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Easy No-bake Cheesecakes

Easy No-bake Cheesecakes Ingredients 2 ½ cups / 500 grams soft white cream cheese (the Gveena l’vana 5% for Israel) 1 cup sour cream (for Israel, use one container Shamenet) 1 cup sugar ¼ cup powdered vanilla pudding ; this is about a half container of one of those boxes of powdered pudding mixes 1…

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Fruited Spinach Salad

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Fruited Spinach Salad This is so colorful and healthy! Serves 6–8 Ingredients 8 romaine lettuce leaves 2 lbs. / 1 kilo / an entire box of fresh spinach, washed and spun dry 1 can mandarin oranges 3 large green apples, chopped 1/2 cup craisins 1 cup fresh pomegranate seeds 3 kiwis, sliced into circles Method…

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Peanut Butter Crunch Ice Cream

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Peanut Butter Crunch Ice Cream Ingredients Crunch 300 grams OR 10 oz. semi-sweet chocolate ½ cup peanut butter Melt these two items together. While it is still warm, stir in 1 and 1/2 cups cornflakes or rice krispies. Mix this well. Ice Cream Base 6 eggs, separated 1 cup sugar 2 packets of vanilla sugar…

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Blended Fruit Soup

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Blended Fruit Soup A delightful summertime treat that I specifically save it for seudas shelishis (the third meal of Shabbos afternoon) serves 8 to 10 My neighbor Esther shared this with me. It is a variation on an otherwise typical fruit soup, and it is such a delightful summertime treat that I specifically save it…

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Soft Fruit- What to Do with It All? Part 2 Fruit Muffins

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Soft Fruit- What to Do with It All? This is part 2 of a two-part series. Find part 1 here. I bought such beautiful fruits, but a good portion of them became too soft to enjoy before we could finish eating them. I am loathe to throw them out; however, there is not enough for…

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Soft Fruit- What to Do with It All? Part 1 Icy Fruit

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Soft Fruit- What to Do with It All? This is part 1 of a two-part series. Find part 2 here. I bought such beautiful fruits, but a good portion of them became too soft to enjoy before we could finish eating them. I am loathe to throw them out; however, there is not enough for…

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Applesauce Cranberry Ices

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Applesauce Cranberry Ices So refreshing at the end of a seuda… Ingredients 1 ½ – 2 cups applesauce 2 cans cranberry sauce (the one without the whole berries) 1 cup Sprite soda 1 cup orange juice Optional (I did not use it): 1-2 Tablespoons fruit flavored liqueur Method Mix this up by hand in a…

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Flax ‘n Fruit Milkshakes

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Flax ‘n Fruit Milkshakes The best way to prepare for these, is to keep a constant stock in your freezer of frozen bananas, strawberries, and other fresh fruit. When strawberries go on sales, I buy lots of them and then wash and freeze them. They keep for literally months this way, and then when I…

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    I bought two of your challah cookbooks and I gave one to my daughter. Well, here is a picture of my twin grandchildren reaching for the bread we baked. They kept trying to grab the bread and saying "hot" as we snapped pictures! They will be 2 years old in September. Enjoy the photos.