. On regular power, it melts within 3-5 second. Might want to adjust power. If you want to use the creme, do either the microwave or use right after you make it. I used it for gbmom's Light Rocky Road Brownies.

    Recipe #68342

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Use this with my Cabbage-Wrapped Summer Rolls or even try as a marinade. Whatever your heart desires

    Recipe #68341

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Just came up with this. One of those 'hmmmmmm...what can I do with these ingredients' moments. Easy to prepare and just as easy to eat ;)

    Recipe #66930

    Made this myself. The only non-roasted veggie is ONE, solitary garlic clove which just punches up the flavor. The salsa is not spicy at all. My mom described it as a little sweet. The salsa was a hit. I was tempted to title this Witchin' Salsa (replace the W with a B), but this is more kid-friendly. For you heat-eaters (myself included), you can add cayenne, hot sauce, or replace the jalepenos with other chiles. I just had to go wimpy because of my mom. I swear, I can practicially DRINK tobasco. My mom enjoyed the gazpacho part with a grilled cheese. You can even spread the salsa on crusty bread and call it 'Bruschetta'. Alternatively, you can GRILL the veggies

    Recipe #66830

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Courtesy of Shawn Sidey and Celebrity Kitchens. During the demo, Shawn forgot the coconut milk - didn't even miss it. THIS is FABULOUS (and fabulously EASY). Perfect appetizer, light lunch, or light dinner (if portions are increased). Best served at room temp. Can add a dash of cayenne if you like the heat (and you know *I* do ;)

    Recipe #66827

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Came up with this after buying a pineapple after it being on sale for half-price!! So refreshing and so easy. What a treat! Heck *I* came up with it, so it MUST be easy LOL. Nothing like grilled fresh pineapple - it squirts in your mouth! Even leftovers are good. Just re-grill. No need to core. The core IS edible, though just a TAD tougher than the rest of the flesh. But core if you please or just eat around it. Can be a side, garnish, or dessert ;)

    Recipe #66771

    Made up this filling for the profiterole recipe I posted since the creme angelaise recipe I was given contained egg yolks (which I avoid like the plague). Enough to fill 1/2 recipe of my profiteroles

    Recipe #66770

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Dessert courtesy of Shawn Sidey and Celebrity Kitchens. I halved the rcipe and got 33 and even used light butter. Use an old-fashioned ketchup/mustard bottle to fill cooled puffs with whatever filling you choose (cool whip, pudding, creme anglaise, etc...) I used Dancer's No-Fat Chocolate sauce to drizzle on top. They're like mini-eclairs.

    Recipe #66769

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Yet another recipe from Shawn Sidey and Celelbrity Kitchens. Refreshing accompaniment to any BBQ meal. I suggest adding yogurt a little at a time. Mine came out a little too "yougrt-y" Then again, I forgot to blot the cucumber - don't YOU forget like I did. Serves 5 adults generously

    Recipe #66768

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    I doubled the recipe and made the all-purpose batter and a whole wheat batter, then kneaded together for a marblized effect. Courtesy of Shawn Sidey and Celebrity Kitchens. Can be tossed on the grill for a quick heating and to mark up. NOTE: When mixing dry and wet, not ALL of the flour will incorporate - don't worry

    Recipe #66766

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Thanks to Shawn Sidey and Celebrity Kitchens. Easy, delicious stuff. Enjoy with grilled naan bread (try it dotted with hot sauce;), Curried Tomato Chutney, and Cucumber-Mint Raita. You can pick up tandoori paste in indian food stores or indian sections of supermarkets (got mine at my Super G)

    Recipe #66764

    Got this simple, simple recipe from a cooking class from a local place called "Celelbrity Kitchens" Thanks to chef Shawn Sidey. The serves 4 serves generously. I served 5 adults this and had a little left

    Recipe #66762

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