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Peanut Butter ‘n’ Honey Cookies

This is my favorite quick dessert to make. It is loved by all, especially children. The wonderful part of the recipe is its simplicity. We like to take these cookies when traveling, telling ourselves it is the same as eating a peanut butter and honey sandwich.

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Fruit Sauce

Ingredients:

4 cups diced fresh or frozen fruit (blueberries, blackberries, apricots, peaches, cherries, apples, or pears are good)

12-ounce can frozen concentrated apple or white grape juice

1 cup water

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Holiday Nut Loaf

No vegetarian cookbook would be complete without a good savory meatloaf. Here’s a tried-and-true recipe that you will love. It is a basic recipe that lends itself well to variations. If you live in areas of the world where pecans are rare, use your local nuts.

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Barbecue Tofu

A flavor-filled dish that makes a delicious entrée. Serve with rice or mashed potatoes. The delicately sweet sauce becomes creamy with the addition of peanut butter or dry-roasted peanuts.

16-ounce package extra-firm organic tofu (freeze overnight for more chewy texture)
3/4 cup water

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Pumpkin-Orange-Raisin Bread

My husband is a raisin lover, and when it comes to bread—well, it just isn’t bread if it doesn’t have raisins in it. The orange not only gives a wonderful flavor, but the ascorbic acid in the orange makes a lighter bread. I make it in a Bosch bread machine, but it can be made by hand. This recipe makes six or seven loaves: some to eat, some to freeze, and some to give away!

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Maple Nut Granola

Most granola at the market tastes like oatmeal cookies!
This delicious recipe, without refined fat, will be a real hit if you carefully follow the directions. With experience, it will be oven-ready in 15 minutes.

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Dutch Apple Pie

Do you remember the wonderful smell of an apple pie baking in the oven when you came home from school? This pie also fills the house with the aroma of toasted nuts and coconut – an experience that will make homecoming a top priority to your family. The coconut in this crust makes it light – in both color and texture

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Spinach Dip

This is our version of the time-honored recipe found on a Knorr Onion Dip package.

Ingredients:

1 cup firm organic, water-based tofu or 12-ounce box MoriNu brand tofu

⅓ cup raw cashew nuts (optional), rinsed

1 tablespoon lemon juice

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