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By Evelyn Raab

Obtained this and one other even-more-basic cookbook for my teenager granddaughter who may be cooking in Europe. Recipes rang from a few that in basic terms youngsters love and a few that you may serve for your grownup dinner visitors. The textual content and illustrations are certainly geared to the more youthful prepare dinner. uncomplicated techniques are defined, in contrast to so much cookbooks that suppose you know phrases and utensils. it is a strong cookbook for the aim. So why did not I supply it a top-rating? i do not recognize. probably simply because i am in my 70's and located the teenager stuff a bit stressful.

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Pour into a tall glass. Makes 1 serving. 5 dairy. 26 Smoothies & Spritzers Lots-O-Fruit Smoothie 1 medium 1 medium 1 cup 1 cup 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Peach (or 1/2 cup canned sliced peaches in juice or light syrup) Banana, peeled and broken into pieces Yogurt, low- or nonfat, fruit-flavored, strawberry/ blueberry Ice cubes (optional) Peel and slice the fresh peach. Put the sliced peach into blender with banana, yogurt, and ice. Cover blender and blend until smooth, about 3 minutes. Make sure all fruit and ice are completely blended.

4. Place a flour tortilla on a microwave safe plate. Sprinkle with 2 Tbsp reduced-fat shredded cheddar cheese. Microwave 20 seconds on high. Top with chopped tomato or salsa, which you can make yourself or buy. Roll and eat. Makes 1 serving. 25 dairy. Cheese Pita Pizza 1. Spread 2 Tbsp spaghetti sauce on pita bread. 2. Sprinkle with 2 Tbsp shredded mozzarella cheese and 2 tsp parmesan cheese. 3. If you want to, add sliced or chopped vegetables—go for it! 4. Place on microwave safe dish and microwave until cheese is melted.

Mix salsa and sour cream or yogurt together. Serve on the side for dipping the cooked nachos. Makes 2 servings. 5 dairy. ) 1. Spread the salsa on a flour tortilla—you choose how hot you want it to be. 2. Top with shredded cheese and any other topping you like. Put another tortilla on top of the first one. 3. Place the tortilla “sandwich” onto a dry skillet (do not use any butter or oil). Cook over medium heat until the cheese begins to melt. Move it around so it does not stick. 4. Flip the quesadilla over with a pancake turner, and cook the other side for 1 or 2 minutes, until the second side starts to brown and the cheese is completely melted.

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