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Gluten Free Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

I don't consider these a "healthy" food when I make them with chocolate chips. If they were made with raisins instead, that would increase their nutrition ;)Submitted by RX4YOGA

Margie's Real Simple Blueberry Muffins

I altered this recipe from one I read in Real Simple magazine. I freeze them after they cool and heat them in the microwave for about 45 seconds. I put a tiny pat of butter on them and they are DELICIOUS! Submitted by RX4YOGA

Chicken Saagwala (inspired by my favorite Indian restaurant)
Chicken Saagwala (inspired by my favorite Indian restaurant)

By now you are experiencing turkey-day overload. The thought of eating one more turkey pot pie, one more bowl of turkey noodle soup, or one more bite of a turkey sandwich sends you in a downward foodie spiral.
Do not worry your pretty little head. Grubarazzi is here for you.
Say “Namaste” to the day and cook up your own Indian feast at home tonight. It takes a little extra time and a teeny bit of effort, but it is well worth it. You will end up with a piping hot cauldron of creamy, spicy grub loaded with vegetables, protein and stress reducing antioxidants (scientific fact).
Chicken Saagwala is an exquisite blend of spinach, onions, and traditional Indian spices stewed slowly to develop a buttery texture unmatched by any other spinach dish. It’s incredibly comforting, and if you make it at home it can be amazingly wholesome. Serve chicken saagwala with a heaping spoonful of basmati rice pilaf filled with fresh herbs, almonds, spices and crunch! Brown rice helps create an even nuttier flavor.
Namaste, my friends.
Submitted by KIMBRIGHT

Pumpkin Apple Love Muffins
Pumpkin Apple Love Muffins

Nothing is more comforting than a soft, hot cakey muffin jam-packed with apples and spices. After being knocked on my tuckus from the flu this week, I was in dire need of some coziness from the kitchen. I will go to my death bed (and I came close this week) proclaiming that I am not a baker. My man is gifted with the baking gene, and when the holidays come he whips out his natural skills and bakes away. The one year we baked together my pumpkin pies turned out like hockey pucks. You might ask who can screw up the easiest pie in the world. That would be me.

I do the cooking.

After establishing this fact I was still glaring at a conundrum: a huge pile of fresh apples looking right back at me. Something must be done. How dare they stare at me with those cute little cheeks!

My husband ran down the stairs to a kitchen filled with flour, sugar, spices, pumpkin and diced apples and exclaimed “Awww! You are baking!”

I grimaced, sniffled and said “I don’t know how to bake.”

Lovingly, he emitted “Oh, yes you do.” These little words gave me the motivation to finish the task at hand.
I’m proud to say there is hope for me in the baking department. It must be the Nyquil…

Submitted by KIMBRIGHT

Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut Squash Soup

Oh, the thought of it: sizzling bacon, sweet butternut squash and soft white beans simmering together in perfect harmony. It is almost naughty, like Three’s Company without the annoying neighbor to spoil the revelry.
Blending half of the soup creates a creamy contrast that you can’t deny. Come in, take off your coat and join the party.
Submitted by KIMBRIGHT

Banana Oat Pancakes
Banana Oat Pancakes

Gluten Free and Dairy Free Pancakes made with oat flour and ripe bananas. Super Delicious! Submitted by KIMBRIGHT


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