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My mom makes this using whatever leftover veggies she has in her fridge, so it's always different! I like peas, tomatoes, carrots, mushrooms, broccoli...the possibilities are endless!
Our company made us green smoothies today! This was wonderful, and I couldn't wait to put the recipe into my box!
We had this amazing dish at a seafood restaurant in our favorite beach town, and had to try it at home. Here's our version - it was way yummy. (I'm not trying to steal anyone's recipe or take credit for it - I just need the calculations for it) For the real version, check out Go Fish in Rehobeth Beach, DE. They're fabulous!
So good...there are no words.
What these are called depends on where you live. To my family, they were golumpkies, but I've also heard them called halupkies, blind pigeons, and stuffed cabbage.
When I couldn't find a recipe I wanted, I decided to create one!
Yummy smoothie! Odd mix of ingredients but it's pretty awesome and apparently a nutritional powerhouse!
These delicious little fruit pies were a random thought that kept me awake until I wrote down the recipe! They can be done with homemade pie filling as well, or even your favorite berries! Yum!
This is our family's chili. Yes, there are lots of chili recipes. This is ours!
This recipe is created by Faith Horan, from Richard Simmons Cookin' On Broadway cookbook, adapted to what I had at home!
This was a recipe for Oatmeal Bars that didn't work! It makes a yummy, healthy granola instead!
These amazing frozen treats taste creamy & indulgent without the huge calorie/fat/sugar kick!
This is a slightly healthier version of Giada's salad, with some protein in there!
This is a recipe borrowed from Red Robin!
This quiche is loaded with fresh veggies! Baked in mini loaf pans or cupcake tins, they get done in record time. They freeze beautifully for a quick breakfast on the go.
These amazing muffins really are blue!