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    This is a quick and easy meal my family loves! Never any leftovers! This recipe can easily be doubled.

    Recipe #42160

    A frozen pie shell can be a great thing to have around, especially if there's little time to get dinner and you want something done quickly and done well. This is one of those recipes. A snap to put together, provided you have all the ingredients, and a delicious meal with little effort.

    Recipe #90729

    I got these from Razzle Dazzle Recipes and they are delicious and fairly low fat. I modified a few ingredients to suit our tastes and you can serve them with whatever garnish you like.

    Recipe #96381

    I got this recipe in my email yesterday and made it immediately. We had it for dinner, but it would be wonderful for brunch. Although the original recipe did not call for reduced fat dairy products, using them makes this a nice and healthy dish. I used nonfat cottage cheese and full fat feta. The recipe is from Crisco. Cook time does not include standing time - the recipe suggests allowing it to stand 15 minutes before cutting, but mine was plenty firm after just five.

    Recipe #109499

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