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Recipe Reviews 47 reviews
Cranberry Salad I
I thought about cutting the sugar, but I'm really glad I didn't. I also used cool whip, just to save some calories over the whipping cream. Otherwise, I made as is, and it was delicious! Gluten-free step-mother loved it too.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 22, 2015
Turkey and Quinoa Meatloaf
I made this with some hesitancy, but we absolutely loved the final result. I had to make some changes based on what we had on hand. I didn't have garlic or onions, so it was essentially turkey, quinoa, cheese (1/2C (60g) - I wanted some, not a lot) and spices. In addition to the recipe, I added quite a bit of onion and garlic powder, a touch of cumin, used one tablespoon of barbecue sauce in place of the hot pepper sauce, and since I didn't have tomato paste, I used one tablespoon of pasta sauce. I also rubbed a thin layer of barbecue sauce on the outside instead of the rub. I was worried the barbecue sauce (Montgomery Inn) would overwhelm, but it didn't. I also cooked the quinoa in water with a chicken bouillon cube, and the one egg was plenty. Shaped it as suggested, plopped it into the center of a 9x13 dish, and 50 minutes later we had an extremely tasty, yet healthy, meatloaf! Thanks so much for the recipe, the quinoa really makes it!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 22, 2015
Bread Machine Bagels
Wonderful! I did let the dough rise for half an hour after taking it out of the bread machine. Added one tablespoon rosemary to the ingredients, and used olive oil on top instead of egg. No extra water or other changes. Perfect bagels! I think I'm going to try adding blueberries next, it seems like they would work well with this recipe.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 28, 2014

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