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    You could probably make this with chocolate flavored protein powder instead of using vanilla powder and cocoa. I drink this for breakfast.

    Recipe #131650

    Recipe #406732

    I was in search of a way to make a flavored frothed milk topping for a hot chocolate gift basket... I had the milk frother, but went through many trials and failures of flavoring the milk and getting it to actually froth. I tried pudding mix, powdered creamers... I think I have found the answer. A little of this flavoring goes a long way -- after it's crushed, 1/8 tsp equals two tablets. The more "stuff" you add to the milk, the less it's going to keep its froth, it will start to dissolve quicker. At least that's my experience with skim milk... whole milk might do better.

    Recipe #345958

    A Hungry Girl swap for Applebee's dessert shooter

    Recipe #429071

    Haven't tried this yet but it sounds yummy...

    Recipe #418838

    A recipe from the bottle of Pallini Limoncello

    Recipe #278897

    A great cold treat for your dog.

    Recipe #68636

    Recipe #406076

    From Kraft Foods.com. I like to use the green tortillas. I have found that rolling the tortillas and trying to cut them always ends up with a mess and the pinwheels look kind of smashed. Last time I made this, I did it like a quesadilla: Put one tortilla down, spread the cheese, layer the beef and cucumbers, then spread more cheese on another tortilla, and lay it face down on top. Then cut into wedges with a pizza cutter. Make Ahead - Prepare pinwheels as directed and store in tightly covered container in refrigerator until ready to serve.

    Recipe #406106

    Recipe #447799

    From Anne Marshall Van Meter: About a million years ago, I lived in Roxborough and worked in South Philly. On the way home I would sometimes stop at the Manayunk Farmer's market (no longer extant. I think it's a Restoration Hardware), but especially at a stand called "Hel's Kitchen". Helen was almost always there and I frequently loaded up on a salad like this. It varies according to what I have in the fridge and garden. This version is meatless.

    Recipe #427677

    Recipe #449547

    I served this with grilled Garlic Peppercorn steak (McCormick Grillmates) and raw cucumber. The coolness of the cucumber was so refreshing with these spicy dishes! We used 1 tsp of the hot chili oil. Note that there is no error in the recipe, as one reviewer states. If you look at the blog post about Simple Sesame Noodles on Pioneer Woman's website, it does indeed say pure sesame oil, with a photo of the pure sesame oil bottle.

    Recipe #427798

    Simple Sloppy Joes

    Recipe #423715

    I got this recipe years ago from a girl in one of my college classes. It's very similar to others on Zaar, but not exact, so I'm posting it for safe-keeping. I was unable to find habenaro peppers, so I normally make it with 2 jalepenos. I also cut way back on the cilantro from her original recipe... I'm not sure what "one bunch" meant to her, but boy it was a lot.

    Recipe #414337

    This is my adaptation of my favorite salad ever, based on the description in their menu

    Recipe #408493

    This is from Busy People's Low-fat Cookbook by Dawn Hall. When I first tasted this, I thought it was just "okay", but after eating on it for the next few days I grew to like it more. I'm not sure if it just needed time to blend the flavors or what? --NOTE-- As I'm typing this in, I notice that the recipe calls for 8 oz cans of corn and beans... I'm pretty sure I used 14 oz cans because I don't think my store sells 8 oz cans.

    Recipe #406298

    I came up with this tonight using up things in the cabinet. I served it with Recipe #214165 Asparagus

    Recipe #415242

    From Spark Recipes; the World's Largest Healthy Recipes Website

    Recipe #442616

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