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7 Yummy Recipes to Keep You Warm

Here are 7 recipes from the RocketSquids that will keep your belly warm and your face smiling this holiday season.

Chickpea a la King

1. Chickpea a la King

When I was in college, I took a vegan cooking class. It was one of the best skills I ever acquired. My family loves this recipe. My six- year- old son fell out of love with it for the last year. Recently, I made it again and just set it in front of him. He…

Homemade Hot Cocoa Recipe

2. Homemade Hot Cocoa Recipe

There is something special about homemade hot cocoa. It is very simple to make and you will know exactly what is inside, no hidden ingredients. Making your own hot cocoa allows you to add a special touch. Stir in a Christmas Candy Cane or some peppermints…

Homemade Granola

3. Homemade Granola

I got this recipe in 1997, from Janet Evert, one of my college instructors, who runs Young Disciple Magazine. It was included in her cookbook, which she gave to me as a college graduation present. I have used many of the recipes in this book since then, in…

Parsnip and Garbanzo Bean Curry

4. Parsnip and Garbanzo Bean Curry

This parsnip and garbanzo bean curry started out life as a recipe for chili, but after trying it we decided to make some changes. One of our favorite homemade soups is curried parsnip so we already knew how well the sweetness of the parsnips blended with t…

Belgian Chocolate Praline Seashells

5. Belgian Chocolate Praline Seashells

Make your own Belgian Seashell Chocolates. Considering how impressive these chocolate candies turn out, they are actually quite simple to make in comparison. Great to have on hand for guests, or as a sweet treat after dinner, these candies are a satisfying…

Caprese Style Bruschetta           (mozzarella, tomato, and basil appetizers)

6. Caprese Style Bruschetta (mozzarella, tomato, and basil appetizers)

With a few simple ingredients you can make a simple recipe that is flavorful, full of fresh ingredients and truly a satisfying snack. This recipe is so easy, it is a great go- to appetizer especially for those guests who drop by unannounced. For me, I make…

Traditional Dutch Pea and Ham Soup

7. Traditional Dutch Pea and Ham Soup

This is our family’s traditional Dutch Pea and Ham Soup. Also known as ‘ Snert ‘ in Dutch. Normally made during the winter months, but I love it, and will eat it anytime.

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/susan-zutautas susan-zutautas

    All of these look delicious!

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/ruthi Ruthi aka abitosunshine

    Good job on these yummy lenses, RocketSquids! I visited them all and found a couple I will really be trying out in my own kitchen! Thank you!

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/aredey aredey

    Maybe something is good medicine tastes bitter, these things look less good, but very useful.

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/Aladdins-Cave Aladdins-Cave

    Wow. My Pea Soup is here. Thank you team.
    Cheers from DOWNUNDER

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/PadmashriSriram PadmashriSriram

    Wow! Looks yummy and appealing..

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/delhicoursesdotin delhicoursesdotin

    great job these all are looking yummy …..

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/seahorse60 seahorse60

    Thanks for including my Parsnip and Garbanzo bean curry!

  • http://www.squidoo.com/lensmasters/getmoreinfo getmoreinfo

    That bean curry soup looks really good.

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