sugar-free version of ruth's hemp foods recipe. my husband likes to use as a dip for apple slices. i process the chia seeds first in my coffee grinder - it gives the pudding a smoother texture.
there certainly is no lack of french toast recipes here on 'zaar. lots of variety, and no doubt very delicious. this however is how our family likes it. lower in fat, with no sweetener added. after all, don't most serve with butter and syrup? this ma
very easy, elegant looking dessert. nice finish for a mexican meal. very popular recipe from a former restaurant i worked for. chips can be made ahead, but assembly should be at the last minute. feel free to use other berries or fruit.
an adaptation of heidi swanson's big sur power bars from her cookbook, 101 cookbooks, this is easily changed around to suit your tastes! i love big sur so had to post this! these bars are soft set, prone to falling apart and are fairly sticky and gooey to
this scrumptious-looking recipe just cries out "autumn!" it's from fresh from the vegetarian slow cooker by robin robertson. she says it's "great for a crowd at holiday gatherings when you want the seasonal taste of pumpkin without the fuss of a pie." i c
i'm submitting this, after answering a request for a recipe that is like the canned habitant pea soup made in canada. i got it from an old booklet published years ago by chatelaine magazine, in which all the recipes are suppose to be heirloom canadian rec
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