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    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    Very simple, and really not overly creative, but I came up with this last night when I didn't have any liqueurs to mix with the vodka that I did have. Really, you could change the flavor to practically anything, with all the different coffee syrups that are available.

    Recipe #371425

    I have tried a few banana bread/muffin recipes that either were already fairly healthy or that I attempted to make healthier, and I just couldn't find one I really liked. They always seemed to lack flavor or have that weird gummy texture that low-fat muffins tend to get. So after looking at quite possibly over a hundred recipes, I kind of made up my own. They just came out of the oven, and the one I tried was pretty tasty. I think the only change I might make is to increase the spices a bit, but that is just from personal preference. Suggestions are most certainly welcome!

    Recipe #358005

    I bought some zucchini and Romas on sale and only decided afterward what to do with them. The tortellini also just happened to be on sale when I went to the store to grab it today, so this meal was actually only about $3, and it went together amazingly fast.

    Recipe #351185

    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    Okay, so this may not be *exactly* like a muffin, but it's pretty close, and was still pretty tasty! The taste and texture turned out to be a little more like that of a very thick pancake, but that's close enough, right? ;) Anyway, I was wanting just one muffin this morning, and decided to tinker around a little and make just one in the microwave. I'll probably play around with this a little more, but here are the basics. Really, you could probably add fruit or chocolate chips or whatever to this, and have yourself a tasty little treat in roughly five minutes. I'd love to hear other people's ideas on additions/changes to this!

    Recipe #312134

    I wanted to make a plum freezer jam, but did not want to use all that sugar most recipes call for. Actually, I could hardly even find any recipes for plum freezer jam. So, I kinda made this up, using what knowledge I could gather from looking at lots of other jam recipes (using both plums and other fruit). Since I just made this tonight, it has not had time to properly set, so I am not sure how soft a set it is going to be. Be sure to measure the fruit after chopping. Also, I would not guarantee that this would still work with a different brand of pectin, and it definitely would only work with the no-sugar-needed kind. Preparation time does not include pitting and chopping fruit, as I tend to be very slow at things like that, and cook time includes only cooking time of pectin. I'd love to hear your comments!

    Recipe #311943

    I've been wanting to experiment with putting kiwi in quickbread for a while, so when they finally went on sale, I snagged several to make muffins with. After a lot of searching, I found a few recipes, and combined pieces of those with some of my own ideas to create these muffins. I just tried one out of the oven, and must say that it came out quite well :) I will warn you, though: these are not an overly sweet muffin, so if you're looking for a cupcake wanna-be, this is definitely not it! The diced kiwi lend a bit of tartness that really help to make these unique.

    Recipe #310878

    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    These are the oatmeal cookies I grew up with. I know there are tons of recipes for oatmeal cookies on here already, but I didn't find any exactly like this one, or even quite close enough to call the same. The yield is an estimate, because I don't remember how many this actually makes. Enjoy!

    Recipe #310147

    This is the pumpkin pie my mom has always made. I think she got the recipe out of the newspaper or something many years ago. The filling is closer to a pumpkin custard than a traditional pumpkin pie filling. Coeur d'Alene is a city in Northern Idaho, by the way ;)

    Recipe #310143

    5 Reviews |  By qotw13

    I think this came from, but I don't remember for sure. This is yet another recipe I haven't tried, but plan to whenever I get a food processor to shred the carrots.

    Recipe #310111

    8 Reviews |  By qotw13

    Another recipe I found online several months ago. I haven't made this one yet, though, so let me know what you think if you make it! It's a pretty basic recipe that could easily have additions made or be doubled, or whatever. Oh, and just a note to those who haven't used oat flour before: you don't have to go out and spend a lot on those tiny packages of oat flour at the store. If you have a blender or food processor and a jar of quick-cooking or old fashioned oats, you can easily make your own oat flour! Just grind/process until flour consistency! UPDATE: The first ingredient is supposed to be 1 C oat flour. I have it typed in there, but for some reason, it just isn't showing on the final submission.

    Recipe #310105

    I found this recipe online (don't remember where now) several months ago, and though I've only made these once so far, they were very good. It's been so long since I made them that I don't remember all the changes I made, but I do remember that I used half oat flour and half all-purpose flour, and added some chocolate chips instead of the walnuts. When my roommate found some chocolate chips in her muffin, she referred to them as "hidden treasures." :)

    Recipe #310102

    I couldn't sleep tonight, so I decided to get up and do a little experimenting in the kitchen. I've been wanting to make muffins, and have yogurt that needs used before it expires, so this is what I came up with. I used frozen strawberries that I partially thawed before chopping. I also didn't measure them, but just used up what I had left in the freezer, and guessed at it being about a cup. The first pan just came out of the oven, and they smell (and taste!) delicious, but when I took a bit of one, I found that the insides were slightly gooey, especially around the pieces of strawberry. I'm thinking they will be better once they've sat overnight, but if anyone makes these and has any ideas on how to remedy this, please let me know. I have a feeling that they may also benefit from an added tablespoon of butter, and more lemon flavor. It's a work in progress, what can I say? ;)

    Recipe #302921

    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    I wanted something other than my old peanut butter standby to dip my apple in this morning, so this is what I came up with. I didn't actually measure anything, so all measurements are approximate.

    Recipe #302387

    I have not yet made these, but they sounded interesting, so I wanted to post the recipe on here for safe keeping. Let me know how they turn out if anyone makes these before I get around to it!

    Recipe #301305

    2 Reviews |  By qotw13

    I have not yet made these, but wanted to post the recipe here for safe keeping. If anyone makes these before I get a chance, let me know how they turn out! Recipe from Touch of Home Cookbook.

    Recipe #301192

    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    I played around with different fruits and additions in smoothies last summer, and this was probably my favorite one. Because of the oats and almonds, I typically have this as a meal in itself, maybe with just a piece of toast or something. Another variation I liked was using half a peach instead of the kiwi. I've used several different flavors of yogurt, but usually stick to vanilla, raspberry, or strawberry. I am going to try adding things like wheat germ or flax this summer when I start making smoothies again....

    Recipe #296437

    A slightly healthier (and slightly tweaked) version of my mom's brownies (Recipe #270312). I think I actually used less granulated sugar when I made these. The applesauce adds sweetness, so 3/4 C sugar makes them verrry sweet. I also don't measure my chocolate chips in virtually any recipe calling for them; I just dump them in until it looks good, so this is an approximate amount.

    Recipe #295377

    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    Yeah, it's a boring title, I know. I'm just too lazy to come up with something exciting, haha! This is something I just made after kind of combining a few other recipes I found while trying to find a way to use up some fresh spinach I had. It could definitely still use some work, but I just wanted to post the basics. If you have any ideas, let me know!

    Recipe #294003

    3 Reviews |  By qotw13

    Yet another light lunch that gets quite the eye roll from my roommate. This does sound rather odd, but I find it quite tasty, and it's a good way for me to get my protein, some whole grains, and dairy, without tons of calories. I've tried this with several flavors of yogurt, and the raspberry just seems to go best with the crackers. Feel free to try other flavors, though!

    Recipe #291889

    1 Reviews |  By qotw13

    My roommate recently got me hooked on cheesetoast, but with my own variations. I love the cheese on an English muffin, and the turkey just adds that much more protein. I eat this multiple times a week, for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

    Recipe #291862

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