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    Favorite Make-My-Butt-Bigger Recipes!

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    Delicious chunky cookies that are easy to make and disappear in a snap! My long-time friend Barb brought them to our New Year's Eve party and they were the hands-down favorite of a huge buffet table. Cook's note: The pretzels should be about the size of the chocolate chips, not pulverized. You want to taste bits of pretzel as you munch. This is a crunchy cookie. I use a food processor and just pulse until the desired size is achieved.

    Recipe #275652

    I love pesto so this bread is great, the yeast in the beer helps it rise nice & high. Goes great with a nice big bowl of soup. Feel free to add parmesan, sun-dried tomatoes etc for variation

    Recipe #241001

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    Recipe #29030

    I first had this at a brunch about 18 years ago. It was so good, I got the recipe and have made it for either brunch or weekend breakfasts since then. It is good with either a fruit salad for breakfast, or a green salad and white wine for brunch or a light dinner. Especially great since it can be made the night before and popped in the oven when you need it! For a change, substitute cheddar cheese for the Swiss cheese.Prep time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #53641

    2 Reviews |  By Konnie

    Recipe may be frozen after crepes are filled, and enjoyed for days.

    Recipe #185882

    When Sex & the City was on HBO, I hosted a girls' get-together every Sunday night, complete with cosmopolitans and champagne. This baked brie got the most compliments and there were never leftovers. Note that this can be made in advance and put in the oven when your guests arrive - the house will smell good! The recipe is originally from Gourmet magazine.

    Recipe #213270

    Simply the best! My Mom made these when I was little.

    Recipe #213358

    My sister Shawn is famous for these enchiladas, and her husband Rob makes the killer margaritas to match. My husband and I like them with Sangria. It's the ideal entree for dinner guests because it can be completely prepared in advance. You can substitute whatever meat you have...ground chicken or turkey, steak, shredded pork, Krab, etc. as well as any creamed soups. I was even out of sour cream and substituted fat free cottage cheese which worked fine. Be creative and please share your ideas here!

    Recipe #164392

    Everyone loves these at Super Bowl parties. A couple years ago I brought them to the Orlando Brewing Company's party and two enormous platters were completely finished. You can buy the colored M&M's at http://shop.mms.com or at M&M's World in Orlando, Las Vegas or New York. I make two batches, one for each team's colors. These could be considered "good" treats for people avoiding bad carbs since they have oatmeal instead of white flour, but "healthy" may be a stretch!

    Recipe #154936

    hamburgers are so unbelievably good in these homemade buns. When you have some time on your hands, kick back and make these, you won't be sorry. This great recipe has a pedigree...I found it in the King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion and they attributite to bakingcircle.com where it was posted by Ellen Dill. Thanks Ellen Dill!

    Recipe #80613

    Great for dinner parties or church pitch-in dinners. This recipe needs to be refrigerated overnight before baking.

    Recipe #10677

    A wonderfully full-flavored cookie that is covered in sugar. I usually chill overnight and the dough does not get rock hard. I use tablespoonfuls of dough and get about 28 or 29 cookies.

    Recipe #148568

    This is a specialty of my husband who I married because of our shared loathing of ricotta. ;o) He uses a white sauce instead and it's positively delish! Time estimate is approximate.

    Recipe #131606

    I've tried a lot of pot pies, but this is my favorite. I once was making it and realized I didn't have any chicken, oops, oh well I made it any way and didn't miss the chicken one bit.

    Recipe #114296

    Recipe from Emeril Lagasse's Everday is a Party Cookbook. Spicy and delicious. You won't have any leftovers.

    Recipe #144890

    This is so good you won't believe it.

    Recipe #114848

    This recipe is from Cook's Illustrated Magazine. It, along with the Chocolate Chip cookies, are now expected of me at all family functions. Best I've had. I also find that even, though the portions are somewhat large, it's better to cut them in half aftward than make them smaller, or else they dry out.

    Recipe #150344

    I have never made this, but I have eaten it and it is selicious. Our pastor's wife Carolynn makes it for church dinners.

    Recipe #75406

    7 Reviews |  By Caryn

    A simple cake mix tube cake.

    Recipe #27779

    This recipe has been in our family for so many years, I no longer remember where it came from. It's easy and quick and people seem to really enjoy it.

    Recipe #110985

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