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    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    This has the TASTE and the TEXTURE of a graham cracker crust, but without the fat and calories and with necessary fiber. It's absolutely delish! Feel free to use more cereal if you prefer thicker crusts. The recipe is more than EASILY adaptable! Use for cheesecakes, pies, quiches, whatever requires a crumb crust!

    Recipe #58321

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    I adapted this recipe from one I saw online at labellecuisine.com I used all extracts because I'm underage. I have NO clue what Bananas Foster tastes like, so I can't vouch for flavor authenticity. The final product tasted more like a banana cream pie and has a REALLY creamy texture. Frankly, *I* prefer a cakier cheesecake myself, but I enjoyed this. My first attempt at a cheesecake too! Not bad. The recipe doesn't mention a water bath, but I used one anyway. I also used black walnut extract for half of the vanilla because I've seen BF recipes that use nuts (namely pecans). Next time, I'll add more cinnamon in the filling and crust because I love cinnamon.

    Recipe #58320

    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

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Great alternative. Got from Splenda's website: splenda.com

    Recipe #64680

    An interesting twist on eggplant parmesan. Can be made ahead and kept refrigerated to be cooked the next day. Serve alone, over noodles, rice, or have as a sandwich. RSC4

    Recipe #64383

    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

    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

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Yummy yummy. Wholesome crab cakes. The only "filler" in this are pureed carrots, chickpeas, scallions, and asparagus. Not much bread-action going on, but plenty of flavor. Cook time accounts for cooking option 1 (skillet). Prep accounts for chopping. RSC4

    Recipe #64887

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    You just can't stop eating this! Think of it as crab-artichoke dip, but with asparagus in place. The asparagus adds texture and color where artichokes get mushy and lost in the dip. I could eat the entire recipe as a meal. It may not make much, but it's worth it! Leftovers can be reheated the same way. RSC4

    Recipe #64386

    4 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Simply addicting. I just polished off the leftovers standing in the kitchen! This is an ode to you spice lovers. My contribution to RSC4

    Recipe #64381

    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

    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

    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

    5 Reviews |  By nomnom

    I made these for my Baci ("grandmother" in Polish) because she has to watch her blood sugar. Loving her with all my being makes me worry about her well-being. I decided to try this recipe (and another Oatmeal Bar recipe) and give her an alternative to eating baked goods for a "quick fix." She preferred the other recipe and recommends this recipe to those who like Grape Nuts. She says the bars reminded her of Grape Nuts pudding.

    Recipe #48902

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    I've been on a real Greek kick lately. Then again, I've got a LOT of ingredient leftovers, so what choice DO I have but to be a little inventive. I've had this salad 3 days in a row and NEVER tire of it. I LOVE it! Hope you will to! :) And it's so simple! Have yet to try it with the olives, but I'm certain it would be divine!

    Recipe #58446

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Mmmmmmmm...had for breakfast this morning. Smelled soooo good baking. Yeah, it's pretty much a stuffed apple, but I like to be inventive in naming. It's a good way to get rid of extra cornbread, cake, etc (or even try using oats or granola). In tradition of my other recipes: Feel free to tweak to YOUR preference; just use me as a guide. Maybe this can even be microwaved for a quicker treat.

    Recipe #58572

    I love my seafood - and here's a good way to make it! I've enjoyed this casserole since I was a non-seafood fan as a child. This is my mom's recipe, but modified (I omitted the butter - not necessary). I used the following spices: jarred roasted minced garlic, red pepper, fresh ground black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, italian seasoning, lemon zest, and one of those barbeque spice mixes that contains cumin. Yummy! Prep time does not include thaw time.

    Recipe #51372

    3 Reviews |  By nomnom

    You can use my fiber crust recipe #58321 and add 2-3 tbsp cocoa powder. I got this recipe somewhere off the net - originally titled "Baker's Square French Silk Pie"

    Recipe #63658

    8 Reviews |  By nomnom

    I thought of the concept weeks ago, but tried it out for the first time this morning. It was good. I used only 1/4 tsp vanilla, but I could barely distinguish it, so I recommend using a tad more if you prefer bold flavors like myself. Can be easily doubled, tripled, etc. And experiement with extracts. I'm sure vegans (or non-ovos) can use tofu.

    Recipe #63751

    1 Reviews |  By nomnom

    Came up with this off the cuff. Closest thing to a chai coffee. I like the Ovaltine because if contains nutrients and has a nice flavor. Feel free to tweak with the spices and even add milk, if so inclined! :)

    Recipe #58444

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