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Broccoli Garlic Angel Hair Pasta

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2014
Made this with Spaghetti Squash instead of pasta and it was amazing.
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Slow Cooker Tapioca Pudding

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2013
I do not usually comment on recipes but I absolutely had to for this one. I have recently become obsessed with tapioca pudding and I have always been obsessed with my slow cooker. I tried both Minute Tapioca using the recipe on the box (came out watery) and then switched to trying Bob's Red Mill small pearl tapioca (recipe given on that bag was very laborious and not worth the effort - also came out watery). I was wondering how to get the thick, creamy tapioca pudding I saw everywhere! Finally I decided to see if I could make it in the slow cooker, which brings me to this recipe. It is PERFECT!!!!!! Here is exactly how I did this recipe which resulted in perfection: 3.5 cups of almond milk, .5 cup of heavy cream, .5 cup of sugar plus 2 packets of stevia, 1/2 cup Bob's Red Mill small pearl tapioca, 2 eggs, 1tsp vanilla. I dumped the sugar/stevia and tapioca into the crock pot. In a bowl I beat the eggs for about a minute and then added the liquids in and whisked those together for 30 seconds. I then add the liquid mixture to the crock pot and whisked that all together for about a minute. I then put on high and gave it a stir, scraping down the sides every 30 minutes. 2 hours in it had thickened up substantially and before 2.5 hours had passed it was incredibly thick and creamy. I then added the vanilla, stirred, and put in the fridge to cool overnight. I am now eating it for breakfast and I can't imagine how it could be more perfect. I will never ever use another recipe again!
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BBQ Chili Pasta

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2011
I love this. I have been trying to find ways to stretch my grocery budget by mixing pasta or rice with meat and veggies in a big goulash-type way. This is exactly the type of recipe I've wanted. My husband loves saucy things and I love pasta, but neither of us prefers the other. So this was a perfect balance. I didn't have green peppers or enough tomato sauce, so I pureed a can of stewed mexican style tomatoes (which contains peppers) instead. I also added kidney beans. Everything worked out great and it tastes super yummy :) I also doubled the recipe cause I had a feeling we would love it. I'm glad I did!
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Best Brownies

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2011
I did not care for this.
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Baked Tofu Bites

Reviewed: Apr. 18, 2011
I eat mostly vegetarian, but unless I have deep-fried my tofu, I have found it almost intolerable. This recipe, however, made me want more! It came out with a very meaty texture and not soft, wet and mushy. The longer you can drain it, the better. I did maybe 10-15 minutes, which meant I had to leave it in the oven longer to dry it out more and give it a better texture. I had it over white rice with soy sauce, red pepper flakes, pineapple chunks and scallions and it was excellent!
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