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    From a box of Chex, long ago.

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    Recipe #511716

    I found this on a paleo blog (Stir It Up). I'm not sure what makes something paleo but I think the chocolate chips would disqualify it. I'm trying to give up refined grains and sugar, so I thought I'd try this. The second time I made these, I used 1 T cinnamon ( I love cinnamon - feel free to use less), no vanilla, and 2/3 cup raisins. Also very good and better for you than chocolate chunks.

    Recipe #512235

    This was made with Healthy Expectations Black and Tan Whole Grain Medley, which is hull-less barley, black barley, daikon seed, and dehydrated vegetables. I made this on the stove top, but it might be better in the crockpot, on low 6-8 hours. I used the leftover meat I had, which was rabbit. If the meat is not already seasoned, some garlic and pepper might be needed. I think chicken might be too bland. I used 1/2 a raw sweet potato, chopped, in place of the vegetables.

    Recipe #511813

    Found this recipe on the internet. Fill it with whatever you like.

    Recipe #511750

    From the Backwoods Home Magazine blog. Prep time includes marinating and cooking time is a guess.

    Recipe #510533

    Got the recipe from a coworker, after the office Christmas party. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #511414

    Adapted from Martha Stewart. Good on toast. A little weird on PB&J.

    Recipe #511707

    Adapted from back of Bob's Red Mill Country Style Muesli. Really filling. Cooking time is rest time.

    Recipe #511708

    Adapted from Hershey's cookbook - "Perfectly Chocolate" Cake. Made these caramel filled for my birthday, but the caramel filling didn't come out right so I didn't include that part in my recipe. The cupcakes themselves are awesome.

    Recipe #510492

    Adapted from Hershey's cookbook. Oatmeal is healthy, right?

    Recipe #510491

    Short-cut lasagna, using ravioli. Adapted from a recipe in Dash magazine. I used Costco's Pasta Prima frozen organic spinach and mozzarella, but other flavors would be good too. Use frozen, not thawed,

    Recipe #510489

    Modified from a recipe in Good Housekeeping June, 2009. I used the no-sugar Sure-Jell for the pectin and it set up well. Over-ripe berries work best. Less sugar than regular jam.

    Recipe #380408

    This is a healthier version of tuna noodle casserole adapted from Good Housekeeping, January 2011. It was good, but doesn't replace the traditional for comfort food.

    Recipe #447033

    I was looking for something chocolate-y and easy. Found this on a blog and adapted it to suit my tastes. Next time, I think I'll cook the cookie and caramel, then refrigerate until the caramel hardens, then cover with melted chocolate chips.

    Recipe #481124

    Good way to use up leftovers. Saw the idea on a 50 greatest Thanksgiving leftovers blog.

    Recipe #490840

    Recipe #504689

    Adapted from a recipe at Bullwrinkle.com. Still not quite the texture I'm looking for. My dog loves them but he'll work for kibble. I used Wellness Core Turkey, turkey liver, chicken liver flavor canned dog food, 6 oz. but I think pureed liver or peanut butter would also work. (Update: peanut butter does not work well - crumbly) 1/2 tsp size takes forever to make - if you make them bigger, cook them longer. Update: after freezing and thawing, these are a really good texture. Frank the corgi really loves these, even more than dried liver. Next time I'm going to roll out and cut into little pieces.

    Recipe #507693

    Perfect for leftover Thanksgiving dinner. For leftover stuffing, add an egg to help it keep it's shape, if needed. Adapted from Baked by Rachel blog.

    Recipe #510014

    Modified from Key Ingredient blog. Super yummy. Old fashioned oats can be substituted for quick cooking, but the result is chewier. Or give the old fashioned oats a quick spin in the blender. I use Recipe #73863 for the sweetened condensed milk. You can top with cut up or mini Reese's peanut butter cups or a mix of chocolate chips and peanut butter chips.

    Recipe #510013

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