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    A tasty, nutritious soup that freezes well. I found the recipe in a magazine but no longer remember which one. I always use already prepared collards, either frozen or fresh. Add the salt and pepper at the end of cooking, so the beans don't get tough.

    Recipe #479701

    From The Eat Clean Diet for Family and Kids by Tosca Reno. Cooking and prep time does not include 2 hours chill time for the dough.

    Recipe #387232

    From Tosca Reno's book the Eat Clean Diet for family and kids. For frosting: start with 1/2 c of confectioners sugar but you may need to add more - this will depend on how much water has drained from your yogurt and how stiff it is. You can adjust accordingly. This will not be the sickeningly sweet frosting you normally expect from a conventional birthday cake or cupcake.

    Recipe #387216

    Power flour is made of a combination of flours, to optimize nutrition and effectiveness. This is from the Eat Clean Diet for family and kids by Tosca Reno.

    Recipe #387153

    This is my favorite cold pasta salad. I'll eat it every day, every meal, until its gone. I love the dill and add more than the recipe suggests. This will feed an army. The number of servings is set at 8 but it seems more to me. I usually half the recipe unless I'm doing it for a potluck or company. Refrigeration time is not included in preparation or cook time. From Brand Name Recipes Cookbook.

    Recipe #290119

    Prep time doesn't include standing time. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #284477

    Mini muffins are just the right size for small children. However, if you prefer, you can also bake these in medium muffin tins. They will make about 15 medium muffins or 30 mini muffins. From Annabel Karmel's First Meals.

    Recipe #281056

    These are great for special treats and are popular with adults and children. They are fun for children to make themselves since they require no baking. From Annabel Karmel's First Meals. Refrigeration time is not included in prep time.

    Recipe #280916

    From Annabel Karmel's First Meals. Tip: when handling phyllo pastry, keep the piece you are not working with covered with a damp dish towel to prevent it from drying out and becoming brittle and difficult to work with.

    Recipe #280913

    This is one of those classic sticky comfort food that never fails to please children and adults alike. From First Meals by Annabel Karmel. This can be made in advance, kept in the refrigerator, and reheated before serving.

    Recipe #280908

    These muffins are full of good natural ingredients, and they make a great breakfast food that can be eaten "on the run." From First Meals by Annabel Karmel.

    Recipe #280523

    Good nutrition in a tall frosty glass ... To make the shake thicker, blend in the crushed ice after thoroughly blending together the other ingredients. Shake will taste best if all liquid ingredients are chilled. From the Sam's Club Source.

    Recipe #265837

    I haven't tried this but I love Tiramisu ... if this is close how bad can it be? From the USA Weekend.

    Recipe #265304

    This recipe is designed for use with a rice cooker but should be easily converted if you don't have one. I don't remember where I originally got this.

    Recipe #257460

    This sandwich is excellent. I use sliced provolone and instead of putting it in the chicken salad just place it on the bread. I added nuts since I like a crunch. Pine nuts would be great but I used slivered almonds since I had them on hand. Use leftover chicken or canned. The recipe below is the original recipe without my changes. This came from the USA Weekend.

    Recipe #252993


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