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    I put two carrot cake recipes together and came up with this. There are baking times for both regular and mini cupcakes. I personally prefer the mini cupcakes, as they are the perfect size for a small indulgence.

    Recipe #474546

    From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470937

    Baked chicken wings tossed in a tangy sauce made with sweet thai chili, siracha, ginger, and soy sauce. From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470927

    A delightful summer side. From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470919

    Deep earthy flavors of curry and pumpkin with a little kick. From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470781

    A yummy cupcake recipe for your fur baby. You can use any type of dog-friendly fruit for the garnish. I like to use a banana slice, cube of apple, or blueberry. You can also garnish with a small dog treat.

    Recipe #433646

    I absolutely love the green chile corn chowder soup they have at Sweet Tomatoes, so I found this recipe to suffice my cravings. I like roasting the corn and chiles before adding them to the soup. I do this by throwing them into the oven at 450 degrees for 20 - 30 minutes, or until the skins of the peppers start charring and wilting, and the corn browns. I enjoy poblano and anaheim peppers in this recipe. This is a filling soup, but pairs nicely with grilled salmon.

    Recipe #430329

    A delicious and creamy side that goes with almost anything, like pita chips, lavash bread, ruffled potato chips, or basmati rice. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427706

    I remember what a treat it was when my Iranian grandmother would come visit and make kotlets on her first day here! As she made them, I would always stand next to her, waiting for the first ones to be done so I could steal a few before dinner. Our family eats them with basmati rice, served with sabzi (parsley, cilantro, basil, radishes, and onion), grilled tomatoes, and yogurt but you could easily transform these into a pita. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427659

    A heart and delicious Iranian stew made with celery and lamb. This is easily transformed into a vegetarian dish by omitting the lamb. If you are not fond of lamb, beef is another option, which my Iranian grandmother favors. From My Persian Kitchen.

    Recipe #427643

    A light, creamy, and delicious key lime pie perfect for the Spring and Summer! Note: Although I haven't tried this variation, I heard subbing crushed oatmeal cookies (1 1/2 cups) for the graham crackers is a nice adaptation to the crust recipe!

    Recipe #418748

    I am currently doing my student teaching in a second grade classroom and have to do a lesson on telling time. I wanted to share my love for baking with my students, so I thought these edible clocks would be a great way to keep their interest of telling time throughout the lesson until it was "time" to eat their clocks! If you're strapped for time and don't want to make the cookie recipe, go ahead and use a pre-made slice&bake sugar cookie dough like Pillsbury.

    Recipe #410534

    I stayed at this quaint little inn, located in New Hampshire, for several nights and was lucky enough to enjoy their amazing breakfasts. This is just one of their delicious recipes that I know I will be making for years! We had the cranberry scones, so I would substitute cranberries for the raisins in this recipe. The scones were also served with a delicious orange butter. This recipe results in a soft, not-too-sweet scone that absolutely melts in your mouth. I remember course sugar being on top of these scones, which is not mentioned in the recipe. If desired, I would sprinkle enough to taste on the dough before baking.

    Recipe #391287

    A classic cream-filled cake gets a pumpkin twist.

    Recipe #376583

    A lighter version of granola.

    Recipe #516973

    A quick and easy omelet to fuel my morning.

    Recipe #516972

    A simple egg omelet with a side of Greek yogurt to fuel my morning.

    Recipe #516971

    My go-to recipe for savory or sweet crepes. My favorite quick breakfast involves sprinkling some toasted pumpkin of sunflower seeds into the batter and filling the crepe with Greek yogurt and lightly caramelized banana; yum!

    Recipe #516660

    Yummy cupcakes with a light and fluffy texture. From Gimme Some Oven.

    Recipe #471529

    A delicious nutty shrimp and spinach noodle dish that can be whipped up in a flash. From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470938

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