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Recipes from Our Members. Tips from Recyclebank.

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Download member recipes for great meal ideas! We've added in a few green tips so you can make each dish a little bit greener.

Recyclebank members sent in more than 5,000 of their favorite, homemade treats—what a sweet surprise! Now you can skip the waste from pre-packaged goodies and make something your fellow Recyclebankers love. 

We've taken our member favorites and added a few tips to help add some green (without any artificial food coloring). Come back every day for a new recipe!

Let us know what your favorites are and how you would green-up the recipes.

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  • Elaine F. 6 years ago
    Good recipes.
  • Dianne S. 7 years ago
    I get three meals from one pound of meat for two people. The first night I may fix stuffed bell peppers (which we grew and froze) adding 1/4 c gluten free oats and 1/2 c cooked brown rice--all organic to the ground beef /meat mixture, which includes 1 egg, chopped onion celery and onion and maybe a small, hotter pepper, minced carrots, squash, or whatever is on hand, organic tomato sauce, fresh herbs from the garden, cook and serve on a bed of rice, and organic cauliflower, broccoli and any other vegetable growing or frozen.
    Second night, I brown the rest of the beef, divide in two portions, add 1 cup medium salsa,herbs and spices to taste, partially bake a pan of cornbread, put hot meat mixture on top, cover with cheese, and finish baking. Serve with avocado and green salad. Third night, I use the remaining meat as a base for soup with lots of vegetables and some kind of beans. Often, we get another meal from the cornbread and soup ( or freeze for another week. I try to be creative and have a nice presentation. We eat organic chicken and wild-caught salmon. The prices encourage thrift, but so much healthier for us and the planet.
  • Michelle W. 7 years ago
    Wow, I can't wait to try these recipes. Thank you members and Recyclebank,.
  • johnny s. 7 years ago
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