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    A recipe from Buitoni online. My small children really liked this version. I used regular dry pasta instead of refrigerated and swapped out the fresh veggies for frozen (it's what I had on hand). I also added in cooked cut up chicken at the end. This went together fairly quickly--another plus, of course.

    Recipe #417395

    I found this recipe online at themommyplaybook.com. My son loves Smoothie King's version and this is supposed to be a good copy. I haven't tried it yet, but will in a few days. I just wanted to post it so I would have it accessible. **The recipe calls for papaya juice but Recipezaar changed it to papaya nectar.

    Recipe #396401

    This Mother's Day recipe is from the Salud cooking school at Harry's in Atlanta Georgia, This is a great appetizer for a Mother's Day meal.

    Recipe #394442

    This can be a morning starter or a late night munchie. It's a great low sugar alternative to ice cream. My mother taught me this because I've never been one for traditional American breakfasts.

    Recipe #297213

    This is what I would call "eatable." Not just edible. I and my daughter, too, have been known to forage the fridge looking for leftovers to dip in sauce remnants. I know the ingredient list looks daunting, but it doesn't take long and is COMPLETELY worth it. I found this in a book called "Desperation Entertaining" by Beverly Mills and Alicia Ross. It is suggested, among other things, as a dip for chicken fingers.

    Recipe #295996


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