Extra-Buttery Snickerdoodles

Jolene’s Mongolian Beef
This is a recipe I adapted from My Recipe’s.com, that I had found to use up some left over cooked steak I had. It is now outside of spaghetti, hubby’s most requested meal. He even wants to cook extra steak just to have leftovers so I can make this! — posted by Meekocu2

Vegan Pecan Sriracha Queso Dip
A fully raw vegan alternative to queso/cheese dip! Beware, it’s an acquired taste! — posted by Anonymous

Mexican Limeade
Limeade — posted by haychica

Chicken Souvlaki With Tzatziki Sauce
Make your own homemade chicken skewers with fluffy pita bread and creamy tzatziki sauce with this easy to follow Greek chicken souvlaki. — posted by Anonymous

No Egg Waffles
Adapted for my food allergic son. These waffles are fluffy but crisp on the outside. Top with syrup or fresh fruit and whipped cream! — posted by amber041290

Quick and Easy Deep Dish Pizza With Pita Crust
I wanted to make a deep dish pizza but wasn’t in the mood to make the homemade dough. I did have large pita pockets on hand that needed used so I searched for a recipe. No luck. I gave it a try and it turned out excellent! A great pizza with a thin crispy crust. — posted by manderson

Holiday Squares
Holiday Squares — posted by Michael

Green Pesto Pasta
Pasta — posted by ksfinch_rn

Goodness Bowl
Salad bowl — posted by ksfinch_rn

Get Glowing Oatmeal
Oatmeal — posted by ksfinch_rn

Berry Blast Smoothie
Smoothie — posted by ksfinch_rn

Smoothie — posted by ksfinch_rn

Egg Salad Lettuce Wrap
Made with fresh garden produce, so tasty! — posted by Myrla21

Smothered Swiss Steak
From a pillsbury cookbook — posted by ~*Kisha*~

Russian Meatballs
While not entirely sure that the recipe is Russian, I can assure you that the recipe is meatballs. Think meat, onions and ketchup. — posted by mgimpelevich

Cauliflower and Broccoli Quick Stir-Fry
This is just a quick and easy vegetable stir-fry dish. — posted by Christopher Z.

Sweet Dry-Rub Baby Back Ribs – 6-QT Electric Pressure Cooker
Tried and True, just a hint of heat. I have adapted my dry rub from from Ribs, Chops, Steaks, & Wings by Ray Lampe, and my electric pressure cooking directions from Gracie Cooks! blog. We found the original rub recipe to have way too much salt, and we reduced the cayenne pepper so toddlers wouldn’t be overwhelmed. I like to keep the ribs out of the bottom liquid as much as possible, and I top it with a fresh BBQ sauce (or Heinz’s Kansas City BBQ sauce was even easier and quite yummy) for finishing off the ribs either in the oven or on the grill. The pressure-cooked unglazed ribs can be frozen – we tend to make as many slabs as our P.C. can hold. Afterwards, strain the liquid, defat, and use as a marinade for a rump roast. Removing the membrane that covers the inner part of the ribs and removing excess fat accounted for most of my prep time. In the Instant Pot, it only took 15 minutes to reach pressure, and 20 for the pressure to come down naturally. (The posted “Cooking Time” is the amount of time at High Pressure (11 psi). I think it is most convenient to cook the ribs ahead and just worry about “finishing” them when you are ready to eat. — posted by KateL

How to Prepare Rice for Frying
This form of cooking the rice will be essential for the next recipe because this recipe work week. — posted by conaceiteysal

Braised Herb Pork Chops
From Taste of Home: This herb-packed entrée is great for entertaining because it goes together quickly and bakes for 2 hours. I changed the recipe slightly, replacing half of the broth with wine. These are fall-apart tender, one dish deliciousness. — posted by Larawithoutau

Whole Wheat Flax & Apple Muffins
Healthy, delicious, high fiber muffin. — posted by kims2cute

Strawberry Banana Smoothie
A refreshing drink for those sweltering, summer days — posted by Ashlee J.

Sheila’s Kale Quinoa Salad
I came up with this recipe last summer due to the overabundance of kale growing in my garden. The vinaigrette is the foundation of this easy salad. You can switch out the cumin for a different spice to change up this salad. You can also change or omit the cheese to make this salad different. You can add in any fruit or vegetable that you need to use up! Use your imagination!!! — posted by fearlessinbroomfield

Roasted Garbanzo Bean Trail Mix
This is a great trail mix recipe as well as a recipe for roasted garbanzo beans. This is the perfect snack! This is not your typical trail mix recipe! — posted by palousebrand

Grilled Ratatouille Tartine
From http://www.tasteloveandnourish.com/2014/06/02/grilled-ratatouille-tartine/ — posted by annafen

Thai Chicken Salad
From http://www.healthyfood.co.nz/recipes/2011/december/thai-chicken-salad — posted by brlidman

Cherry Lazy Cake
Yummy chocolate cherry lazy cake! — posted by Bingemonster

Rosewater Cake
A lovely moist cake flavored with rosewater. It’s easy, delicious, and not too time consuming. I especially enjoyed it served with rosewater ice cream. Perfect for summer or springtime! — posted by Anne S.

J&K Super Spicy Oriental Ramen Noodles
made today are very spicy but amazing noodles — posted by _Tyon _

Tom Ka Tofu
Thai Coconut Lemongrass Soup — posted by Gwen LP

Spicy California Shrimp Stack (WW 6 Pts)
From Skinnytaste.com Servings: 4 • Size: 1 stack • Points+: 6 pt • SMart Points: 5 Calories: 225 • Fat: 11 g • Carb: 23 g • Fiber: 4 g • Protein: 10 g • Sugar: 2 g Sodium: 662 mg • Cholesterol: 73 mg NOTE: Recipe calls for either Furikake OR sesame seeds. Food.com would not recognize Furikake. — posted by Maureen in MA

Bananas Foster Upside Down Bundt Cake
Good stuff. Super simple with the use of a cake mix. — posted by AmyZoe

Gluten Free Dairy Free Almond Poppy Seed Muffins
Simple, quick and satisfying — posted by IrishEyes.NYC

Tom Kha Kai (Chicken Coconut Soup) 2
When my family visited Thailand a few years ago I fell in love with this soup. This is an adaptation from a recipe in the Amazing Tastes of Thailand booklet put out by the Thailand Tourism Authority. — posted by Linky

Girl Scout Stew, Grandma Frances’
Easy, hearty, one pot meal that is ALWAYS a hit. — posted by DriverMama

Father’s Day Tee Time Cocktail
Whether it’s on the rocks or blended into a boozy slushy, dad is sure to love this sip. — posted by Zac Young

Bacon Peanut Caramel Corn
My father is quite the snack monster. He has a (not so) secret drawer where he hides all of his popcorn, pretzels and candy bars. I get my love of sweet and salty treats from him. This bacon peanut caramel corn is a perfect gift for the Dad who has everything. Have fun with packaging, festive cellophane bags, take out containers or gift tins are all good options. — posted by Zac Young

Grown-Up Juice Pouches
I found this recipe on Facebook and had to save it — posted by MJMommy13

AIP Breakfast Tapioca Porridge
Whether you are following an AIP diet, you’re intolerant to grains or you simply want to switch up the taste of your breakfast porridge with a great and creamy texture, this healthy grain free recipe is perfect for you!! This Vanilla-Maca Tapioca Porridge with a Rhubarb & Raspberry Sauce is definitely one of my favorite grain free porridge alternatives. And, as you probably saw on my Facebook andInstagram, I make it very often!!What I love about this recipe is that is suitable pretty for anybody as I worked very hard to make it compliant to basically every allergy in the world, so that even paleo, grain free and AIP eaters can enjoy a breakfast that’s traditionally not allowed. And besides, this porridge recipe takes another step forward: in fact sometimes even those who are already on a very strict AIP diet need to observe the further limitations of FODMAP containing foods, that can exacerbate problems such as IBS (Irritable Bowl Syndrome). Without getting too scientific, FODMAPs (the acronym for “Fermentable, Oligo-, Di-, Mono-saccharides and Polyols”) are short chain carbohydrates rich in fructose molecules which, even in healthy people are only partially absorbed in the small intestine (like bean for example, which create a “gassy” effect pretty much for anybody. *The whole list of FODMAP containing foods is at the end of the post).When this excess fructose enters the large intestine, they feed the beneficial bacteria that are naturally in there provoking their overgrowth and excessive production of gas. The presence of FODMAPs in the large intestine can causes a variety of digestive symptoms such as bloating, gas, cramps, diarrhea, constipation and indigestion. You can read more about the subject on The Paleo Mom, a blog that I absolutely love, filled with tons of info about anything paleo, AIP and FODMAP related. Now back to the AIP Breakfast Porridge Recipe. The ingredients are few and allergy friendly: Tapioca is the starch extracted from cassava, a tropical root that’s considered a staple by over half a billion people in the developing world and that’s the perfect grain free replacement for flour in any paleo baked goods.Vanilla extract and Maca powder allow you to give your dessert and amazing sweetness without using any refined sugar!And lastly, raspberries andrhubarbare the key to creating a delicious middle layer of extra sweetness still keeping the sugar content very low and respecting the FODMAP intolerances. What more do you want?! — posted by littlebitesofbeauty

Kid Friendly Enchilada
a not-spicy, simple to make enchilada casserole; my toddler’s favorite meal. — posted by Chef #420960

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

No Cook Overnight Oatmeal With Chia Seeds
I am always looking for ways to use healthy chia seeds, and having a healthy breakfast waiting and ready when I get up in the morning is also a plus. It could certainly be changed easily to fit your taste. I always add a little vanilla extract and mix the berries with what’s in season. Different spices such as cinnamon or using maple syrup would also be good — posted by Bonnie G #2

Grain & Gluten Free Chocolate Coffee Cookies
Sometimes it would be so nice to just call cookies “cookies”, without specifying whether they contain this particular ingredient or have no traces of a certain allergen. I’d like to just call these my Chocolate Coffee Cookies without adding any further allergy drama, and just enjoy them! Just like when we were kids and cookies were just… cookies! Every once in a while, even I get lost with all the many food labels that echo in today’s food scene: Paleo, AIP, Grain, Gluten Free… It’s easy to get confused. All you want is to eat a damn cookie!Basically, to always know what is what, remember: Paleo is always dairy and grain free but it also excludes legumes, AIP is always paleo but in a more restricted version, that also excluded nuts and seeds (from spices to coffee and chocolate), as well as nightshades, and Grain Free is a stricter gluten free diet (but not as strict as Paleo) that avoids not only grains containing gluten but all grains in general.According to what ingredients upset you, you can find your niche and stay there for a while, seeing if it’s of any relief… And since having our life controlled by food allergies is not really fun, let’s at least find a way to make the experience enjoyable and get the most out of what we CAN eat!Well, today, while sharing the recipe for some amazing Grain & Gluten Free Chocolate Coffee Cookies decorated with a colorful sugar free “sugar glaze”, I take the opportunity to express some of my thoughts of following a certain diet because we need to and it’s good for us or just because it’s trendy. — posted by littlebitesofbeauty

Bob’s Philly Cheesesteak Flatbread Pizza
My twist on a flatbread pizza. Using the cream cheese in pace of a tomato based sauce. — posted by Bob Pope

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