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    This is my favorite topping for meatloaf. It is good for basting before and during cooking and also for serving at the table for those who like more sauce.

    Recipe #258430

    This is just the dressing for Loretta's Broccoli Salad. It may also be used for other salads as well. Nutritional facts are for one tablespoon of dressing.

    Recipe #167268

    Out of pumpkin pie spice and only need a little to get you through until you buy more? From Hamilton Beach web site a few years back.

    Recipe #107059

    In thinking of inexpensive ways to feed my family healthier foods I had this idea. I bought the additions to the bread flours in bulk and spent less than 75 cents for the ingredients other than the bread flours.

    Recipe #92133

    If you must live dairy-free and still love bagels here is something for you to try. I found this on a vegan website while looking for mock cream cheese to make smoked salmon spread with. I tried this and liked it! If you don't have cashew paste or cashew butter you can put about 1/2 cup of cashews in the food processor until they get like peanut butter... then measure out 3 1/2 Tbsp. for the recipe. Raw cashews would be better, but I used salted and roasted with no problem.

    Recipe #231173

    Delicious and oh-so-simple dip disappears quickly. Not too spicy for children, entire family loves it. I usually double it and it is just enough to accompany one large bag of tortilla chips. Discovered at a little girl's birthday party, we have always called it by the birthday girl's name!

    Recipe #69742

    My kids tried this at an open house at my hubby's Indian Tribe. They loved it and brought home the recipe.

    Recipe #196288

    I can't have dairy items, but miss ice cream and sherbet very much. I am making this as a substitite.

    Recipe #316278

    I am allergic to all dairy and miss ranch dressing so very much! Here is a version I came up with to satisfy my craving... Tastes almost like the real thing!

    Recipe #255308

    The kids love this! Got this recipe from the Oregon Nutrition Education Program. The kids all sampled it and said it was delicious. Super simple and inexpensive to make.

    Recipe #194843

    From Delicious Living Magazine's April 2005 publication. Described in article as follows: "Modeled after a fantastic sauce I had with lamb cubes at a Turkish restaurant in San Francisco, this all-purpose yogurt sauce hits many notes; sweet, sour, hot, salty, herbaceous, and that mysterious savory flavor the Japanese call 'umani'. Serve with red bell pepper, jicama, and carrot slices; as a topping for baked potatoes; with grilled lamb, chicken, or tofu; tossed in tuna salad; or as a different and nutritious sandwich spread". Makes about 2 cups. PER SERVING (1 tablespoon): 28 cal, 68% fat cal, 2 g fat, 0 g sat fat, 0 mg col, 1 g protein, 1 g carb, 0 g fiber, 40 mg sodium

    Recipe #128113

    Something I invented for a change of taste. I am hooked on this dressing right now! Very garlicky, full of flavor - turns a simple salad into a meal. Dip celery sticks into this for a very tasty snack.

    Recipe #253720

    A 5 a day recipe from the National Cancer Institue. I tried this at an open-house at the Springfield Oregon outreach office of the Confederated Tribes Of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians. It was unbelievably delicious and simple, the kids also loved it!

    Recipe #194844

    My version of something I bought at the "health food" section of our nearest market. It is great on dry toasted very thin sliced breads including rye. It is also good on crackers. Spread this thin--it is not egg salad sandwich! Use it like you would if you were just putting a little butter or peanut butter or cream cheese on your toast. If you spread it too thick it will be too salty! You will only like this if you like jalepeno and garlic!

    Recipe #224460

    This will replace the expensive syrup you buy to make flavored coffee or espresso. I think it is as good as "Torani" or "Davinci". This recipe will nearly fill an empty 23 oz. bottle.

    Recipe #71652

    If you must live dairy-free and miss having pudding you will most likely enjoy this recipe. I have been experimenting for the past two years on trying to hide the soy flavor in soy milk... I haven't been able to hide it totally, but it is pretty subtle in this recipe thanks to the banana. If you can have milk and enjoy tapioca the traditional way you probably will NOT like this recipe.

    Recipe #230585

    Served at my grandma's house for every holiday occasion as long as I can remember. You wouldn't know there is cabbage in this unless you saw the ingredient list! Tastes like fruit and whipped cream!

    Recipe #70289

    This makes a beautiful cookie that can easily be removed from the pan for decoration. This recipe came with my Wilton Heart Shaped Cookie Pan, but can be used in a 13x9 shallow pan.

    Recipe #287204

    This is the salad Loretta brings to all of our family gatherings. We always request her to bring this one no matter what the occasion. She came up with this after having lunch at Reed-N-Cross and having a broccoli salad she just loved. Now we all love it and look forward to her bringing it!

    Recipe #300229

    My grandson, Matthew, brought this recipe home and wanted me to make them. He had them in class and said they were soooo good! He got the recipe from his third grade classmate's mom. We will be trying them today.

    Recipe #172134

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