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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

Adapted from (Cinnamon Spice and Everything Nice blog) adapted (Better Home and Gardens) recipe for cookies that looked too good to pass up. What's not to love with PB and Oats and Chocolate?Submitted by SNARKYLEMON

Stuffing balls

Yummy ground chicken or ground turkey stuffing balls.Submitted by CINAMON15

Aunt Gail's Lemon Bars- It beat Martha's!

My Aunt Gail's Lemon Bars beat out Martha Stewart's in a family taste test! (see Atlantis's blog about it: http://atlantishome.typepad.com/my_weblog/
2010/08/marthas-lemon-bars-versus-aunt
-gails-lemon-bars.html)
This is the same recipe without any healthy revisions.Submitted by AL2032SIO22H2O

Thompson's Homestyle Chili with a vegetarian twist

Found this recipe on the Thompson's Red Kidnew Beans and I add some TVP (textured vegetable protein) to boost the protein value. And to me, it's the ideal spice combinaison!!!Submitted by MARISABELLES

Hummus by Kim

Hummus from what I had on hand.Submitted by SHAY1KM

Chipotle Braised Chicken

Gourmet/2010, by Ruth Cousineau

I prepare this without using salt until the very end, and then only a very small amount to the sauce (if it needs it) before pouring over the chicken.

A straightforward stovetop braise makes this savory chicken dish a favorite. A little chipotle chile powder gives the chicken a spark of heat, while lime juice and cilantro bring freshness to the cooking liquid. Serve this with "Warm Herbed Coriander Brown Rice Salad" and your meal's complete.Submitted by SWEETIEPUNK

Warm Herbed Coriander Rice Salad

Gourmet/June 2010, by Ruth Cousineau

Works okay with regular brown rice, but brown Basmati's slender grains offer an inviting combination of elegance and earthy chew. Now add some chunks of zuchinni, lots of your favorite fresh herbs, and the melowness of coriander and cumin, and you have a salad that's practically a meal.

In fact, I often make this as a vegetarian entre option. You can add chopped, toasted pecans or walnuts.... or chickpeas.... or sauted mushrooms to "beef" it up a little more.Submitted by SWEETIEPUNK


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