Extra-Buttery Snickerdoodles

Strawberry Pina Colada Smoothie
Cold, refreshing, tasty, good, it tastes a little tropical but is easy to throw together with stuff I usually have on hand. These come out to about 180 calories per serving when using the Light & Fit Greek Yogurt. One 20oz can of pineapple chunks and 1 13oz can of coconut milk was enough to make two batches. — posted by EasyFamilyPleasers

Lean Chorizo
I like the heat that the heavy chipotle use brings, but please feel free to remove the seeds or use fewer peppers if you want. My recipe checks in at 61 calories an ounce, compared to 129 calories an ounce for professionally-made chorizo. And, it tastes amazing! — posted by The Late Night Gourmet

Mama R’s Bolognese Sauce
From my girlfriend’s mom’s recipe box. MMM. This simple recipe makes a LOT; I freeze half as soon as it cools! — posted by mrjewell

Squash With Chili Yoghurt Sauce
from Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” – Sweet chili sauce has been making its way into dressings and dipping sauces for a while, but the rise in demand for hot, savory Sriracha sauce — originating in eastern Thailand and made from sun-ripened chili peppers and garlic, ground into a smooth paste — points to an increasing desire for the hot stuff. Mixing Sriracha with Greek yogurt and drizzling it over a dish like this is a fast-track way to reach a sweet-sharp depth of flavor. The fresh herb paste brings in another layer of freshness, along with a visual “wow.” — posted by h.orlando

Alphonso Mango and Curried Chickpea Salad
from Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” — posted by h.orlando

Pink Grapefruit and Sumac Salad
from Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” — posted by h.orlando

"Fava" – Split Pea Hummus
from Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” — posted by h.orlando

Roasted Cauliflower, Cheddar, and Grape Salad
from Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” – — posted by h.orlando

Tomato and Almond Tart
From Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” – A savoury take on the classic French fruit and frangipane tart. Just as in the sweet version, the almond paste soaks up the juice of the fruit (tomato is a fruit, after all), and in so doing creates the most luscious layer of rich, nutty sweetness. — posted by h.orlando

Spicy Scrambled Eggs
from Yotam Ottolenghi’s “Plenty More” — posted by h.orlando

Montgomery Inn Baked Beans
Great baked bean recipe featuring Montgomery Inn BBQ Sauce a local Ohio favorite. — posted by Chef #889087

Mexican Chicken Soup
This soup has been in the family for years! It is a crowd pleaser and tastes even better the next day. — posted by Ben Franklin

Best Baked Beans
Easy to make delicious baked beans — posted by Michael D.

Individual Chocolate Espresso Souffles
Coffee time – May 14, 2016. Recipe courtesy of Jennifer and Scott Gordon. Source: Tasterschoice.com. These decadent but delicate Chocolate Espresso Souffles have a slightly creamy center, a hint of coffee flavour and they are easy to make! — posted by Simply Gourmet

Mango-Matcha Chia Seed “Pudding”
This pudding is a super tasty and SUPER healthy treat that can eaten as a light breakfast or filling snack! — posted by hanna

Chocolate Chip Scones
This adapts my blueberry scone recipe to use chocolate chips instead. I also decided to make them smaller, so there are more scones. — posted by The Late Night Gourmet

Honey Roasted Rhubarb Compote
A warm, healing food for sick days packed with vitamin C and the health benefits of local honey. — posted by YummySmellsca

Graham-Like Crackers
Gluten free and (almost) vegan, these crisp cookies are made with a rich-tasting blend of whole grain flours and ground flax for extra nuttiness. Sweetened with decadent honey and molasses, they’re delicious on their own, in s’mores(!) and absolutely perfect for making crumbs! — posted by YummySmellsca

Big Batch Bran Muffins
Moist, healthy and delicious bran muffins – makes a HUGE batch of batter perfect for customizing and baking for the office, or freezing for fresh-baked taste anytime! — posted byYummySmellsca

Grilled Cheese With Swiss, Mozzarella, Cream Cheese Green Onion
Well this is just so simple and good when u want a pickle and cheese. — posted by vickytinnin

Slow Cooker Pepper Steak
This is a super easy and delicious recipe. Serve over hot cooked rice, with a tossed green salad, for a complete meal. — posted by Chef Debi57

Collard Greens Southern-Style
Crispy bacon, sautéed onion, and garlic make a fine pot of silky, tender, and flavorful Southern-Style Collard Greens. — posted by Laka

Black Bean and Quinoa Tostadas
I was searching for some vegetarian taco recipes, and found something similar to this. It was very tex-mex though, so I took inspiration from Rick Bayless’s book Authentic Mexican (that book is amazing, it is my culinary bible), and put together this recipe. I’m not a vegetarian myself, and sometimes vegetarian meals feel like they’re missing something to me. Not this though, the way the flavours and textures of everything come together are very satisfying. It’s also relatively easy to put together, the hard part is finding the time to cook the beans and slice the vegetables. For an easier version, use tinned black beans, and substitute the tomatoes, onions, garlic, and serannos with a jar of Herdez salsa. Just be careful when you fry the salsa though, the liquid tends to spatter. — posted by Space Burger Steve

Crawfish Au Gratin
May, also, be served as the perfect topping over a sautéed filet of fish. A John Folse recipe. — posted by gailanng

Slow-Cooker Sticky Thai Meatballs
From Serious Eats: The key to these slow-cooker Thai-style chicken meatballs is to understand that the sauce gets better as it slowly cooks, but the meatballs don’t. To fix that, we first cook the sticky sauce, packed with aromatics like lemongrass, ginger, and chilies, then add the flavorful meatballs right at the end just to cook them through. Crushed peanuts, scallion, and fresh lime juice finish it off for added texture, fresh flavor, and bright balance. See the process here: http://www.seriouseats.com/2016/01/how-to-make-slow-cooker-thai-chicken-meatballs.html — posted by gailanng

Low Fat Ranch Chicken Breasts
Quick and easy weeknight chicken breast recipe — posted by DebS #2

Herb-Crushed Pasta
From the Food52 website. With my herbs coming into their own right now, this is a recipe I want to save! Chef Posie Harwood suggests using a minimum of five herbs – if you substitute, keep in mind how strong the herb is in determining the quantity to use. — posted by duonyte

Easy Orange Paleo Muffins
I got up one morning with a huge muffin craving. I wanted something that tasted like orange and that was grain free as well. I quickly created the recipe for these Paleo Orange Muffins that’s so easy and quick to make that, by the time you are ready to start your day, your paleo breakfast will be ready for you! Warm and delicious like you just walked into an artisanal bakery! …Or at least that’s what I often feel for breakfast after being born and raised in Italy, where breakfast happens with pastries and croissants! You know me, I love baking. And, most of the times, I opt for crunchy biscotti or delicious pie crusts. I love them!! When I’m pressed for time and don’t feel having too much fat, I go for stuff that has to rise, like a quick Apple Cake or some easy muffins just like these.In fact, while we need to add a decent amount of fat (like coconut oil or butter) to our dough if we want the cookies to be friable and melt in our mouth, batters can come out perfect even with very little fat. And let’s be honest, pouring batter in a muffin mold couldn’t be easier and it takes about 30 seconds. Rolling down a dough several times and shaping cookies until there’s any leftover can be quite time consuming… so you really need to be in the mood for that! — posted by littlebitesofbeauty

Nutella Ice Cream
An amazing blend of all time favourite Nutella and creamy goodness of ice cream. — posted by Fletcher001

Lunch Salad
Our standard lunch salad- note- the butter on the ingredients list represents the baste on the grilled chicken. — posted by StL Abby

Taco Seasoning
Taco Meat — posted by Ross W.

Strawberry Ice Cream
Adapted from Jamie Deen’s superb recipe, using half-and-half and a touch more of the vanilla and strawberries. — posted by The Late Night Gourmet

Anthony’s Fish Grotto Dressing
Dressing used on their Salad and Coleslaw. I found it on a recipe copycat site, it’s close, but not exact. — posted by escripps

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