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    This makes a lot of burgers. One of my family's favorite takes on a burger. Served with provolone and marinara, it is delish!

    Recipe #486290

    A creamy, peanut butter curry chicken dish served over rice. My family's favorite dish.

    Recipe #478766

    Super easy dip. Perfect for cold weather parties, football tailgating, harvest party, and any holiday party! Savory and a tiny bit spicy (optional). Serve with Tortilla Chips. Found on: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/member/views/WHITE-TRASH-DIP-50000862#ixzz1b5zhgSbb

    Recipe #466447

    An adapted version of a protein packed Rocky Road Cookie. A little crumbly, but what did you expect for gluten free cookie... maybe if we add Xanthan Gum?

    Recipe #462936

    Taken from a vegan cook named Vic Robinson on his blog: The Life (http://haymarket8.blogspot.com/) I needed a high protein curry and was tired of chicken... so here's one with tofu!

    Recipe #450333

    Moist and delicious, this chocolate cherry cake is whipped up in a quick minute. This can also be made with 2 scoops of Body Fortress Chocolate Protein Powder (or your favorite protein powder) to boost the protein.

    Recipe #450332

    My kids love this meal when we have a few pieces of gluten free bread left. I've also made this for breakfast and served it over GF waffles.

    Recipe #370388

    I picked this up from KimBensen.com. Now I can have my favorite dip without all the guilt. 0 points per serving for Weight Watchers.

    Recipe #369008

    Thank You Rick Gallop! Taken from his book, "The GI Diet Clinic" - A low glycemic version of Pecan Brownies. And no, you can't taste the beans! Of course this recipe is packed with fiber so they are healthy, but oh so tasty, so get baking! Nuts on top add some crunch to these cakey brownies. Storage: These brownies need to covered with plastic wrap or cut and stored in airtight container for up to 4 days. They can also be frozen for up to 2 weeks.

    Recipe #350123

    Just a little bit of peanut butter and light coconut milk make this curry taste rich and creamy.

    Recipe #350098

    Use Pampered Chef Gingerbread House Mold. Makes 1 Gingerbread House Source: Family Heritage Gingerbread mold collection

    Recipe #344668

    Hits the chocolate spot. Very rich. If you like peanut butter fudge, you'll love these cookies (I think they're better!) Some people spell it "Raggedy Robbins".

    Recipe #290817

    This dressing makes a good topping over a crisp vegetable salad such as Indonesian Gado Gado Salad, and can be used as a dipping sauce for satays and appetizers. For a thinner salad dressing, just add a bit more coconut milk or chicken broth. To thicken, let the sauce sit and cool before using. From Rhonda Parkinson/about.com

    Recipe #289955

    I like this recipe, number one, it's Gluten Free, and 2, it really fills you up! "Hunza Diet Bread is a delicious, dense, chewy bread that's very nutritious and is almost impervious to spoilage. The following recipe makes a huge batch of approximately 48, 2 inch squares, high in protein, vitamins and minerals. Keeps weeks at room temperature, even longer in the fridge and indefinitely in the freezer." When I received the e-mail to sell me this bread, it stated that a housewife created it trying to duplicate a recipe from the Hunza's and it resulted in people not being hungry for 6 or more hours.

    Recipe #289311


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