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  1. Homemade Eggnog

    Homemade Eggnog, amazingly delicious, guests will know it came from your kitchen, not the store. Recipe is non-alcoholic family friendly. This cooked version has a silky smooth texture and avoids potential danger from eating raw eggs.

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  2. Mini Veggie Pizzas

    A delicious way to aim for your daily veggie servings! Get creative with different kinds of veggies and bring it all together with the protein and calcium in mozzarella cheese.

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  3. Lemon Berry Crepes

    The recipe for these Lemon Berry Crepes comes from the brand new cookbook (released June 2) Dairy Good Cookbook: Everyday Comfort Food from America’s Dairy Farm Families. Since the cookbook is more than a recipe book, it’s really a glimpse into the life of America’s dairy farm families and where our food comes from, each recipe brings you into a farmer’s world – more than just making the recipe, you get to recreate an experience.

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  4. Green Smoothie

    This smoothie is great for athletes, kids, people on the go and anyone wanting a yummy, nutritious snack or simple meal. A full batch provides about 600 calories, 20 grams of protein and 13 grams of fiber, and it's packed with things we need more of - protein, omegas, and greens.

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  5. Caramel Apple Crunch

    Tasty, crispier, and lighter than more classic apple cobbler or apple crisp. This recipe was inspired by school kids across the country. In October they "crunched" into apples to celebrate local farmers and the delicious foods they provide to schools every day.

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  6. Bread Pudding

    Celebrating pioneer heritage - then and now! Although the recipe is centuries old it is still a trendy tasty dessert today. In days gone by it was a way to use old bread and waste not. Today it transforms from the trendy dessert to breakfast casserole to a flaky tart.

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  7. Classic Chicken Cordon Bleu

    This Classic Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe is perfect for a quick dinner or a family gathering! Made easy by filling the inside of the chicken with ham and swiss cheese then topped with a flavorful crumb coating. It's crunchy, creamy, and delicious!

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  8. Garlic Spaghetti Squash with Herb Brown Butter

    If you have a hard time getting your kids, or husband, to eat their vegetables then try spaghetti squash! The tasty browned butter on squash pairs excellent with herbs, spices and other ingredients. Spaghetti squash is traditionally thought of as a winter dish, but it also makes a light and tasty spring meal.

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  9. Orange Dream Parfait

    Yogurt is packed with protein, calcium (often Vitamin D) and it tastes delicious. Containing less lactose than milk, it's a great option for those who suffer from lactose intolerance. Adding fruit delivers antioxidants, vitamin C and natural sweetness, and topping with a whole grain cereal or granola packs fiber, additional and B-vitamins. A yogurt parfait delivers ALL of the nutrients of concern (calcium, potassium, vitamin D & dietary fiber), which makes them a great addition to lunchrooms across the country.

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  10. Tex-Mex Grilled Cheese

    One of the things I love about being American is the diverse cultural background we have. Growing up a part Dutch, Irish, English, and Cherokee kid living in practically Mexico, I was subject to a lot of different tastes and styles. This Tex-Mex Grilled Cheese was created with many of my favorite flavors and seasonal foods in mind. Served with a mouthwatering Texas Grapefruit Jalapeño Chutney and homemade Jicama Ketchup, this cheesy sandwich is perfect any time of the year!

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  11. Tomato Herb Tart

    What is a "Winter Tart?" Make it in the winter and you'll kick the cold winter blues right out. But this delicious recipe is perfect any time of the year. If you make it in the spring and you'll enjoy it all summer long!

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