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Pumpkin Pull-Aparts (Bread Machine)

by Judith Fertig

Pumpkin Pull-Aparts (Bread Machine)

Makes 9 rollsThese warm golden rolls will be the highlight of a breakfast table, but they’re delicious any time of the day. Plus, they provide a boost of beta carotene and vitamin A!Tips: You could also use cooked and puréed pumpkin, squash or sweet potatoes in place of the canned pumpkin purée. If...

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White Chocolate Snowmen Cupcakes (Babycakes Cupcake Maker)

By Kathy Moore & Roxanne Wyss

 White Chocolate Snowmen CupcakesMakes 32 cupcakes No need to wait until it snows to make these cold-weather guys. Shaved white chocolate gives them the look of freshly fallen snow, and their charming fondant features will warm your heart! Plus, the cupcakes are so good, you’ll be tempted to make th...

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Kids' Favorite Fondue Recipe (Slow Cooker)

by Judith Finlayson

Thanks to my dear friend, Marilyn Linton, writer, editor and volunteer extraordinaire, for this oh-so-easy “fondue.” Creamy and delicious, it is a great hit with adults as well as kids. Give everyone their own fondue fork and serve with thick slices of French baguette, quartered, celery sticks or sl...

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Bombay Turkey (Rice Cooker)

by Chef Katie Chin

Makes 4 servingsI love to serve this dish in the fall, when the combination of crisp apple, squash and yellow peppers seems to match the colors of the season. Enjoy!Tips: To avoid tearing up when you're chopping onions, try refrigerating the onions for 30 minutes first, and don't cut the root off.•...

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Pumpkin Soup with Shrimp and Lime (Slow Cooker)

by Judith Finlayson

Pumpkin Soup with Shrimp and Lime (Slow Cooker)

Serves 6 to 8Although pumpkin is normally associated with Thanksgiving pie, in many other cultures it is used more innovatively as a vegetable or in richly flavored sauces. This soup, which is delicious hot or cold, has its origins in both French provincial and Latin American cuisine. It’s breathtak...

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Juice your way to more fruits and veggies, and a healthier you!

by Pat Crocker

Juice your way to more fruits and veggies, and a healthier you!

 Looking to get healthier? Want to incorporate more fruits and veggies into your diet?Juice it! Green Goddess1 spear broccoli½ cucumber½ green pepper2 sprigs fresh parsley (see Caution)Using a juicer, process broccoli, cucumber, parsley and pepper. Whisk and pour into glass.Caution: Parsley should b...

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Trout with Fresh Tomato Herb Sauce (Microwave Oven)

by Johanna Burkhard

Serves 4Here’s a summery no-fuss cooking technique for trout or salmon or any of your favorite fish, including red snapper or tilapia. Serve with new baby potatoes and green beans. TipUse extra virgin olive oil and vine-ripened tomatoes for maximum flavor.10-cup (2.5 L) shallow rectangular baking di...

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Historic Grains Bread (Bread Machine)

by Donna Washburn, PHEc and Heather Butt, PHEc

Historic Grains Bread (Bread Machine)

Makes 15 slices (1 per serving)This loaf takes our Ancient Grains Bread (page 62) one step further, with five healthy grains represented: sorghum, amaranth, quinoa, flaxseed and millet seeds. TipsTo ensure success, see page 15 for information on using your bread machine and page 18 for general tips...

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Braided Squash Crescent (Bread Machine)

by Donna Washburn, PHEc and Heather Butt, PHEc

Beautiful on the outside, golden on the inside, this bread complements every holiday menu.Makes 1 crescent•    Baking sheet, lightly greased1⁄2 cup     water     125 mL1 cup         mashed cooked squash     250 mL1                 egg                 1⁄4 cup      skim milk powder     50 mL11⁄2 tsp  ...

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Lamb Tagine with Plums and Apricots (Yogurt Maker)

By Pat Crocker

Lamb Tagine with Plums and Apricots (Yogurt Maker)

Serves 4Moroccan and Persian dishes favor fruited meats slowly cooked in clay tagines. The conical shape of the tagine lid keeps the dish very moist and renders the meat very tender. You can intensify the fruit flavor by using Fruit‑Bottom Yogurt. Serve with cooked rice or couscous. •    Preheat ove...

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