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    It does not come easier than this. I got this recipe from Real Simple February 2007. The better quality the ice cream is, the better the pudding is. If you don't want to add cinnamon, add a few drops of vanilla extract, a handful of crushed pistachios, or some chopped crystalized ginger. If you would like you could try dulce de leche or another favorite ice cream flavor. If you use leftover rice, warm it fist and add an additional 1/4 cup ice cream.

    Recipe #257894

    Most people are in awe of these light, lacy cookies that you can get at the bakery, but assume are too difficult and delicate to make at home. Nonsense. These are the easiest thing to make and you can opt to take the partially cooled cookies and wrap them around the handle of a wooden spoon to create a tube. The tubes can be enjoyed as is, dipped partially in melted chocolate or filled with a whipped cream mixture to make a funky little cannoli confection.

    Recipe #190852

    This salad is almost entirely made up of fresh fruits and chicken. The taste just cannot be beat! I have fixed this for years, and it is a favorite. I think I remember finding this recipe in a Cookbook containing favorite recipes from Home Economics Teachers.

    Recipe #179870

    While in 5th grade, Sister Dorothy brought a bunch of students to the convent next door to whip up some pumpkin bread for a bake sale. Boy were we all psyched to get inside the fortress that was the convent. And we were shocked to find that those nuns were living it up a lot more than we thought. What a complete shock to find out that they had LIQUOR in there! Scandalous. They had the most gigantic pantry anyone could imagine and the place was decked out with professional appliances. But I guess when you are cooking for a huge crew daily, you need to run your kitchen like it's a restaurant. This recipe was phenomenal and I have been making it, to rave reviews, for a good number of years now. This is sort of a quick bread, but not too dense, which makes it a bit more like a cake. I love to eat this spread with some real butter. Mmmmmm.

    Recipe #107147

    I like a crunchy oatmeal cookie, as well as one that isn't shy with the spices. Use the best quality spices you can get your paws on. Most supermarkets carry McCormick's Gourmet Spices above their general selection. A bit more money, but good ingredients are always worth it. I like this one I've perfected over the years that satisfies all of my oatmeal cookie criteria. Before baking, see if you think you'd like more raisins, nuts or if you'd like to add something different, like chocolate chips. I am guessing at the yield, but the 2 dozen listed may be low. I just make as many as I can until the dough runs out.

    Recipe #107148

    These are fabulous and very easy to make. People aways think they are a lot harder than they look. I use my favorite peanut butter cookie recipe, but if you have one you like better you can use that. Can also use different kinds of candies. I have used Nestle's Treasures, Hershey's miniatures, Hershey's Kisses, and caramels.

    Recipe #288816

    Fancy Schmancy Dinner from The Best of Mr. Food Cooking Quickies. I usually use boneless, skinless chicken breasts and cut them into strips instead of using tenders and cook longer. Be careful not to let the flour burn. I serve this with mashed potatoes and put some of the yummy sauce on top.

    Recipe #218660

    Simple and very rich. I got this from the "muffin lady" at church. She loves to make muffins, thanks Doloris N.

    Recipe #20012

    This recipe was given to me by my friend, Kelly. She is famous for this cake. She suggests using a tube pan which has a bottom that lifts out which makes it easier to get the cake out of the pan.

    Recipe #284263

    From:Executive Chef Brent E. Wentz, Mohonk Mountain House New Platz, NY Prep time includes all marinating.

    Recipe #110134

    Recipe from Semi Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee. My dad loved this cake and he is the one that always says everything is just OK no matter how great it is. This cake comes out so moist!

    Recipe #259886

    This recipe was given to me by a friend. I like it, cause it makes a huge batch.. I bake some now, and freeze the rest of the dough for another time!!!! Also good with almond flavoring instead of vanilla.

    Recipe #158481

    Recipe #98579

    These mini loaves make neat homemade gifts during the holiday season!

    Recipe #40669

    A quick, simple recipe as shown on Paula Deen's program. These are like a dense version of Funny Bones. Don't worry about filling the cupcake cups up to the top, these are made with brownie mix and won't spill over the side like regular cupcakes will. They keep for well over a week, too. Check your box of brownie mix for directions/ingredients. I used Betty Crocker and it is what I am basing my ingredient list on.

    Recipe #175780

    2 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    This omelet is cooked open-faced, like a frittata. The flavors are brunch-friendly, and could even make a nice light dinner, served with some fresh flatbreads and herbs from your garden.

    Recipe #27156

    This is as good as it is pretty. Easy on the budget.

    Recipe #24769

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