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    Serve inside cannolis or as a dip for pizzelles or other crisp wafer like cookies. This recipe includes Kahlua, Creme de Cacao and chocolate chips, what's more to like? This is my husband's creation, which is his own take on a recipe he learned from an italian friend. This is quite addictive so be careful! UPDATE: I have provided a much smaller version of the recipe (which is how I usually make it), since it originally called for 3lbs of ricotta and you only need that when company's coming! The original recipe would be 6 times the amounts below.

    Recipe #284517

    Garlic lovers and health nuts only! This single serving recipe is an extremely simple, yet flavorful variation on scrambled eggs. The cottage cheese adds a moist texture and the garlic gives it great flavor. Both spinach and garlic have wonderful health benefits (antioxidants, disease prevention, high vitamin content) and egg whites are a wonderful source of protein so it's a great way to start out your day! (Try adding cooked diced potatoes once and awhile - it's fantastic!)

    Recipe #282618

    This dish is almost too simple, but my husband loves it. I can make it any night and he's happy. I have tried to dress it up before and he politely has told me that he likes it plain and simple. This is nothing to write home about, but it seems to work in my household. It's fast, inexpensive, easy to make and doesn't require a lot of ingredients. I serve it with plenty of salted white rice and veggies.

    Recipe #282620

    As a friend of mine says, "chili is one of those things that you can add to/take away from and still have one good meal." That being said, use this as a base recipe and have fun changing up the veggies and cleaning out your fridge and pantry! My friend got this recipe from Dr. Schmittmann, the smartest woman she knows who actually has her PhD in theortical physics. This dish can stand on it's own, but you may enjoy serving with a baked potato or cornbread. A funny story about this recipe is the first time I made it for my husband he said, "I thought you told me this was vegetarian." Even after I told him it was, he still insisted there was meat in it. My friend and I got a big kick out of that!

    Recipe #279194

    I got this recipe from a Weight Watchers forum before going gluten free and absolutely loved it. I would never have thought to make my own granola except for the fact that I was making muffins one day and the recipe called for a granola topping. I didn't feel like driving the two minutes it would take to get to the grocery store (plus store-bought granola can be high in fat) so I searched the web for a low-fat recipe and found this one. I tweaked it only slightly. I thought the idea to use couscous was a very unique way to add extra crunch. (NOTE: Cooking time updated based on SweetySJD's review - Thanks so much for reviewing!)

    Recipe #271363

    I merged my old gravy recipe (before going gluten-free) and the Recipe #221386 to get this one. This is what I plan to use from now on. Though it does congeal in the fridge, it is not completely solid so you can still stir it up and spoon it over your plate before heating it up. You can make this with chicken stock too. TIP: Save leftover turkey bones in the freezer and make turkey stock from them at any time by boiling them in water. I am guessing on the times since I have not timed myself making this, but the gravy should definitely not be left unattended, so it is pretty much all active work time in that sense. I would say that it takes 10-20 minutes depending on how quickly you get your butter to melt, your gravy to boil and your salt and pepper just right.

    Recipe #270953

    This is my brother's recipe. He said he based it off of Betty Crocker's pizza crust. It is quite honestly the best I have ever tasted. My husband even rated it as one of his favorites along with Uno's pizza. I always made it with Don Pepino's pizza sauce though when my brother made it he made his sauce from scratch. You can roll this out as thick or as thin as you like. It works great as a thick crust.

    Recipe #269370

    This is the type of bread that comes out of the oven and you eat 6 pieces because you just can't believe how good it is (speaking from personal experience). The top is flakey and very thin and the inside is very soft and light. I got this recipe from "Nearly Normal Cooking for Gluten-Free Eating" by Jules E. D. Shepard and modified the flours and added applesauce for part of the oil to cut down on the fat. I can't wait to try more recipes from this book! UPDATE: I took this to work and everyone liked it. They said it tasted just like regular bread! It's nice to hear that from people who eat gluten everyday. It stays well in the fridge and reheats great in the microwave. It's been two days and the bread is still just as soft and pliable as when it came out of the oven!

    Recipe #267774

    This recipe is from my mom's Italian friend who takes the art of cooking to another level. She puts extra care into everything she does in the kitchen from using the freshest ingredients to making even the most common meal uncommonly good with the addition of candles & music. Momma Maglione's attention to detail certainly shines through in this delicious pecan pie recipe. It's not too sweet and has a wonderful consistency. I always whip up the amaretto whipped cream (which I got from the Food Network) as a topping which really sets it off. If tempted to read the calories and fat in this recipe...FORGETABOUIT! This is for special occasions. Enjoy!

    Recipe #267483

    My mom used to make cinnamon rolls with pie crust scraps, which gave me the idea for making these danishes. It is a great way to use leftover dough and enjoy the taste of a cheese danish without having to make a whole batch. These danishes are a wonderful treat to have with your coffee in the morning! I make them with my gluten free pie crust recipe (Recipe #266631), so I do not know how they would taste on a regular wheat flour crust, but I'm sure they would still be tasty! I like to make half the batch with chocolate chips and the other half with raspberry jam (put this on top of the cream cheese mixture before baking). I had trouble naming this one, so I would love to hear ideas for a tasty and descriptive name!

    Recipe #267337

    Snowball potatoes have a thin outer shell, creamy mashed potatoes inside and gooey melted cheese in the center. What a fantastic new way to eat mashed potatoes! I recommend pairing these with a nice beef entree with a buttery vegetable side. i got the idea for this recipe from Ingrid Hoffman's Snowball Potatoes. When I initially posted this recipe, I simply copied Ingrid Hoffman's recipe directions and only updated the ingredients, assuming that I had followed her directions. After a helpful review, however, I made them again and realized I had strayed much more from the original recipe than I thought! I certainly learned my lesson! I have posted a completely rewritten recipe exactly how I make them! (The directions are very long and detailed, but better safe then sorry!)

    Recipe #266711

    This recipe was a life saver when I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease and thought I could no longer make my favorite pies. I have made this recipe multiple times for non-celiacs and everyone loves it. My husband even says that he likes it better than the old pie crusts I used to make! I have tweaked Bette's recipe only slightly by adding more water and adding more detail to the directions. I have gone into great detail in the directions in hopes of helping those of you who are new to making gluten free pie crusts. It can be a bit tricky at first, but once you get the hang of it, it is quite easy!

    Recipe #266631

    There always seems to be at least a little bit of leftover crust when you make a pie. This recipe puts those leftover scraps to use! These are great for the family to snack on before the pie is served. My mom used to always make these when I was growing up and I have continued to do it as well. I use a gluten free pie crust recipe and they still come out great! Sometimes I'll spread strawberry jam in with the butter and omit the cinnamon.

    Recipe #266612

    A wonderful healthy snack and a great way to use up leftover corn tortillas. Great with Recipe #287183 or for making nachos. I vary the toppings on this depending on what I will be serving them with, but lately have just been making them plain. VARIATION: If you need more healthy oils in your diet, brush with olive oil.

    Recipe #263512

    This is a spicy vegetable Bruschetta that is almost like a salsa and is great served cold on sourdough bread, rye crackers or even with Recipe #263512. I came up with this recipe after being appalled at the price of a small jar of bruschetta at a grocery store. I looked at the ingredients and decided I could make that myself for less than half the cost. It is great for using up any leftover veggies (I make it with the salsa leftover from Recipe #306949) and is very forgiving if you don't have all the ingredients.

    Recipe #263500

    I came up with this recipe after finding out that I had to go gluten free. I don't miss the bread crumbs in the meatballs one bit! Substituting the spaghetti squash for regular pasta is also good for those who are counting calories or carbs. TIP: omit the egg if needed, the meatballs will still stay together (I found this out on accident)!

    Recipe #260261

    This is a great dish for a weeknight because you can quickly mix up the ingredients and pop it in the oven for an hour while you do other things. I love that it is very versitale and does well with substitutions and differing amounts. If I don't have cottage cheese, I use ricotta or if I have a little left of each I will use both. I've even used up leftover mexican cheese instead of the mozzarella and it still tastes great! My mom used to make this recipe every couple of months when I was growing up and it was always such a treat. I was pleasantly surprised to find out how easy it is to make! Sometimes she made it in a pie crust and of course that was even better! I enjoy topping it with crumbled feta when I have some in the house. I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine!

    Recipe #260202

    I make this often as a light lunch since it is so easy, inexpensive and nutritious (check out the vitamin content!). Not to mention it is gluten free! I often substitute 1 1/2 cups broccoli for the green beans though it will make it more watery if you don't thaw the broccoli first and discard excess water (I don't do this typically though, I just throw the ingredients in a container the night before and let the broccoli thaw overnight and don't mind the extra liquid).

    Recipe #260181

    Sweetened only with banana, these pancakes are very nutritious and definitely taste like Fall! Cinnamon and cloves are both supposed to aid in digestive health and cloves are actually supposed to warm the stomach. This recipe is a take-off of my guiltless banana pancakes. Check out the calories on this one! I got the idea to add the spices from Messy Cook in Recipe #123665.

    Recipe #259881

    This is a fantastic option for those who are counting calories. There is no oil or sugar in the ingredients and they are less than 2 points each with Weight Watchers! This recipe was inspired by a cookbook called Volumetrics by Barbara Rolls. Top with fresh fruit (cooked bananas are great), fat free yogurt or honey.

    Recipe #259741

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