gotten off of greenjelloland.blogspot.com. it's not exactly brianna's, and comes out thinner, but it still tastes pretty good. i think i will try using half coconut oil to thicken it up a bit next time.
after having stuffed peppers a few times i finally just decided i didn't like them. that was until a neighbor brought me some stuffed peppers for dinner one evening while i was ill. i decided to eat them just because i felt too sick to make anything for
this recipe came from my husband's grandmother, and we modified it a little bit to make it gluten and dairy free. as a kid this was my husband's favorite meal, and he used to walk around singing a little song about it "5 spice beef and rice, cha cha cha!
perfect for fall with all of its flavors. my recipe makes brussel sprouts...edible. no offense brussel sprout lovers out there! ;) when making this i used frozen sprouts which i left on the counter for about 1/2 hour to take the freeze off a bit. i'm
from the better homes and gardens red plaid cookbook. the best banana bread out there! i always add some cinnamon sugar on top before baking, which adds a subtle but delicious difference. makes a yummy, crispy top crust! try it... you won't be disappoi
i like this recipe because it is easy to make and works with my nutritarian eating style. you can use frozen chopped broccoli to speed up prep time. any low sodium white bean will work in this recipe.....for each can of low sodium broth, i substitute 2
a kid favorite and a parent's favorite because it is so easy. when you want to go out, make this and the kids won't even know you are gone. i use medium cheddar but you can add different cheeses to this recipe. it was my favorite as a kid. very cheesy and
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