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    Bread has a fine, light texture. Perfect accompaniment for fish or chicken dishes. From Betty Crocker Bread Machine book. cook time depends on your particular bread machine.

    Recipe #55137

    I got this recipe from and have been asked to make these for many a social event. Everyone loves them! This recipe makes a moist, fluffy muffin; Be sure to use very ripe bananas to get the banana flavor.

    Recipe #68946

    I'm posting this in answer to a request. I have added a few suggestions, based on my experience with yeast doughs, but the recipe is from Betty Crocker's Cookbook, 1969. I have made these and they turned out well, but it was a very long time ago. The cooking time is my guess for the total recipe, not for each doughnut. Both prep times and cooking times are approximations.

    Recipe #70760

    9 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This 3 ingredient marinade is recommended for pork chops or chicken breasts. Why crazy? The main ingredient is lemonade! The recipe is from a Betty Crocker on the grill cookbook.

    Recipe #99685

    3 Reviews |  By Marie

    A very easy scrumptious bread put together with a mixer. The only time dough is handled is when it is put in the baking pan. Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.

    Recipe #78701

    This is so yummy - and really easy. I found it in Betty Crocker's New Cookbook, and avoided it for years because of the almond paste (to me, it's an exotic ingredient). I was really missing out!

    Recipe #83909

    The garlic in this bread adds a nice flavor to grilled sandwiches. The recipe comes from Betty Crocker Bread Machine Cookbook.

    Recipe #84749

    My sister, Ashley, found this in an old Betty Crocker cookbook. She says it’s delicious!

    Recipe #86091

    2 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    This recipe comes from Betty Crocker's Bread Machine Cookbook. I've made it a few times and absolutely love it made into a sandwich with Black Forest ham. The measurements I am giving are for a 1-1/2 lb. loaf.

    Recipe #89091

    1 Reviews |  By Charmed

    This easy coffee cake is so rich and yummy as an extra-special breakfast treat, or even a delicious snack or dessert for anytime. So much comfort for so little effort. Another Betty Crocker goodie. For me, her recipes always seem to come out so well. This is no exception.

    Recipe #93975

    4 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I adapted this from an Old Betty Crocker cookbook. My husband was terribly disappointed when they were all done!

    Recipe #100690

    I got this recipe from "Betty Crocker's Holiday Cookbook". WOW what a great tasting bread. This bread is perfect for any Italian dish. And It's sooooooo easy! No dough to mix! Cook time includes time for packaged dough balls to thaw and rise. I used my bundt cake pan, because of it's thickness it took about 5 hours for the dough to thaw and rise.

    Recipe #105414

    This is a wonderful brunch dish I adapted from a Betty Crocker cooking magazine. Not much fussing in the morning. It is good with pancake syrup as well but the orange sauce makes a nice change.

    Recipe #50156

    This was taken from my dad's old Betty Crocker recipe card library.

    Recipe #44154

    Here's a great way to serve that holiday leftover turkey. Recipe came from Betty Crocker's Dinner in a Dish. It's another one of those great "comfort foods." We love it and hope you do too. Let me know what you think.

    Recipe #48390

    I have used this recipe for years and, as yet, have not found a better one. It's origin is from a 1965 Betty Crocker cookbook of "Dinners in a Dish". You'll love it!

    Recipe #87517

    This is from the Betty Crocker Cookie Cookbook that my mom used until it fell apart. She made these often and now I'm carrying on the tradition. The recipe states it makes 6 dozen but I always get 4 dozen. Guess my cookies are bigger than they're supposed to be!

    Recipe #105373

    I originally found this in Betty Crocker's New Christmas Cookbook, and I have made these a number of times. To give the cookies a festive look, dip half of each cookie into melted vanilla coating! (Cooking time does not include refrigeration time.)

    Recipe #105381

    Found on the Betty Crocker site. The "bread" for these sandwiches actually bakes around the ham, turkey and cheese filling!

    Recipe #65548

    2 Reviews |  By troyh

    Recipe By: Barb Schaller & Betty Crocker

    Recipe #5440

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