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Florentine Sandwich

Jennifer Williams

Florentine Sandwich

 Florentine Sandwich (vegetarian)page 33, 150 Best Breakfast Sandwich Maker Recipes by Jennifer WilliamsSimple, elegant and low-calorie, this spinach and egg creation with a light mustard-yogurt spread will delight your taste buds.PREP time: 2 minutes Preheat breakfast sandwich maker 1 tbsp   plain...

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Creamy Chicken Artichoke Casserole

By Donna-Marie Pye

Creamy Chicken Artichoke Casserole

Creamy Chicken Artichoke Casserolepage 106, Easy Everyday Slow Cooker Recipes by Donna-Marie PyeMakes 6 servingsI love recipes that let me use some ready-made ingredients to make a simple, tasty dish. The crushed salad croutons on the casserole give it a crunchy topping. Serve with rice and a crisp...

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Fudge Ice Pops

By Andrew Chase

Fudge Ice Pops

 Fudge Ice Pops, page 94, 200 Best Ice Pops Recipes by Andrew ChaseMakes about 3 cups (750 mL)9 to 12 ice pops These ice pops are rich and chocolate-fudgy, definitely a step up from the commercial treat, but they still retain the youthful spirit of a fun indulgenceTip: Tapioca flour is often called...

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Mug Granola (gluten-free friendly)

By Camilla Saulsbury

Mug Granola (gluten-free friendly)

 Mug Granola"You can buy a tiny pouch of granola for an exorbitant price, or you can make a single serving any time, any way you like it, for a few cents at home. You can tweak this basic recipe with whatever nuts, seeds or dried fruit suit your fancy. It’s pretty forgiving, so adjust the sweetener...

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Pomegranate Berry Ice Pops

By Andrew Chase

Pomegranate Berry Ice Pops

Makes about 3 cups (750 mL)9 to 12 ice popsPomegranate juice makes a wonderful base for strong-flavored berries such as wild blueberries or raspberries. The result is an intensely fruity, pleasantly tart and undoubtedly healthy ice pop. Andrew Chase, author of 200 Best Ice Pop Recipes, says you can...

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French Toast in a Mug

By Camilla Saulsbury

French Toast in a Mug

'I’m a firm believer that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, not just for the usual reasons, but also simply because the offerings ? from bacon to cheesy eggs to cinnamon rolls ? are so scrumptious. French toast proves my point. With the help of a mug and the microwave, it’s now an any...

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Grilled Pears with Gorgonzola and Drizzled Honey

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Grilled Pears with Gorgonzola and Drizzled Honey

Grilled Pears with Gorgonzola and Drizzled HoneyCourtesy of 300 Big & Bold Barbeque & Grilling Recipes by Karen Adler & Judith Fertig Ripe, fresh pears and pungent blue cheese make a delicious combination. Grilled, they’re spectacular. Serve as a salad over dressed greens, as part of a c...

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Spinach, Chickpea and Feta Pasta

By Camilla Saulsbury

Spinach, Chickpea and Feta Pasta

Spinach, Chickpea and Feta Pasta, page 224, from Camilla Saulsbury's 250 Best Meals in a MugThe salty, creamy, slightly briny flavor of feta adds an assertive edge to this Greek-inspired pasta, though milder cheeses (such as shredded Monterey Jack or Swiss) are also fine.16-oz (500 mL) mug 1 cup   ...

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Espresso Chocolate Cake (Pressure Cooker)

By Cinda Chavich

Espresso Chocolate Cake (Pressure Cooker)

 Perfect for Passover (it's flourless):Espresso Chocolate Cakefrom 225 Best Pressure Cooker Recipes by Cinda Chavich, page 268This is a dense, flourless cake — like a big adult-style brownie, with a shot of coffee to boost the dark chocolate flavor. Serve it with a dollop of sweetened whipped cream...

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Wine-Braised Veal with Rosemary

by Judith Finlayson

Wine-Braised Veal with Rosemary

 Wine-Braised Veal with Rosemary, page 160, Veal, EntertainingServes 6 This is a delicious Italian-inspired stew that is both simple and elegant. Accompany with steamed broccoli or rapini. •           Medium to large (31?2 to 5 quart) slow cooker 1 tbsp clarified butter, beef tallow or lard (approx....

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