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    From: http://www.thehealthseekerskitchen.com/2011/02/indian-samosa-wrap.html I had purchased Amy's Indian Samosa Wraps from the frozen section at Whole Foods and knew I could create these in my own kitchen. Amy's Samosa Wraps were half the size of mine with more than double the fat. I made my own whole wheat tortillas which were a blend between a tortilla and naan bread.

    Recipe #497801

    Very simple, I wanted to know the nutrtion facts

    Recipe #497792

    Recipe #497790

    the brownies will not be firm until after they are baked and chilled completely. In other words, you would ideally make these one day and serve them the next. When they come out of the oven, they are more of a pudding texture which is certainly delicious, but you can’t slice them like a traditional brownie until they are 100% cold from the fridge. Just letting you know, m’kay? :) From: http://www.carrieonvegan.com/2012/10/12/healthy-vegan-friday-spinach-black-bean-brownies/

    Recipe #497789

    This 115-calorie guilt-free indulgence packs lots of fall flavor without loads of fat and sugar. It makes a great on-the-go snack and pairs perfectly with coffee after dinner or at breakfast. Sweet! So move aside, pumpkin donuts and holiday pastries— we’re keeping it fit this fall with Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls! from: http://www.fitnessrxwomen.com/life-health/jaime-baird/pumpkin-cinnamon-rolls/

    Recipe #497787

    This one is made with a potato crust, the recipe is basically for Reibekuchen (potato fitter) which has to prebake anyway, so I roasted the cauliflower because veggies are better roasted and added more flavor with garlic, ginger and cumin. From: http://www.1bigbite.com/2012/11/cauliflower-kale-pie/

    Recipe #497785

    from Katie Goodman http://www.cookingforseven.com/2012/09/roasted-cauliflower-garlic-soup/

    Recipe #497222

    Hearty sweet potatoes and chickpeas create a burger that's about as meaty as it gets without using any meat. Dried chickpeas keep these patties crispy; soak them overnight so they're ready to cook when you are. (I used canned chickpeas and time does not include soaking) http://www.self.com/fooddiet/recipes/2012/04/chickpea-sweet-potato-burgers

    Recipe #497174

    Energy Balls: The power bar dough can also be shaped into small balls. Refrigerate until firm, then wrap in plastic for longer storage. Try These Combinations! Cherry-almond, apricot-almond, cranberry-pecan, apple-cinnamon-walnut Try These Add-Ins! Shredded coconut, chia seeds, chocolate chips, cacao nibs, cocoa powder, crystalized ginger, ground cinnamon, ground nutmeg, ground cardamom, lemon zest, lime zest

    Recipe #497112

    This is a take on my Slovak Grandma's Recipe. I used Recipe #428843 for the dumplings. I made it without the potato-so I didn't use the blender. This dish is VERY filling (like gnocchi) and VERY inexpensive. You can make this main dish with the chicken or leave it out and have it as a side. Disclaimers: Grandma DID NOT use olive oil- she used olio (aka margarine). Grandma DID NOT use cayenne. Grandma DID NOT use a recipe- so this is my best guess to amounts and times.

    Recipe #476155

    I tried to make "Basil Cream Chicken" from cook MizzNezz. However, I was lacking many of the ingredients. This is what it evolved into. My husband LOVED this and I thought it was even better as leftovers.

    Recipe #438830

    I got this from Everyday with Rachael Ray. It's a great mag.

    Recipe #429006

    lf you have never had this before, you would think that this is a mistake. An extensive web search,however, will reveal various versions of halushky made with several different types of fresh, soft-curd cheeses. This one will knock your socks off

    Recipe #428899

    This is from Every day with Rachael Ray. It's a great mag with great recipes!

    Recipe #428862

    There are two version of the halushky dumplings that l grew up loving. This version, the more popular of the 2, uses raw pototo in the dough. The second version, used for adding to stews and soups, leaves out the potato.

    Recipe #428843

    I got this from Everyday with Rachael Ray. It's a good mag.

    Recipe #428842

    I got this from Everyday with Rachael Ray. It's a great mag!

    Recipe #428841

    I got this from Everyday with Rachael Ray. It's a great mag.

    Recipe #428840

    This comes from Everyday with Rachael Ray. Great mag! You can sweeten with honey and spoon over biscuits or pancakes. Mix with salsa for a creamy dip. Use as a filling in enchiladas or burritos. Stir inot mashed potatoes along with some cheddar. sorve as a topping for chili or baked potatoes. Thin with milk, then heat with frozen veggies for a corn chowder.

    Recipe #428839

    I got this from everyday with Rachael Ray. It's a great mag! You should get it :-)

    Recipe #428838

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