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    This recipe is a cross between a donut and a muffin. Baked, not fried, using wholesome ingredients, it is actually a smart start to your day!

    Recipe #419921

    Classic chicken salad is heavy and rich. This refreshing variation is more suitable for summer dining. It tastes delicious over crisp salad greens or in a whole wheat pita.

    Recipe #419487

    After only a week with my Vita-Mix blender, I am becoming quite adventurous with what I put into my green breakfast smoothie. If sweet fruit can cover up the bitterness of kale and cabbage, why not throw a few other veggies in too? This is a great way to use up leftover raw or steamed vegetables from other recipes.

    Recipe #389930

    This smoothie is bursting with nutrients from fruits, veggies, and yogurt. The perfect way to start your day! Uses a Vita-Mix blender for creamiest results.

    Recipe #389539

    From the Washington Post. Obelisk is a restaurant in Washington, DC. These make a savory, crisp snack. Don't be discouraged if they're not perfect the first time; they'll still taste great. The dough is much easier to do in a mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, and easier to cut using a dough or bench scraper. A convection oven makes for crisper breadsticks; shorten the baking time as needed. MAKE AHEAD: The dough needs 30 minutes' resting time.

    Recipe #379106

    From the San Francisco Chronicle, posted for safe-keeping. This can be made without an ice cream maker, and can be served right away. If you plan to make the sherbet ahead or have leftovers to freeze, the vodka helps keep it scoop-able when fully frozen. Use fresh peaches when available. To freeze, cut peaches into chunks and freeze in a single layer on a cookie sheet. Preparation time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #379003


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