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    Note: 1 C uncooked rice = 3 C cooked. It's best to use rice that has been cooked the day before and stored in the refrigerator. Freshly cooked rice is too wet and will result in a soggy mess. I affectionately call this "Rule of 3 Rice" because of all the threes...

    Recipe #432965

    Each brownie has 88 calories, hence the name. (Or at least they're supposed to... according to the calculated nutrition information here, each one is 108 calories... hmmm....) Special thanks to actress Jenna Fischer (Pam on The Office) for the recipe!

    Recipe #330356

    This recipe is courtesy of actress Jenna Fischer (Pam on The Office) This is her mother's recipe, and it was published in Self Magazine. This is the original recipe, but I've also published my vegetarian version.

    Recipe #364954

    Recipe #364993

    Before I went vegetarian, this was one of my favorite chicken recipes. From the 365 Ways To Cook Chicken cookbook.

    Recipe #441510

    Crock pot? Check. Healthy breakfast? Check. MAJOR YUM? Check! Original recipe came from the Hungry Hungry Hippie website, but I've made a few adjustments. Put it all in the crock pot at night, and wake up to the smell of warm apple pie! Tastes great with some walnuts stirred in just before serving. (Hint: For easy clean-up, use a crock-pot liner, especially if you have an old crock pot without a removable inner.)

    Recipe #480097

    This is a favorite of mine.

    Recipe #377674

    Sometimes, instead of using Crumbles, I use 4 MorningStar Farms Tomato & Basil Pizza Burgers, chopped up.

    Recipe #341300

    Healthier than regular oatmeal cookies

    Recipe #377675

    This is one of my favorite lunches.

    Recipe #365197

    I made this for the first time without ever having rhubarb before, and I loved it! It's sweet and it's got just the right amount of tartness. Thanks to the Heppner family for this recipe!

    Recipe #329941

    This is one of my own recipes, and one that I'm particularly proud of. It's not very spicy, so you can alter the spices as you like. This is great served with corn bread, and the leftovers make great nachos! I'm the only vegetarian in the family, but everyone else loves it!

    Recipe #377218

    A great Mediterranean-style dish! One of my family's favorite side dishes. Spaghetti squash is kind of difficult to cut, so be careful! It's very easy to slice a finger.

    Recipe #341304

    I like to call this recipe "Redneck Chicken" because, come on... anything with a soup packet as a main ingredient is pretty redneck. But it's so good! This recipe is courtesy of Jenna Fischer from NBC's "The Office". As the name suggests, it is sticky, so I always like to line my baking dish with foil for easy clean-up.

    Recipe #470145

    Start by preparing and cutting all the vegetables and measuring ingredients so they are ready to go. Once you begin stir-frying, it goes very quickly. To prepare tofu, slice into 2 layers, and press out moisture between paper towels.

    Recipe #341309

    Before you run screaming the other way, trust me when I say that this cake is absolutely incredible. Don’t let the word “vegan” put you off… this cake is every bit as decadent as its fat-and-calorie-filled cousins. I’ve sampled my fair share of vegan cakes, and this is by far one of the best! Note: if you use water-packed tofu for the filling/frosting, the tofu needs to strain for 24 hours. If you use the aseptic tofu, the filling may need to chill for 1-6 hours before being usable, so make the filling/frosting the day before baking the cake. I personally prefer the aseptic tofu to the water-packed tofu; it has a better texture and less bean flavor.

    Recipe #329485


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