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Delicious muffins that are great to take to a potluck or have in the house for breakfast. The hard part is eating just a few, so make sure you have other people around! This is slightly modified from thepioneerwomancooks.com (no brown sugar/OJ glaze and plus cranberries).
This is a family favorite cold weather meal. It's filling and warms up the kitchen. I didn't add salt to the base so you can add your own (I usually use kosher salt to taste for the base). Feel free to spice the broth as you like with more or less spice or additional spices like white pepper, cayenne, rosemary, whatever you like. Sometimes I make it with vegetable broth for some variation (or that's all I have on hand). It's very forgiving and you can prep everything while the chicken is boiling.
It can easily be scaled down to 1/3, adjusting spices as you see fit. I always make a lot so we can have it for a few days after and/or take it to work for lunch and my boys eat a *lot*. Makes about 16 large (16oz-ish) servings.
Coconut milk, chicken, and yellow curry make this dish flavorful. Serve over rice with boiled potatoes. Can be as spicy or as mild as you'd like depending on what level of curry used.
Throw all the ingredients in the crockpot before work and come home to delicious comfort food. Serve over No Yolks egg noodles or rice.
Surprisingly moist and delicious use of that bag of apples you have laying around every Fall! I haven't tried using all applesauce instead of the oil, but that could work though bake time/temp may need adjusting.
This cake begs to have fat free caramel drizzled over top, or whipped cream, or anything really. The original recipes calls for a cooked butter/sugar/cream mixtured spooned over top, but it's frighteningly calorie-laden.
Soft, chewy, rich and chocolatey cookies with cranberries. One cookie is enough to satisfy the toughest chocolate craving.