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Simple crunchy maple granola
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A lightened up cream cheese frosting perfect on cupcakes or your favorite cake recipe. You could also use Splenda to lower the sugar if you are on a restricted sugar diet.
There's nothing better than a good batch of vanilla cupcakes. This recipe is features a rich, golden vanilla cake with a sweet vanilla buttercream frosting.
A delicious chocolate truffle with a hard shell coating.
To make lowfat version use nonfat cream cheese. This version of Tiramisu has an Irish Cream flavor. However, you can substitute a few other flavors (Amaretto, Kahlua, Grand Marinier) for a change of pace. Servings per recipe: 12.
Thought this would be an interesting change to our traditional spanish omelets.
Hotcakes without the Blueberry Compote
Recipe courtesy Curtis Stone
. This flatbread from the North of India is juxtaposition at its most beautiful: pillowy and elastic, with dark charred bubbles and a crispy bottom. It's usually made in a tandoor oven, a clay oven that can reach up to 900 degrees F! That's hard to replicate at home, but this version comes pretty darned close.
Spicy coconut shrimp
This recipe is very quick, and very easy. I like making it on weeknights because it takes less than 15 minutes to make. What makes this dish Moroccan is the fact that you cook the spices in olive oil for a minute or two to bring up the aroma, then you flash-cook the shrimp in the spicy oil. Serve with simple steamed rice and a salad for an easy meal.
Delicious recipe from the food network show "Dessert First" with Anne Thornton. Absolutely love this. My friends keep asking me to make these.
This is a nice healthy soup (we used or own homemade chicken broth). Great for those cold days.
A lowfat tasty potato salad.
Delicious mini filled pancakes.
Melt butter and miix ingredients in a bowl. Smear on Chicken. Cook in oven at 375 for 60 mins
This is my favorite kind of naan. I got this recipe from http://www.manjulaskitchen.com
fed-potato-naan/ There is a video that goes with it.
These are delicious and addictive. They are like puffy pieces of french toast.