Okay, will this smoothie completely satisfy your overwhelming desire for a pint of Ben and Jerry’s? Nope. But if you’re endeavoring to eat healthily, it can definitely help — this smoothie is delicious, fresh, and just sweet enough to curb your cravings. Chia seeds add protein, calcium, and antioxidants.
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Raspberry Yogurt Bundt Cake recipe - The Daily Meal
This cake is perfect for a picnic or when you need to whip up dessert for last minute guests. It's made with ingredients you likely already have on hand, and it's easy to switch out yogurt flavors if you don't have raspberry in the fridge. Serve it with powdered sugar, fresh berries or a dollop of whipped cream (or all three!).This recipe is by Lotte Hershfield of West Hartford, Connecticut, and was originally published in the Hartford Courant.
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The raspberry jam will shine through the linzer cookie shape like Rudolph's nose — perfect for a Christmas Eve sweet. Courtesy of USDairy.com
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The bee pollen lends as earthy, slightly sweet crunch to this fresh citrus smoothie.Click here to see Smoothies for Clearer Skin.Adapted Ndoema's Vitamin B Monster Green Smoothie on TheGlobalGirl.com.
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Ice Cream Float
Make this cocktail in a big batch and serve it to a crowd at your next summer party: All your guests will be begging you for the recipe after they’ve taken their first sip.This recipe is courtesy of Treats and Eats.
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Easy Chocolate Raspberry Cookie Truffles
Experience the classic combination of chocolate and raspberry in these bite-size sweet treats.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Sweet and Spicy Raspberry Chicken Wings recipe - The Daily Meal
This sweet and spicy glaze is delicious over chicken wings, but would also be good with salmon or roasted pork loin. For a less spicy sauce, reduce the amount of hot red pepper sauce by half.This recipe is from Chef Rick Rodgers and was originaly published in the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
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Whole-Wheat Lemon-Raspberry Muffins recipe - The Daily Meal
Back-to-school time is stressful enough. Why not make it easier on yourself by getting in the make-ahead breakfast and lunch routine this year? A little extra prep time on a Saturday or a Sunday means extra coffee time and less-frenzied school mornings. These healthy muffins fit the bill and make an easy breakfast or lunchtime snack.This recipe is adapted from 100 Days of Real Food, a blog written by Lisa Leake, and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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In this champagne gelée, you’ll find champagne solidified with gelatin, ruby-red berries, and pomegranate seeds suspended within along with flecks of edible 23-karat gold leaf; it’s perfect for New Year’s Eve or any time you want a spirited, elegant dessert. For more recipes, visit Bakepedia.com.
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This refreshing summer drink will get you in the mood to salsa! 
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Champagne Cake
Moist layers of Champagne sponge cake are filled with a tangy raspberry frosting, and coated in a delicate vanilla meringue buttercream.This recipe is courtesy of Sprinkle Bakes.
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Cran-Raspberry Irish Soda Bread
In the early 1800s, the Irish typically made due without a lot of the luxuries the rest of Europe enjoyed. One of them was yeast. Being the resourceful type, though, Irish bread makers relied on baking soda as a leavening agent and combined it with flour, buttermilk, and salt to create soda bread in cast-iron pots. With additions like butter, sugar, currants, and seeds, our version is what some traditional Irish folk might call railway cake, but we call it our soda bread with a sweet ending.  
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