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Homemade Orange Marmalade Pop Tarts

Homemade Orange Marmalade Pop Tarts by Beth Roan

#2 in the Homemade Pop Tart Party Series... (first one in case you missed it was Apple Pie). I love, love, love orange marmalade and I love the topping for my orange muffins, so I combined the two for this one.

2 votes
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Kumquat Marmalade

Kumquat Marmalade by Meera Nalavadi

Simple marmalade to make. This recipe is not to sweet,so keep it refrigrated. The amount of sugar can be increased if you like your marmalade sweeter. This recipe is more of a fruit preserve. I added a few drops of orange blossom water to elevate the citrus, floral scent. Its completely optional.

1 vote
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Green Juice

Green Juice by Enda Love

Citrus fruit like lemons, oranges, grapefruit and pummelos contain fat-burning enzymes that promote digestion while enhancing the flavour of other ingredients. In addition, they are rich in vitamin C which speeds up the metabolism and eliminates toxins from the body. Try this nutritious recipe featuring citrus to get your daily dose…

1 vote
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Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bread

Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Bread by Beth Roan

The moistest bread I've ever had. Love the lemon and blueberry combination.

1 vote
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Brandied Citrus Marmalade (Sangria-style)

Brandied Citrus Marmalade (Sangria-style) by william ruiz

This is a recipe I came up with to do something uniquely different. The pieces of fruit are al dente and it's a nice textural change. It is also more along the lines of the traditional marmalade of old, in the fact that you do get some bitterness from the peels. Over all I was happy with it as I believe you too will be pleasantly…

1 vote
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Quinoa Grapefruit Blueberry Breakfast

Quinoa Grapefruit Blueberry Breakfast by Enda Love

“Florida grapefruit reaches its best taste during the heart of winter, making it a great source of fresh, nutrient-rich fruit at a time when many others are not available,” says Emily Richards, Home Economist. “I like to add Florida grapefruit and its juice to salads, savoury dishes and snacks.”

1 vote
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