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Flax Seed for Your Family

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers Here are few quick tips for adding more flax seed into your family meals. If you have never purchased flax seed, it is located in the baking section of most supermarkets. It is available as whole seeds or ground. Whole seeds can be ground using a blender or a coffee grinder. It is recommended that flax seed be eaten finely ground for maximum nutritional benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. » Read more

Easy Summer Macaroni Salad Recipes

by Rachel Paxton Macaroni salads are always a big hit at summer barbecues. These recipes are easy to prepare and you can make them ahead of time. They taste better if you let them sit in the refrigerator and let the pasta absorb the flavors of the other ingredients. Surprise your loved ones with one of these delicious pasta creations at your next summer family get together. » Read more

Easy Spaghetti Recipes

Spaghetti has always been a favorite family meal. My teenage daughter will eat leftover spaghetti for breakfast, lunch, and as a mid-afternoon snack. Not everyone loves spaghetti so much that they will go to that extreme, however, and the same meals can getting boring after awhile. Here are some ways to jazz up this old favorite: » Read more

Easy Pumpkin Pie Recipes

A heavenly slice of flavorful pumpkin pie and delish whipped cream is the perfect way to complete any holiday meal. Here are 3 pumpkin pie recipes that are fun, easy and incredibly tasty! » Read more

Easy Apple Pie Recipes

A traditional meal isn’t complete until you’ve had a slice of some fresh baked apple pie. Here are several easy apple pie recipes to serve your holiday guests this season. » Read more

Cookin’ Couscous

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers Couscous has been popular among many different cultures, one of the first written recipes for couscous is found in a 13th century Hispano-Muslim cookbook, which references the recipe as "known all over the world.” Many people think of couscous as Middle Eastern or Mediterranean in origin, but it is really from Western Africa where details of cooking and making couscous date back to the 10th century. Today, couscous remains a staple in Moroccan, Tunisian, and Algerian cuisine. » Read more

Chinese Chicken Crock Pot Recipes

By Natalie Schloesser www.natalies-recipes.com With just 10-15 minutes in the morning, these recipes will give you a delicious healthy Chinese meal with little preparation right before dinner; just cook some instant rice, spoon and serve » Read more

Cajun Fish

By Elizabeth Yarnell www.gloriousonepotmeals.com Servings 2 » Read more

Brownie Recipe for Chocolate Lovers

By Virginia Van Vynckt MakeGreatCookies.com This is an easy brownie recipe you are sure to make again and again. These brownies are very rich and chocolatey and not too sweet. They are bound to win any chocoholic’s heart. » Read more

5 Tips for Eating Your Way Through A Healthy New Year

By Elizabeth Yarnell www.gloriousonepotmeals.com January is always a good month to consider changes, and if one of your resolutions is to eat healthier and/or lose weight then you’re like millions of other Americans with the same goals. The hard part is actually following through. » Read more