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    Fattening Up My Sons!

    David was losing weight. Now Daniel is losing weight. ADHD medicine is terrible for this. These are some recipes that I may try to help get some weight back on them.
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    I found this in BHG and couldn't resist making it as we love Banana Bread and Chocolate! It should satisfy all cravings ladies! Yum!

    Recipe #339125

    Recipe from P.Hurd, MN. First place recipe in Handheld Kid Pleasers category in the 2003 National Beef Cook-Off.

    Recipe #200927

    My DH's favourite cookie that his mom makes!

    Recipe #211409

    2 Reviews |  By Debber

    These are the ultimate Gingersnap cookie, thanks to the lemon juice. Snappy and sweety and chewy--all in one little cookie. Rolled in sugar, cracked top, loaded with flavor. Take 'em to the fair--you'll win a BLUE RIBBON!--cuz they turn out perfectly EVERY time!

    Recipe #208450

    Yummy as a spread on hot rolls or toast. Makes a great gift. Stores indefinitely in refrigerator. Indicative of man regions for ZWT especially those with citrus crops, pastries to top with fancy flavored butters and those countries who still observe TEA! France, Britain, etc... Note: This has a TON of sugar- thanks to fantastic reviewers I can offer this suggestion- start with 1/4 cup sugar (4Tbsp) - taste a bit and add more sugar to taste!

    Recipe #134781

    4 Reviews |  By PanNan

    These pies are baked rather than fried, and can be filled with any favorite filling - fruit preserves, pie filling, fruit butters, etc. My son's favorite filling is Smucker's strawberry preserves. For easier preparation, I mix the ingredients in the food processor, and those instructions are given below, but you could easily mix them by hand as well. Note - the time listed does not include the chilling time.

    Recipe #161777

    4 Reviews |  By Mrs B

    This flavoured butter is from Norway. Traditionally you serve it cold with hot grilled or fried fish. I like to serve it with lentil soup and nutty brown bread. Allow the butter to chill before serving. Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005.

    Recipe #136260

    This is a great change from usual toppings for corn, baked potato, rolls and just as delish mixed into rice. Experiment...that's what cooking is all about!

    Recipe #130658

    This is so good. Great on crumpets, english muffins etc

    Recipe #128517

    My moms family friend Sister Dorothy, gave us this recipe it is very good. Excellent on bagels!! She use to love eating it on Pancakes.

    Recipe #128513

    It has never been a written recipe, but this stuff is great!

    Recipe #115698

    This is different from all the other ones because it uses marshmellow cream. My husband just can't stop eating it. Great with cornbread.

    Recipe #92135

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Use this butter on chicken breasts & broil them. Also use on Bread or Bolillos (Mexican buns) or put a dab on your veggies.Great on Hamburger buns or steaks. Many used and it will keep in the freezer for over a month.

    Recipe #25801

    10 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This one is a real winner on corn. But you'll also want to use it on steaks and chops and just have some around the house to smear on bread.

    Recipe #51653

    I like this recipe because it's so simple to make. It's from Better Homes and Gardens Low-Cost Cooking.

    Recipe #135997

    I haven't made this, but it does sound interesting.

    Recipe #67964

    Horchatas are whitish refreshing beverages usually made with rice, but can also be made from ground almonds and/or cantaloupe seeds.

    Recipe #65409

    This is Emeril's version of mango lassi. It's not usual for me to have OJ and honey in a lassi, so tempted to try it.

    Recipe #105845

    These pigs in a blanket are SO easy and because they're bite-sized, people eat them up quickly!

    Recipe #79715

    91 Reviews |  By Tish

    A once a month recipe that is great for picnics or nights when the family has to eat in shifts. They can be eaten warm or cold.

    Recipe #50772

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