• Posted on How to Cook Spaghetti Squash

    Cut the spaghetti squash down the middle, lengthwise. Remove the seeds and bake face down on a lightly greased baking sheet and bake on 350′ for 40 minutes until very …

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  • Posted on Quinoa Meatballs

    This is a great recipe for Meatless Monday! I also included it in the Passover section since many people eat Quinoa on the holiday. Please note, that not everyone eats …

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  • Posted on Chocolate Peanut Butter Hamantaschen

    Ingredients: 2 cups of flour 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 cup of white sugar 1 tsp. baking powder 2 sticks of room temp margarine 1 egg 1/2 cup of cocoa …

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  • Posted on Taco Hamantaschen

    These came about by accident, as I had leftover taco meat from dinner and decided to use them along with some ravioli dough that I had in the freezer. I …

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  • Posted on Poached Pears

    This is my sister Tova’s recipe. I spent the weekend at her place and it’s no surprise that I walked away with a tasty new recipe from her. It’s a …

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  • Posted on Royal Hamantaschen {Guest Post}

    I like to call these beautiful hamentashen…Royal hamentashen! Not only did I make royal icing to decorate the tashen with, but it IS Purim time after all and Queen Esther …

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  • Posted on Mediterranean Hamantaschen

    Caramelized onions, tomato, basil and goat cheese make these the perfect appetizer to serve this holiday. I had to resist eating all of them long enough to take the photo! …

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  • Posted on Chocolate Raspberry Hamantaschen

    These chocolate and raspberry filled pastries are decadent! The first time I baked them, the raspberry juices leaking out during the baking process leaving them to resemble bleeding hearts. (Which …

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  • Posted on Cinnamon Zucchini Cake

    This Cake is amazing. It’s moist and fluffy with a rich cinnamon flavor that almost makes you forget there are actual zucchini’s shredded in here! My toddler is crazy about …

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