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Recipes I've Shared:

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Because I regularly use oatmeal instead of flour.

Raspberry/Banana Smoothie

Protein Smoothie because everything is going to suck for the next week

Oatmeal Brownie Bars

not healthy, just tasty

Cookies & Mint Cookies


Literally, The Best Bread Recipe

From Literally, Darling's Kate

Im sharing this recipe with you because I love you. It is probably my most valuable possession, because the promise of quick, fresh bread keeps people coming back to my house to keep me company. There are a lot of quick, no-rise bread recipes out there, and Ive certainly tried a few. But this is, hands down, the best of the best. Its easy, versatile, and most importantly quick. You just need six ingredients, some water, and an oven, and youre set.

I stumbled across this recipe last year, during a frantic Google search. Hanna of Crafty Kin published the recipe in October 2008, and you can find her original post here. Ive made some modifications to the basic recipe, and I have a whole slew of suggestions for customizing your bread, but the original credit is totally owed to her!

Morning smoothie snack

because I want to try drinking a snack

Orange-based turkey stuffing (to go with my orange-stuffed turkey!)

Slightly edited Orange Stuffing Recipe!


Indian-spice roasted chickpeas

Inspired by

Venison Pasties

Cornish Pasties are traditional meat pies you find mostly in the UK. Using game meats really works well, but so does lamb, beef, pork, really anything! Stew in a delicious pocket!

Very Good (2 ratings)
Lebanese Meat Pie/Pizza

Flatbreat (Man'ooshe) recipe from:

These meat pies can also be made with ground Lamb instead of beef :)

Meat recipe from:

Gluten-Free Vegan Ginger-Peach Muffins

Making these for a bake sale with the intent to include my celiac and vegan co-workers. The flax-seed meal replaces eggs and almond milk replaces milk.

Lulu Sea Salt & Caramel Bars

Recipe & notes from:

Kate was the perfect person to take on the task of inventing our very own recipe for Seawheeze Bars.

the requirements were:
the bars had to be easy and quick to make
they had to be nutritious and good for post-run recovery
they had to be delicious

Kate tinkered in her test kitchen and came up with this vegan, gluten-free recipe that you can make as a recovery treat after your next long run for SeaWheeze training.