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Patriotic Parfait

Friday, July 1, 2011

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Patriotic Parfait

Parfait, French for “perfect,” is traditionally a French dessert. In the United States it has transitioned into a healthy and filling breakfast or snack, typically made with yogurt, granola and berries. In the spirit of the 4th of July I layered strawberry, vanilla and blueberry yogurts with homemade granola to create a festive red, white and blue breakfast.

BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Being from the Pacific Northwest, I am a novice at Barbecue. To be exact, I have hosted and been to countless BBQs and my family would grill just about anything on the BBQ. But as for Barbecue as it is known in the American South {and other parts of the world} I have been completely in the dark.

The Next Best Thing to Robert Redford

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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The Next Best Thing to Robert Redford

This rich, creamy and chocolaty dessert definitely isn’t for the weak. A little bit of the buttery cookie crust topped with vanilla-chocolate pudding and whipped cream goes a long way.

Turkey Chili Cheese Fries

Thursday, May 12, 2011

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Turkey Chili Cheese Fries

These turkey chili cheese fries are a great way to feed your family veggies and lean protein because the turkey chili is loaded with peppers, tomatoes, ground turkey, beans and more. Plus, by baking the hand-cut French fries, this rendition of chili cheese fries offers a healthier alternative to the standard ballpark dish.

Granola

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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Granola

Many store-bought versions of granola are loaded with excess sugar and other unnecessary preservatives and ingredients. But because granola is so easy to make, there really is no reason not to make it at home so that you can control what is in it. This version of granola is full of fiber and other healthy ingredients.

Ham & Cheese Croissants

Sunday, March 27, 2011

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Ham & Cheese Croissants

In this savory croissant, the ham and cheese are baked inside the buttery pastry dough to make a warm, panini-style sandwich that is great for a main meal or as the side to a soup or salad.

Orange Julius

Sunday, March 6, 2011

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Orange Julius

With all of the cold winter weather we’ve been experiencing I’ve been daydreaming of sunshine and summer. So when Simply Orange Juice contacted me with the offer to send me coupons for a product sampling, it was perfect timing. I had a cold, frothy Orange Julius on my mind.

Green Eggs and Ham

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

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Green Eggs and Ham

I made green eggs and ham again to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday which is tomorrow {March 2}. This time I used spinach juice instead of green food coloring to make the green eggs. The natural dye of the spinach turned the eggs a beautiful green and you won’t even taste the spinach.

Baked Tater Tots

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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Baked Tater Tots

Tater tots are a U.S. invention, known for their crispy exterior and small, cylindrical shape. They are traditionally deep-fried but I wanted to make a healthier version so I opted to bake them. A cross between french fries and hash browns, they are a perfect way to mix up how you serve your family potatoes.

Monkey Bread

Monday, December 13, 2010

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Monkey Bread

This gooey cinnamon pull-apart bread is like a whole pan of the insides of cinnamon rolls. It’s yummy, easy and sure to be a favorite of kids and adults alike.

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